Finally, we have come to the end of the year, it seemed to come up very quickly.
Last month we lost someone very close to the RSL, our very dear and feisty Pam Leslie. She will be missed by both the members of the sub-branch and the P-10 Tin Can Bay State School where she visited regularly to update the children about the workings of the military and the RSL. Lest we Forget.
It will be a fairly quiet month, with the only event being the drawing of the Xmas raffle on December 15, commencing at 4pm. We will have live music and everyone is welcome. Tickets will be available right through to the day of the drawing.
Also, our ham raffles are going well on market day, only one day left on December 19, with five more hams up for grabs.
Our drop-in centre will be open each Tuesday and Wednesday (9.30 to 11.30) if anyone wishes to come and discuss any issues they have. Once again, all welcome!
Every Sunday we have our famous BBQ from 12 to 2pm, with raffles drawn at 2.30pm. Come and enjoy a burger and listen to the music of local musicians.
A reminder to all that Christmas Day falls on a Tuesday, therefore we will not be trading on that day.
An update on the Remembrance Day raffle, the winner was Gerry Braganza, with second prize going to Terry Steele. Thank you to all who bought tickets.
All members of the community are invited to attend all activities at the Tin Can Bay RSL Sub Branch.