2009 November - The Danish Club in Brisbane, Australia

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2009 November - The Danish Club in Brisbane, Australia

Den Danske Forening

Heimdal

November 2009

Photo: Playgroup

Medlemsblad

Newsletter for the Danish Association ‘Heimdal’ – Established 1872


THE DANISH ASSOCIATION “HEIMDAL” Inc.

36 AUSTIN STREET NEWSTEAD QLD 4006

PHONE: 0437 612 913 www.danishclubbrisbane.org

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Contributions

If you would like to share your news, you are

welcome to send emails and other material to the

editor for publication. The closing date for the

December issue is 17 November 2009. We will

endeavour to publish all material submitted but

reserve the right to edit or not publish your

contribution. Any material published does not

necessarily reflect the opinion of the Danish Club or

the Editor.

From the Editor

Webmaster: Aage Christoffersen

18 Boardman Street

Kallangur QLD 4503

Phone: (07) 3204 5761

Skype: lydatronic

Email: aage@tpg.com.au

The Queensland

Multicultural Festival 2009 at Roma Street

Parkland on 18 October 2009 was a huge

day out and coffee, Danish pastries, ice

cream cones and soft drinks proved a

winning combination on the day. See the

photos at Cafe Danmark on Friday.

November will be another busy month at

the club, we are looking forward to

welcoming Susanne Shine, the Danish

ambassador, to our ‘Store Kolde Bord’ on

14 November 2009 together with Grace

Grace MP. It’s a great opportunity to meet

Susanne Shine, enjoy a delicious

smorgasbord of Danish food and maybe a

Carlsberg and a snaps to go with the

herring. And there will be dancing to live

music by Scott Sinclair. The following

Saturday, get a headstart on your

Christmas preparations at the Julestue for

young and old: bake cookies, make

Christmas decorations and enjoy song and

music by KUPALEJA – a great way to get

into the Christmas spirit.

Photo: Kim Tvede

Editor:

Lone Schmidt

Phone: 07 3359 2026

Email: hoimark.schmidt@bigpond.com

WELCOME TO OUR NEW MEMBERS IN

OCTOBER

Nicolai Wilcken Petersen &

Gitte Rasmussen, Forest Lake

Per & Sandy Dinesen, Albany Creek

Read about the membership drive in the

newsletter


What’s on at the Danish Club?

Café Danmark 23 October 2009

from 6 pm

Try our tasty homemade ‘smorrebrod’: the menu varies from time to time, but you’ll often find

‘rullepølse’, fish wedges, roast beef, pate, roast pork and ‘Esrom’ cheese. Or have a hot dog and get

a drink in the bar. The bar stocks a variety of Australian beers as well as mighty strong Elephant

beer brewed in good old Denmark. If you like a glass of wine with your food, there’s a good variety of

whites and reds on offer.

It’s also an opportunity to buy delicious Danish pastries, specialty breads and organic biscuits direct

from Britt’s Danish Delights . Clive will be there with smallgoods and quality meats from Flemming,

the Danish butcher at Woolloongabba, it’s a good idea to order in advance and pick up at the café.

Christmas starts at Heimdal in October and there will be Christmas decorations, nisser, beads, toys,

cards – even marcipan from bagermester Rene.

Legestue

Every Friday

Kids’ Play Group from 10-12

See contact details in the newsletter – give your children a chance to speak Danish and play with

other children in their age group.

Det Store Kolde Bord 14 November 2009

6.30 pm for 7 pm start

Susanne Shine, the Danish ambassador to Australia, will join us for this event and together with

Grace Grace, MP (Brisbane Central) unveil a plaque thanking the Gaming Community Benefit Fund

for their grant (Project Roof). After we have sampled the delights of the smorgasbord, there will be

dancing to music by Scott Sinclair, who has entertained at the Club on previous occasions. See

details inside the newsletter

Julestue 21 November 2009

11-4 pm

Get ready for Christmas, kids. Bake cookies, make Christmas decorations, decorate the tree, sing

and dance with KUPALEJA – more details in the newsletter.

Folkies Old & New at Heimdal21 November 2009

Concert

6.30 pm for 7.30 pm start

New event at the Club - see the invitation in the newsletter. The arrangement is held by the Folk Rag

and members of the Danish Association are invited to enter at concession rates. We’ll serve cafe

food and pastries on


EBBA MAGDALENE VEJLE

16 th October 1916 - 27 th September 2009

It is with sadness we advise of the passing of Ebba in the evening of Sunday

27 September 2009 surrounded by her family.

Her funeral was held on Thursday 8 th October at 10am

at Centenary Memoral Gardens

353 Wacol Station Rd, Sumner Park.

Ebba came to Australia in 1956 and joined the Danish Club Heimdal together

with her husband who was President of the club and an honorary member.

