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Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade Annual Report 2014

Annual Report 2014

BUNGENDORE VOLUNTEER RURAL FIRE BRIGADE 2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade


Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade Annual Report 2014

BUNGENDORE VOLUNTEER RURAL FIRE BRIGADE 2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade


Contents CAPTAIN AND SENIOR DEPUTY CAPTAIN

2

PRESIDENT

6

VICE PRESIDENT

8

TREASURER

9

TRAINING OFFICER

10

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING MINUTES

11

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

16

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Captain and Senior Deputy Captain

Type

Number

False Alarms and False Calls

4

Fire and Explosions

16

Good Intent Call

15

Hazardous Condition

0

MVA, Rescue, EMS Calls

15

Other Situations

1

Overpressure Rupture

0

Service Calls

3

Undetermined

0

Support External Agency

0

Unlinked Support Report

3

Total

57

Although we had an early start to the last fire season the brigade saw a relatively quiet fire season. This in the sense that significant fires occurred elsewhere in the state in contrast to our back yard as in previous years. Fire activity saw several out of area deployments to both NSW and Victoria. As at 8th May 2014 the brigade has attended a total of 54 incidents since the last AGM. This is a decrease of 9 incidents for the corresponding period last year.

Training The brigade continues to see a high participation rate in both local and zone level training as participants and trainers. Our members have undertaken a variety of courses including but not limited to BF, VF, AF, CL and varied qualification recertifications. The brigade has seen a steady influx of new members throughout the year and it is particularly pleasing to see an increase in the number of younger members of the community joining the brigade. A cautionary observation is the age distribution of those at CL and GL which will if not attended to by timely training and mentoring pose a significant operational difficulty in the near future. Those who have filled the roles for a long time will in time withdraw from these roles and replacements need to be found, mentored and trained. We wish to thank those who instructed all courses but particularly those on the recent BF and VF Courses. Bungendore being a “Village 2 Brigade” has a great need for VF level of training which a crucial element is in our safe response to MVA’s and structural incidents. It is most pleasing that the “Zone” have sufficient confidence in the ability of the brigade to allow us to run both a BF and VF course during the year. We would like to thank all brigade members who have assisted in this training as without their support it would not be possible to run the courses. In particular Terry O'Leary for organising the recent VF course. We reiterate that the AF - VF training level is what is needed in this brigade and encourage those at BF to aspire to this level of proficiency.

PC Replacement We would like to thank Lake George Zone management for the support we have received throughout the year. The decision to replace our aged PC with a dual cab Hilux vehicle is most welcome and much appreciated. The replacement vehicle offers safer personnel transport and greater flexibility in deploying assets to the fire ground. The new PC is a pool vehicle and an asset not only to this brigade but to the northern part of the zone.

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Group Officer Elections The recent Group Officer elections have seen Dave Doblinger appointed as Group North 2 and Mick Fitzgerald as Group North 1. The elections saw Chris Powell a fixture in the northern zone stand down. Chris Powell's contribution has been outstanding. His knowledge and expertise will be missed and we wish him well in his new endeavours and role with in the RFS.

Organisational Thanks As with any organisation there is a lot of behind the scenes work undertaken that may not be seen by some members. Thanks goes out to Mark who has undertaken to get the garden on Ellendon Street looking like a garden and not a weed farm. Also we would like to thank those members who have assisted in getting vehicles to and from Queanbeyan and Fyshwick for repairs and maintenance. This is a difficult task at the best of times and without the assistance of the drivers this would not be possible. A special mention is Heather Hubbard who collected a large number of gongs this year for outstanding service to the community. A very important part of the brigade is the support members receive from their families, they are woken up in the early hours of the morning by pagers and phones ringing, have their meals disrupted due to callouts, put up with not seeing partners and spouses for days on end during protracted incidents. We would like to thank families for the tolerance and support during the year as we could not do what we do without them. We haven't broken too many fire fighters this year and it is good to see that sensible WHS practices are being observed. We would like to thank the outgoing committee for their work and dedication during the last 12 months and wish the incoming committee all the best. The brigade would not be what it is today without the members. The effort everyone puts throughout the year is appreciated. Well done to everyone and thanks.

