Dukhan Newsletter Open Invitation to all Dukhan Community….. Come along and support the Qatari team in the 2015 Handball World Championship Game: Qatar v Belarus Date: Friday, 23rd January Location: Lusail Multipurpose Complex - Entry via North Gate nos. 3&4 (Lusail City, between Qatar University roundabout and Sumaisma bridge) Arrive Early - Limited Seats Available Free access to game before 6pm - Gates open at 5pm Transportation from Dukhan not included. In Dukhan Cooking tips for this week - by Mrs. J Cloth Eggs: The simplest way to tell is an egg is fresh it to observe it's shell. If it's rough and chalky, it's fresh. If it's smooth and shiny, it's old. You can also place an egg in cold salted water. If it sinks, it's fresh. If it floats, it's old. To tell if an egg is hard boiled or raw, spin it. A hard-boiled egg will spin smoothly. A raw egg will wobble. It is easier to separate eggs when they are cold. Milk: Rinse the pan with cold water before boiling milk to prevent sticking. Oil For Frying: To effectively strain debris from used cooking oil, use a coffee filter placed in a funnel. DRC Yoga Classes Sundays & Wednesdays, 5:00pm - 6:30pm Charges: - QR. 50/- (drop in class) QR. 400/- (10 classes) QR. 700/- (20 classes) Note: - New students can take the first class free. Ladies Nights at the poolside: Timings 4:00pm until 9:00pm On Sundays and Tuesdays Swimming lessons: Register at the Reception for QR. 100/- per month. Important Note: Parents are responsible for the behaviour of their children whilst they are on Club premises. DRC will not be held responsible for the loss of any personal belongings within the Club premises. JRC NOTICE Replacement of existing floor tiles at the main entrance of JRC with anti-slippery tiles is scheduled from Thursday (22/01/2015) - Any inconvenience caused is regretted. On Mondays & Thursdays From 4:00pm to 6:00pm SWIMMING LESSONS For Boys on Sundays & Wednesdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm For Girls on Mondays from 3:00pm to 7:00pm and Thursdays from 3:00pm to 6:00pm LADIES SWIMMING POOL TIMING Swimming Pool Ladies Only Timing has been suspended temporarily until the end of March 2015. Timing will be reverted to the existing from April 2015. JRC TABLE TENNIS COACHING Coaching will resume from the 1st week of February 2015. On Tuesdays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm & Fridays from 10:00am to 12:00 Noon Fees: QR. 200/- Month Registration accepted at JRC Reception, Tel: 4014-2512/4014-2515 JRC BINGO On Wednesday, 28/01/2015 at 7:00pm at Black Gold Hall Charges: QR. 10/- Ticket Please register at JRC Reception before 5:00pm on Tuesday 27/01/2015 Tel: 4014-2512/4014-2515 DGC The 19th Dukhan Team Invitational Friday 16.01.2015 The Clubs flagship competition was held last week with well over 100 golfers gathered from all over the land. There were many nerve wrecking moments. Will the club house be ready? Will the weather be kind? Will the never relenting winds ease and give us all a break? Will there be enough funding for all the prizes? On the day the winds were calm the club house looked excellent, and all was well thanks to the huge efforts of so many people. Al Mana, Al Waha both worked tirelessly to present the club and viewing area in the way they did. QP’s IFC Catering ,gift bags, IFM for driving the contractors to the limit, FSL transport for assisting with taxies, FSM for the loan of the generator, Medical services for their support and presence all day in case they were required but thankfully all went well. The sponsors, thanks to all who donated towards the prizes. The winners of the 19th Dukhan Team Amwaj under the