The committee of the Ivanhoe Harriers Athletic Club would like to invite you to our 2018 Trivia Night!
To be held at Ivanhoe Park (corner The Boulevard and Wamba Road, Ivanhoe), 7pm on Friday, 16th November 2018.
Entry is $10 (plus $1 booking fee for online ticket purchases). All tickets purchased online by Friday, November 2nd entitle the bearer to two raffle tickets.
The trivia night includes eight rounds of trivia, silent auction and a number of additional games. Plenty of prizes are up for grabs so get in quick to guarantee your spot!
Ivanhoe Harriers have been selected to participate in Local Matters at Grill'd Fairfield this August!
What does this mean? It means that if you buy a burger at Grill'd Fairfield in August and put your Local Matters token in our jar; at the end of the month Ivanhoe Harriers will be rewarded with a $300 or $100 gift depending on whether or not our jar receives the most tokens.
Each month the Grill'd community donation program sees each Grill'd restaurant donate $500 back into the community. The donation is split between 3 local community groups $300 / $100 / $100.
We would love your support in receiving the highest $300 donation!
You can find our Local Matters jar at Grill'd Fairfield, 126 Station Street, Fairfield. Thanks for your continual support!
Despite the terrible weather today we held the 6k handicap run as planned.
We had eleven participants which was just great and our "handicapper" Barry did a fantastic job. First across the line was David Purser with an actual time of 24:58, second across the line was Mary Langdon and third was Michael George. We note the great comeback of former star, Richard Russell. Fastest time was Thomas Langdon, actual time 21:18, with David Greig recording 21:27 and Michael George 22:21.
A full report will follow in the next edition of Cursus.
Today Tom Hancock received an OAM in the General Division for his lifelong service to athletics. Tom is a Life Member of Ivanhoe Harriers having been a member for over 50 years. Despite his advancing years, Tom is over 80, he continues to compete and has been coaching promising youngsters at the Collingwood track in recent times.
From all of us at Ivanhoe Harriers, congratulations Tom, the award and recognition is well deserved.