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199508 [2020/12/20 10:25]
joan [THE 1995 GAMMON RANGES EXPEDITION]
199508 [2020/12/20 11:00]
joan [The July General Meeting]
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 me too!\\ me too!\\
 I am looking for expressions of interest from club members who would like to join me in May 1996 walking in Kakadu National Park.\\ I am looking for expressions of interest from club members who would like to join me in May 1996 walking in Kakadu National Park.\\
-Please phone Lone Dean 9982 9866+Please phone Ione Dean 9982 9866
  
  
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 There were around 26, members present by 2006 so the president called them to order and began the meeting by calling for apologies. These there were for Ian Debert, Joy Hynes and Bill and Fran Holland. The minutes of the June general meeting were read and received with no matters arising. There were around 26, members present by 2006 so the president called them to order and began the meeting by calling for apologies. These there were for Ian Debert, Joy Hynes and Bill and Fran Holland. The minutes of the June general meeting were read and received with no matters arising.
 The welcome to new members saw a total of 8 new members come forward. They were: The welcome to new members saw a total of 8 new members come forward. They were:
-NAME ADDRESS HOME BUS. +^NAME ^ADDRESSHOMEBUS.^ 
-MS JANICE (JAN BROWN) 1 MALAIIIDE RD PENNANT HILLS 2120 484 3696687 2366 +|MS JANICE (JAN BROWN)MALAHIDE RD PENNANT HILLS 2120484 3696687 2366| 
-Ms MARYSIA (MISII) 35 GLEBE ST EDGECL1FF 2027 228 5829 +|Ms MARYSIA (MISHDEREWLANY |35 GLEBE ST EDGECLIFF 2027228 5829|363 0234 | 
-  363 0234  +|MR STEPHEN LILLIOJA5/9 CHELMSFORD RD WENTWORTHVILLE 2145688 1727|828 4577| 
-DEREWLANY   +|MS CATHRYN OLLIF8/43 ASHBURNER ST MANLY 2095| 9977 0990285 7839| 
-MR-STEPHEN LILLIOJA 5/9 CHELMSFORD RD WENTWORITIVILLE 2145 688 1727 828 4577 +|MR CHRISTOPHER POLESON165 EASTERN AVE KINGSFORD 2032663 2927752 1980| 
-MS CATHRYNOLLIF 8/43 ASIIBURNER ST MANLY2095 9977 0990 285 7839 +|MR JOHN POLESON|l GREYCLIFFE AVE. VAUCLUSE 2030337 5511 || 
-Maci IRISTOPHER POLESON 165 EASTERN AVE KINGSFORD 2032 663 2927 752 1980 +|MR MICHAEL SCHWARZ296 KISSING POINT RD TURRAMURRA 207444 2106547 2217| 
-MR JOHN pousoN Cl GREYCLIFFE AVE.VAUCLUSE 2030 337 5511  +|MR ROGER TREAGUS5/2 QUEENSCLIFF RD QUEENSCL1FF 20969905 1139795 5218|
-MR MICHAEL SCHWARZ 296 KISSING POINT RD TURRAMURRA 2074 44 2106 547 2217 +
-M'ROGER TREAGUS 5/2 QUEENSCLIFF RD QUEENSCL1FF 2096 9905 1139 795 5218+
 Other members who have recently joined are also welcomed, with their details as follows: Other members who have recently joined are also welcomed, with their details as follows:
-MR PETER DALTON MR FRANK DAVIS +|MR PETER DALTON56 EUROKA ST WAVERTON 2660 |9957 4907 |9955 8244| 
-MR ALLAN DONNELLY MR TED KELLY +|MR FRANK DAVIS|167 KARIMBLA RD MIRANDA 2228 |524 2661| | 
-MS MIRIAM KIRWAN MR SANDY LARSON MR PAUL MC CANN MS GAIL SICCARDI +|MR ALLAN DONNELLY| 6/36 ARTHUR ST NORTH SYDNEY 2231 |9955 2957| 217 3179| 
-MR 'JOHN SICCARDI +|MR TED KELLY|11 RAGLAN ST TURRAMURRA 2074 |44 2854| | 
-+|MS MIRIAM KIRWAN| 1 KURRABA RD NEUTRAL BAY 2089 |99661662| | 
