This message was received from NATCOM recently;
The National Committee of the Ulysses Club Inc advises all members that a Service to Celebrate Stephen Dearnley’s life will be held on the Thursday of the AGM Event Week, (29th March) at the beautiful Nowingi Place Performance Venue, Hugh King Drive, with the Murray River providing a backdrop.
The service will be open to all members irrespective of registering for the AGM Event.
The Service will commence at 2pm sharp and members are asked to gather in front of the Sound Shell. Some seating will be available on either side of the Sound Shell for invited guests and members with accessibility needs. Consider bringing a picnic blanket to sit on and in case Mildura turns on a sunny day, a hat and sunscreen would also be appropriate.
Marshalling will be provided to assist members to the parking areas in Cureton Ave and along Hugh King drive. Memorial Service parking signs will be in place.
Parking in the car park directly behind the Sound Shell is available for members with accessibility needs only; a sign will be in place. We encourage members to arrive in enough time to park, sign the book, grab a drink and have chat whilst waiting for the service to commence. Water, food and drink vans will be available from 12noon.
Members are asked to walk to the Marquees that will be set up and take advantage of adding their name and a brief message into the Sign in Books.
Order of Service booklets will be available and can be collected from one of the trestle tables after signing in.
A Memorial Badge in honour of Stephen Dearnley #1, will be available for purchase; these will also be on sale from the Gear Shop throughout the AGM Event week. The proceeds from the sales of the badges will go to UCARF.
We hope that members can be there to celebrate Stephen’s life and his legacy.
As a sign of respect to Stephen, members could pre purchase Club coloured ribbon (black or black & white) in preparation for the grand parade on Saturday.
The National Committee
Ulysses Club Inc.
If a man says something in the forest & his wife is not there to hear it, is it still wrong?
Last Edit on Tuesday, 13.March 2012 21:04 by Rob Humphries