Georges on the Park caters for weddings, dinners, birthday parties, awards nights, private functions and conference meetings.
President John McCann provides an overview of happenings in 2020, and looks ahead to 2021.
*Photo courtesy of Getty Images
The Glenorchy RSEA Magpies are delighted to welcome Darrean Wyatt to KGV.
Wyatt, a 203cm utility, started his senior football career as a Collingwood rookie, before playing in the VFL with Frankston and Coburg, where he was coached by Magpies mentor Paul Kennedy.
The Clarence Glenorchy and Launceston Football Clubs are strongly committed to maintaining high-level women's football in Tasmania.
Following AFL Tasmania's decision to cease operating the Tasmanian State League Women (TSLW), our three clubs are now investigating all options to maintain a high-level women's competition, both on an interim basis for 2021 and a sustainable long-term basis beyond.
Captain Josh Arnold has capped an incredible 2020 season by taking out his first Roy Cazaly Medal as Best & Fairest of the senior side.
Arnold started 2020 by being elevated to the position of co-captain, after six years as Brayden Webb's deputy, then produced a scintilating season across half-back to earn his first TSL Team of the Year selection.
That form was duly reflected in the club's Best & Fairest polling, with Arnold receiving votes in every game, and remarkably topping the voting six times in the 12-game season.
A long-time club contributor has been rewarded for a remarkably selfless 2020 with the prestigious Danny Ling Medal as the Glenorchy District Football Club's best clubman.
When the community called out for help during the initial stages of COVID, the club answered emphatically, and Leigh McAdam was an enormous part of that response.
Leigh stepped up to pack food hampers at Foodbank Tasmania, deliver food parcels for the West Moonah Community Centre and then added to his huge contributions by also doing food deliveries for the Migrant Resource Centre, who are located at KGV.