guidance of IFC and Chef Bandara. Security for their help at the Invitational gate with the visitors, golfers, sponsors & suppliers. The course boys and Chris did all work hard to present the course in as good a shape as possible. The club house staff who worked all hours to make it a day to remember. One person that made all possible with his dogged determination and commitment. That person is Monico. The unsung hero of the whole event. If you would have looked at the clubhouse a few days before you would’ve thought never in a month of Sundays. But we did it. The volunteers girls and boys for all the help on both Thursday & Friday. The score board guys & galas well as help in the office with the score cards. Not forgetting the Drawing office who printed the score board sheets. The committee members: Vice President, Treasurer, Captain, Vice-Captain, Course Member, The social committee who mucked in with volunteers on Thursday. All under the guidance Of the President Hussaim Al Mutawa. Runners up: Suzairi Bin Suhaimi, Jemat Bin Oh yea and I helped a bit here and there. Idi & Tarmizi Bin Wan Muda Now to the golf. There were 38 teams entered. Out of a total of 114 golfers, there were 3 no shows. The best no show of all were the wind and the fog. This meant that we couldn’t have wished for a better day. But all the same, the tension and nerviness was there by the bucket. However, Dukhan golfers were on song and all top four positions went to the local golfers. In forth and with a total of 145 score was the team of Ashok Bhutani, Debashis Roy and Hamka Bin Suleiman. Third position went the DES team of Joe Paleotti, Martyn Kilburn & Scott John with a score of 144. Runners up and scoring 143 nett was the team of Jemat Bin Idi, Suzairi Bin Suhaimi & Tarmizi Bin Wan Muda. The winners of the 19th Dukhan Team Invitational was the team of Graham Farrow, Millie Farrow & Rob Hixson. Scoring a total score of 140 nett. Congratulations to all our winners and to all those involved in this success story. This week’s Competition There will be no competition this week due to the Qatar Masters Golf in Doha. Players are encouraged to complete their Double & singles games if possible dur- Third Place: Scott John, Martyn Kilburn ing this quieter period. & Joe Paleotti Forthcoming Events The Baker Hughes Stableford Competition Friday 30.01.2015. Mixed. Sign-up sheets on the notice board. Invitation to new members We are pleased to welcome golfers and non-golfers to come along and join DGC, a place for the whole family to enjoy a day out. Membership forms are available in the Clubhouse. DWS Social evening is arranged for 27 January 2015 Swimming pool is temporarily closed for annual maintenance Social Card Evening every Monday and Wednesday Regular Sailing or Races every Tuesday 15:30 Regular diving every weekend Open Beach Volleyball tournament on 28 February 2014 The Beach volleyball/football stadium is now open Available to book for general practice and games Booking and information contact DWS Reception No show for booking of Club Function will be charged at full cost DWS On Tuesday 20th January a football tournament was held at the DWS football pitch for boys in years 7-9. The games were played with competitive spirit and with good sportsmanship. The eventual winners were the Barcelona team, who won a tight game in the final. Goal of the tournament was scored by Bejad Rajab and Man of the tournament was Shaad Vahab Prizes were distributed by Mr. Derek Lyon from Dukhan English School and DWS committee member Nigel Hoyle. DFC Circuit Training: Sunday & Tuesday at DFC from 5pm to 6pm & Tuesday at JRC From 5pm to 6pm (Free Sessions) Any