Duncan Campbell-Wilson

Andrew Donaldson

Captain

Senior Deputy Captain

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President The 2013/14 year has, like any year, presented its challenges for those filling leadership roles. However, at risk of sounding like a cliché “the good has far outweighed the bad”. As a brigade we have experienced significant growth in the numbers of new members. Particularly encouraging is the large proportion of younger and juniors joining our ranks. Welcome once again and thank you for joining this brigade. In order for this achievement to be maintained it has required, and will continue to require, significant support from our longer standing and more experienced brigade members, and thanks for all your work to date.

AS A BRIGADE WE HAVE EXPERIENCED SIGNIFICANT GROWTH IN THE NUMBERS OF NEW MEMBERS. PARTICULARLY ENCOURAGING IS THE LARGE PROPORTION OF YOUNGER AND JUNIORS JOINING OUR RANKS. WELCOME ONCE AGAIN AND THANK YOU FOR JOINING THIS BRIGADE.

This year we have increased and maintained our support in the wider community. This is demonstrated by the financial position of this brigade, the goodwill of employers allowing their employees to take time off work at the call of the pagers; invitations and participation at the various community events; the successful mail out campaign; the community information evening; the invitations to conduct community education programs at the schools and other community centres. In addition, over the year we have seen some significant purchases and acquisitions of equipment for use by brigade members. Not least the relatively new PC for moving people and equipment. This one project had commenced, in earnest, some years ago with the previous brigade captain leading negotiations with Firecom. The running of the brigade requires people's time and skills. All members of the brigade management team have a requirement and expectation to set time aside in order to attend regular monthly meetings, prepare reports, make phone calls, write and contribute to emails as well as attend training and call outs. This is part of the privilege of being able to gain the support and trust of your peers. The support and trust I have received from the current executive, and especially my Vice President (Stewart) has been second to none. Sharon accepted my invitation last year to nominate for secretary. Wow, you have fulfilled this role and supported me far beyond my expectations. Richard has worked tirelessly over the past few years to make sure that we meet the legal requirements of our financial record keeping and expenditure. This has been no easy task, but when the day comes for him to stand aside I trust the hand over will be smooth for his predecessor. To all others on the executive team of the brigade, thank you. Family, work and our health all come before our volunteer role here at the brigade. These three all take large amounts of our time, and so they should. As Emergency Service volunteers we are well aware of the need to plan for the unknown. How much more important is it to plan for the known. We are an ageing demographic and this is represented in our brigade by the majority of our membership. It is great to see the recent invigoration from younger blood. The required training and prerequisites required by the RFS to be an active brigade member are significant. However, training and support needs to be

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prepared, and offered in a timely manner for volunteers. The constant changes to training manuals and course delivery, cancellations of a courses due to low numbers all needs to be reviewed and managed. The more requirements placed on volunteers will and does put undue stress on individual volunteers and the brigade, now and definitely in the future, especially when experienced people are called to fill essential leadership roles at a zone level. All relationships have their good and not so good moments. Following many challenging times and conversations between the brigades and Firecom. I would like to acknowledge the support I, as president of this brigade, and the brigade as a whole has received, when required from Firecom. This all being said it has been great being part of the Brigade Executive for the past four years, two as Vice President and two as President. The support and trust I have received has been great and warmly received. With saying this, it is now time for me to step down and spend more energy with family, work and health. This will also allow others the privilege to contribute to our brigade leadership at the executive level. I have learned many new skills and enjoyed this time immensely, however all good things must come to an end. See you on the fire truck........

