July 2017 Newsletter
RANGATIRA NEWS JULY 2017
IT'S SNOWING, IT'S SNOWING!!! The snow has arrived at Mt Ruapehu in truckloads. This picture is the Ohakune Lodge's front lawn! There are still spaces in the club for these school holidays. Why not head down now to make the most of the new snow. Check out our Facebookpage for all the latest updates and snowy pictures.
MID WINTER XMAS Ohakune, 29th July, 2017
Christmas dinner with all the trimmings in the snow! Dinner includes Christmas ham, Christmas pudding and all the trimmings.
MENS WEEK Whakapapa, 3-8 Sep, 2017 Hey Amigos! Como estas? Guess what? Men's week is back and this year it is Mexican theme so come along and fiesta and siesta with us!
LADIES WEEK Whakapapa, 14-18 Aug, 2017 Ladies! Come ski, party, make new friends and just generally LET YOUR HAIR DOWN Rangatira Style!!!!!!! Get your bookings in.
TONGARIRO JUNIOR RACE Whakapapa, 9th September, 2017 This interclub race is for those 17 years or younger on race day. There will be awards for the fastest in many age categories for both girls and boys.
BUFF NECK WARMERS
Do you want your own customised Rangatira Buff Neck Warmer? These neck warmers are the evolution of classic neck protection using BUFF quality, design and technology. Made with Classic Polartec® fleece, its ideal for any outdoor activity, particularly in the winter. BUFF, new sponsor of Rangatira, are offering a SPECIAL DEAL of $36 for a Rangatira designed Neck Warmer. If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org to order. Minimum order quantity applies. (Images left example only, design will be a Rangatira theme)
MEALS AT THE CLUB
Whilst the club does try to be accommodating, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that special dietary needs will be provided for and trust you can understand the challenges when catering for numerous people. Please ask the cook/custodian what ingredients have been used in the cooking if you need to avoid certain foods. If possible, we will attempt to accommodate requests however this will most likely be more a matter of you avoiding certain foods in the prepared meal rather than the club being able to prepare additional meals to suit.