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COVID updates July 2021

COVID UPDATE – July 9th, 2021

We trust you are safe and well during these challenging times.

As you are aware, Clubs across NSW including Ingleburn RSL & Ingleburn Bowling Club were closed on Saturday 26th June due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the closure remains in place at this stage, we wanted to reach out to you today, to provide you with an update on some items you may be wondering about regarding your Club(s).

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Closed until further notice

To our club community,
In light of the recent announcement from health authorities, Ingleburn RSL Club, Ingleburn Bowling Club & Tabatinga Ingleburn will be closed from – Saturday 26th June 2021 until further notice. We will monitor the situation closely and advise if there are any changes to this. All events, entertainment and activities have been postponed until further notice.
We take this opportunity now, to thank you all for your understanding and continued support during this time. And we wish you all to remain safe and well. We look forward to welcoming you back to our club as soon.
Ingleburn RSL Club Management

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COVID Updates June 2021

Wednesday 23rd June 2021.

Members and visitors are advised that the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced new restrictions for Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the local government areas (LGAs) of the Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour. These new restrictions come into force at 4pm today — Wednesday, 23 June 2021, and will be required for one week.
They will apply to our clubs as follows:

  • 4 Square metres rule – The 4 square metres rule applies to all indoor and outdoor areas of the club premises.
  • Masks Mandatory in All Indoor Areas – This means patrons must wear masks in indoor gaming areas and indoor food and drink areas, but are permitted to remove masks while eating or drinking.
  • No Standing and Drinking
  • No Singing or Dancing
  • Capacity limits will apply to our courtesy bus

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Ingleburn RSL Club and Learning Links: education ClubGRANTS for a better future

Education ClubGRANTS from Ingleburn RSL Club

Education is a powerful thing. It can open doors and change the trajectory of a child’s life. But for children who experience learning difficulties, there are more hurdles to jump to simply keep up with their peers, let alone experience the opportunities they deserve.

Learning Links is a not-for-profit organisation that works to empower children with learning difficulties. As a proud partner of Learning Links, we strive to help children and families in the local area through our ClubGRANTS program.

Education ClubGRANTS from Ingleburn RSL Club

The life-changing work of Learning Links

Across six learning centres and over 170 NSW schools, Learning Links works with children who are at risk of falling behind at school due to learning difficulties and disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, autism, speech and language disorders and developmental delay. Through Learning Links, these children have access to education specialists, psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists.

More than that, they also work with schools to raise the capability of teachers who are supporting children with these learning challenges in their classrooms.

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Support for MDS

Proudly supporting Macarthur Disability services

Macarthur Disability services is a premier non-profit community organisation in the Macarthur region with operations across South West Sydney and the Southern Highlands. MDS provide a range of services and activities for people with a disability, with a mental illness, the aged, families and carers. Ingleburn RSL Club is proud of our ongoing support for MDS.

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