Car 61s Japanese Cooking Class

Japanese Cooking Class by Hiroko Sugimoto

Learn how to make Sushi Rolls!

Sushi Roll or Maki is an easy type of Sushi that anyone can make at home. With some key tips of Maki making, you can roll your own Sushi Rolls using your own choice of ingredients. In this class, you will learn key tips of Sushi Roll making, how to prepare the rice and other ingredients as well as how to roll and cut the Sushi Rolls. You will also make a Japanese vegetable dish using locally available ingredients.

Dates: Starting from 2nd November 2019

Book through any Team 61 team members or Shejal – 0733 949 623 or Nicksha – 0722 361 000

Entering the 2020 Rhino Charge

Count down to entries opening
for “New Charge Teams”

This year there is a new category “New Charge Teams” at KES 0.3 million pledge level which opens 1st October 2019 and is detailed below for teams that have not taken part as competitors in the Rhino Charge before.

There will be up to ten (10) places, if unclaimed within the limit of 65 entries, available to “New Charge Teams” which meet the following criteria: 

  1. The car must be in the “unmodified” category;
  2. A maximum of one (1) experienced charger will be allowed within the team. An experienced charger is somebody who has participated in a previous Rhino Charge from 2016 onward as a competitor within a team;
  3. The pledge level for “New Charge Teams” is KES 300,000/= which must be met in full before the Pre-event Briefing on 1st May 2020.

If you are eligible to enter under the pledge level for “New Charge Teams” please find the 2020 Rules and Regulations0.3m Pledge Form and Entry Form

1st October 2019 also opens the KES 0.75 million pledge level for the 2020 Rhino Charge for teams that have previously competed.

If you are entering the Rhino Charge at the KES 0.75m pledge level please find the 2020 Rules and Regulations0.75m Pledge Form and Entry Form

Please download and fill the relevant forms in if you are planning to pledge and come to the KWS Headquarters in Nairobi on 1st October 2019.

You need to provide the following:

  • Fully completed entry form;
  • Fully completed pledge form;
  • Copy of the insurance and logbook for your vehicle;
  • If you do not have insurance and logbook yet, you must write a commitment that you will provide it in time;
  • Payment of KES 60,000 (KES 20,000 Entry Fee and KES 40,000 Advance Sponsorship). You can do this by cheque or Paybill 855995.

Please read the Rules and Regulations for more information. 

If you have any questions or need further information please get in touch by emailing info@rhinocharge.or.ke

Car 5’s Scalextric Grad Prix

A fun-filled weekend full of racing from 11am at the Potting Shed in Karen 21st September 2019.

12 teams – 24 heats

  • 3 people in a team
  • 3000/- per team entry

Spectators

All spectators have free entry to enjoy the battle

Family fun

  • Bouncy Castle
  • Face painting
  • Model balloons
  • Lucky dip
  • Bar
  • Food
Fun Filled Day For All The Family

Contact Martin Haylock to book your team entry +254 721 646 583

It’s a knockout challenge

Come and have some fun, put your team together and know that you are helping the conservation of Kenya’s water towers while you enjoy!

5th October 2019 @ The Waterfront Karen

The battle commences at 09:00am

20,000KSKS per team

9 challenges

  • 2 water obstacles
  • 6 land battles
  • 1 final Armageddon showdown

30 teams

Of Max 6 people
Each team must have at least 2 female contenders
Prize for best fancy dress

Food & drinks

Family fete

Games, crafts and shops

Teams must register by 27th September 2019 Contact: 0727616304

You gotta be in it to win it…

New Rhino Charge Website

It’s HERE! Our NEW WEBSITE is now LIVE! We have been working around the clock to create a new website that works for our competitors, spectators and our sponsors!
There are loads of new features and information on the website so make sure you go and check it out…

Click on the link www.rhinocharge.co.ke

Rhino Charge 2019 in Why I Love Kenya Magazine

#RhinoCharge 2019 and we absolutely love this article that Why I Love Kenya magazine has done on this incredible event and the money it raises for the Rhino Ark Kenya Charitable Trust.

Here is a snippet from the article:

“The Rhino Charge is a conservation crusade in pursuit of a global eco-grail during which the competitors are doing much more than using their skill and judgement to navigate their way around 13 checkpoints in ten hours: they’re also raising money to save some of the planet’s most precious commodities: forests and water.

Life depends on water: water depends on forests. But forests now only cover around 7% of Kenya’s total land area, which is 3% less than that recommended by the United Nations. Forests are not only the lungs of the planet, but also the guardians of our future. In Kenya, the forests are estimated to harbour around half of the indigenous tree and shrub species, 40% of large mammals, 70% of threatened mammals, 30% of birds and 35% of butterflies. They also produce timber, fruit, medicine, fodder, domestic fuel and a livelihood for many thousands of forest-dependent people while laying down fossil fuels for the future, promoting rainfall, preventing drought, enriching the soil and preventing erosion.

The Rhino Charge event aims to raise funds to support the activities of the Rhino Ark Kenya Charitable Trust, a non-government organization committed to the conservation of the rhino population of the Aberdare National Park against the wider backdrop of conserving Kenya’s mountain range ecosystems, protecting her water catchment areas, reducing human versus wildlife conflict and promoting community harmony and prosperity.

Since its inception in 1989, the event has raised US dollars 15 million and built the world’s longest stretch of conservation fence.”

To read the whole article click on the link below.

https://whyilovekenya.com/WILK12/WILK_MAGAZINE_ISSUE_12.html

#RhinoCharge #Conservationheroes

Prize-giving for distance-related awards, auction of the Chairman’s Discretion Entry, preview of the Spirit of the Charge 2015

The Prize-giving ceremony for distance-related awards will take place at the Purdy Arms (61, Marula Lane, Karen) on 4th July 2015 with free entry and a cash bar for refreshments.

The programme is as follows:

  • 5:00pm – Prize-giving for distance related awards;
  • 5:45pm – Auction of the RC 2016 Chairman’s Discretion Entry;
  • 7:00pm – Preview of the film, “Spirit of the Charge 2015”.

The Auction of the Chairman’s Discretion Entry will be a unique opportunity to get an entry to the Rhino Charge 2016 for those who missed out on their entry on 1st July 2015 when all available entries were taken by 7:15am.

The rules of the Auction are as follows:

  • Minimum reserve & starting pledge is KES 1million;
  • Pledge increases on the reserve are in increments of KES 50,000;
  • No participation in the Auction by telephone will be allowed;
  • Winning pledge will have to (i) complete the 2016 entry form and the pledge form to suit pledge amount, (ii) pay the KES 2,000 entry fee, and (iii) pay the KES 38,000 advance sponsorship;
  • All other Rhino Charge rules apply.