-MR BILL SMALL WOOD MS LYNNE.YEAMAN MR WEIMAR TEM} +|MR SANDY LARSON| 4/8 CURZON ST RYDE 2112|809 4525| 749 1488| 
-56 EUROKA ST WAVERTON 2660 167 KARIMBLA RD MIRANDA 2228 6/36 ARTHUR ST NORTH SYDNEY 2231 11 RAGLAN ST TURRAMURRA 2074 1 KURRABA RD NEUTRAL BAY 2089 4/8 CURZON ST RYDE 2112 +|MR PAUL MC CANN| 4 CENTENNIAL CLOSE ARMADALE 2350|067 726156 | | 
-4 CENTENNIAL CLOSE ARMADALE 2350 10 TONGA CLOSE,GREENACRE2190 10 TONGA CLOSE GREENACRE 2190 43 ROSEDALE RD GORDON 2072 23/16 CARR ST WAVERTON 2060 3 ORCHARD RD CHATSWOOD 2067 +|MS GAIL SICCARDI|10 TONGA CLOSE GREENACRE 2190|759 1208| | 
-9957 4907 9955 8244 +|MR JOHN SICCARDI|10 TONGA CLOSE GREENACRE 2190|759 1208 |502 2633| 
-524 2661 +|MR BILL SMALL WOOD| 43 ROSEDALE RD GORDON 2072 |418 1446 |9979 7999| 
-9955 2957 217 3179 +|MS LYNNE YEAMAN| 23/16 CARR ST WAVERTON 2060 |9956 8886| 391 9268| 
-44 2854 +|MR WEIMAR TENG|3 ORCHARD RD CHATSWOOD 2067|411 8212417 6733
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-:99661662 + 
-809 4525 749 1488 +Correspondence saw a letter of thanks from Kath Brown (hi Kath) for the flowers the club sent her during a recent bout with some hospital or other. The Department of Gaming (or some entity with a name vaguely resembling that) has written demanding that we either take up or refuse their offer of an authority to hold games of chance for fund raising purposes. We have written declining the offer. We also received letters from the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre (KNC) regarding building security and a change of location for our cupboard, and from the Department of Mineral Resources responding in a passing way to the concerns we have expressed about damage to Bungonia Gorge by nearby mining activity. They responded in terms of our concern for the walking track rather than the gorge. Interesting! 
-067 726156 + 
-759 1208 +We sent letters to our new members and responded to the KNC letter. There was no business arising from the correspondence so in the absence of the treasurer we moved on to the Walks Reports. 
-759 1208 502 2633 + 
-418 1446 9979 7999 +The Walks Reports began with a couple of ring ins which had arrived too late for inclusion in last months report. Jim Rivers had 14 on his long weekend walk in Myall Creek, Jones Creek, Bullfrog Creek area. They enjoyed a diverse range of weathers and conditions but we have Jim's solemn word that they all enjoyed themselves. Errol Sheedy's day walk from Heathcote to Otford went with a party of 23 in sunny but breezy, conditions. 
-9956 8886 391 9268 +The weekend of 16, 17, 18 June could not be described as aunny but it was breezy, and quite cold. So much so that Bill Holland's Coolana training weekend for prospectives was relocated to Bill's place- out of the wind. Numbers varied over time but all agreed it was a marvellous time for the conditions. Zol Bodlay is reported to have had 16 on his orange grove walk in Marra Marra NP on the Saturday but there were no other details. Tony Crichton had 22 starters on his Pierces Pass walk and Geoff McIntosh reported 14 on his Waterfall to 0tford trip galloping along in sunny but breezy conditions and coming out early as a result. 
