Week of 3 April
This week's meeting was a club assembly, and a number of important issues were addressed. A roster was begun for the markets at the Up-To-Date Store on Easter Saturday, but more help is needed. Members who were unable to attend the meeting but are still keen to help out on the day are requested to contact Paul to get your name on the roster. Members are asked to consider attending the upcoming Bingo, which will take place on Thursday, 13 April. Also, board members are reminded to put date of Sunday, 30 April in their diaries; that's the date of the district training session for incoming directors. The event will take place in West Wyalong from 10 am through 3 pm; a formal programme will be distributed in the near future. Should be an interesting day!
We'll be inducting Julie Clark at Monday's meeting, so please plan to be there (and bring your partner!).
On the lighter side
This week we have a laugh at the expense of musos, especially those that play instruments that are not universally loved. Read on and enjoy...
A young child says to his mother, "Mom, when I grow up I'd like to be a musician." She replies, "Well honey, you know you can't do both."
Q: How do you make musicians complain?
A: Pay them.
Q: What’s the difference between a pianist and God?
A: God doesn't think he's a pianist.
Q: What’s the difference between terrorists and accordion players?
A: Terrorists have sympathisers.
Q: How many folk singers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: One to change it and five to sing about how good the old one was
Q: What do you call a beautiful woman on a trombonist's arm?
A: A tattoo.
Q: What's the difference between a banjo and an onion?
A: Nobody cries when you chop up a banjo.
Q: What do you call a guitar player without a girlfriend?
Q: What do you get when you drop a piano into a mine shaft?
A: A flat miner
Q: Why do some people have an instant aversion to banjo players?
A: It saves time in the long run.
Q: What's the difference between a folk guitar player and a large pizza?
A: A large pizza can feed a family of four.
Q: What is another term for trombone?
A: A wind driven, manually operated pitch approximator.
Q: What’s the definition of perfect pitch?
A: When you toss a banjo into the bin and it hits an accordion.
Q: What will you never say about a banjo player?
A: "That's the banjo player's Porsche."
Q: How are a banjo player and a blind javelin thrower alike?
A: Both command immediate attention and alarm, and force everyone to move out of range.
Tuba Player: "Did you hear my last recital?"
Friend: "I hope so."
One of the words in the following list does not belong. Can you pick it?
Answer to the last Puzzler:
If you mix hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide together in equal amounts, the acid neutralises the base and you're left with a solution of sodium chloride (salt water), which is harmless to drink (in moderate amounts!).
Monday, 10 April*: Regular meeting (and induction of Julie Clark). Coolamon Sport & Rec Club, 6:30 for 7 pm.
Thursday, 13 April: Bingo. Allawah Lodge, 6:45 for 7 pm. Ian J (Captain), Don, John B, Daryl.
Saturday, 15 April: Easter markets. Up-To-Date Store, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Monday, 17 April: No meeting (public holiday).
Wednesday, 19 April: Board meeting. Don Dyce residence, 7 pm.
Monday, 24 April*: Regular meeting and guest speaker: Jeremy Crocker, chair of Coolamon Landcare. Coolamon Sport & Rec Club, 6:30 for 7 pm.
Sunday, 30 April: District 9700 Assembly/Director Training (All Directors). West Wyalong High School 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Monday, 15 May*: Regular meeting and guest speaker: Catherine Warren, Days for Girls, a Uniting Church Ladies Project. Coolamon Sport & Rec Club, 6:30 for 7 pm.
Monday, 22 May*: Regular meeting and guest speaker: Paul Galloway and Gordon Saggers, RC of Wagga, school project in East Timor. Coolamon Sport & Rec Club, 6:30 for 7 pm.
10-14 June, 2017: Rotary International Convention, Atlanta, GA, USA.
Monday, 3 July: Coolamon Rotary changeover. Coolamon Sport & Rec Club, 6:30 for 7 pm.
*Partners and Guests Night
Apologies for Monday meetings: call Ian Jennings on 0428 492 157 BY FRIDAY 12:00 pm.