Ever wanted to race llke Mark Webber or Craig Lowndes?????

Ever wondered what it would like to race a Go Kart??????

Now is the time and here is your opportunity!

MITCHELL Community Health

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Join us for adrenaltn pumping; heart raclnq, energy consuming

and electrifying day of Go Kart racing at Top kart's. Race your mate, your rnlssus, your son, your daughter, race everyone!

There is even a competition for the fastest Go Karter!

This will be a day you will never forget!

What's included:

10 Practice Laps, 30 Qualifying Laps and a race at the finish for those who qualified fastest! How good does it get!

When: Saturday 15th or Wednesday 19th January 2011 Starts 1.00pm and finishes 4.00pm

Where: Top Kart's 513 High Street, Epping 3076 Cost $10.00 per person ( Age restrictions 'applv) This event wH'1 book up very quickly.

Please register by Friday 7th lanuary 2011.

For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc.vic.gov,au See attached information sheet and please complete the registration form.

Go Kart Racing Registration Form

Full payment of $10.00 per person is required to be made via internet banking to Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Inc by Friday z" January 2011. . BSB: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: GOKART and your name

If you do not have access to the internet you can make a cash deposit into the above account and forward your receipt along with your name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Go Kart

982 Main Rd Hurstbridge 3099 97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace .. net .. au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Monday - Friday 12noon- 4.30pm,

NOTE: Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration. Please allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your confirmation.

Name _

Phone Mobile _

Email _

Preferred method of contact Phone/Mobile/Email (please circle)

Referral Card Number _

(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Please list any dietary needs (e.g. Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

Do you have any medical or other conditions (allergies/Phobias/Access needs/other special needs etc) we need to take in \to consideration for this 'event?

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.

Wondering what to do these school holidays?????? ~ kids are bored, you are bored??????

commu~I~!~~!I;~ Bring the family, your neighbours, their kids/ its going to be a great family day out.

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Why not sign up toa day of fun, activity, smiles and excitement at Whittlesea's premier entertainment attraction.

When: Tuesday zo" or so" of la!nuary 2011.

Where: Funfields 2365 Plenty Road WhittJesea, Vic 3757 Cost: $20.00 for a Family of 4, or $5 .. 00 for individuals What's included: Entry to park, unlimited rides, lunch and a whole heap of fun!

Numbers are strictly limited and this eventwtll book. up very quickly.

Please register 14th January 2011

For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc.vic.gov.au See attached information sheet and please complete the registration form.

Funfields Whittlesea Registration Form

Full payment of $5.00 per person is required to be made via internet banking to Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Inc by Friday 14th January 2011.

BSB: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: Funfields and your name

If you do not have access to the internet you can make a cash deposit into the above account and forward your receipt along with your name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Funfields Park Whittle sea

982 Main Rd

Hurstbridge 3099

97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace.net.au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Mondav+ Friday 12noon- 4.30pm,

NOTE: Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration .. Please allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your confirmation.

Name, _

Phone Mobile, __

Ema il _

Preferred method of contact Phone/Mobile/Email (please circle)

Please list any dietary needs (e.g, Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

Referral Card Number _

(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Do you have any medical or other conditions (allergies/Phobias/Access needs/other special needs etc) we need to take in \to consideration for this event?

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.

Laser skirmish

The ULTIMATE Adventure Game at Australia's Best Bush Field!

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p' Laser skirmish is an outdoor combat team sport, think paintbalJ without the MITCHELL bruises. Laser skirmish is a lot like a LIVE version of counter-strike with a strong

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and a hat to which two sensors are attached (one at th€! front, one at the back) to carry onto the battle field. Players then battle through a series of mi.litary style combat situations such as VIP escort, Capture the flag and Wipe out.

Price: $10 per person

Duration: 2.5 hours plus a free BBQ at the conclusion

When: Tuesday 18th January 2011

This event will book up very quickly,

Please register by Friday' z" January 2011.

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which are designed to simulate real life as closely as possible, This means that each weapon has different specifications including range, weight, clips size and reload time. This variety means that tactics become a much bigger part of the game than other indoor laser games where all players have the same weapon,

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For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc.vic.gov.au See attached Information sheet and please complete the registration form.

Laser Skirmish Registration Form

Full payment of $10.00 is required to be made via internet banking to Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Inc. By Friday 7th January 2011.

BSB: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: Skirmish and your name

If you do not have access to the internet you can make a cash deposit into the above account and forward your receipt along with your name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Laser Skirmish 21st January

982 Main Rd

Hurstbridge 3099

97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace.net.au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Monday - Friday 12noon - 4.30pm,

NOTE: Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration. Please allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your confirmation.

