We have an invitation to meet our neighbours - the Westgate Wanderers for Sat morning brunch - coffee and then visit an aircraft restoration project. Following that XDC clothing in Hoppers Crossing are putting on a display and BBQ for Ulysseans.
Please contact Ace @ XDC.com.au to let them know if you intend to go so that they can organise catering.
WHO: Melbourne Ulysses
WHAT: Meet the Neighbours – Westgate Wanderers
WHEN: Saturday, 9th October, 2010
(at about 10:30am – 11:00am)
WHERE: “Highway Lounge”, Caltex Service Centre, Lot 1, Wests Rd, Werribee. (Last Werribee exit whilst travelling towards Geelong on the Maltby By Pass, 1st Werribee exit travelling from Geelong)
WHY: This is your chance to “Meet the Neighbours” - have a look at the B24 Liberator restoration project and then go on to a free BBQ at XDC see flyer below.
On behalf of the Westgate Wanderers, I am pleased to invite you and your branch to visit the Westgate Wanderers at the Highway Lounge for a great Ulysses “Meet the Neighbours” get together!!!!.
Coffee and an extensive range of snacks / meals / clean toilets, fuel and ample safe parking are available at the Highway Lounge.
At 11:30am (for those interested) the B24 Liberator Restoration group has graciously agreed to open up especially for the Ulysses members (not normally open on Sat) and give us a tour of this great project, only 2 km away from the Highway Lounge. (Charge of $5 applies but from experience is well worth it.) I will lead the ride.
Westgate Wanderers Ulysses Branch
Chris Thomas 9731 0854
NB the invitation below has since arrived. If you intend to go to XDC please email firstname.lastname@example.org (see below) to confirm attendance and assist with catering.
So , coffee to meet the neighbours, a visit to an aircraft restoration project and then a free BBQ all in one day. Bring money for some bargains
(I believe the "last exit" is at the junction of the Princes Hwy and the Princes Freeway on the Geelong side of Werribee and the Caltex service centre is visible from the freeway. If you pass you're going too far! John Cook)