Mulwala Water Ski Club Biggest Morning Tea aims to give cancer a spray so theMulwala Water Ski Club is proud to host Australias Biggest morning Tea again for 2009.
It will be held on Thursday the 28th May from 10am to noon, cost will be $5 per person, and the clubs Natalie Burns is working on some fun and exciting stuff.
Mulwala Water Ski Club invites all friends, family and colleagues to attend and help reach a goal of at least $2,000.
I am sure we will make that target easy, but would love to see you all and share in some fun, Natalie said today.
Australia's Biggest Morning tea is a fundraising event that helps the Cancer Council fund its cancer research, education, and support services to help the 1 in 3 Australians affected by cancer in their lifetime.
The statistic alone is frightening, we need to do something together to one day find a cure and save many lives. Lets do it for our loved ones and dear friends, the time to act is now!, Natalie said.
If you are not able to attend our Morning Tea, please, please follow the link below and donate to our morning tea fundraising goal. Your business/name will appear on our webpage for everyone to see.
We would love to reach our goal before May 28, she said.
The link to the Mulwala Ski Club Morning Tea Page is:
Flying Mulwala Ski Club wake boarder
We are also asking if anyone can donate any prizes for our spinning wheel raffle
that we hold on the day that would be kindly appreciated also, Natalie said.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me, or throw me a line.
Heres to finding a cure for Cancer today!, Natalie said.
Contact details are : Natalie Barnes Marketing Co-ordinator Mulwala Water Ski Club Lake Mulwala Holiday Park Melbourne Street Mulwala NSW 2647.
Ph 03 5744 1888
Fax 03 5744 2440
M 0419 200 175
Travellers should note that the four Star Lake Mulwala Holiday Park is next door to the Lake Mulwala Water Ski Club. It carries a GoSee Motorhome Friendly logo and can accommodate RV's of up to 6.71 metres. The GPS is south 35deg 59.45 and East 146deg .05
It has a waterfront location boat ramp and private marina about 2km from Yarrawonga. The accommodation ranges across budgets from Waterfront apartments, Villa cabins to powered sites.
Slalom Mulwala Water Ski Club skier kicks up a rooster tail
The powered sites run from $24 to $42 a night as seasonal peaks and troughs come and go. Standard cabins run from $75 to $115 and Apartments range from $150 to $230 daily. Weekly rates are available. Minimum bookings apply for all holiday periods and long weekends.
The powered sites are partly shaded, close to amenties and the camp kitchen. There are barbecues handy, the views across the waterare fine and there is a TV room and playground for children. The caravan park does not have a pet friendly policy.
There is a first class local golf course, fishing is popular, bowls have a strong following and of course there is waterskiing.
Editors Note: The action water ski pictures are all courtesy of Mulwala Water Ski Club. Obviously there is plenty of water for skiers at Lake Mulwala.