Name __

Phone Mobile _

Email _

Preferred method of contact Phone/Mobile/Email (please circle)

Referral Card Number _

(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Please list any dietary needs (e.g. Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

Do you have any medical or other conditions (allergies/Phobias/Access needs/other special needs etc) we need to take in \to consideration for this event?

What's provided: Camouflage Overalls, BBQ Lunch and Soft Drink What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.

Laser skirmish

The ULTIMATE Adventure Game at Australia's Best Bush Field!

MITCHELL Laser skirmish is an outdoor combat team sport, think paintball without the

CornmunltyHealth bruises. Laser skirmish is a lot like a LIVE version of counter-strlke with a strong

emphasis on small unit tactics and leadership. Each player is given a laser tagger and a hat to which two sensors are attached (one at the front, one at the back) to carry onto the battle field. Players then battle through a series of military style combat situations such as VIP escort, Capture the flag and Wipe out .

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HlJRSTIlR1DGEINC Each player's laser tagger keeps track of the player's lives, shots in the clip and how many magazines a player has remaining, There is a range of laser tagger's which are designed to simulate real life as closely as possible. This means that each weapon has different specifications including. range, weight, clips size and reload time. This variety means that tactics become a much bigger part of the ~:tp~g~g~~~~~ game than other indoor laser games where all players have the same weapon.

Price: $10 per person

Duration: 2.5 hours plus a free BBQ at the coneluslcn

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When: Saturday 29th January 20ll This event will book up very quickly.

Please register by Friday 21st January 2011.

For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc .. vic.gov.au See attached information sheet and please complete the registration form.

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Full payment of $10.00 is required to. be made via internet banking to. Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Inc. By Friday 21st January 2011.

BSB: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: Skirmish and yeur name

If vou de net have access to. the internet yeu can make a cash deposit into. the above account and forward your receipt along with vour name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Laser Skirmish 21st January

982 Main Rd

Hurstbridge 3099

97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace.net.au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Menday - Friday 12neen - 4.30pm,

NOTE: Registratiens will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration. PI.ease allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your cenflrmation.

Name _

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Email _

Preferred method of contact Phene/Mebile/Email (please circle)

Referral Card Number

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(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Please list any dietary needs (e.g. Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

De vou have any medical or ether conditions (allergies/Phebias/Access needs/ether special needs etc) we need to. take in \te consideration fer this event?

What's provided: Cameuflage Overalls, BBQ Lunch and Soft Drink What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.

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Community Health

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Skydive Nagam e

When: Jump 1- Saturday 30th January 2011 Jump 2 - Sunday 19th February 2011

$50 per head for Men, Families and Friends from ushfire affected comm unities

What's included:

• Bus transport from Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge to and from

Nagambie

• Tandem Skydive with Skydive Nagambie

• Breakfast on arrival

• Celebratory BBQ lunch in Nagambie after Skydiving

• An extraordinary lifetime experience

Numbers are limited so get your registration in before they are booked out. REGISTRATION AND DEPOSIT REQUIRED BY:

Jump 1 - 14th January 2011 Jump 2 - 11 th February 2011

For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc.vic.gov.au.See attached information sheet and please complete the registration form .

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Skydiving Registration FOlID.

Full payment of $50.00 is required to be made via internet banking to Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Inc.

Jump 1 by Friday 14th January or Jump 2 by Friday n" February 2011.

B$B: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: Jump 1 and your name

If you do not have access to the internet you can make a cash deposit into the above account and forward your receipt along with your name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Skydiving January 30 or February 19 982 Main Rd

Hurstbridge 3099

97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace.net.au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Monday - Friday 12noon - 4.30prri,

NOTE: Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration. please allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your confirmation.

Name

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Email _

Preferred method of contact Phone/Mobile/Email (please circle)

Phone Mobile __

Please list any dietary needs (e.g. Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

Referral Card Number _

(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Do you have any medical or other conditions (allergies/Phobias/Access needs/other special needs etc) we need to take in \to consideration for this event?

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.

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hat's Included

Bus will depart Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge at 7.30am, returning back to the centre at approx 5-S.30pm. Car parking is available at the school across the road or next door at the Community Hall. Alternatively bus may pick up enroute. This is dependant on participant bookings

ANDEM SKYDIVIN

Tandem Skydive from 14,000 feet

All participants must weigh under 100kg

DVD or Stills is an additional $115 'per person or you can purchase DVD and stills as a package for an additional $140 .

Breakfast on arrival

Tandem Skydiving between approx 9 -1pm

Celebratory Lunch in Nagambie before heading home

• You will be jumping with a team of highly experienced skydivers: Collectively our team has been awarded over forty five Australian Championship Gold Medals. Members of the team hold several Australian Skydiving records, and include three World Champions. More recently five members of the team received the Australian Sports Medal from the Prime Minister himself.

