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196004 [2016/01/20 22:06]
kennettj
196004 [2016/03/24 23:11] (current)
kennettj [At Our Annual General Meeting]
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 First debate of the evening centred round a motion by Ron Knightley that resigning Club members and members crossed off as unfinancial be not asked to return their badges unless the Committee felt that there was a specific reason for the return of the badge. Everybody (except Edna Garrad, who couldn'​t see why non-members should wear badges, and one other) thought this was a good idea. The other couldn'​t see why non-members should have badges either. It would particularly encourage that waster of Club workers'​ time - the badge hunter- and might embarrass the Club if people over whom the Club had no control but who wore its badge, acted contrary to its principles. First debate of the evening centred round a motion by Ron Knightley that resigning Club members and members crossed off as unfinancial be not asked to return their badges unless the Committee felt that there was a specific reason for the return of the badge. Everybody (except Edna Garrad, who couldn'​t see why non-members should wear badges, and one other) thought this was a good idea. The other couldn'​t see why non-members should have badges either. It would particularly encourage that waster of Club workers'​ time - the badge hunter- and might embarrass the Club if people over whom the Club had no control but who wore its badge, acted contrary to its principles.
  
-At the President'​s request the meeting stood and observed a short silence to honour the memory of a member who, in the short time he had belonged to the Club, had won the esteem of all who knew him. "We would go a long way", Jack said, "​before we found the like of Mike Peryman. On walks he couldn'​t help too much and had been a real friend to his Club mates.+At the President'​s request the meeting stood and observed a short silence to honour the memory of a member who, in the short time he had belonged to the Club, had won the esteem of all who knew him. "We would go a long way", Jack said, "​before we found the like of Mike Peryman. On walks he couldn'​t help too much and had been a real friend to his Club mates."
  
 There had, according to the Walks Secretary, been more goings on on walks. Frank Rigby'​s party, caught in the dark, had performed energetic gymnastics round the camp fire as stones exploded. The S.& R. weekend on the Colo had been attended by some 130 who had covered 100 yards of the roughest country in the State. Audrey Kenway'​s walk: had been white-anted by none other than David Ingram and the walk had, as a consequence,​ been done backwards. There had, according to the Walks Secretary, been more goings on on walks. Frank Rigby'​s party, caught in the dark, had performed energetic gymnastics round the camp fire as stones exploded. The S.& R. weekend on the Colo had been attended by some 130 who had covered 100 yards of the roughest country in the State. Audrey Kenway'​s walk: had been white-anted by none other than David Ingram and the walk had, as a consequence,​ been done backwards.
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-OFFICE+====== Office Bearers ======
  
 PRESIDENT: Ron Knightley\\ PRESIDENT: Ron Knightley\\
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