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Elmwood Park members participating in the Bayleys Stewart Buttar Burnside pairs
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Congratulations Gary.

 

 

Double world champ recalled to national squad after long absence.
Click on the photo to read the article on the Bowls New Zealand website

Click here and read a New Zealand Herald article by Michael Burgess.

 

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No! Not the Gary Lowe Admiration Society.
Welsh deaf bowlers paying a visit during the World Deaf Bowling Tournament.

 

 

 

 

 

The two Dons at work!.

 

Inside Bowls. Click on the bowl to access this very good magazine. [December 2018 edition]

 

 

Coming Up!  January 18 – 20  Stewart Buttar Burnside Pairs.
This prestigious tournament is a local favourite which features some of Christchurch’s premier bowlers as well as the occasional Blackjack or Australian bowlers. Elmwood Park has ten bowlers who will feature in this year’s event.
Jonathan Flint, Paul McKinnel, Lance Pascoe and Stephen Ditfort, Bruce Humphreys, Liam Eathorne, Jason Dunn, Rodney Greaney and Ian Rule, Mat Bassett.
We wish them all the best.
Well worth popping in to the Burnside Bowling Club for a look!! For information click on Burnside Bowling Club
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Elmwood Park received the Gold Club Check.
Pam Phair, club president, receiving the certificate from Bowls New Zealand’s Lorraine McLeod.
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ClubCheck is Bowls NZ’s best practice club assessment tool designed to improve club capability and sustainability. Its scope covers all aspects of the club’s operations including planning and implementation, financial management, volunteer management, community involvement, on green activities and off green operating processes.
ClubCheck assessments are conducted by an external assessor and successful clubs can achieve Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards which are valid for a two year period before revalidation is required.
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Read Mark Cameron’s thoughts on the recent Bowls3five. Click on the BNZ icon.
     Winners. Point Chevalier Pirates.
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Bowls  is changing. Not because it wants to but because it has to.
Read these two interesting articles. Click on the bowls.
Bowls revolution takes hold
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 This Spanish bowling token was found at Donald Place.                 Click on the picture to enlarge.
Contact Donald Place.

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The old Curves Gym at Donald Place has been replaced by zumba classes.

JB Anderson is a Christchurch-based Zumba instructor. Her love for dance lead on to Zumba, which is her ideal exercise. It’s about getting out, letting loose and having fun…toning up and losing weight are just side effects. Not only can anyone Zumba (We do mean anyone!) but everyone does so differently.

Click on the dancers to find out more.

 

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New signage at Donald Place. Looks good too.

 

 

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