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Doctor Who club thirtieth anniversary t-shirt competition
31/08/2010 10:21 GMT

Posted by Martin

We are pleased to announce a competition to celebrate the anniversary of the club's foundation in 1980.

Prize: a Doctor Who t-shirt

There are three categories.

Twelve and under: Design a Doctor Who monster.

Over 12: Doctor Who themed text story, 500 words or less.

Open category: Write or draw something Doctor Who themed/inspired.

Winners will be announced at the August 21 general meeting at Adelaide High School. Judges decisions are final, current committee ineligible for entry.

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When does this competition close?
Thanks
Karla
tartancase

tartancase
  

date: 30/03/2010 00:56 GMT
Oh and also! Where would we send entries?
K
tartancase

tartancase
  

date: 30/03/2010 01:14 GMT
We have extended it from June 19 to August 21.

Emtrys may be sent via email or the contact page, mailed via PO Box 3227 RUNDLE MALL 5000 Australia, or passed in at a meeting.
Martin

Martin  

date: 19/06/2010 14:43 GMT
a group of students has established a Dr. Who Club at our school. Can these students enter the competition? Does the Group have to register? Thanks
evanston

evanston
  

date: 29/06/2010 00:09 GMT
1. Good! What school?
2. Yes. It's open to members and non members alike.
3. No, just send the entries in.
Martin

Martin  

date: 03/07/2010 06:20 GMT
Hi Martin
Our school is Evanston Gradens Primary School. We meet once a week at lunchtime and we share stories and ideas etc. We plan to make tardis and dalek models. We would like to come to one of your meetings. Would this suit 10 - 12 year olds? The stduents have made their own membership cards.

Thanks. Giulio (teacher)
evanston

evanston
  

date: 20/07/2010 01:08 GMT
Indeed; the club was set up with students in mind, many of the current members joined in primary or high school and we intentionally keep all scary content confined to the post-meal evening sessions where possible.

The only other thing worth commentary is considering we haven't bothered updating membership cards for about seven years, it sounds as if your students are more organized than us...
Martin

Martin  

date: 20/07/2010 06:04 GMT
Thanks Martin

Group members are excited that the Dr Who club exists. We would like to attend the August 21st meeting at Adelaide High School. Will there be an agenda available at any stage for the meeting?

Giulio
evanston

evanston
  

date: 20/07/2010 22:50 GMT
Yes; three pm I open the door, ten pm I lock it. Any more structure is too much effort!
Martin

Martin  

date: 21/07/2010 05:39 GMT
Last Saturday I arrived to find no one, unusual as there's usually people who've taken the opportunity of coming into town to shop. When a few people showed up I had to go do something administrative at the venue, returning to find groups looking at manga, fanzines, playing board games and being good. I handed out the latest magazine and newsletters.

People file in through out the afternoon, until about five or six pm, which is when we hit maximum. This is when we do any committee meetings and will probably be when we address the Competition. Then there's usually a meal break with some going home and not returning, and usually one or two groups going off to somewhere to buy a meal. When enough are back we have some evening session, more board games or such.

Around ten the good attendees help me clean up, carry stuff out to cars, then we have a final conversation until people depart for buses or drive off. I imagine they could go off nightclubbing, but the end of meetings used to be signaled by the secretary making a cup of tea, boring as we are.

And there you have it. Some people go to Tuesday night movies regulalry, and there's a meeing at a pub every first Saturday of the month. Possibly not everyone's idea of fun, but rewarding enough to keep us coming back.

I can post you our newsletter, and the previous one's online at <http://efanzines.com/WOL/index.htm>.
Martin

Martin  

date: 21/07/2010 18:24 GMT
Thanks Martin. Sounds great. We will come along on August 21st. The students are looking forward to meeting you.

Giulio
evanston

evanston
  

date: 26/07/2010 03:23 GMT
Yes It would be good to have the latest newsletter posted out.

Evanston gardens Primary School
Angle Vale Road
Evanston gardens 5116

Than you.
evanston

evanston
  

date: 26/07/2010 04:50 GMT
Thank you all for the warm welcome you gave us at the meeting yesterday. The students had a fantastic time and were so excited to get their T Shirts. We will certainly be joining and we look forward to attneding at least one meeting a term. Thanks again. All the best. Evanston Gardens Dr. Who Club
evanston

evanston
  

date: 22/08/2010 03:32 GMT
That's cool; we enjoyed it too.
Martin

Martin  

date: 24/08/2010 05:46 GMT
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