Tuesday, February 12th 2019 – Shed Night at Richard Mann’s

February 12, 2019
6:30 pmto8:30 pm

As has been the practice for a number of years, we will commence the “motoring year” with a Club Night at Richard Mann’s. As usual, Richard will fill us in on the progress (or lack thereof) on his various projects.

Neil Roberts has organised a Bellarine Peninsula car acquaintance of his, Mike “Killa” Killingsworth, to entertain us on the evening. David Hoskins of the Geelong MG Car Club will bring Killa up from Ocean Grove. LCV members can also get the details of the monthly “Killa Run” which has become an institution for local classic car enthusiast and leaves from Killa’s Ocean Grove shed and concludes with lunch at the local golf club.

Mike left school at the age of 16 and joined the Navy. After a number of hiccups, three years later he graduated as a pilot and was posted to Nowra. He served on the HMAS Melbourne and then was transferred to the US Navy. On his return, he completed a Flight Instructor’s course and was sent back to the US Navy. After three years there, he returned to Australia, ultimately resigning from the Navy in 1986 to join Cathay Pacific as a First Officer and, three years later, as a Captain on Boeing 747s. in 1986 he accepted an offer from Qantas to help with A330 training for five years.

Since retirement, he enjoys flying his 1940 Tiger Moth and, I gather, spending a lot of time organising motoring activities around Geelong. From the reputation which proceeds him and his experience in life, we can expect quite an interesting evening.

As we did last year, the Committee has decided that we will have more “Shed Nights” and will provide a BBQ from around 6.30 for those who would like to arrive early, starting with this one. To assist in the organisation and supply of sufficient food, we would appreciate your letting us know if you are coming by reply to this email. WE SUGGEST THAT YOU BRING A CHAIR ON WHICH YOU CAN SIT COMFORTABLY AND RELAX WHILE MIKE SPEAKS.

The easiest way to get there is over the Westgate Bridge, turn off onto the Ring Road and then onto Boundary Road

Enquiries Neil Roberts 0413 277 428

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