Aunty Eight’s Masterclass A ‘Sellout Success’

The First of our Aunty Eight’s Vietnamese Masterclass’ was held on Tuesday Night 27 June. As you can see by the images, the night was a resounding success and thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance. We can’t wait for the next one on 18 July.

Say tuned for some more Masterclass news in August as these sell out very quickly!

Do Something Day

Revesby Workers’ will be giving their best for Do Something Day on Wednesday 19 July with Book It Forward, an initiative encouraging others to give back to the community with a gesture of kindness.

Revesby Workers’ are inviting the community to donate a gently used or new book from 15 June up until Do Something Day in Tarro Ave reception. A collection box will be positioned in the Clubs reception area for donation of books or swap a book with another avid reader.

Following Do Something Day, all books will be donated to a few local community organisations, Bankstown City Aged Care, Local Schools and the ICON Cancer Centre to create a positive and noticeable impact to the lives of others in the community. Revesby Workers’ would love to see the community give back with books at the club.

The Do Something Day campaign aims to drive the community to actively participate in actions of good by donating or volunteering as an individual or an organisation. Revesby Workers’ hopes everyone gets involved by going above and beyond through acts of kindness such as, shouting a stranger a coffee or letting a rushed customer skip the queue or even sharing an umbrella with a stranger.

How will you give your best on Do Something Day?

For further information contact 9772 2100 or www.rwc.org.au
For further information about Do Something Day visit, www.dosomethingday.com.au

Club President Daryl Melham named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List

Daryl Melham In Queen’s Birthday Honours

Congratulations to Club President Daryl Melham who was named in the Queen’s birthday honours list on Monday, awarded an AM for service to the Parliament of Australia.

Mr Melham said his work with the Revesby Workers’ Club over 36 years had also been immensely rewarding.
“When I worked there in the 1970s, we were selling 300, 18 gallon kegs of beer a week, and today we sell 100, 14 gallon kegs of beer a week,” he said.
“It shows the changing demographics of the club industry.
“We’re proud of what we’ve achieved with the club, which has grown from 35,000 members eight years ago, to almost 70,000 members today.
“We’ve diversified, offering a range of facilities for the broader community.”

Story appeared in: Torch | June 13th, 2017