WELCOME TO LAC CROYDON
- Are you in the 50 plus age group?
- Looking to take up new interests as you ease into retirement ?
- A bit passed discos, but not ready for the tea dance? Wanting to keep active mentally and physically while having fun anytime, anywhere is not just for teenagers.
- Do you want to make new friends; enjoy social events and outings?
Experience a couple of our Club activities and join later. We welcome individuals and couples. No need to be lonely, we know that 'Life is better together'.
We meet together on the first Thursday of each month commencing 7:30pm at the Dorset Gardens Complex, Dorset Road, Croydon - usually in the Elm room (except December Christmas Party & January Picnic in the Park). Meetings include guest speakers or trivia and social evenings enjoyed with time for a cuppa, chat and lucky draw.
Our monthly newsletter updates members with reports of past, current and forthcoming activities and items of interest (distributed at meetings or email/post by arrangement).
Club activities are available during the day, evening and weekends to suit most people's situations. Select the activity category listing from our side menu. We are always open to suggestions for establishing new activities for members in order to keep Croydon LAC a vibrant group that caters to the various interests of members. We aim to please.
Please contact us for more details or for a copy of our current Newsletter.
Phone: Edith 9725 1578 or John 9723 9850
PO Box 185
Watch this space in the New Year for a new look updated web site and new activities to enjoy
LAC CROYDON Bi Annual GOLF GETAWAYS.
To check out when the next golf getaway is planned, call Jim 9723 4945.
Twice a year, golfers and friends enjoy 3 day breaks away, visiting country golf courses and tourist areas e.g. Phillip Island, Ballarat, Moama, Cobram/Barooga and Marysville.
We all like to get away whenever we can, it's not hard on the pocket and everyone has a great time, whether on the fairway or touring the area in great company. While the golfers improve their swing, drive 'em straight and long; the non-golfers find other challenges - behaving like regular tourists, then meeting up for social evenings around the dinner table with the avid white ball chasers.