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Minutes of 13th October : Chris Boddington

Club Assembly this week was a busy one with reports from Directors & Project Coordinators.
1   Australia Day Update (President Brian Ashe attended WCC Meeting).
Lord Mayor paying for a better PA System.   Lee Kramer & Howard & Sons Fireworks contractors using local contractor to ensure both timely & loud firing of the guns.  Illawarra Pipe Band confirmed.  Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbery also lined up.  Michael Howe will speak.  Battery Park booked & Police application for Australia Day March in progress.

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President Brian’s Report for 20th Oct, 2017

President’s Report No 11  I was impressed by the enthusiasm shown by the Board Members at the meeting on Tuesday evening. There was a lot of commitment to take on some new carefully chosen projects, but more of that later. Elaine DeVries has accepted responsibility for our first Bunnings BBQ and with help from our members.  I am sure it will go well. Information has been sent through to Kevin Browning to organise for a…

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Minutes 6th Oct Meeting : Chris Boddington

Apologies:  Isla Bowen & Michael Yabsley,  Carol Jeffs, Elaine Hart, Wyn Janssen, Paul McKenna, Peter Rixon, Edith & Ian Wilson. Birthdays:  Peter DeVries Dates for the Diary: 1.  TAFE Halloween Dinner (tickets $40p/p from www.wollongongtickets.com.au) – Wed 25 October (Contact Tony McAdam) 2.  Christmas Raffle 2017 (Coordinator Rowan Huxtable).  Rowan announce that raffle ticket books are printed & available for members.  This year we have two main venues The Lifeline Book Fair & Kembla Grange Races.  The Raffle sellers…

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Minutes of 29th September Meeting : Wyn Janssen

President:          Brian Ash Sergeant:            David Swan Visitors:              Di North,  Governor Stephen Britten, Stephanie Britten (Stephen’s daughter who was deputising for his wife Jane, who couldn’t make it today due to work commitments). Apologies:          Michael & Isla, Peter Rixon, Robyn Fanning, John Bilboe (celebrating 55 years married, Elain Devries and Carol Jeffs. Loyal Toast:        Stephen Swan Birthdays:           Nil PRESENTATIONS Di North (District Governor 2019/2020 elect) Di spoke on…

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President Brian’s Report 6.10.17

Hi All This is the best I can do as I am in Thredbo on an iPad! Just to reflect on last week’s meeting,  we had our District Governor, Stephen Britten and his daughter Stephanie come along and give us the “Dreams” of Stephen for his year.  Stephen also told us of his wife Jane and her projects for the year. Mad Hat Day is this Friday 6 October and I encourage all members to…

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Christmas Raffle Roster

Folks its time to start making the roster for Christmas raffle ticket selling. The dates and time slots are: LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 8:45 – 12 FRI 20-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 12:00 – 3:00 FRI 20-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 3:00 – 5:15 FRI 20-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 8:45 – 12:00 SAT 21-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 12:00 – 3:00 FRI 21-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 3:00 – 5:15 FRI 21-Oct LIFELINE BOOK FAIR 8:45 – 12:00 SUN 22-Oct…

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President’s Report No 8

This week started with a very good Club Assembly with some 24 members in attendance and there was good discussions on a number of topics. The Raffle meeting recommended that ticket prices be raised to $5.00 per ticket and after debate it was agreed to raise the price to $5.00. Carol Jeffs then spoke on a project that she thought the Club could get behind and that was the giving of an Illawarra Flame Tree…

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MINUTES: Club Meeting of 15.9.17

ROMAC Raffle Tickets (Sue Clarke). Club has purchased 5 tickets @ $20 each. If one of these tickets is the winner, the prize (3 nights at new Sofitel Hotel In Sydney) will be donated to a worthy community member.
Clean Up Australia Rowan Huxtable provided a report on Clean Up Day at Puckeys Estate. Plenty of plastic was removed from the environment.

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President’s Report No 7 : President Brian

I started this week with a meeting with Michael Hough, Greg Scott (Historian) and Fiona Reynolds (National Trust) about the Battery on Cliff Road.  The main themes were what problems we have had with Council and how those difficulties could be overcome, how we could all work together to enable more strength and what other activities could be done if any in the future.  I have also signed off and returned the signed copy on…

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