Koliana’s Afternoon Tea for the Volunteers

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Koliana Winchester invited guests to join her for an afternoon get together at The   Golden Ox Margate. The Redcliffe & District Cardiac Group were on her invitation list and were represented well. Some members wearing several hats. It was an excellent afternoon and I’m sure those who attended  all left a couple of kilo’s heavier. The finger food and soft drinks were never ending as we were constantly waited on by The Ox’s very efficient and friendly staff. Thank you Koliana and our thanks must also go out to Moreton Shire Council and The Ox for their part in a great afternoon.

20th Anniversary Celebration

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The cake was cut by founder Maria Wheeler and long time supporter Dr Huntley.

It was good to see some new faces and catch up with the many friends at the Cardiac Groups 20th Anniversary Celebration. It was well supported and and from what I gather everyone had a great day.

Newstead House Trip

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The trip to Newstead House turned out to be all we thought it would. A bus load of 24    members enjoyed a great day out. The weather was beautiful and the volunteers who run Newstead House were very friendly and very informative. It was a pleasure to  learn  the history of the old house.

The most exciting was the ghost room of course but the ghost must have been asleep as nothing out of the ordinary happened.

After a one and a half hour tour the group went to the Breakfast Creek Hotel where everyone enjoyed their lunch, which ranged from an excellent chunky steak pie to steaks, one member treated himself to a steak and lobster dish!!!!

After lunch some of the group decided to walk to the nearby Chinese Temple which was very interesting. The bus left for home 2.15pm and all arrived safely at Redcliffe thanks to Peter the wonderful driver of the Redcliffe Community Bus.

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Trip to Newstead House and Breakfast Creek Hotel

A Fantastic day out has been arranged. So if you can make it, contact Les Bishop,

Don Gailer or Bob Walker?

Newstead House & Breakfast Creek Hotel – Thursday 13th March 2014

$15 per person

Community Bus will pick up from 8.45 am at Captain Cook Park – opposite the Redcliffe police station.  The bus will leave from there at 9.00 am.

We have booked our group for an Unguided Adult Tour, commencing at 10.00 am.  These tours are of one hour duration.  The group is welcomed on arrival, thereafter members of the tour party inspect Newstead House at their leisure, and/or enjoy the gardens and views.  If we want morning tea, we bring our own as there is no kiosk.

At 11.30 am we assemble at a designated location for bus transport to the Breakfast Creek Hotel.  Some party members might choose to walk there instead.

Lunch at the hotel – we order and pay for our own.

The bus departs from Breakfast Creek Hotel at 2.30 pm for return to Redcliffe.

Cost per person is $15.

Payment should be made at our Wednesday walks.

We need to have 30 people for the trip to be possible.

A cancellation fee of $30 is payable to the Redcliffe Community Bus if notification is not given at least 10 days before the date of the trip.

Christmas Party 2013

The Group had their Christmas Party at the Redcliffe Leagues Club again this year and like the two previous years the food was outstanding. A great menu choice and the desserts were to die for.

Those I spoke to were very happy and really enjoyed the day and would like to vote for the same venue next year.

The drawing of our raffle took place and some very happy people got a pleasant surprise for Christmas.