Hockey clubhouse to be spruced up

THERE will be a working bee on Saturday and Sunday at the Warwick Hockey Association grounds.

Sunday is the main day.

Players need to empty out the bottom store room and the back shed to allow for shelving (donated by Bunnings) to be erected. Then it all has to be put back in.

There are numerous other jobs to be done around the place as well. The club needs all builders, plumbers, electricians and handy people to get in and help.

Doors need to be put on, new locks for the canteen doors to be installed, first aid station and sink to be set up, hand basin for the bottom room to be inserted, maintenance to be done on the fences; just to name a few jobs.

Working bee co-ordinator Greg McDonald has asked all players to get in and help, even if only for a few hours.

“Let’s just leave it up to the few regulars who turn up every time to do the work,” McDonald said.

“We really need to get our association back up and running properly.

“People will be at hockey on Saturday morning, as juniors are always on from 9am.

“The second day of the working bee will start at 8am on Sunday. Lunch will be provided on Sunday.”

The association wants all work finished as Bunnings will present a free barbecue to the association on Saturday week.



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