October 2016 (Issue 430)
Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. Reg. No. A â€“ 0006149J / FWDV Member PO BOX 2456 Mount Waverley VIC 3149
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C ON T E N T S Intro 4 Committee 5 From The President 6 Upcoming 7 Next Meeting â€“ Tuesday 25th October (VENUE CHANGE) 7 Trips and Social Events 9 Long Term Future Planning 11 Trip and Recovery Gear 12 Trip Summary 14 Info on Light bars 16 Buy and Sell 17 Member Items for Sale 17 Club Resources 19 Minutes 22 Editor Notes 27
INTRO The Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. was originally formed 40 years ago by an enthusiastic group of Subaru owners. Today the club has expanded to include all Subaru 4WD and AWD vehicles, as well as all other makes of AWD, light 4WD and crossover/soft-roader type vehicles. The club aims to participate in the exploration of the Australian countryside without damage to the environment, vehicle or individual. Visitors are most welcome to attend the clubâ€™s General Meetings and contact committee members regarding participation in club activities. The club relies on membership fees to offset its running costs, including insurance. Membership fees are payable each year, due on 31 May. Fees for the 2016/17 year were agreed at the general meeting in April 2015 and are as follows:
Member rates: Single: $120 (Seniors card - $110) Joint/family: $140 - (Seniors card - $125). One off joining fee of $10 ($20 for Joint/Family) also applies All annual fees include FWDV affiliation and trip insurance: $48
Non-member trip fee: A trip fee of $15 per adult non-member applies (for insurance purposes)
Please contact the membership officer for further enquiries. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMITTEE Dale Rebgetz (President)
Duncan McCrae (Vice President)
Peter Bellis (Secretary)
Bob Marshall (Treasurer)
Dan Conlon (OM: Editor)
Lee Wagner (OM: Social)
Jamie Scott (OM: Community) Meredith Dale (OM: Venue Coordinator)
Mike Dale (OM: Trip)
Edith Fullalove (OM)
F R OM T HE P RE SI DE N T President’s Report: October Magazine One thing that has always impressed me with this club is the way members go out of their way to help others. I have witnessed this on a number of occasions, the most recent being after our last club meeting. As Janelle and I were driving away from the car park the traditionally poor Subaru headlights seemed worse than usual; then we realised they weren’t working at all. Okay, turn around, head back to the car park to investigate. As it was not yet midnight the usual car-park meeting was still running, so to coin a phrase, many hands make light work. It wasn’t long before we were on our way with one headlight working (much better than none). Our thanks go to Dave, Rick, Damian, et al. Last month we reached another milestone – our club is now 40 years old. Echuca was the location where many present and past members joined to celebrate good times. As usual, things don’t always go according to plan (the intended camp site was under water), and as usual the situation was handled with aplomb – all would-be campers were quickly advised of a new camp site location. Well done to the organisers (Dave and Stephen). The celebrations were memorable with a river cruise, catered dinner, candlelight tour, and barbecue breakfast. At the dinner we had the honour of receiving a 40th Anniversary plaque from Four Wheel Drive Victoria, presented by their president, Damian Stock. For a club that has been around for forty years it is not surprising that there are some members who have provided extraordinary long-term service and dedication to the club; those members can be recognised by the awarding of Life Membership. Our 40th Anniversary dinner saw the awarding of five such memberships – to Bob Marshall, Damian Stock, Elaine Milkins, Phil Milkins, and Ruth Marshall. The awards were fittingly presented by an existing life member, Cynthia Rennolds. Congratulations and thank you to our life members; you have been instrumental in our club being the great club it is today. This month I have not been around much to participate in club activities, having been on a two-week cruise around New Zealand, spent with my elderly parents (from North Qld) and my sister and her partner (from Perth). As you can imagine given how far apart we live, it is not often that we get together as a family; this was a great way to do so. But back on topic, it was notable although hardly surprising that Subarus are popular in the rural areas of NZ. I also had an interesting and pleasant chat to a fellow 6|Page
traveller (from Australia) who loved her Subaru Outback and was now on her third, purchased so she could confidently travel the outback to pursue her love of painting. The interesting part is she thought the Outback was the first Subaru 4WD – a quirk of Subaru’s advertising at the time? Finally, don’t forget – this month’s club meeting is at the Ringwood Training Centre, not our usual venue, and begins with a barbecue at 6pm. The details are elsewhere in this magazine. See you there. Dale Rebgetz President.
