Narooma and Moruya Rotarians and friends spent Valentine’s Day enjoying a car rally around Tuross and Bodalla before heading to Potato Point for lunch.
“It was a fantastic day and a lot of fun with about 40 participants,” said Narooma Rotary President Ange Ulrichsen.
“True to form, our rally organiser David McInnes tested our wits and abilities navigating the streets of Tuross Head while solving challenging cryptic clues which tested us to the max. We really appreciated the huge effort he and his wife Rachel put into it.”
Moruya Rotary President Peter Smith said their contingent is really looking forward to the next one, hopefully a bit shorter. “Some of our crew gave up after a couple of hours and headed for the food,” he said. “One carload persevered though arriving at Potato Point almost two hours late but were rewarded for their determination.”
Ms Ulrichsen said the day was all about the two Clubs having some fun together. “We really appreciated the barbecue Rachel and David put on in their lovely garden and the music by our wonderful local musicians,” she said.
Prizes were presented to those teams who scored highest (and lowest) and for the merits of poems each car was asked to compose about the day.
Above: Moruya Rotary President Peter Smith with Narooma President Ange Ulrichsen after the Valentine’s Day Rotary car rally.
Above: Narooma and Moruya Rotarians and friends wait to hear the results of the challenging Valentine’s Day car rally questionnaires.