The NUFG Trivia Night

On Friday night (19 June 2009) NUFG and friends had great fun at a trivia contest held at the Dingee Hall. The event was organised by our Social Secretary Robyn McKay who (with help from husband Pete) was Master of Ceremonies.  It was a great event immensely enjoyed by more than a hundred people. 

Our Wonderful Sponsors and the prizes they donated 

John Toll and family of Circle T farms (fresh lamb) 

The Wall family (Magnificent Yarraberb Shiraz)

The Wellard family of Neangar Nursery (plants, chocolates and wooden spoons)

Suregro for tree guards and Seasol

Circle T farms for mushrooms 

Bush's Produce Bendigo for $10 voucher

Ridley products for dog food and chicken pellets

Envirowood for bags of firewood - Mal Johnson

NUFG for Sebastian Hotel meal vouchers and hats
Drummartin Primary School for PA system and copying

 Some images from the night (more to come)

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 Before or after?
See the note below

 Team Cartwright

Before or after?

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Master of ceremony  Masters of ceremony  Masters of ceremony

Before or after?

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 Gretel with her prize

 Prizes galore!

Lindsay and Jess behind the bar  Mal, Robyn and Ranx


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President and Social Secretary

Ranx and Tim Demeo ham it up

Tim Johns wins the Sebastion Hotel vouchers

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Table 5 gets into the spirit of the night

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The big event

Mark Ridley (sponsor) from Ridley Dairy Feeds

Note: the 'before and after' competition challenged players to remember the date of some event and decide
if it was 'before' or after a specified date.  If it was before it was arms to the left and it it was after then it was arms
to the right. Was the first Holden made in Australia before of after 1950?