Kollege of Knowledge Kommittee for Kids Gentlemen’s Lunch: Photos Original Kollege of Knowledge Kommittee for Kids’ committee members with Michael Campbell-Jones, who has cystic fibrosis and was the inspiration for KKKK being formed. (Back) Merv Hicks, Noel Ryan and Michael Campbell-Jones. (Front) Tony Springett, Steve Boyd and Nick Campbell-Jones. Photos by Josh Bartlett
Horsley’s Carlo Bellinato, Jim Gilvarry of Wildes Meadow, Councillor Gary Turland and Bowral’s Adrian Thompson catch up at the gentlemen’s lunch.
Bowral pair Keith Young and John Griggs relax with Mittagong’s Paul Templeton.
Bowral’s John McDonald, Duncan James of Wollongong and Gooloogong’s Glenn McDonald.
Jason Deep, Stewart Maher and Andy Cooke, all of Bowral, give the gentlemen’s lunch a thumb’s up.
Bowral trio John Mulholland, Jamie Roberts and Wayne Jarvis, Mandemar’s Tracy Ingham and Brian Goodes, of Moss Vale.
Bowral’s John Davis chats with Sydney visitors Richard Cox and Mark Populin.
Bowral’s Mark Freund catches up with Jason Stokes, of Mittagong.
Nick Dyer of Glenquarry, Moss Vale’s Mark Pepping and Councillor Ian Scandrett.
Auctioneer Nick Johnson.
Auctioneer Nick Johnson points to the yellow budgie in the cage, which sold for $1100 in the auction.
Former Kollege of Knowledge Kommittee for Kids’ member Bruce Rowley, of Goulburn, with former treasurer Carl Phillips, of Burradoo. Mr Rowley and Mr Phillips helped out at the lunch.
Kollege of Knowledge Kommittee for Kids’ members Noel Ryan and Nick Campbell-Jones with Bowral’s Charlie Johns.
Comedian Darren Carr entertained the crowd on Friday.
Entertainer Darren Carr with ‘Daryl’ the dummy.
Entertainer Darren Carr uses Councillor Garry Turland for his ventriloquist act on Friday.
Bowral’s Reg Smith and Steve Pulbrook chat with Jim Gilvarry, of Wildes Meadow.
Rod Preston and Steve Pinczi, both of Bowral.
Close to 220 people attended Friday’s gentlemen’s lunch.
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