UPCOMING Next Meeting – Tuesday 25th October (VENUE CHANGE) Date: Tuesday 25th October Venue: Ringwood Training Centre 3 Hill Street Ringwood Details: B.B.Q at 6PM Sausages: $1.00 Hamburgers: $1.50 Cans of drink: $1.00 The B.B.Q will be under cover. While this is going on cars can go up on the hoist. Then at 8pm our regular meeting will be held with super and door prize. Next Month: Robert Pepper
Club Awards – Advance Warning So at the Christmas Party (as is tradition) we will be presenting our annual Club Awards. These are a way of recognising those who have contributed to our club in a very positive way in the past year – particularly with the Clubman and Clubwoman Awards. There are also the other, rather entertaining, awards; including: Burnt Billy – most humiliating campfire cooking or lighting disaster Piggy Bank – individual who received the most number of fines Silver Socket – the most well maintained vehicle Bent Valve – mechanical breakdown on trips or vehicle most worthy of retirement Jacked Up – most number of flat tyres or most impressive puncture Bogger – vehicle stuck most often Think about the various incidents and amusing situations which have occurred in the last year and nominate away! You’ll be getting a nomination form sometime in the future.
Photo Competition – Advance Warning Our photo competition will once again be held at our February meeting this year. Categories: Best Portrait (photo of a person) Best group photo Best landscape/nature scene Best close-up nature shot (Flower, animal, etc.) Best Subaru action shot Funniest photo To don’t forget to keep that camera handy!!! All photographs submitted must have been taken within the last two years, taken by the person entering the photo, and taken at a club event. There is a limit of one photo per person, per category. Any photographs that have won a prize previously are NOT ELIGIBLE. Members in attendance at the February meeting will be able to vote for the best photos. Venue Coordinator Meredith Dale
Trips and Social Events We have a variety of trips coming up! With that we’d also like to remind you that if you want to get your name down on the list for a trip but maybe can’t make it to the meeting you are always welcome to contact the trip leader directly. As always, if you know a great location that you would love to lead a trip to (or even if you just want to suggest it) let us know, we’re always on the lookout for the next adventure!! Put up the suggestion and someone else might run it Put up the suggestion and ask for someone else who might want to co-lead it with you. You might want it run it yourself and if it is your first time we will provide you with a trip mentor.
Robe TRIP HAS REACHED ITS CONVOY LIMIT When: 29th Oct to 1st November Where: Robe, SA Trip Rating: Medium ■ to difficult
Trip Leaders: Lee Wegner | Duncan McCrae | email@example.com Vehicles will need to modify (i.e.: lifted) Standing Camp with drop toilets Cost $15 per campsite. Requirements: Sandflag, tyre pressure gauge, air compressor, sand recovery gear.
Marysville When: Saturday 12th November 2016 with the option of camping overnight and doing a walk to Stephenson’s Falls the next day. Trip leader: Mike Dale | firstname.lastname@example.org Trip Standard: Medium
Details still to be confirmed, but probably starting at Powelltown or Warburton and making our way to Marysville via some suitable 4WD tracks. Set up camp (TBA), and after dinner and then in the evening a drive and walk to Stevenson Falls which is floodlit at night.
Trivia Night The club has been attending this event for several years and has been the winning table or runner up on several occasions. This event is held at the Church that Peter and Jean attend and each year we have borrowed from the church all the chairs, tables, crockery and cutlery that have been used for Christmas in July at no cost. So as well as being a fun night it has been a way to say thank you for the use of all this equipment. When: Saturday 12th November 2016 starting at 7pm Trip Standard: Social Trip Leader: Jean Bellis | email@example.com Cost: $20 Where: Details:
St Stephen's Anglican Church, 2 Warruga Avenue, Bayswater (Enter the carpark from Phyllis St) Supper and Tea & Coffee Provided BYO drinks, glasses and nibbles. I will need to know final numbers by the General Meeting on 25th October.
