MONDAY WALKERS: Sally
While we planned
to walk with care, maintaining the 2m exclusion zone, and resisting the coffee shops, we’ve now been overtaken by the pandemic. I’d like to suggest you still make a point of going out for a walk with your partner,
and just avoid contact with other mortals.
Please Look after yourselves. We’ll gather again when its safe.
MAH JONG Ruth
overtaken by events. Majong together is cancelled until its safe.
PROBUS BRIDGE: Sally
And so have we. On hold till later.
MOVIE GROUP: Diana
Going to the cinema isn’t possible now, as the Theatre has closed. However, we’re very lucky with Netflix, Lightbox &
films on TV( we prefer to record these & to fast forward the ads.). Maori TV often shows good films. Looking forward to when we can resume our enjoyable film & pizza nights. I think sometimes the main event is the Pizza .Best wishes to all
CAMERA CLUB: Richard
We are looking at proposals for continuing our monthly photo subject meetings via the Internet.
LUNCH BUNCH – Susie
We’ll all be cooking lunch at home!
GOURMET GROUP: Kay
Our meetings are on hold until the situation changes. In the meantime, why
not use some of your free time to create an amazing menu for our group so we have lots of great meals for future events.
LOOKING OUT GROUP Tony
The meeting with Nick Smith
will not go ahead. Keep articles and information cvirculating by email and in particular have a careful read of Ron's article.
Rides are emailed on a Friday for
the following Tuesday but are now on hold. We hope you are taking advantage of cycling as the allowed out door exercise.
SOCIAL GOLF: Perry We’re all ‘tee’d
off’ because we can’t play!
SOCIAL CLIMBERS: Peter
The world has changed a lot since we set up our schedule
with the help of several social climbers at the Honest Lawyer in January. Although we all enjoyed a lovely walk up the Wangapeka in February it looks like club activities are on hold while we wage war on this terrible pandemic virus COVID 19.
of us who are high risk Kathy and I are choosing to self-isolate as much as possible but are finding ways to get into our wonderful bush on a regular basis.
Kia kaha and arohanui social climbers and see you all on the “other side”