Muster on Sunday
At 1pm at the Parkes Services and Citizens Club in Short Street with well known and popular artist Rhonda Tomlinson from Dubbo as our featured guest on Sunday, February 17.
Successful January muster
Our February muster follows a very successful start to the year with a muster held on January 20, with the well respected and popular entertainer Garry Hemming as our guest artist.
Other performers on the day were Lindy Charlton, Ken Chalker, Jock Charlton, Kevin Spice, Bruce Toole, Barry Green and the exciting new talent of 16-year-old Gracey Denham-Jones.
Band duties were carried out by Ken Chalker, Pam Byrnes, Barry Green and Lindy Charlton.
Busy times ahead
Our calendar of events was available at the January muster and looks like we are going to be very busy.
Just a reminder that our visitors from the South Coast CMA will be here over the St Patrick’s Day/weekend of March 16 and 17.
The entertainment sets off at 2.30pm on the Saturday.
We have a break for dinner then continue from 7pm for the evening.
Back to the club for a 10am start on Sunday and continue until our visitors set off for home around 2pm.
All members, visitors and interested persons are welcome to attend.
Your $5 entry fee on Saturday covers you for the whole weekend.
No April muster
There will be no muster in April due to our usual date falling on the Easter weekend.
But we’ll be back with our annual Mother’s Day muster in May.
Looking forward to seeing more of our old faces on Sunday, February 17 and welcome to any new talent who would like to entertain our audience.