Newsletter 15/11/2013

CLUB NEWSLETTER        

 

Tomorrow’sGammon with pineapple or fried egg, chips & peas is £6-50. Strawberry Fool £3-00. Together £8-50

Wednesday 20th: Cottage pie with seasonal veg £6:50. Cheeseboard £3-00 or both £8-50
Friday 22nd: Steak Nite with seasonal veg £8-00. Fruit salad £3-00. Together £10

Book 24 hours ahead please to avoid disappointment and to help minimise waste.

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH – £35:Tomato Soup or Prawn Cocktail, Turkey and all the trimmings,

Christmas Pudding or Cheesecake or Cheeseboard. Bookings now being taken.

·        Club Mailing: the cost of mailing every member has risen to £213. In a bid to save some of this, an envelope with your name on it is ready for collection in the club from 19th to 25th November. Please call in to collect yours, as well as any others you are able to deliver. Those remaining after 25th will be posted.

·        Please save your 10p pieces to add to the charity fundraising pile on the bar.  

·        If you know members who have email, please encourage them to sign up for the free Newsletter if they haven’t already done so. We have over 275 subscribers and there could be several more with broadband out of the total 355+ membership.

Forthcoming events:  

Saturday 23rd November – Music Night – Dave Nash.

Thursday 12th December – Quiz. The Lucky 7 Jackpot stands at £40.

Tuesday 31st December – New Year’s Eve at the Club. Quiz of the Year. Super buffet. Why not see in the 2014 to the sound of the Cathedral Bells ?               

GUEST ALES “Bombardier” (abv 5.2) sponsored by CHC, and “Old Leg Over” (4.1) sponsored by Keith Dolby and Club President Nev Pearson, and Adnam’s “Old Ale” (4.1) sponsored by Daniel Hutchinson. If you wish to sponsor an ale of your choice please talk to Laurence.

This week’s offering:

 A group of chaps, all aged 40, discussed where they should meet for lunch.

Finally it was agreed that they would meet at Wetherspoons in Lincoln because the waitresses had great attributes & wore mini-skirts.
Ten years later, at age 50, the friends once again discussed where they should meet for lunch.
Finally it was agreed that they would meet at Wetherspoons in
Lincoln because the food and service was good and the beer was excellent.
Ten years later, at age 60, the friends again discussed where they should meet for lunch.
Finally it was agreed that they would meet at Wetherspoons in
Lincoln because they could dine in peace and quiet and it was good value for money.
Ten years later, at age 70, the friends discussed where they should meet for lunch.
Finally it was agreed that they would meet at Wetherspoons in
Lincoln because the restaurant was wheelchair accessible and had a toilets for the disabled.
Ten years later, at age 80, the friends discussed where they should meet for lunch.
Finally it was agreed that they would meet at Wetherspoons in
Lincoln because they had never been there before.

 

           Kind regards
             Ted Milnes
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