Club Christmas Breakup and Awards Day When: Our Annual Christmas BBQ and Awards Day will be held on Sunday 27th November.
Trip Standard: Social Where: The venue is Blue Rock Lake. It is next to Willow Grove (about an hour and a half from Melbourne CBD via Trafalgar).
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Oxfam Christmas Tree Delivery When: Weekend of 3th and 4th of December 2016 Trip leaders: Jean and Peter Bellis | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave’s Christmas Trip When: TBA – but somewhere in the Victorian High Country around Christmas 2016. Trip leader: Dave Wilson | email@example.com Trip Standard: Very Difficult
Gippsland High Country When: Australia Day 26th to 29th of January Trip leader: Mike Dale | firstname.lastname@example.org Trip Standard: Medium
Details: TBA. Current thoughts are somewhere near Bruthen. A travelling camp, and depending on the weather and the risk of bush fires may determine whether we go east, west or north.
Pink Lakes: Murray-Sunset National Park When: Easter : 14th to 17th of April 2017. Trip leader: Mike Dale | email@example.com Trip Standard: Medium
Details: still to be confirmed, but looking like a standing camp (Lake Becking campground). Day drives around Murray-Sunset National Park to look at the other lakes and a walk to Mt Jess.
Long Term Future Planning 2017
Central Australia – Touring Trip Kangaroo Island - March Kosciusko to Melbourne 20-28th May – Stephen Whittaker Blue Mountains – 25th Oct to 7th Nov - Stephen Whittaker
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Tasmania – Hobart and the SE for 2 weeks in March – Jessica Walsh Fraser Island
Canning Stock Route 5-week trip Simpson Desert – re-enactment of the 40th anniversary of the Club’s 1974 crossing from Macumba Station to Purine Bore
Social Events We are starting to plan some social events as well. A social trip with a hot spud lunch at a bush location. Bike Ride to Warburton Navigation run in the Riddles Creek area Wonthaggi Coal Museum with a visit to local waterfalls 2017
Trip and Social Contacts • •
Trip Coordinator: Mike Dale Social Coordinator: Lee Wegner
TRIP AND RECOVERY GEAR The aim of all Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. trips is to have an enjoyable experience in the bush, increasing 4WD’ing skills and experience, whilst maintaining the highest regard for the safety of individuals, the vehicle and the environment. As a driver you have ultimate responsibility for the safety of your passengers and vehicle. It is the responsibility of any participating driver to contact individual trip leaders for clarification of individual trip requirements and standards. Financial members are encouraged to participate in as many trips as possible to increase confidence and experience. Visitors are welcome subject to the payment of the appropriate levy to cover insurance, but after two visits, should consider membership. Non-financial members are not covered by insurance and may not participate until payment is received. Individual drivers with concerns or queries regarding their vehicle and the trip standard should contact relevant trip leaders. The Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. recommends that each vehicle carry the following items or equipment on every trip:
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Personal details form as
specified by FWDV, copy to Trip Leader 2.
Rated snatch strap Recovery Points, Front & Rear; plus, optional bridle
10. Sufficient Fuel, Oil and Water for the trip and delays 11. A Tyre Pressure Gauge;
strap, according to vehicle
Compressor (according to the
UHF (477Mhz) Channel 16 CB
12. An Axe, Bow or Chain saw;
Radio. Ideally in car but hand
13. A Sturdy Shovel (collapsible
held are ok provided sufficient battery(s) to last the trip.
(matches, food, water and
Two rated D- Shackles
Jack and wheel Brace, or
shovels are no good) 14. Spare Parts (appropriate to the nature of the trip)
Fire Extinguisher, accessible
15. A Tool Kit
to the driver
16. Personal First Aid Kit
Spare Tyre (full size)
17. The Vehicle Manual
Any vehicle not carrying at least the first five (5) items of equipment should contact the individual Trip Leader before leaving. Any Club member unsure about any of the items of equipment listed above are advised to contact the Trip and Social Coordinator or the Trip Leader concerned. All Trip Leaders carry a complete First Aid Kit in case of emergency. All non-emergency medical needs are expected to be meet by individuals own medical supplies.
