“The adventures of a baker, his best mate, a 1930 A Model Ford travelling 7443 km are across Australia to raise money for Cancer”
”I’m sure you have been touched by cancer in one-way or another. I know I have. As has my mate Keith. Keith and I, we both love a good challenge and we’ve done all sorts of trips together in my beloved 1930 A Model Ford. So this time Keith and I crossed Australia from the eastern most point of the continent to the western most – Byron Bay to Shark Bay/Steep Point – right through the guts – in the old girl. It was a big and tough trip, likely our last big trip together. We had many flat tyres, we broke down, we were bogged, we slept by the side of the road. But we agreed at that start we wanted to make the trip worth it and to have the trip stand for something.” Join us for the WORLD PREMIERE of the documentary about the trip. See the thrills and spills of Tom and Keith’s adventure in the 1930 A Model Ford. Ticket sale proceeds go to the Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute. Tom O’Toole is the founder of the famous Beechworth Bakery chain, successful inspirational speaker and self-described kindergarten failure-turned-author. With a formidable sense of humor and an enthusiasm bordering on inspired frantic madness, he has spearheaded the rebirth of a dying country town by turning his bakery into a phenomenon of Australian small business, which continues to gather strength and speed. DIRECTORED & PRODUCED BY MRL MEDIA. THANK YOU TO RICHARD & PAULA NICHOLSON AND JOHN LEWIS FOR SUPPORTING THIS PROJECT
Thanks you! Tickets available at www.easttowest.com.au
SUNDAY 15th JULY – with drinks at 12 for lunch at 1pm
A midyear event in a format for you to bring your partners, friends & family to the,
LONGITUDE ROOM at the MATTHEW FLINDERS HOTEL
667 Warrigal Rd, Chadstone
(Free parking, easy access from Monash Freeway, adjacent to Holmesglen Station)
Antipasto with pre-lunch drinks, followed by an extensive buffet lunch with carvery, salads, hot buffet items, dessert, tea & coffee
$40.00 per person. Dress: Neat casual
Booking and paying early will ensure your place at the lunch!
Book for 1, 2 or more. Tables seat 10 people.
A booking and payment options form is attached for you to return via email, mail or SMS.
To confirm your booking, payment must be received by: FRIDAY 6TH JULY
m 0418 319 602
We have a Facebook Group titled “Light Car Club reunion lunch” Please join in and post any memories and photo’s you would like to share.
On Sunday the 18th, round 2 of The BLCC Autocross series was run and won. It was also round 1 of the CDC. With a field of 26 cars, which completed 4 laps and the use of the water truck once. For the outrights, 1st was Um oh you all know Ben McKee, 2nd Outright was Damian Faulkner, 3rd I dunno if will ever slow this old bloke down Keith McElroy. 1st RWD and 4Th outright was Richard Gay in the Gemini. Class A (Shopping Trolley Class) which is now the biggest class in our series’ was won by Sam Rozitis in the Mitsubishi Mirage by a narrow margin to Paul Gladman, once a wheel swap and tightening of nuts. 3rd in class was Reg Johnson in the Nova. Class B Holden vs. Ford, seen Marty Cassar in Sam’s TX3 take the win over the grunty very sideways SS Holden Ute. Class C, the Nissan Pulsar of Paul Deakin was able to hold out the red rocket of Andrew Bayley. Class D the battle of the Skylines. Seen Paul Shaw knock off the family wagon of Zac Pendleton. Class F (4wd Standard) Seen the battle of Um Damian Faulkner in his TX3 Laser. Class F (4wd Mod) the battle of the titans with Ben McKee taking the win over Keith McElroy. Class H, Historic Plated vehicles, maybe this could be renamed just the Historic’s as these two guys have been around for a while. Borrowing Josh’s Gemini Richard Gay was able to hold out Chris Hall in the Zed. Class I seen Rocket Rod Hall in the Laser take the win ahead of Tim Kelynack followed by Dylan Simonis and Henk Dekker. J2 was won by Sam Cassar in the TX3 Laser ahead of Damien Pendleton steering his Nissan Gazelle. J3 showing a clean pair of heals and won by Josh Gay in the Gemini. 2nd in class was Nathan Rozitis. I would like to thank the officials that made the event a huge success and done and dusted by 2:30pm. Wayne Holness (infield and water truck steerer) Rod Hall (time keeping) Michele Bayley (book in and infield) Chris Hall (scrutineering) Roy Parkinson (Steward) Melissa McKee and Bernie Gladman (Catering) Darren Wythe, Ben McKee, Jake and Drew Gladman (Timing) Reg Johnson (Start line). The competitors for filling in the gaps on the infield. A great event had by all and appreciated the early finish with the month of February being so packed with heaps on and around the club.
Arron Harry Secombe.