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CurrySIG Tandoori Hut, 27 Bank St – Friday 15th January 12.30

The longest running Australian Computer Society  Special Interest Group..

First 2010  meeting of the CurrySIG
Date: Friday 15th January
Time: 12:30pm for 12.45pm

Venue:  Tandoori Hut,

27 Bank Street
Adelaide  S.A. 5000

If you would like to attend, contact me.

For Your Diary

Friday   12th February                 British India

Friday     12th March                            Maya Sweets

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South Australian Over 60’s Cricket Club AGM

Graham,

Suggested article for media:

The South Australian Over 60s Cricket Association is holding it’s Annual General Meeting at 7.30pm on Tuesday 7th September at Tiffins on the Park, Greenhill Road, Parkside.

Anyone interested in attending and/or playing Over 60s Cricket is invited to attend.

In addition to local fixtures, matches are played at Mt Gambier, Kangaroo Island and the Annual National Over 60s Cricket Carnival held in Melbourne each November.

A news clip in the Melbourne AGE from 2007 carnival.

http://cricket.com.au/default.aspx?s=newsdisplay&id=40163

Two of the Carnival teams have been listed in Wisdens Cricket Almanac.

http://victoria060.cricketvictoria.com.au/plugins/newsdisplay.cgi?rm=viewListing&plugin_data_id=66526&site_id=1578.

For further information, call Graham Horlin-Smith 08 8332 2991 or Peter Griffith 0408 832 891

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Duke Ellingtons “A” train is a real train

Duke Ellingtons “A” train is a real train on the New York  Subway.  It is the “fast” train  from Harlem (Manhattan) to Queens.

http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/pdf/tacur.pdf

Why was the “A Train” written?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/special_report/1999/04/99/duke_ellington/325798.stm

Duke and Ella

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhK-zYfFsIY

PG

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