She formed strong friendships in her new country and was always at the

center of whatever was happening. She remained an active and generous

member of the Club and we will all miss her, her happy smile and genuine

interest in the club’s activities and members.

Should you require more information please phone

Vivian on 0411 084475


DET STORE KOLDE BORD ‘SMORGASBORD’

Saturday 14 November 2009

6.30 for 7 pm start

A feast of food awaits you with lots of traditional favourites on the menu including

pickled herring, smoked salmon, fish wedges with remoulade, roast pork with red cabbage,

leverpostej, roast beef, rullepølse and cheese – and maybe even some Christmas

surprises. Invite your friends and family along to sample the delights of the Smorgasbord

at the Danish Club. Enjoy a beer and a snaps from the bar – there’s Red Aalborg,

Jubilæum and Brøndum available.

Scott Sinclair is back at Heimdal to entertain us with his unique blend of favourite tunes,

giving you the opportunity to dance the night away under the crystal ball.

Price: $40 for members and $45 for guests (children $20/$22.50).

All tickets must be booked and pre-paid by Monday 9 November 2009. Email Lone

Schmidt on hoimark.schmidt@bigpond.com or ring on 07 3359 2026 to make your

booking.

Payment by EFT to Suncorp BSB 484-799 Account 02495 1468

Payment details: 14-11-09, your name and membership number

Or send a cheque to the treasurer:

Lone Schmidt

24 Ashley Road

Chermside West QLD 4032


Get all your Danish Baked Goodies from Britt’s Bakery at Café DANMARK

4th Friday of each month

Authentic Danish Pastry & Organic Bread Products

Kringler, Smørtærter, Kanelstænger, Birkes, Rundstykker, Fuldkornsrugbrød,

Kransekagekonfekt, Småkager, Knækbrød og bagerens dårlige øje.

For information, order forms and delivery details, go to our website: www.brittsdanishdelight.-

com.au

Unit 5/10 Energy Crescent, Molendinar QLD 4214 Ph: 07 5571 6881 Fax: 07 5571 6947

Email: order@brittsdanishdelight.com.au


Lørdag 21. november 2009 kl 11-16

Julesmåkagebagning

Gudrun Tvede viser børnene (og andre, der heller ikke har bagt i mange år), hvordan man bager

skønne danske julesmåkager. Hvadenten det er vanillekranse, finsk brød eller kagenisser, det

bliver bare lækkert.

Julestue

Kom igang med julepynten sammen med børnene, der skal klippes og klistres stjerner og

julehjerter eller fantasidyr til at komme på juletræet.

Juletræspyntning

Kan I huske det flotte juletræ sidste år? Det skal pyntes igen fra top til fod og være klar til

julefesterne i november og december for både den norske og schweiziske klub, inden det bliver

vores egen tur 12. december 2009. Julemanden kommer kun, hvis træet stråler!

Julesang

Hvis I endnu ikke er kommet i julestemning, kan I glæde jer til ‘KUPALEJA’, som underholder

med sang og musik for børn og voksne. Syng med, deltag i sanglegene, det er sjovt!

Tilmelding og praktiske detaljer

Alle juleaktiviteterne er gratis.

Baren sælger juice og sodavand, køkkenet flyttes ud i gården, hvor vi eventuelt kan servere hot

dogs eller BBQ til sultne forældre. Tilmelding til Kim Tvede (kim.tvede@gmail.com) eller Lone

Schmidt (hoimark.schmidt@bigpond.com eller 33592026).


Christmas beer and snaps

We’re organising a shipment of beer

from Denmark through an importer in

Brisbane – keep watching this space if

you’re interested or contact Soren.

Membership Renewal

Have you received your new membership

card for 2009/2010 yet? If not, maybe

you have forgotten to pay your

membership.

Hardy Bang Sorensen: Teddy

Pedersen is in Brisbane next month

Teddy’s party #4 is coming up.

If you know any of Teddy Pedersen’s

friends, please ask them to contact

Hardy Bang Sorensen at 64 Stanley

Court, Munruben by phone: 07 3297

0739 or email Munruben@aapt.net.au

as soon as possible , so that we can

make some plans. Teddy & Inez (his

new lady) is coming for a visit again and

the party will be Sunday 15 th November.

