President's thought for the week:
'The secret of having it all is believing you already do.'
Subscriptions for 2019/2020 are due the 31st May 2019 and we now have new cards for you when you pay. The invoices and emails have been processed, if you have paid already please ignore the invoice. Thank you.
Members please don't be offended if the Bar staff ask to sight your membership card and have you sign your visitors in. They are protecting your Club room being closed down for three days if they get it wrong.
Members if you haven't seen a fellow member for a while or are concerned about them please contact the office who will pass on your concerns and check they are okay.
BRINGING CLUBS NZ, MEMBER SAVINGS TO YOU
Get More Out Of Your Membership
Go to Clubs NZ Website then click on member market
to see all the benefits and discounts available to you the member
Events to look out for -
Darryl will be providing music on alternite Sunday's from 4pm-7.30pm. (Starting 19th May)
Sunday 26th May
Pink Ribbon Breakfast starting 10am - all you can eat buffet breakfast only $15 ($5 of which will be donated to the Breast Cancer). Book at Reception.
Sunday 7th July
Dally day at Te Aroha - keep this date free if you are interested in a fantstic day out.
Friday 12th July
Maori Volcanics - Dinner, Show & Transport $35 pp Dinner from 5.30pm-7.30pm, Show starts at 7.30pm
Play the Joker
Every Wednesday night Jokers Wild - $2.00 per ticket must be here to win. Enter as many times as you like.
The winner will pick a card, if the Joker is struck he or she win the jackpot $1000.00 or if a picture card $35.00 or number card $15.00.
Quick fire Bingo
Every Thursday night quick fire bingo only $1 per ticket. First ticket to get 6 numbers calls bingo and collects $100. If there is more than one winner the prize money will be shared.
Wednesday through to Saturday only $2.50 each way - starts at 3.30pm to late.
Please be aware that if you park your vehicle in front of the Shops behind our Club, during normal business hours, your vehicle stands the chance of being towed away.....
The Club car park is situated across the road from the Club.
LOYALTY POINTS FOR CLUB MEMBERS
Each purchase you make at the bar, you will receive 3% of the total purchase towards your loyalty points. Loyalty points can be redeemed at the bars when you have accumulated enough points. Each point is equal to $1.00.
You need to be a financial member of Tauranga Citizens Club and have your membership card with you at all times. Please have your club card ready to be swiped when you purchase your drinks. Remember - NO CARD = NO POINTS.
This is placed in the foyer, can you please let the office know of any members who have passed away this year.
BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO CLUBS NZ MEMBERS
Members are invited to check out the 'Members Market' on the Clubs NZ website. These are deals available only to Clubs NZ members who can produce their current membership cards.
THIS WEEK AT THE CLUB!
Weekly Membership Draw
(Rules of the Membership Draw: Total prize draw is $2600.00. The draw starts at $200.00 and increases by $200.00 weekly until struck. If the Draw is struck before 13 weeks, a new Draw will begin the following week. To claim the prize, the member must be present at the time of the draw and present their current financial membership card).
Wednesday - $200.00
Thursday - $200.00
The Leaner draw is the closest number to the first membership number drawn. The cost is $1.00 per number, operates each Wednesday and Thursday. You do not need to be here to win the leaner draw. (You do need to be a current financial member).
You could be the lucky member who goes home a little richer. Don't forget you must be here to win the main draw!
Last weeks winner: 5471
Leaner winner: 5462
Last weeks winner: 665
Leaner winner: 665
WEEKLY BIRTHDAY DRAW:
Don't forget, if your Birthday falls during the week you can enter the draw to win $25 of Restaurant vouchers! Drawn Friday nights, entry forms are at Reception.
Congratulations to our last weeks winner: John Clist
ENTERTAINMENT THIS WEEK:
This Wednesday & Friday Karaoke in the A/S Lounge.
Traditional Ballroom & Latin Dance
For information on Citz Club Dance Section, dance lessons & practice, please take away a precis' in the pocket on the left side of the jukebox upstairs. The precis' also has contact details in it.
Specialises in all aspects of plastering 40+ years experience no job too small, call Dave today on 0277717312.
This is held every Friday 1.30pm - 3.30pm ALL WELCOME.
Tuesday 21st May 2019 - 7.00pm until approx 9.10pm (held fortnightly)
$5.00 per person - Teams of 6
All entry money is returned in prizes
80 Question quiz and one picture round
(four rounds of 20 questions) Our Quiz Master Paul Goodall
THE CITZ RESTAURANT
Open to the public
Wednesday to Saturday nights from 5.30pm.
Come in and join us for a lovely meal and wonderful music.
Check out the Chef's Special Board
DINE & DANCE IN THE CITZ RESTAURANT
Wednesday - 15th May - Mark Taipari
Friday 17th May - Rick Harris
Saturday 18th May - Debz
Specials in the Restaurant
Check out Tony's 'Blackboard Specials' each week.
A la Carte Menu will still be available every night as well as the Bain Marie.
Lunch - Monday to Sunday: 11.30am to 2.00pm
Dinner - Monday to Tuesday: 5pm to 7.30pm
Dinner - Wednesday to Saturday: 5pm - 8pm
Dinner - Sunday 5pm - 7pm
THE ENTERTAINERS CLUB:
THE FLAMING MUDCATS
Crossroads blues ... dance your socks off to everything from butt shaking belters to soulful grinders .... welcome to the mudcats show!