-411 8212 417 6733 + 
-Correspondence saw a letter of thanks from Kath Brown (hi Kath) for the flowers the dub sent her during a recent bout with some hospital or other. The Department of Gaming (or some entity with a name vaguely resembling that) has written demanding that we either take up Or refuse their offer of an authority to hold games of chance for fund raising purposes. We have written declining the offer. We also received letters from thc Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre (1C1\1C) regarding building security and a :change of location for our cupboard, and fro m the Department of Mineral Resources responding in a passing way to the concerns we have expressed about damage to Bungonia'Gorge by nearby mining activity. They responded in terms of our concern for the walking track rather than the gorge. interesting+Tom Wenman led a party of 10 in cool but fine conditions for his Megalong Valley Saturday morning start walk over the weekend of 24, 25 June. There were no details for stages 17 and 18 of Wilf Hilder's Great South Walk the same weekend. Of the day walks, there were no details for Morag Ryder's Blaxland to Glenbrook Saturday walk, Ian Debert had 17 on his Victoria Falls to Perrys Lookdown enjoying fine sunny conditions on the same day, and Greta James led 14 on her Evans Lookout to Bluegum and return walk on the SundayMaureen Carter cancelled her beach bludge weekend scheduled for 30 June, 1,2, July. Greta James led a patty of 9 on her trip to the magnificent Red Rocks of Newnes. They reported a scarcity of water but good days for the walk. 
-We sent letters to our new members and responded to the KNC letter. There was no business arising from the correspondence so in the absence of the treasurer we Moved on to the Walks Reports. + 
--PAGE 16 THE SYDNEY BUSH WALKER AUGUST 1995 +On Saturday Ken Smith led a party of 5 on his Jack Evans track walk and Eddy Giacomel conducted a hard to medium hard version of his Hornsby to Brooklyn and return cycle trip, it seems there were headwinds whichever way they were heading. Sunday saw Tony Crichton leading a party of 21 sprinters on his Otford to Bundeena trip. Some of the party even caught the 1600 ferry. There was a rumour that Steve Ellis's Sunday walk out from Carlons went, but there were no details. The exploration weekend at Coolana attracted 8 or so walkers over the weekend of 8, 9 July. Maurice Smith led the walks and reported the discovery of various natural wonders on the block. He also remarked on just how little of the total area we use on trips to Coolana. John Hogan's Saturday walk in the historical Parramatta precinct went with 15 starters and perfect weather. There was a minor problem with one of the attractions being closed on the Saturday but a well disposed guide who was in catching up on some paperwork solved that for the mob. Errol Sheedy's Sunday walk from Cronulla to Waterfall went to program in good weather with a party of 20. Alan Mewett reported a lovely day and some signs of fire damage to tracks for the 12 starters on his Mill Creek walk in Dharug NP. Ken Smith's sprint out along Narrowneck and back had 7 starters and was reported as a wonderful day. 
-The Walks Reports began with a couple of ring ins which had arrived too late for inclusion in last months report. Jim Rivers had 14 on his long weekend walk in Myall Creek, ,fg. Jones Creek, Bullfrog Creek area. They enjoyed a diverse range of weathers and conditions but we have Jim's solemn word that they all enjoyed themselves. Errol Sheedy's day walk from Heathcote to Otford went with a party of 23 in sunny but breezy, conditions. + 
-The weekeficrof 16, 17, 18 June could not be described as' Sunny but it Was breezy, and quite cold. So math so that Bill Holland's Coolana training weekend for prospectives was relocated to Bill's place-out of the wind. Numbers varied over time but all agreed it was a marvellous tent for the conditions. Zol Bodlay is reported to have had 16 on his orange grove walk in Marra Marra NP on the Saturday but there were no other details. Tony Crichton had 22 starters on his Pierces Pass walk and Geoff McIntosh reported 14 on his ,Waterfall to 0tford trip galloping along in sunny butbreezy conditions and coming out early as a result. +The treasurer had arrived by this time so we took his report next. It seems we received income of $234.51 and closed the month with a balance of $6,876. 