I will contact everyone closer to the date

with more details.

Hope to see many of you on the day.

Cheers

Hardy Bang Sorensen

Julen nærmer sig

Den danske Kirke i Mount Gravatt holder

deres julebazaar 21. november 2009

fra 8 – 13 og der er julegudstjeneste

lørdag 19. december 2009 kl. 14-15.

Adressen er 71 Newnham Road – læs om

arrangementet på deres hjemmeside

www.danishchurchbrisbane.org.au

TIL LYKKE til alle klubbens

fødselarer i oktober/november

Skriv eller ring til redaktøren, hvis du kender

nogen, der fejrer fødselsdag eller jubilæum

eller sølvbryllup, guldbryllup, fødsel, dåb – vi

vil vide det hele.

Royal Copenhagen Ice Cream

Show your membership card to Ron, the

owner of the Royal Copenhagen Ice

Cream stall in the Queen Street Mall

(Myer Centre entry) and get two ice

creams for the price of one. Ron

supplied ice cream for our stall at the

QLD Multicultural Festival.

The Stirrers’

The Dutch Stirrers have invited us to

participate in their annual event ‘Prince’s

Celebrations’ at 123 Pine Road,

Richlands. The date is Saturday 14

November 2009 at 7 pm. Ring Matt on

3353 2450 or Bill on 3219 1150 for more

information. Pay before 8 November and

the ticket price is only $10.

Hall Hire

Planning a birthday party,

christening, wedding or corporate

function? Need a training venue?

36 Austin Street is available for hire

at reasonable rates:

Full day: $250 (members)/$350 (nonmembers)

Deposit for cleaning and breakage: $300

If you need more information, ring Lone

Schmidt on 0437 612 913.


CONGRATULATIONS!

Congratulations! Tea and Steve have a new baby boy – Young Mr X arrived on 15 October

2009. Mother and son are doing well and Ditte is very excited.

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FLYFISHING

by Jørgen Skov

When I was a young bloke, back back in DK, I always

went fishing on the first of April every year, and I went

flyfishing for trout. I was never taught or had any

instruction in flyfishing or how to do it the right way.

However I did have a bit of luck catching some fish.

Now, a few years later (try 30) and with a bit more time

on my hands, and more interest in fishing than an esky

full of beer, I enrolled in a FLYFISHING Course. It got

me going, and after a few “private tries”, I joined a

flyfishing club.

The guys in the club are very keen to show off their sport

and wherever we go, there is always someone looking

after me (teaching me), and, don’t forget, beer is not the

most important part of the exercise.

My first outing was to a place in NSW called “Uncle

Billy’s Retreat”, where we were fishing in lakes for trout.

Believe it or not, I caught 4 beautiful rainbow trout at

about 3.5 pound each.

We were 11 fishermen on the trip, living in timber huts at

the lakeside for 4 days, and it was beautiful, the

landscape, the sport and the people just made it all

perfect.

We did our own cooking and had the fire going every

night because there was frost in the air.

After that, there have been some day outings, last

weekend was at the Coomera River, and we meet every

second Tuesday of the month in our club on the Gold

Coast.

Next weekend (10/11 October) we have a competition

going at Borumba Dam, near IMBIL, it is a charity bash,

and I am looking forward to a couple of days flyfishing

for Bass/ Saratoga in the dam, and having a yarn with

the guys.

Next step is learning how to tie your own flies, and again

the blokes in the club are very helpful in showing you

how. I will get there eventually, getting better and better

to do the whole thing, and having the pleasure of being

with a bunch of serious guys with all the know-how.

If anybody is interested in coming along give me a hoi

on my e-mail or my mobile and we can talk about where

to go and what it is all about.

Be aware though, all hobbies cost money, but Flyfishing

is not necessarily expensive. You can get a nice “starter

kit” for about $300 or so, but you can also easily spend

thousands, up to you.

If you’re already hooked or I have caught your interest,

call me on 0427 418 211 or e- mail

Jorgen@qldaus.com.


Aftale om social sikring mellem Australien og Danmark

Ved du, at du kan søge om pensionsydelser gennem Centrelinks international servicecenter?