TRIP SUMMARY Trip
Tuesday 25th Next Meeting CHANGE OF
October BBQ – 6pm
VENUE Meeting – 8pm Robe, SA
CHANGE OF VENUE Ringwood
Training Centre 3 Hill Street Ringwood
Lee Wegner &
Medium ■ to
Saturday 12th Trivia Night
Social Jean Bellis
starting at 7pm
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Club Christmas Breakup
Sunday 27th November
3th and 4th
Venue is Blue Rock Lake, next
to Willow Grove, (via Trafalgar)
Jean and Peter Bellis
Dave’s Christmas Trip
Very Difficult ♦♦
Australia Gippsland High
Day 26th to
Pink Lakes: Murry-Sunset
to 17th of April 2017.
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INFO ON LIGHT BARS
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B U Y AN D S E LL Member Items for Sale Item: 1991 L series GL wagon Details: My father's 1991 L series GL wagon. 235000 gentle kms, none off road. Auto. Burgundy. ETZ424. Cost: $250 ONO Contact Rob Boykett, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0424 211 748 Item: Protective mat for rear cargo area of a Forester Details: Fits Forester SH (Gen 3, 2008 - 2012). Protects cloth surface from dirt, spillages, tears, etc. Coated foam type with surrounding lip. Black. VGC. Cost: $20 Contact Martin Foot, email@example.com Item: Milford Cargo Barrier for Forester SH Details: Fits Forester without sunroof (P/N 705400). Grey colour. Requires fitting kit (not supplied) to be installed in the car. VGC. Cost: $30 Contact Martin Foot, firstname.lastname@example.org Item: Forester Aluminium Bash Plates Details: made from 6.0mm construction grade aluminium Cost: $300 for club members, $330 for non-members. Fitting can be arranged. Contact: David Wilson, email@example.com Item: Set of 4 alloy rims from Outback 1997 model Cost: $120.00 ONO Contact: David Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org Item: Roof console to hold CB and lights and switches for Outback Cost: $100.00 Contact: David Wilson, email@example.com Item: Vic blue and white standard number plates in as new condition 1XV4US Cost: $400.00 ONO Contact: Jenny, 0417 369 405 Item: number plate SUBARU
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Can be re-issued in any custom design via the Vic Roads website (see link below) if a different colour or style is preferred: https://www.vplates.com.au/index.php?page=customise-plate Cost: negotiable, but realistic offers between $3,500 to $6,000 Contact: Richard, 0414 737 333 Item: STi Intercooler. Details: Excellent condition, apart from slight dent on side (pictured). Came as spare parts when I purchased my 2007 Forester. Will fit most Turbo Subies. Cost: $250 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Item: STi Exhaust system Details: STi Exhaust system. Everything you need to give your Suby the perrrr it deserves! Very clean, no dents, minor scuffs, Stainless steel. Everything from the Manifold back to the chrome STi stamped tip!! Cost: Make me an offer!!! Contact: email@example.com
Want to sell something Subaru/off-road related? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The club makes this space available free of charge to members wishing to buy or sell items. Please note that the Motor Car Trader Regulations 1998-22(4) require that vehicles for sale advertisements must contain: (a) the cash price of the vehicle and; (b) the registration number if registered or the engine/chassis numbers if unregistered.
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Resources Officer Dale Rebgetz Email: email@example.com
M IN U T E S Committee Meeting Minutes Minutes of the meeting of the committee of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc held on Tuesday 4th October 2016 at the home of Peter Bellis starting at 7:43pm. 1.
Present Peter Bellis, Meredith Dale, Michael Dale, Lee Wegner, Duncan McCrae, Edith Fullalove.
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Apologies Bob Marshall, Dale Rebgetz, Jamie Scott, Dan Conlon.