• The longest free fall time in Victoria: We jump from 14,000 feet out of Victoria's largest jump plane. Not only do we go the highest but we can take 17 people at a time so you have a greater chance of jumping with your friends.

• We are certified to jump through cloud: We have met CASA's stringent requirements to allow us to conduct skydiving operations through cloud.

• We are open 7 days a week: - skydive any day you want. Our instructors and pilots live on site and are always keen and ready to jump.

• Better weather conditions: Being nestled on the northern side of the Great Dividing Range affords a natural shield against the elements.

• We guarantee the highest level of safety for our aircraft, equipment and staff: Skydive Nagambie has affiliation and approval from the Australian Parachute Federation, Victorian Parachute Council and the Civil Aviation Authority. Audits and inspections occur on a regular basis.

What should I wear?

Comfortable casual clothes, shorts in summer and jeans or tracksuit pants in winter. We will provide you with a pair of skydiving pants or a jumpsuit to weal' over your clothes, You may also want to bring a long sleeve t-shirt or sweatshirt, Closed in shoes are a must, sneakers or HUllers that lace up firmly are preferable (no hooks). Most importantly don't forget to wear a big smilel

Are there age limits?

Yes, the minimum age for tandem skydiving in Australia is 14 years of age and solo skydiving is 16 years of age. Any person wishing to partake in skydiving who is under 18 years of age needs their parent or guardian's permission.

What are the physicalrequirements?

You need to be a generally healthy human being with an average fitness level. Our weight limits for either an AFF Body Flight jump or a Tandem jump is 100kgs.

If you are close to these weight limits, then feel free to call us for more information.

How much time should I allow for my skydive?

You should allow half a day. It generally does not take this long, but sometimes we get put on hold by air traffic control or the weather.

What time will we be jumping?

The time you are booked in is your arrival time. When you arrive you need to complete some paperwork and then you are assigned to a load. We do our best to keep the day running smoothly but sometimes we are held up due to unforeseen circumstances. These include weather holds; there are certain wind and cloud conditions that we are unable to skydive in. Ail' Traffic Control also have a say in when and where we can fly, sometimes we can be put on hold for up to 15 minutes, if this happens a couple of times in one day we can run behind. Safety is of the utmost importance to us and if we have to wait on the ground for half an hour to ensure your safety, then we will.

Can I get nVD or photos of my skydive?

Yes, you can get both. There are a number of options available.

Can one camera person film my skydive, and a friend's skydive at the same time?

We can include your friends in the ground footage, and the interview taken in the aircraft. When you exit the aircraft you will be leaving about 30 seconds apart from one another and although our camera flyers are good, they can't cover that much sky and produce a DVD that meets our high standards.

Can my friends and I all go up' in the same plane?

That all depends on how many friends you have doing their skydive, and which aircraft we are using on the day of your booking. Our PAC XL can take up to four tandems with dedicated DVD and photos. If you have a larger group, then it is not a problem, we will group you as you wish and you can watch each other take off and land safely in am grassed landing area.

Is skydiving safe?

At Skydive Nagarnbie safety always comes first, fun comes in a close second. Our instructors are APF accredited and highly experienced; our equipment is maintained to higher than recommended standards and all our crew abide by our stringent safety regulations.

Skydiving is an extreme sport, and like any extreme sport there is a certain amount of risk involved. All incidents, as small as they may seem are reported to the Australian Parachute Federation. Last years statistics stated that 1 in 10,000 skydives resulted in accident or injury. Compared with the statistics for registered cars in reported accidents in Victoria being 9.8% the most dangerous part of your day is going to be driving to the drop zone!

Is it normal to be nervous?

Yes, it is absolutely normal to feel nervous. Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is not something that normal people do every day. You are about to freefall towards Earth at speeds in excess of220 kph from over 4.5 kilometres up, if your adrenaline isn't pumping, then I think we had better check for a pulse! You will arrive nervous and maybe even a little scared, but by the time you leave you will be feeling ten foot tall and bullet proof!

What happens if I am afraid of heights?

Believe it or not, a good percentage of skydivers and pilots are afraid of heights. From 14,000 ft up you will not experience vertigo like you would climbing a ladder or standing on top of a building.

What happens if I get up there and I chicken out?

This does not happen very often. Our instructors are highly professional and are trained to deal with these situations. Most people who skydive have thought about it, and it is something they want to do. When it is time to exit the aircraft. it all happens so quickly you won't even have time to think about it. Remember, the only free part of skydiving is freefall,

What does freefall feel like?

It is the closest a human can get to flying and no words could do it justice! When you enter freefall you are accelerated by gravity so you will not experience the stomach lurches associated with roller coasters .. Freefall is something that has to be experienced to be believed, it is definitely the fifth element.