Ring til Centrelink på 13 16 73 og find ud af, hvilke pensioner du er berettiget

til – de taler endda dansk. Deres hjemmeside er www.centrelink.gov.au

Sherlock Heimdal

Nu er vi ogsaa blevet privatdetektiver – vi blev kontaktet af John Nielsen, som arbejder

hos Lego og han havde mistet forbindelsen til farbror, Erik Nielsen, som de sidst havde

kontakt med paa en adresse i Clontarf, men posten kom ikke frem og telefonnummeret

duede heller ikke.

Straks satte vi et hold paa sagen og kunne efter en snedig undersoegelse glaede John

Nielsen med nye kontaktdetaljer til farbor Erik, som kom hertil i 1962

Dansk legegruppe

Fredag 10-12 i Heimdals lokaler, 36 Austin St, Newstead QLD 4006

Vi vil meget gerne forsøge at starte med at mødes 1. søndag hver måned, hvis det

kan friste flere nye medlemmer, som pga arbejde og øvrige forpligtelser ikke kan

deltage i vores ugentlige legestue om fredagen.

Da vores lille faste gruppe svinger lidt i deltagere pga ferier oftest til Danmark og

arbejde mv, vil vi meget gerne se flere medlemmer. Vi tror trods alt det gavner

børnene at mødes og lege samt høre, at vi alle taler dansk.

Vi holder første søndags legestue i Heimdals lokaler søndag den 1. november 2009 kl.

10-12.

Vi starter normalt med noget fri leg og ca kl 11 sidder vi alle omkring et bord og spiser

vores medbragte mad – og slutter normalt dagen med nogle danske børnesange.

Med venlig hilsen

Tea, Morten, Charlotte, Tina

Charlotte

Tea

0405 730 252 0419 659 837

E-mail: chartiefalk@yahoo.com

E-mail: depoulsen@hotmail.com

Morten

Tina

0410 215 300 0403 838 663

E-mail: morten@simianosis.com

E-mail: tina@onskedrom.com


Scandinavian Bookclub

Hello all the Scandinavian booklovers,

Scandinavian Bookclub meeting is on again at

Café Danmark at the Danish Club,

Library on the “Mezzanine level”

Friday 23 rd October

Book club starts at 7.30 pm

We are discussing Anne Holt’s novels, (Norwegian

crime and thriller genre) I have recently read one

called “Punishment” – see the review below

and, Marianne Fredriksson’s delightful novel

Hanne’s daughters .

Have you read a good book by a Scandinavian author

lately? Can you recommend a good read for the

bookclub? Bookclub members read your choice of

Scandinavian book, fiction/non-fiction/ in English or

in Nordic languages and then get together with

others over coffee and discuss what you liked or

didn’t about the book. Everyone is welcome.

Holt, Anne - 'Punishment' (translated by

Kari Dickson)

PUNISHMENT is the first in a newly translated,

extremely successful series in Europe, featuring

academic and former FBI profiler Johanne Vik

and Detective Inspector Adam Stubo of the

Oslo police.

When nine year old Emilie goes missing her

father is worried but not frantic. She'd done this

once before just after her mother died. This

time, they don't find her. When a little boy disappears

and ultimately is returned to his parents;

dead, no obvious cause of death, and a

hand-written note: You Got What You Deserved;

Oslo starts to worry.

Police Superintendent Adam Stubo, working the

case, turns to former FBI profiler Johanne Vik

for help. Johanne is already looking into the

conviction of Aksel Seier for the rape and

murder of a young child many years ago. An

old lady really wants to know if Seier was guilty

or not. Johanne is not confident that she can

help Adam, but he is increasingly desperate for

any sort of lead that the Police can get. He and

his team make very little progress and they

soon have three abducted children, two dead

and a chance that Emilie is still alive.

The story shifts focus between the search for

the current child killer in Oslo to Johanne's

search for information about Seier's case. At

the same time Adam is increasingly leaning on

Johanne for assistance in the case and for human

contact. Adam's own wife and daughter

have died. Johanne has a disabled daughter she

struggles to manage on occasion, and an exhusband

who would be happy to take full custody

of their daughter.

Whilst both of the cases slowly gather some

pace, the central part of the story concentrates

on the increasing involvement of Johanne and

Adam. It's not a romantic involvement as such,

but there is a feeling of interest and reliance

from both of them.

There are a couple of hints in this book that indicate

a first time novel, though in fact the author

has written several previous books which

haven't yet been translated into English. There

is a tendency towards over-development and

over-explanation of characters, and at points

this concentration takes away from the pace

and focus you would expect from a current day

serial killer investigation. The resolution was

also over reliant on some coincidences which

certainly added to the thriller side of the story,

but perhaps over-egged the pudding slightly.

