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197203 [2015/01/09 05:24]
rachel [The Sydney Bushwalker, March 1972]
197203 [2015/01/09 05:27]
rachel [Membership Notes]
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-=====  From the Editor  ===== +=====  From the EditorParting Shot  =====
-======  Parting Shot  =====+
  
 Because of time factors the March magazine necessarily falls between two stools. It is produced after the Annual Meeting, and so carries the name of the new Editor as well as (we hope) a complete list of the other incoming office bearers. But the initial moves towards the compilation of the March Issue obviously have to be taken by the retiring team. Because of time factors the March magazine necessarily falls between two stools. It is produced after the Annual Meeting, and so carries the name of the new Editor as well as (we hope) a complete list of the other incoming office bearers. But the initial moves towards the compilation of the March Issue obviously have to be taken by the retiring team.
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-======  The February General Meeting  ======+=====  The February General Meeting  =====
  
  
-Coming after the surprisingly well-attended January get-together, we could marshal only about 30 people (less at the outset) for February’s business meeting. Three new members were welcomed, Paul Harmata, Bernard Rostron, and Bob Hodgson, and another, Valerie Hannaford was named, but not present. During the course of the meeting it was made known that the cloth badges for attachment to packs, clothes, etc. were now available at 85c. per flannel flower.\+Coming after the surprisingly well-attended January get-together, we could marshal only about 30 people (less at the outset) for February’s business meeting. Three new members were welcomed, Paul Harmata, Bernard Rostron, and Bob Hodgson, and another, Valerie Hannaford was named, but not present. During the course of the meeting it was made known that the cloth badges for attachment to packs, clothes, etc. were now available at 85c. per flannel flower.
  
 Preliminaries were disposed of quickly: no one disputed the January minutes, or wanted to bring up any matters arising: and the Secretary expressed regrets that the correspondence had not been brought in, but outlined the significant items - none of great moment. The Treasurer filled us in with financial matters, and told us the end of the Club year on January 31st saw $791 in kitty. A few questions were posed as to whether some of this should be invested, and it was explained that we already had something in bonds, and received interest on the Club’s special cheque account. Preliminaries were disposed of quickly: no one disputed the January minutes, or wanted to bring up any matters arising: and the Secretary expressed regrets that the correspondence had not been brought in, but outlined the significant items - none of great moment. The Treasurer filled us in with financial matters, and told us the end of the Club year on January 31st saw $791 in kitty. A few questions were posed as to whether some of this should be invested, and it was explained that we already had something in bonds, and received interest on the Club’s special cheque account.
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-======  Federation Jottings  ======+=====  Federation Jottings  =====
  
 by Heather Williams, by Heather Williams,
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-======  Journey through the Land of Altjira  ======+=====  Journey through the Land of Altjira  =====
 ====  Part II  ==== ====  Part II  ====
 Dot Butler Dot Butler
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-======  Fon Don’s Christmas Kosci Trip  ======+=====  Fon Don’s Christmas Kosci Trip  =====
 by Spiro Ketas by Spiro Ketas
  
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-======  The Genuine Cabbage Tree Hat  ======+=====  The Genuine Cabbage Tree Hat  ======
  
 (The following, which was published in the January, 1972, Newsletter of the Royal Australian Historical Society, has been forwarded by Mouldy Harrison as an item that might be of interest to walkers. Acknowledgements are due to the author, Earle Hooper of the Shoalhaven Historical Society, and the Royal Australian Historical Society.) (The following, which was published in the January, 1972, Newsletter of the Royal Australian Historical Society, has been forwarded by Mouldy Harrison as an item that might be of interest to walkers. Acknowledgements are due to the author, Earle Hooper of the Shoalhaven Historical Society, and the Royal Australian Historical Society.)
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-======  Minard Crommelin, M.B.E.  ======+=====  Minard Crommelin, M.B.E.  =====
 by Dorothy Lawry by Dorothy Lawry
  
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-======  Coming Walks  ======+=====  Coming Walks  =====
 Pat Harrison Pat Harrison
  
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-====  Officers appointed and positions filled at the Annual General Meeting, Wednesday, March 15, 1972.  ====+=====  Officers appointed and positions filled at the Annual General Meeting, Wednesday, March 15, 1972.  =====
  
 |__President__ |Bob Younger| |__President__ |Bob Younger|
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-======  Membership Notes  ======+=====  Membership Notes  =====
 by Geoff Mattingley by Geoff Mattingley
  
 For once, no new members were interviewed, by the Committee at its March meeting. However, we have sixteen new prospective members to welcome: For once, no new members were interviewed, by the Committee at its March meeting. However, we have sixteen new prospective members to welcome:
  
-Wendy Palmer, Sonja Hahn, Leslie Powell, Michael McCarthy, Jock Harming, Peggy Andrews, Jenny Hutton, Ray Dargan, Brian Hart, Lenel Moulds, Margaret Reid, Kathleen Tucker, Terry Robins, Chris Colmer, Kirk Thomson, Janet Thomson+  * Wendy Palmer,  
 +  * Sonja Hahn,  
 +  * Leslie Powell,  
 +  * Michael McCarthy,  
 +  * Jock Harming,  
 +  * Peggy Andrews,  
 +  * Jenny Hutton,  
 +  * Ray Dargan,  
 +  * Brian Hart,  
 +  * Lenel Moulds,  
 +  * Margaret Reid,  
 +  * Kathleen Tucker,  
 +  * Terry Robins,  
 +  * Chris Colmer,  
 +  * Kirk Thomson,  
 +  * Janet Thomson
  
 And now the usual warning to prospective members whose term is about to expire. The following people should ensure that they have completed their membership requirements by the end of April, ready to be interviewed by the committee at its May meeting: And now the usual warning to prospective members whose term is about to expire. The following people should ensure that they have completed their membership requirements by the end of April, ready to be interviewed by the committee at its May meeting:
-Margaret Merrotsy, Susan Hancock, John Ellis, Jim Gardner, Janet Studdert, Anne Finedon, Clifford Jones+ 
 +  * Margaret Merrotsy,  
 +  * Susan Hancock,  
 +  * John Ellis,  
 +  * Jim Gardner,  
 +  * Janet Studdert,  
 +  * Anne Finedon,  
 +  * Clifford Jones
  
  
-======  Federation Reunion (Tent City) 1972 - April 15-16.  ======+=====  Federation Reunion (Tent City) 1972 - April 15-16.  =====
  
 New and old members equally welcome. New and old members equally welcome.
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