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Tuesday, March 07, 2006


The guys from the Lions Club run the BBQs at the local Robertson Markets, and occasionally at the Moss Vale Markets. They also do BBQs for graduation ceremonies at Triple Care Farm, and for other events in the local region.

Bob Cupitt (seen at left), Roy Heyhorn, Ron Johnson, Jenny Cupitt and a few other people have been carrying this project for years. Bob and Roy's wives, Joyce and Thea (respectively) regularly help out too. However, things have been tough recently. Some of these events, especially the Moss Vale Markets, are such a large operation that it is physically challenging to these people.

To put it bluntly, Bob, Roy, Ron and Jenny need help.

Without some regular assistance, they may have to simply give up doing the Lions BBQ.

What would the Robertson Markets be without these cheerful people knocking out almost endless supplies of sausages, with or without onion, on a roll (or bread), all for $2:50?


Can you offer a couple of hours this coming Sunday morning and once each month? It would be helping to keep a local institution alive. And I am here referring to the monthly Robertson Markets themselves, not just the Lions BBQ. This is not an appeal for help from old men, by the way. Younger men, and women of any age would be welcomed.

You do not have to join the Lions Club, just be prepared to help.
You can talk to me, on 4885 2725, or see me at the CTC on Thursday night (Music Night), or just turn up on Sunday morning.

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