Neither of these minor quibbles ultimately take

much away from the book, and the central

character of Adam Stubo is a really interesting,

sympathetic and intuitive Police Detective.

Read another review of PUNISHMENT.

Karen Chisholm, Australia

Karin Fossum – “BROKEN”

Genre – psychological suspense (Norwegian author)

A woman awakes one night to find someone in her

room. She lies there in terrified silence, unable to

move. The woman is an author and the man begs her

to tell his story.

This book is an intriguing insight into the mind of an

author. Many times through out the book the

boundaries between fact and fiction, character and

story-teller are blurred in this story.

BROKEN is not exactly a crime novel, but it is

certainly a novel of suspense, and a masterly

portrait of one gentle, decent man whose life is

altered by volatile circumstances when a young

emaciated woman arrives at his place of work and he

offers her a cup of coffee. It is set in the town of

Drammen, in Norway and explores issues such as

controlling one’s emotions and destiny and the role

this might have in shaping personality and

experience. It is a really enjoyable read from the

author of the Inspector Sejer mysteries. I hope you

enjoy it as much as I did.


Amanda McLaughlin

Wonderful English from

Around the World

In a Bangkok temple:

IT IS FORBIDDEN TO ENTER A WOMAN,

EVEN A FOREIGNER, IF DRESSED AS A

MAN.

Cocktail lounge, Norway:

LADIES ARE REQUESTED NOT TO HAVE

CHILDREN IN THE BAR.

Doctor's office, Rome:

SPECIALIST IN WOMEN AND OTHER

DISEASES.

Dry cleaners, Bangkok:

DROP YOUR TROUSERS HERE FOR THE

BEST RESULTS.

In a Nairobi restaurant:

CUSTOMERS WHO FIND OUR

WAITRESSES RUDE OUGHT TO SEE

THE MANAGER.

On the main road to Mombassa,

leaving Nairobi:

TAKE NOTICE: WHEN THIS SIGN IS

UNDER WATER, THIS ROAD IS

IMPASSABLE.

On a poster at Kencom:

ARE YOU AN ADULT THAT CANNOT

READ? IF SO WE CAN HELP.

In a cemetery:

PERSONS ARE PROHIBITED FROM

PICKING FLOWERS FROM ANY BUT

THEIR OWN GRAVES.

Tokyo hotel's rules and regulations:

GUESTS ARE REQUESTED NOT TO

SMOKE OR DO OTHER DISGUSTING

BEHAVIOURS IN BED.

On the menu of a Swiss restaurant:

OUR WINES LEAVE YOU NOTHING TO

HOPE FOR.

In a Tokyo bar:

SPECIAL COCKTAILS FOR THE LADIES

WITH NUTS.

Hotel, Yugoslavia:

THE FLATTENING OF UNDERWEAR

WITH PLEASURE IS THE JOB OF THE

CHAMBERMAID.

Hotel, Japan:

YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE

ADVANTAGE OF THE CHAMBERMAID.

In the lobby of a Moscow hotel

across from a Russian Orthodox

monastery:

YOU ARE WELCOME TO VISIT THE

CEMETERY WHERE FAMOUS RUSSIAN

AND SOVIET COMPOSERS, ARTISTS

AND WRITERS ARE BURIED DAILY

EXCEPT THURSDAY.

A sign posted in Germany's Black

Forest:

IT IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN ON OUR

BLACK FOREST CAMPING SITE THAT

PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT SEX, FOR

INSTANCE, MEN AND WOMEN, LIVE

TOGETHER IN ONE TENT UNLESS THEY

ARE MARRIED WITH EACH OTHER FOR

THIS PURPOSE..

Hotel, Zurich:

BECAUSE OF THE IMPROPRIETY OF

ENTERTAINING GUESTS OF THE

OPPOSITE SEX IN THE BEDROOM, IT IS

SUGGESTED THAT THE LOBBY BE USED

FOR THIS PURPOSE.

Advertisement for donkey rides,

Thailand:

WOULD YOU LIKE TO RIDE ON YOUR

OWN ASS?

Airline ticket office, Copenhagen:

WE TAKE YOUR BAGS AND SEND THEM

IN ALL DIRECTIONS.

A laundry in Rome:

LADIES, LEAVE YOUR CLOTHES HERE

AND SPEND THE AFTERNOON HAVING

A GOOD TIME.