Quorum A quorum was achieved with six committee members present.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting 4.1. Minutes of the September 2016 meeting were accepted without amendment. 4.2. Business Arising from the Minutes and Outstanding Actions 4.2.1. Bank account signatories – update for Dale and Duncan. 4.2.2. Request for advertising in club’s magazine by AllDrive Subaroo. 4.2.3. By-Law – Convoy Travel – Peter yet to complete reformatting of agreed text into By-Law format – waiting on Dale. 4.2.4. New Member Pack – Currently on version 2. It does include a disclaimer. The personal information form needs to reference to the club’s website. It was also suggested that vehicle modification information be moved further back in the info pack. The club’s constitution needs to be added to the club’s website under the membership section as a PDF copy. Also, need to add a reference/pointer to the club’s website and Facebook page. Need to also add some details about what the club is. It was suggested that the cover be printed on different coloured paper to differentiate it from the club magazine. Alternatively, watermark or otherwise the front page to make it full colour. 4.2.5. Email passwords – have been updated and relevant people notified. 4.2.6. Magazine levy – forensic accounting is on-going. Will be expanded to look at the member value proposition. 4.2.7. Special 40th birthday magazine be put out that profiles some of the older or former or life members, some old trip reports, etc? Duncan has volunteered to do this. Will be published before the Christmas party. Correspondence 5.1. In FWD Victoria – regional reps meeting. Martin Foot – missing name badge. 5.2. Out None. Reports 6.1. Resources Nothing reported. 6.2. Trip and Social Details are published elsewhere in the magazine. Suggested social events for 2017. Social trip with hot spud lunch at a bush location in the colder months – Jamie. Tonimbuk fun and games 2017 – Jamie. Bike ride to Warbunton. Navigation run in the Riddles Creek area. Longer term trip – need confirmation of previously suggested trips. Also seeking new trips. Trip intention sheet – should be filled out by trip proposer prior to the trip. Need to advertise next year’s long weekends at the next meeting. 6.3. Venue Details published elsewhere in the magazine. Meredith to arrange for Martin to send out a flyer to members concerning the October meeting.
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Membership Nothing to report. Editor No report submitted. Seeking to put a report about light bars from the RACV RoyalAuto.
Treasurer Current bank statement balance (as at 4/10/2016) is $10,344.15. Banked $700 for the photobooks. 6.7. Secretary Incorporated Association registration renewal still outstanding. 6.8. Vice-President Nothing to report. 6.9. President Nothing to report. Sub-Committees 7.1. Communications Nothing reported. 7.2. Community Involvement Farina – volunteer to assist at next year’s working bee? Need to get more details. Jamie will take over the organisation of the chocolate fundraising activity. 7.3. Constitution Review By-laws regarding trips and other matters still in progress. 7.4. Education / Training Under review. Delegate to Four Wheel Drive Victoria
The committee resolved to appoint Duncan McCrae as the club’s delegate to Four Wheel Drive Victoria, and to appoint Dale Rebgetz as alternate delegate.
Peter to forward relevant paperwork to 4WD Victoria. General Business 40th birthday follow-up – send out thank-you for attending the 40th celebrations to those who attended. Get Stephen to do letter on behalf of club. Peter to circulate photographs from weekend to Stephen and Michael. Goals/Challenges for the next year: Club have a presence on Instagram. Club promotion opportunities – 4WD shows, Subaru dealers, etc. Suggested that we have a planning/longer term issues meeting at Jamie’s in mid January 2017. 10. Next Meeting will be held on Tuesday 8th November 2016 at 7:30pm at the home of Edith Fullalove. 11. Meeting closed at 9:15pm. 9.
General Meeting Minutes The general meeting of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc was held on Tuesday, 27th September 2016 at the South Camberwell Tennis Club starting at 8:17pm.
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Present Jamie Scott, Les Scott, Graham Gill, Paul Saleeba, Richard Saleeba, Peter Fullalove, Dale Rebgetz, Janelle Rebgetz, Peter Mynard, Katie Mynard, Dennis Scambler, Mike Dale, Meredith Dale, Damian Stock, Andrew Jantke, Lisa Jantke, Stephen Whittaker, Peter Devine, Angela Bombardieri, Martin Foot, Simon Whitehead, Peter Bellis, Jean Bellis, Rick Koster, Duncan McCrae, Lee Wegner, Peter Landouris.