Can I talk in freefall?

You can speak in freefall, but nobody will hear you. The sound you will hear in freefall is a white noise; imagine sticking your head out the window of a car travelling at 230 kph.

What happens if I get motion sickness?

It is very rare that anyone is sick in freefall. If you are prone to motion sickness eat a light breakfast or lunch at least an hour before your booking time .. If you do start to feel queasy under canopy, let your tandem instructor know'

How long will I be in freefall for?

Skydiving with us from 14,000ft gives you the longest freefall time in Australia - 60 seconds freefall time, as compared with 35 seconds whenjumping from 10,000ft at other Skydiving centres

How fast will I be going in freefall?

The terminal velocity (maximum fall rate) of a single person in freefall is approximately 120 mph or 230 kph. A tandem will fall faster than this but is slowed down to regular terminal velocity by the release of a small stabilising parachute called a drogue.

Does it hurt when the parachute opens?

You will feel a slight jolt as the canopy opens, but as long you put all your important parts out of the way when your tandem instructor is gearing up you will be fine.

How long will I be under the parachute?

All of the tandem skydi ves have the same canopy ride. Your tandem instructor will deploy your parachute at approximately 5,500 feet. This will give you about 5 minutes to soak up the spectacular views of Nagambie as you fly around under canopy.

What happens if my parachute doesn't work?

All skydiving rigs (the backpack thing and all its bits!) are equipped with two parachutes by law. The main parachute is the one that gets used all the time. In the event that the main parachute is malfunctioning, the reserve parachute will be activated. In the event that no main parachute is deployed, all of our rigs are equipped with an automatic activation device (AAD) that will deploy the reserve parachute.if you are still in freefall at a certain height.

How hard is the landing?

As a tandem student you will be instructed to lift your legs up in front of you so your tandem instructor can touch the ground first. If you don't land on your feet, you will glide in on your bottom and the landing impact is just like stepping off of a chair or a step.

How are we regulated?

Our sport is regulated by the Australian Parachute Federation (APF) who work under the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The APF have specific Operational Regulations and a Code of Ethics that we as members of the APF agree to abide by. The APF conducts regular safety audits of all skydiving operations in Australia.

Why jump from a good ail-plane?

Freefall is one of the biggest adrenaline rushes you could experience and once your parachute opens your whole experience does a 180 degree turn, it is so quiet and peaceful as you fly along under your parachute. It is something that you have to try to understand and it can truly be a life changing experience. It is a whole load of fun and without a doubt, the best way to see Nagambie.

Still got some questions? Please feel free to contact us 57941466 Skydive Nagambie. www.skydivenagambie.com and someone will be able to answer your question for you!

Summer is here and its time for you and the kids (big and small!) to have fun and enjoy the magnificent Funfields Park , in Whittlesea!

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Why not sign up to a day of fun, activity, smiles and excitement at Whittlesea's premier entertainment attraction.

When: Saturday 26th February 2011

Where: Funfields 2365 Plenty Road Whittlesea1 Vic 3757 Cost: $20.00 for a Family of 4, or $5.00 for individuals What's included: Entry to park, unlimited rides, lunch and a whole , heap of fun! '

. Numbers are strictly limited and this event wiU book up very quickly.

Please reqlster FridaylSth ebrua 2 ,11

For bookings and more information please Email mensgetaways@dpc.vic.qov.au See attached information sheet and please complete the registration form.

Funfields Whittlesea Registration Form

Full payment of $5.00 per person is required to be made via Internet banking to Bushfi re Su pport Centre H urstbridge I nc by Fri day 11th February 2011.

BSB: 633-000 Account Number: 137647343 REFERENCE: Funfields and your name

If you do not have access to the internet you can make a cash deposit into the above account and forward vourrecelpt along with your name to:

Bushfire Support Centre Hurstbridge Funfields Park Whittlesea

982 Main Rd

Hurstbridge 3099

97182759

Email: hurstbridgereliefcentre@netspace.net.au

Alternatively please drop in your payment. Open hours are Monday - Friday 12noon - 4.30pm,

NOTE: Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. Placements will be confirmed on a first come basis of both payment and registration. Please allow at least one week from time of payment and registration for your confirmation.

Name

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Phone Moblle __

Email

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Preferred method of contact Phone/Moblle/Emall (please circle) ,

Referral Card Number _

(Or alternative evidence of entitlement to attend this event)

Please list any dietary needs (e.g. Vegetarian, Celiac etc)

Do you have any medical or other conditions (allergies/Phobias/Access needs/other special needs etc) we need to take in \to consideration for this event?

What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water, fully enclosed footwear.