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CCJC family fun day

Post by built4thrashing » Thu 15 Sep, 2011 6:24 pm

Cross Country Jeep Club Family Fun Day

15-16 october

The CCJC is inviting all suzuki club members to join us in our first anual family fun day.

Valley Farm. Narbethong. Call for detailed directions

Easy/moderate. FUN

The CCJC will be running some fun activities at our club property in Narbethong including, wet lap, blindfold navigation, spare tyre challenge and others.
There will be a treasure hunt and some other games for the kids. On Saturday night there will be a big Bonfire to share stories and each others company. Camping is encouraged on saturday night but a $10 camp fee per vehicle applies. Toilets and Hot showers available for overnight campers.
On Sunday we will be doing a Ladies Day where only Ladies are allowed to drive. (Will be an easy trip) For those that dont have a better half we will also do a harder trip where winching may be required. :roll:
For more info and directions to the property contact Jayson Burley (club president) on 0408287539 or Matt Foley ( Social Secretary) 0403575155.

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Re: CCJC family fun day

Post by built4thrashing » Sun 02 Oct, 2011 5:39 pm

CCJC Family Fun Day

The Cross Country Jeep Club is opening its gates to you for its first annual Family Fun Day/weekend. It is sure to be an action packed weekend, filled with fun and exciting activities for all members of the family. What is even better is that it is.....FREE.
It will be held at the clubs home property, Valley Farm, Narbethong, on the 15th and 16th of October

Come up for a day or for the entire weekend. It’s up to you.
Saturday. Test your abilities with some fun and exciting driving challenges.

Activities include:
Wet Lap. Drive over some obstacles while your passenger holds a bowl of water on their lap

Tyre Change Challenge. How quick can you change a tyre?

Plumb Bob. Drive over a target and stop when you think the plumb bob that’s hanging off your tow ball is over the bulls eye

Blindfold Navigation. Drive our offroad course blindfolded while getting directions from your passenger. Not as easy as it sounds.

Plus plenty of activities for the kids.

Sunday will consist of a ladies day drive through the local forest with a stop at Marysville for a coffee,

Or if you want something a little more challenging there will be a harder trip where your skills will be put to test.

As usual it is BYO food and drinks. We will supply the BBQ.

Saturday night we will have a big bonfire where you can sit back, relax and enjoy each others company. $10 camping fees apply per vehicle.

For more information contact

Matt Foley (Social secretary)
Ph. 0403575155

or myself
Jason Burley (Club President)
Ph. 0408287539

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