Tatura’s Goulburn Valley Fins and Fenders Car Club held their Sponsors Thank-you Barbecue at Tatura Scout Hall on Friday, February 28.March 14, 2014 4:25am
Goulburn Valley Fins and Fenders Car Club members and sponsors enjoy their sponsor thank-you barbecue.
Sponsors were invited to attend the barbecue, which was held in appreciation of their support of the successful first Tatura Show and Shine held at Tatura Racecourse in October last year.
Club president Kevin Jones thanked sponsors for their contributions, and looked forward to continuing these partnerships with supporters for the next show, which is already being planned.
Mr Jones took the opportunity to thank sponsors, including Tatura Farm Supplies, Platinum Equine, Rally Badges, Geoff Gerrish Tree Stump Removals, Viberts Mitre 10, Dales Fresh Fish, Robs Radiator and Windscreen, Tatura Family Butchers, Tatura Hotel, Jonesy’s Bobcat, Excavator and Tipper Hire, Stainfree Carpet Care, Tatura Pine and Shavings, Hotwire Mobile Auto Electrics, Kyabram Scrap Metal, Tatura Bakery and Lunches, Tatura Prestige Powdercoaters, Tatura Taxi, Waterwheel Tyre Centre, IFS Jagmotive Services, JVs Paint and Panel, KD Signs, NL Drainage, Ray’s Yankee Iron and Hunter Rural.
He also thanked Tatura SES and everyone else who helped the club out on the day.
Bob Boyer, representing Tatura Football Netball Club, was also thanked for the efforts on the day, and it was decided by GVFF Club to donate their share of the proceeds raised by TFNC back to the Bulldogs to go towards their new trailer.
With Mr Jones manning the barbecue, sponsors were treated at a hearty meal and a surprise birthday cake for club member Jody Vincitorio, while club member Chris Sessions had his 1957 Chevrolet there to add some atmosphere to the evening.
‘‘All-in-all, a pleasant evening was had by everybody,’’ Mr Jones said.
Goulburn Valley Fins and Fenders Car Club meetings are held the last Wednesday of the Month at Tatura Scout Hall at 8 pm.
Mr Jones said new members were always welcomed.
‘‘For more information and to keep up to date with events, please like us on Facebook: Goulburn Valley Fins and Fenders Car Club.’’
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