Apologies Mike Dunn, Elaine Hyde, David Hogben, Edith Fullalove, Phil Milkins, Elaine Milkins, Bob Marshall, Ruth Marshall, Bev Davison, David Denver, Kerry Gill.
Welcome A welcome was extended to all members and visitors.
Minutes of the Previous General Meeting 4.1. The minutes of the August 2016 General Meeting were accepted without amendment after being moved by Jean Bellis and seconded by Meredith Dale. 4.2. There was no business arising from the minutes. Correspondence 5.1. In Magazines from various 4WD clubs Advertising material – GetRegoMate Various regarding 40th birthday 5.2. Out Various regarding 40th birthday Reports 6.1. Resources Seeking a member to take on the role as a non-committee position. Nothing else to report. 6.2. Editor 1. No report submitted. 6.3. Trip and Social Submitted by Michael. Buckland Valley – will be rescheduled due to wet weather and flooding. Maldon navigation challenge – had several withdrawals but still have a healthy list of attendees. Laneway tour – currently have a full list. Trivia night – at St Stephen’s Anglican Church in Bayswater. Marysville – day trip with overnight option. Club Christmas Party Oxfam Christmas tree delivery 6.4. Venue Tonight – recent Simpson Desert trip photographs. October – Ringwood Trade Centre November – Rob Pepper 6.5. Membership. 35 year membership award presented to Damian and Angela Stock. 25 year membership award presented to Peter and Katie Mynard. Membership nametag was presented to Angela Bombardieri.
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6.6. Treasurer No report submitted (due to Bob being in hospital). 6.7. Secretary Next week’s committee meeting is at Peter’s place in Boronia. Annual club awards – nominations are sought for the annual awards. Must be submitted by the October general meeting. Annual award trophies – current trophy holders need to return the trophies by the October general meeting. 6.8. Vice-President Nothing to report. 6.9. President Thanks to David Wilson and Stephen Whittaker for organising the 40th birthday celebration. General Business 7.1. Thanks to those who helped with the barbecue breakfast on the Sunday of the 40th birthday. 7.2. There were three Brumbies in the carpark this evening. Fines and Fun 8.1. Nametags Peter Landouris, Jamie Scott, Les Scott, Martin Foot (for not getting Richard a nametag). 8.2. Last to Meeting David Wilson 8.3. Trips 8.3.1. Simpson Desert Peter Landouris – for packing up early to head off on the trip a day early. Meredith – for leaving tailgate of car open. Jamie – ball bearing joint in CV joint disintegrated. Jamie, Dale and Peter – leaving a clip in the CV joint. Michael and Meredith – deflated lilo. Jamie – broke rear drive shaft. Jamie – rear drive shaft issues again. Jamie – broken rear suspension. Jamie – sending Suboo home on a tow truck. Caden – Michael – overtaking the trip leader. Caden – flat battery. Peter L – having a battery powered heated jacket. Meredith – too many dribbles on her jacket. Dale and Jan – taking too many photographs. Micheal – running into a tree branch with his sand flag. Michael – roof rack falling off vehicle going up Big Red. Peter L – getting bogged going down a sand dune. Janelle – dropping Dale’s camera in the sand. Dale, 8.3.2. 40th Birthday Damian – last to the riverboat. Duncan – flat battery. Cynthia – ringing David for directions to the restaurant. David – for not providing adequate shelter for his children. 8.4. Total fines collected - $23.75.
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Guest Speaker / Presentation Michael Dale presented his collection of photographs from the recent Simpson Desert trip. 10. The Lucky door prize was won by Damian Stock. 11. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 25th October 2016 at the Ringwood Trade Centre, Ringwood at 6pm for a barbecue preceding the meeting at 8pm. 12. Meeting closed at 9:42pm and was followed by supper.
E DIT OR N OT E S Thanks for all the contributions again this month! Any interesting articles you find and want to share, or if you would like to write an article for the magazine â€Ś. let me know! Just a friendly reminder also to please proof read, and be sure to use punctuation and grammar. The deadline for submissions for next month is:
September â€“ Monday 21st November As always please send emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The monthly magazine of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc, online version for October 2016
Published on Oct 20, 2016
The monthly magazine of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc, online version for October 2016