-Tom Wenman led a party of 10 in cool but fine conditions for his Megalong Valley Saturday morning start walk over the weekend of 24, 25 June. There were no details for stages 17 and 18 of Wilf Hilder's Great South Walk the same weekend. Of the day walks, there were no details for Morag Ryder's Blaxland to Glenbrook Saturday walk, Ian Debert had 17 on his Victoria Falls to Pemys Lookdown enjoying fine sunny conditions on the same day, and Greta James led 14 on her-Evans Lookout to Bluegum and return walk on the Sunday Maureen Carter cancelled her beach bludge weekend scheduled for 30 June, 1,2, July.Greta James led a patty of 9 on her trip to the magnificent Red Rocks of Newnes. They reported a scarcity of water but good days for the walk. + 
-On Saturday Ken Smith led a party of 5 on his Jack Evans track walk and Eddy Giacomel conducted a hard to medium hard version of his Hornsby to Brooklyn and return cycle trip, it seems there were headwinds whichever way they were heading. Sunday saw Tony Crichton leading +Alex was away so we skipped the Conservation report and went on to the Confederation report. This brought some puzzlement over NPWS announcing they had cleared horses and cattle from the Bluegum Forest just the weekend before a party from the club encountered the usual numbers there on a walk. There was also mention that the service is attempting to clear the deer from the Royal and have asked walkers to report sightings. (A recent newspaper report seems to indicate that private enterprise is attempting to participate, with reports of a deer's head being found when rangers went to investigate reports of gunshots in the park.) 
-a party of 21 sprinters on his Otford to 13undeena trip. Some of the party even caught the 1600 ferry. There was a rumour that Steve Ellis's Sunday walk out from Canons went, but there were no details. The exploration weekend at Coolana attracted 8 or so walkers over the weekend of 8, 9 July. Maurice Smith led the walks and reported the discovery of various natural wonders on the block. He also remarked on just how little of the total area we use on trips toCoolana. john Hogan's Saturday walk in the historical Parramatta precinct went with 15 starters and perfect weather. There was a minor problem with one of the attractions being clased on the Saturday but a well disposed guide who was in catching up on some paperwork solved that for the mob. Errol Sheedy's Sunday walk from Cronulla to Waterfall went to program in good weather with a party of 20. Man Mewett reported a lovely day and some signs of fire damage to tracks for the 12 starters on his Mill Creek walk in Dharug NP. Ken Smith's sprint out along Narrowneck and back had 7 starters and was reported as a wonderful day. + 
-The treasurer had arrived by this time so we took his report next. It seems we received income of $234.51 and closed the month with a balance of +General business saw mention of a recent clean up of the hut at Coolana. Just personally I felt the reference to "leprous frypans" was a bit of an exaggeration but I guess you just had to be there. 
-$6,876. + 
-Alex was away so we skipped the Conservation report and went on to the Confederation report. This brought some puzzlement over NPWS announcing they had cleared horses and cattle from the Bluegum Forest just the weekend before a party from the club encountered the usual numbers there on a walk. There was also mention that the service is attempting to clear the deer from the Royal and have asked walkers to report sightings. ( A recent newspaper report seems to indicate that private enterprise is attempting to participate, with reports of a deer's head being found when rangers wentto investigate reports of gunshots in the park.) +Then came the announcements and the President closed the meeting at 2100.
-General business sawmention of a recent clean up of the hut at Coolana. Just personally I felt the reference to "leprous frypans" was a bit of an exaggeration but I guess you just had to be there. +
-Then came the announcements and the President closed the meeting at 2100.*+
  
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