Friday, July 30, 2010

Tale of Two Cities 2

A small group of City Supporters and players had an enjoyable evening at the new Sponsors, Tamworth City Bowling Club, on Friday night.

We got there about 5 pm to receive a warm welcome from TCBC President Rob Key. After completing our membership details (just $5 for a social member) we talked cricket until purchasing our chances in the very generous meat tray raffle which saw Lang pick up the first draw of thirty.

By the time we'd had an enjoyable few hours which included 30 minutes in the dark when the area was blacked out, we all sat down for dinner from the Parkview restaurant. The four of us who had stayed for dinner all had a different course from a menu that is quite varied. The food was nice, drinks are cheap, the staff and other members very friendly and the time spent in the club very pleasant.

We all left convinced this will be a great move for City United.
How about we get into the habit of meeting for a few beers after work on Friday. Let's call it the City Hour.
Stay in touch with the website for news of our Registration Day which be held at the club and will include bare foot bowls and a BBQ during the second half of August.

What's in a name? City by any other name would smell as sweet?

President Terry Skewes would like to bring the Club nickname competition to a head so club members are advised that they have until the next meeting to put forward suggestions. Further, they should have a critical look over the list as three of the suggestions will be selected by the meeting to be placed on the website for a poll to determine the winner.

So add your suggestion by all means but make sure you have a good look through the list so you will be prepared to whittle the list down to three at the next meeting.

Club Identity Competition