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Say cheese to big feat

By Seymour Telegraph

The Seymour Bowls Club’s biggest morning tea will be held on May 28 at 10.30am for an 11am start.

There will be bowls played and plenty of homemade soup on offer.

Cost is $10, which will be donated to the Cancer Council.

Non-bowlers are encouraged to attend, and bowls will be available for use.

Some great items have been donated as prizes for the raffles.

A list is on the notice board. Place your name on it if you wish to participate or phone Wilma on 0418 552 416.

Any donations of homemade cookies, a slice or a cake would be gratefully appreciated.

Bowlers and non-bowlers are welcome and the club hopes to have lots of support and lots of fun on the day.

The winners of the Jackpot Pairs on May 14 were Jan Wesselman and Allan Welsh with three wins and +16.

The jackpot has snowballed with no winner that day. Last Saturday’s social bowls winners were, with +22, the team of Rob Baldwin, Wilma Atkins, Jan Wesselman and Graeme Flint.

At the annual meeting of the club for 2019, Greg Quillinan was re-elected unopposed as president, Robert Brown treasurer and greenkeeper, Gail Krzciuk, Trish Green, also unopposed to the committee. Congratulations to those members.

Some great news from the meeting was the president advised club members the total of the overdraft for the new building is now zero.

Congratulations to all who assisted with raising money to achieve this in such a short time.