Sunshine Coast Ladies Midweek Tennis Association Inc

Charity Day 6th February 2013

28 February 2013 |


The 10th annual Charity Day was held at Kawana Tennis Club recently. The selected charity was Sunshine Coast Community Hospice Katie Rose Cottage at Doonan. It was well attended & the usual 3 rounds of tennis were conducted. A well laden table of delicious goodies for morning tea was served during this time. Following the tennis there was a Cent Sale conducted & many ladies went home laden with generously donated prizes. The raffle of an original painting, painted & donated by Sally Bleijie was eagerly sought after. Shirley Welch from Woombye sold the lucky ticket to her sister Melva Woods of Gheerulla Tennis Club. Second prize a fashion watch & accessories was won by Celine Fernando from Kawana Tennis Club. This raffle raised over $400. Guessing the number of ANZAC biscuits in a box was won by Karen Morris from Mooloolaba Tennis Club. Number of lollies in the jar was won by Jill Murtagh from Witta Tennis Club. A delicious lunch was served by the regular kitchen helpers Karen Morris & a long time friend of Carol’s Joan Grayson who capably assist in the kitchen every year.

The lucky door prize of a basket of delicious fruit was won by Stacey English Witta Tennis Club. This fruit was kindly donated by The Red Apple in Kawana Shopping World. Miscellaneous prizes were also donated by Michels Patisserie also located in Kawana Shopping World. Please support these regular donors to our Charity Days.

TENNIS COMPETITION:- Prizes for the tennis were as follows, Division 1 & 2 Winner Stacey English Witta Tennis Club, 2nd was Michelle Dzufer from Mooloolaba Tennis Club. Good Sport Prize for Div 1 & 2 was won by Cathy Dance from Caloundra Tennis Club.

Division 3 & 4 was won again this year by Margaret Cawthorne of Kawana Tennis Club, 2nd was won by Rosemary Collins from Maroochydore Tennis Club. Good Sport Prize was won by Sue Condos a recent arrival to Kawana Tennis Club. Congratulations to all who played in the tournament.

Guest Speaker was Paul Goodyear from the selected charity. He gave a brief overview of what the charity does. We were reminded that this organisation is NOT Federally or State Government funded. It is solely run on donations. Please think of this charity if you are looking to donate to a worthy charity.

Annie Lyons moved a vote of thanks to Carol who so capably organises this tournament event. To this point in time there appears to be $1001:50 profits from the day. Thank you all who helped in any way to make this day a HUGE SUCCESS!!