2019 AGM

2019 AGM

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Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of The Burnt Bridge Tennis Club Inc. will be held at the BBTC Club House; Peter Vergers Reserve, Ringwood on Sunday 28th July 2019 at 2 pm.

Nature of Business:

a)    To receive reports of the Club’s transactions during the Financial Year ended                                              30th June 2019

b)   To elect Office Bearers and other Committee Members

c)    To discuss items of General Business raised by members

At the meeting, the Executive and Ordinary Committee positions will be declared vacant. Nominations for any Committee position must be in writing, signed by two Club Members and by the Nominee.

Any such nominations should be addressed to:

The Secretary

Burnt Bridge Tennis Club Inc

P O Box 689

Ringwood Vic 3134

Or placed in the Secretary Box at BBTC

Or to email address:

secretary@bbtc.com.au

Nominations must be received by Friday 19th July 2019

Any enquiries can be made by telephoning the Secretary on 9870 0084

If insufficient nominees are received prior to the above date, nominations will be received at the Annual Meeting.

Submission of items for General Business must be received by the Secretary by the 19th of July 2019.

The Committee of the Burnt Bridge Tennis Club welcomes your input in the administration of the club and so encourages you to attend this important meeting. It is also a great opportunity to meet fellow members and make new acquaintances.

Refreshments will be provided, along with a social hit of tennis, after the AGM. We look forward to seeing you there!

Beverley Bencina, Secretary Burnt Bridge Tennis Club


22nd June 2019 Trivia Night

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Fifty members and their families and friends enjoyed a great night’s entertainment in the Clubhouse on Saturday 22nd June.  It was also great to see Junior members and their families enjoying the fun.  As usual, Glenda and David Nicholson produced a variety of interesting questions and competitions to keep the evening flowing.  Identifying the pictures posted on the noticeboards proved too difficult for most of us and the True or False got us up and moving. 

The Trivia Competition was won by the table organised by Cynthia Scott, our mid-week Ladies Convenor and all players received dinner vouchers at local restaurants as prizes.  The Grand Raffle with a first prize of a $100 voucher from Kmart and about 60 other prizes valued from $10 to $50 saw a record number of tickets purchased and the first prize was won by member Jill Drew, a Mid-week Ladies player.  By the end of the draw, each table had won several prizes.  Other Prize winners for the night were Who am I? – Jill Drew; What am I? – Arthur Yuill; Music Bingo – Hayley Cole.

Winning Team of 2019 by 3 points

A hot supper was served and the evening finished with tea and coffee and cakes and buns donated by committee members and the two bakeries at Burnt Bridge.  One member who attended with her family commented on how well the evening had been run and she couldn’t believe how quickly the evening had gone.  We finished at about 11.30pm.

Many thanks go to Glenda and David for organising the Trivia competition and to Bev, Cynthia, Jan, Deb, Denise, Kerry and Lea who organised and donated raffle prizes and helped set up and clean up before and after the event.  Thanks also to Andrew Bencina (winterhillmusic.com.au) for setting up the speakers for Music Bingo and microphone and a big thank you to the members who came along and supported our fundraising.

Thanks also to our many sponsors for their generous help.  There is a list of sponsors posted at the clubhouse and on the web site.  Please give them your support.

The Trivia Night raised over $900 (~$500 from the raffle) towards the completion of the Hot Shots Court. 

The following local businesses and individuals generously supported our fund-raising in 2019, please give them your custom

Angelina Nails Nth Ringwood

Australia Post McAdam Square

Bakers Delight Croydon

Beacon Lighting

Big Mates Pizza, Croydon Market

Branch Out Nursery

Bunnings Ringwood

Burnt Bridge Baker’s Dozen

Burnt Bridge Bakehouse

Burnt Bridge Pharmacy

The Cheesecake shop

Chiraag Restaurant

Club Ringwood/Kilsyth 

Coles Eastland

Crave Restaurant

Croydon Hotel

Daniel Kittelty

David Hodgett MP

Full Pantry

Handmade by Miss Cuddles

Hocking Stuart Estate Agents

Hungry Jacks

Jefferies Supermarket, McAdam Square

Kmart Eastland

Maroondah Golf Park   

Masterfoods

Mayerling Cellars

McAdam Square Pharmacy


Summer 2018-19 Premiers

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JDC 3

BSD 3: L-R: Tye, Lachie, Arthur, Lachlan, Elija

JOSD 1: L-R: Lucy, Sebastian, Hayden, Donovan

OS 7: L-R: Russell Orr, Debra Chasteauneuf, David Lardner, Dave Penzo, Harvey Clark


BURNT BRIDGE TENNIS CLUB FREE TENNIS DAY

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On Sunday 24th February we held our Free Tennis Day as part of Melbourne Tennis Month. About 70 people attended, members and extended families and visiting families interested in finding out about our club.  The courts were full most of the day with Fast 4 games, Free Coaching, Hot Shots for the littlies and competitions for the fastest serve of the day. Prizes and giveaways were supplied by Tennis Victoria.  The colouring-in table provided a welcome indoor activity and was occupied all afternoon with children working on the pictures of tennis players supplied. A couple of examples are displayed on the noticeboard in the clubhouse.  A great time was had by all and we welcomed several families interested in taking part in our Coaching scheme with Daniel and joining our club. Many thanks to all the members and friends who helped make this day such a success by coming along and providing a wonderful friendly atmosphere, in particular: Daniel Kittelty our great coach who spent the whole afternoon on the courts coaching, playing and talking to prospective members; his assistant Tyson Miles and the senior Juniors who led play on the courts all day; thanks also to Pat and Deb who looked after the kitchen serving sausages, drinks, tea and coffee and icy-poles; Peter and Phil who manned the BBQ;  Jan and John who worked so hard to make the clubhouse and grounds look great; Glenda who looked after registration welcoming all guests and making sure they had their sausage tickets and name tags and Club Secretary Beverley, chief organiser. Thank you to our sponsors Hocking Stuart who provided the great advertising sign outside the courts, the offices of local MPs Sukkar and Hodgett who photocopied flyers, pictures for colouring and membership forms and Tennis Victoria who provided the games and giveaways.