questions, please ask at the DFC Reception. Boxing: (Free sessions every Thursday) from 6pm to 7pm Maximum attendance is 12. Yoga classes: Monday & Wednesday for ladies from 5pm to 6pm @ JRC (40142512) Sunday & Tuesday mixed class from 4pm to 5pm @ DFC (44717767) Fee: QR. 125/- Month (Payable in advance). Zumba: (Free sessions) Monday & Wednesday from 5pm to 6pm @ DFC. Aerobics: Sunday & Tuesday 3pm to 4pm at DFC (Mixed) 4pm to 5pm @ JRC (Ladies Only) QR. 5/- Per class. One day indoor Biathlon: Competition date 18 January 2015 till 2 February 2015 at DFC Registration closed on 17 January 2015. DES Ghaya, Al Dana and Abdulrahman enjoy reading Arabic books. (Oman & Qatar) I’m seven and I love my country! - Jefran (Qatar) Nadreen (Sudan), Firdaous (Morocco), Amriam (Tunisia), Alaa (Sudan) Shouq and Bashayir—Year 8 (Qatar) Najoud—Year 5 Jordan Fatima (Egypt), Razan (Egypt), Hissa (Qatar) Nadreen, Samah and Alaa—Year 10 (Sudan) KS2 Cake Bake KS2 Cake Bake had to take place at the sunny corner of the P block due to strong wind. We are pleased to say that we totally sold out all the cakes and every pupil had a cake. Our headmaster Derek Jones couldn’t resist the delicious cakes which were baked by the amazing parents of DES. We would like to thank everybody who sent amazing cakes to help us to raise money for DESCAT. We couldn’t have done without your help! The Menu Friday LUNCH Saturday DINNER LUNCH DINNER STARTERS STARTERS LAMB & ORZZO SOUP VEGETABLE BROTH SOUP CHICKEN BROTH SOUP LEEK & POTATO WITH CHICKEN SOUP TOMATO SOUP LAMB & JERRISH SOUP CREAM OF VEGETABLE SOUP SOUT TOMATO SOUP SALAD BUFFET SALAD BUFFET SALAD BUFFET SALAD BUFFET HOT MEZZAH/COLD CUTS HOT MEZZAH/COLD CUTS HOT MEZZAH/COLD CUTS HOT MEZZAH/COLD CUTS MAIN COURSE MAIN COURSE GRILLED SHERRY FISH CRUMB FRIED CHANAD BATTER FRIED HAMOUR FISH GRILLEED HAMOUR CHUNKS CLEOPATRA CHICKEN BIRIYANI BAKED CHICKEN WITH POTATO & ONION CHICKEN KHORMA CHICKEN MOUGLAI BEEF KUNG PAO GRILLED BEEF STEAKS LAMB WASLA BBQ LAMB KEBAB & LAMB KOFTA SIDE DISHES & VEGETABLES SIDE DISHES & VEGETABLES VEGETABLE BIRIYANI RICE/ WHITE RICE WASLA RICE WASLA RICE/WHITE RICE VEGETABLE PULAO RICE FRENCH FRIED POTATO WHITE RICE WEDGES POTATO WHITE RICE BAKED MACARONI POTATO CHIPS FETUCCINE PRAWN SAUCE POTATO CHIPS FRESH VEGETABLE MORNEY CABBAGE ROLLS WITH MUTTON MINCE SAUTEED VEGETABLE SPAGHETTI BOLOGNAISE CABBAGE FRESH COCONUT MALLUM ARABIC SALONA SABJI BHAJI ARABIC SALONA VEGE MALAI CURRY INDIAN VEGETABLE CABBAGE POTATO CURRY INDIAN VEGETABLE FASOLIYA BROCCOLI CARROT & GREEN PEA MIXED VEGETABLE CHAPATHI DHAL CURRY PAROTA DAL CURRY DHAL FRY SELECTION OF DHAL FRY DESSERT SELECTION OF DESSERT SALEM ABU AKTA Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday The Devil’s Hand PK Salem Abu Akta Cousins Rating: 15+ Rating: PG-13 Rating: +15 Rating: G 26/01/2015 27/01/2015 28/01/2015 30/01/2015 P. K. is a comedy of ideas about a stranger in the city, who asks questions that no one has asked before. They are innocent, child-like questions, but they bring about catastrophic answers. People who are set in their ways for generations, are forced to reappraise their world when they see it from PK's innocent eyes. In the process PK makes loyal friends and powerful foes. Mends broken lives and angers the establishment. P. K.'s childlike curiosity transforms into a spiritual odyssey for him and millions of others. The film is an ambitious and uniquely original exploration of complex philosophies. It is also a simple and humane tale of love, laughter and letting-go. Finally, it is a moving saga about a friendship between strangers from worlds apart.
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