Cafe Danmark Friday 23 October 2009 6 pm

As usual, there are many things happening at Cafe Danmark: it’s an opportunity to meet old friends,

make new ones, taste Danish ‘smørrebrød’ a la Australia, sample genuine Carlsberg in the bar (or

how about a heart-stopping snaps), buy delicious Danish pastries and breads from Britts, browse

the library, pick up a t-shirt with a Danish motif and now you can even buy pickled herring!

Falkeskog Onion Herring or Anchovy Spiced Herring (630 g jars) in limited quantities for $9. We’ll

buy more if you want them! NOW there’s also Torskerogn (cod roe) at $5.50 and Makrel i tomat

(mackerel in tomato sauce) at $3.50.

Hanne og Kirsten juler hele året rundt med at lave juleting , som I andre kan pynte

jeres stuer med til jul. Alle vores ting er håndlavede, og fantasien kører hele tiden

med nye modeler, som vi synes, vi er gode til at lave. Så vi håber på at at se

mange danske familier til vores Julemarked.

Thanks to Worldwide Online Printing in Eagle Street for printing the newsletter.


Study & Stay in Australia?

Your door to the best in Australian Education & Training….

We are Danes, with a strong background in both Danish and Australian education &

training. Though we work with people from any country, we run some especially exciting

programs between Denmark and Australia, including:

• Guiding would-be migrants to courses for recognition in 60-Point occupations

• Assisting students enter the very best course, school/college/university for their

needs

• Study Tours – customised to meet the particular needs of the Danish schools/colleges/universities

• Semester Study Abroad – individuals or classes come to undertake one semester

of study, and get credit back into their secondary school/undergraduate programs

in Denmark

• Placing students into workplaces in Australia for Occupational Training, which is

part of their studies in Denmark

• Consulting services for Danish institutions wishing to establish links with Australian

partners.

We’d be delighted to assist you in any of these areas. Please do not hesitate to contact us:

Riborg Andersen riborg@studyinaustralia.com.au Ph: 07-5442 9588

Joern Christoffersen jjc@studyinaustralia.com.au Ph. 07-54739917

It’s time for the Christmas markets at Café

Danmark and we hope to see lots of stalls again

with Christmas goodies, decorations, arts and

crafts. To make sure that we have room for

everyone, please contact Lone Schmidt on 0437 612

913 or hoimark.schmidt@bigpond.com to book your

stall table.


You are invited to the

Book Launch

of

Out of Body Awareness

Thursday, 26 th November 2009

at

The Danish Club Heimdal

36 AustinSt

Newstead QLD 4006

Australia

To

Get directions

RSVP kayt38@hotmail.com or Phone 07 4974 1334

by 20 th November

For catering

Complimentary Champagne, tea, coffee and Danish pastry to celebrate

Heimdal www.danishclubbrisbane.org/

Out of Body Awareness Website - http://outofbodyawareness.com/index.php

What else is happening at the Danish Club?

Book Launch 26 November 2009

Cafe Danmark & 27 November 2009

Christmas market

6 pm

Christmas Party 12 December 2009

2-5 pm

Folk Dancers’ Special Event 29 January 2010


COMMITTEE 2009/2010

President:

Søren Høimark

Phone 07 3359 2026

E-mail:

soren.hoimark@hotmail.com

Committee Member:

Kim Tvede

Phone:

E-mail: kim.tvede@gmail.com

Vice President:

Alan Przybylak

Mobile: 0402 691 435

E-mail:

aprzybyl@bigpond.net.au

Committee Member:

Peter Hansen

Phone (02) 6680 3574

E-mail:

wagner_ph@hotmail.com

Treasurer :

Lone Schmidt

Phone 07 3359 2026

E-mail:

hoimark.schmidt@bigpond.com

Membership Officer:

(not on the committee)

Lone Lambourne

Phone 07 3822 4476

E-mail:

raylone@bigpond.net.au

Secretary:

Roy Schack

Phone 07 3289 3559

E-mail:

furniture@royschack.com

Committee Member:

Henrik Caspersen (Rick)

Phone 0418 776 277

E-mail:

rick@caspersen.com.au

Committee Member:

Vivian Lindup

Phone 0411 084475

E-mail: vivandmikelindup@hotmail.com

Committee Member:

Jørgen Skov

Phone 07 3103 6535

E-mail: jorgen@qldaus.com

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