Luncheon: Friday, 24 February, 2017.

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Our Old Guv Legends Luncheon

to be held on Friday, 24 February, 2017, at 12 noon.

Venue: West Adelaide Football Club, 57 Milner Road, Richmond

promises to be a great day!

Salad Bar Available.

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Our Special Guest will be Mr. John “Dingo” Manfield and Don Woolman will make our presentation to John.
For those who don’t know John you are in for a treat. He did his Comp apprenticeship at the Old Guv in the early 1950s and was mates with Don “Flash” Woolman and the late Ron “Arti” Hamence.
John did all this whilst living inside the Adelaide Zoo with his family and  zoo friends.

Those coming so far: Rod Parham, Judy Marks, Pam Palmer, Janet McGuiness, Alex Riley, John and Toni Manfield, Don Woolman, Marianne Hunn, Ray Belt, Bob Downs, Jack and Helen Flack, Dennis Grover, Kevin Rex Stack-Neale and Judy, Vic Potticary, Barry O’Donnell, Lew Morrison. Esther Harris, Brian Hartshorne, Conrad and Norma Rogers, Peter Wright, Jyll Watson, Garth Mugford, Mike Burnett, The Korffs (Charlie, Ruth, Thelma, Andrew and Eireann), Eunice Wright, Ellen Krueger, Geoff Michell, David and Wendy Walker, Jenny Easther, Judy and Dennis Duthie,

Apologies from Rob and Wendy Powell, Laurie Cahalan, Coralie Hills, Marilyn and David Harding, Grant Hofmeyer,

Our thoughts go out to Bruce Lockier and family.
Bruce is undergoing intensive rehabilitation at the moment and is still not 100% and we look forward to seeing him in the near future.
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6 thoughts on “Luncheon: Friday, 24 February, 2017.

  1. Hi Rod John Manfield am i correct, he did very well for himself did he have the news agency opposite the Cathederal hotel Nth Adelaide also delivering news papers in Nth Adelaide and to the hospitals as well
    B D K M A

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  2. Coralie Hills wrote:
    Rod thanks for keeping me on the mailing list even though I don’t ever seem to get to the lunches. I thought that this year might be different but unfortunately I have a meeting on that day which I cant get out of.
    I do read with interest about this bits and pieces that are sent through. It was a remarkable time and something that people who didn’t ever work at the gov would even contemplate and even though I didn’t stay as long as most of the people it really was good times and shaped my life.

    All the best and keep healthy
    Coralie Hills

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