Sunday 9th June 5pm (Doors open 4.30pm)
$15 each Tickets available from Reception
ADJUNCTS UP-COMING EVENTS & RESULTS
Card Adjunct - Euchre on Tuesday nights at 7pm
- 500 on Thursday nights at 7pm & Friday 9.30am-Noon
8 Ball News
President: Kerry Paul, Treasurer: Wayne Jenner, Secretary: Maureen Woods, Club Captain: Darren Fox,
Committee: Jared Forsyth, Lila Griffits, Angela Murton, Aroha Tehaara
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Tga Citizens Club, Emac Electrical, Repco Te-Puke, Leaner 3 (8 Ball Members), 15th Ave Tyres & Suspension Centre, Aussie Butcher - Gate Pa Shopping Centre, Barclay Engravers 61 Maleme St, Hyalite Hydroponics.
Monday night names in by 7pm games start at 7.15pm, please try to be early as possible so we can allocate you into a team.
Raffles will still be the same at 3 for a dollar.
If you have any spare fruit or vegetables etc they can be put on our raffle table.
This is open to all bowlers - good bowling.
Thursday afternoon names in by 1pm start at 1.15pm.
OUTDOOR BOWLS ADJUNCT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Sunday 9th June 2019 at 1pm in the Citizens Club Restaurant.
"It was good to see 18 keen golfers turn up at Tirau - in inclement weather (however the rain gods were kind to us with only two short showers) for an enjoyable day of golf. Leading the field home was Jon Bell (39pts) and leading lady was Jeanette Snee (37pts). These two were closely followed by Dave Wilkins, Graham Hamilton, Termain Sattler & Murray Russell. Christine Evans took home the lollies. Hidden hole #9 was won by Mark Sharrock. With 7 par 3's on the course we had 5 two's (Graham Tremain, Ian, Jeanette & Warren) the player to take home the prize pool which was drawn by lot was Ian Hawke. Tirau's hospitality was excellent."
All games start at 10am. ALL PLAYERS WELCOME.
9th June Morrinsville
14th July Matamata BOC
18th August Omanu BOC
15th September Matamata
6th October Te Puke
3rd November Cambridge
1st December Matamata Christmas Tournament 10am closed to Tauranga Citz Club Golf Members only.
Please contact Kim 0274889976 if you are interested in joining.
Texas No Limit Holdem Poker
Every Thursday night new players welcome.
Play your 1st night for free. If you have an interest in poker and have a basic knowledge of paker hands, we will explain the Texan Holdem format and show you the game!! Registration at 7.15pm games start at 7.30pm.
18th June - Deep Stack Feeze out Tournament
4th August - Freeze out Tournament
22nd September - Bounty Tournament
Please look in the Events book for these events.
The Tauranga Citizens' Club is now on FACEBOOK - Like us and get regular updates about the Club.
MEMBERS: It has been noted how well you, the Members, look after each other in the Club rooms and when crossing the road. We thank you for this. If you have any concerns about Health & Safety in the Club, or any other issues, please talk to the Executive or Joanna our Manager. But on a positive note we are also very receptive to any positive suggestions for the future.
GUIDELINES FOR INDIVIDUALS VISITING OTHER CLUBS
- You must provide proof of membership of your own Club. Each club will have its own individual entry requirements according to the club's rules, even if you are a member of another club you may be required to sign in.
- Under the law, clubs can only sell and supply alcohol to members of the club concerned, guests of a member of the club concerned and reciprocal visitors (members of another Clubs New Zealand member club). Unless a club has been granted a condition on their licence, a person who is not a member of any club, who has been invited to the club by a reciprocal visitor will not be able to be sold or supplied alcohol while in the club.
- Your club must be a financial member of Clubs New Zealand.
- Check with the club beforehand about dress code, special rules or ticket-only events.
- If you pay frequent visits to another club, you may be required to join it.
- Those RSAs that are not members of Clubs New Zealand may not extend reciprocal visiting rights.
- Failure to observe the rules and by-laws of the club you are visiting may result in non-admission or removal from the premises. In extreme cases, the withdrawal of visiting rights for either you or your entire club may result.
- Be aware that individual clubs have the right to control entry to their club, and despite reciprocal rights being in place, you may be denied entry to the club.
- Legal entry requirements in Australia may be different to New Zealand so check before visiting an overseas club.
SAFETY IN CROSSING FROM THE CLUB CAR PARK TO THE CLUB
The road from the car park across to the Club is getting dangerous at peak traffic time so we suggest you either cross at the traffic lights on the corner of Thirteenth Avenue and Cameron Road or cross at the corner of Christopher Street and Thirteenth Avenue where there is a refuge for your safety.
Each application is considered based on the type of cost and Member's circumstances, and at the discretion of the Welfare Committee.
Claims may include but not limited to:
Glasses/lenses - maximum $100
Medical/eye test for license
Some minor medical expenses/procedures (not general GP consultations) at the discretion of the Welfare Committee
Does not include:
General GP consultation
REMEMBER: EXPECT THE BEST, FORGET THE REST, SEE YOU AT THE CITZ!
CLUB CONTACT DETAILS:
170 Thirteenth Ave, Tauranga
Phone/Fax: 07 578 7023