Living Choice is a staunch supporter of the Happy Valley Bowling Club and attended an important “Stakeholders’ Presentation” at the club on Friday 20th September. Katherine Stacey, Sales Manager for Living Choice’s villages at Woodcroft and Flagstaff Hill, joined State MP Steve Murray, Onkaparinga Mayor Erin Thompson and Councillor Sandra Brown to learn more about the club and its vision “To be the most prominent, desirable and respected club in the Southern Region”.
Sponsorship Officer, Darrell Wise said the purpose of the presentation was to engage with the Council, State Government and key sponsors (including Living Choice) to outline the club’s achievements and plans for the future.
“We are very proud of what we have achieved in recent years, building upon our rich heritage as a club. At the presentation, we spoke about that recent past, the initiatives we have undertaken, our successes on and off the green and our ambitions for the future.
Darrell said some of the achievements including being the Bowls SA 2017/18 Club of the Year, winning 5 Pennants and 2 Runners-up in 2017-18, replacing “A” green, restructuring the Board, renewing the Constitution, setting a Strategic Plan for 2018-2022 and updating policies and by-laws. Future goals in the short to medium term include professional coaching and a youth program, while long-term goals include replacing “B” green and a new state-of-the art bowls facility.
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS!
It takes just one volunteer to start a ripple effect.
Without our Volunteers, the Happy Valley Bowling Club would not exist.
Our Volunteers are the backbone of our Club and they really do make a difference.
Thanks to all our volunteers, past, present and future for your commitment as we strive to strengthen and grow our Club.
Board of Management
21 May 2019
Please see Wednesday Pairs page in Social Bowls for new game format. Also new scoring system in both Wednesday and Saturday Social Bowls
A message from Bowls SA Bowls Australia have recently announced the impending removal of the requirement to produce a Medical Certificate in order to obtain approval for use of a Bowling Arm as detailed in their announcement which can be found by clicking here.
Bowls SA will fall into line with Bowls Australia and effective 1 May 2019 will no longer require a Medical Certificate in order to approve use of Bowling Arms.
Associations may determine their own position on whether to administer an approval process for use of a Bowling Arm or not.
The following policies and forms have been updated to reflect this decision:
- Bowls Australia Artificial Devices Policy
- Bowling Arm Request form – this form will not be required after the 1st May 2019.
For any further clarification you may require, please feel free to contact the Bowls SA Office on 8234 7544.
Please see below for the various documents regarding nomination for the MBA Match and Program Committee if you wish to nominate for one of these positions.