Ken King President

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Vice President My role as vice president is largely to support the president and contribute to the smooth running of the brigade on the administrative side of things. Ken King is stepping down as president and I wish to pay tribute to him for his service in the role. This last year in particular has seen him have to deal with some difficult issues, one of which had the potential to cause considerable damage to our brigade. That he was able to minimise and indeed remove the threat of damage should be recognised, and I hope I was able to provide him with the necessary support and assistance. My thanks to our committee members for their contributions over the past year, all of whom have helped ensure we remain a well-run organisation which I believe is as good as any within the Rural Fire Service. All deserve individual mention, but I wish to especially note Sharon Kelly who took on the very important and sometimes difficult role of secretary (and kept us all on our toes in the process!); and treasurer Richard Thorek, who continues to bring our financial and accounting practices kicking and screaming into the 21st century!

ACTUALLY, STATION MASTER HAS A NICE RING TO IT!

We have a very good bunch of people in our brigade and significantly, there are leadership qualities throughout the membership at all levels. This and the enormous mix of talents and skills within our brigade is what makes it so successful. Finally, my other role as Station Officer/Manager/‘Bloke’ or whatever you want to call me. Actually, Station Master has a nice ring to it! Thank you to all who have assisted me with this over the past year: Carol, Bev, Bek and Heather plus Greg Brien, who found himself in the comms room and on the radios a couple of times. Our aim is to do what we can to assist those out on the trucks and I hope we succeeded.

Stewart Wilson Vice President

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Treasurer Our brigade has had a busy, rewarding and financially successful 2013-14. We have invested over $20,000 in equipment and training for our members including over $2,000 each in specialist training, handheld radios our members can use and our iPads useable for mapping and navigation, social media and fire ground awareness. In addition we have continued our helmet, rain jacket and shirt co-purchase program with over $4,000 in subsidies provided to our members to purchase high quality equipment improving the safety and capability of our people when operational. The brigade has also invested over $1,500 in pagers and ongoing use of our SMS notification system to ensure as many members as possible are notified of incidents, allowing the brigade to continue to respond to incidents in as short a time as possible. The brigade has also continued to independently maintain its equipment, property and vehicles to over $3,000 to ensure we are sending people into the field with reliable tools. All of these purchases have been made possible by efforts of every member that has been involved in fundraising. Our direct fundraising efforts at DFO (Now COC), the Show and other community events has raised over $11,000. Proceeds from our mailout last year continued to flow into the start of the 2013-14 with an additional $10,000. During this mailout we received three donations of particular note I would like to call attention to,

WE HAVE INVESTED OVER $20,000 IN EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING FOR OUR MEMBERS

1. Brian Osborne kindly donated $5,000 to the brigade, to put this in perspective this donation covered the costs of both the kitchen upgrade and of putting two drivers through specialist training. 2. Estate Realty donated $2,500 with allowed us to purchase the iPads 3. A private donor who wished to remain anonymous donated $1,200. The generosity of the community has continued to astound the brigade and we are developing a number of plans for major new capabilities we could invest in. These plans will be further developed over the next couple of months and I look forward to working with the ongoing committee to refine these plans. Once we have a number of options we intend to involve the brigade in a much more meaningful way in selecting which plans should be pursued. My thanks to the brigade and the committee for their support in the last twelve months. Richard Thorek Treasurer

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Training Officer The brigade’s training activities in 2013-14 have concentrated on providing ongoing training for the new members who have recently joined, in conjunction with competency maintenance activities, particularly for the specialist roles within the brigade. The requirements for training have been expanding steadily over the past few years. Part of this expansion is only to be expected as the scope of the brigade’s operations increase. However, the continuous improvement expected by nationally recognised training has also increased expectations. These improvements undoubtedly reflect the level of competence that members of the public should expect from the RFS. However, I am concerned that the demands placed on the pool of trainers within the zone who have the time, energy and desire will eventually lead to burn-out and a lack of training opportunities.

BEING THE TRAINING OFFICER IN A BRIGADE THE SIZE OF BUNGENDORE IS A LITTLE BIT LIKE BEING AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER.

For Bungendore, the increase in complexity has led to a split in the traditional training officer’s job into brigade-level training and formal training. Thanks go to Matt Blackmore and Susie Graney for taking over the brigade component of training at the start of the year and Sam Clements for taking over the taking over when Matt and Susie became geographically inconvenienced. A great deal of thanks go to those who ran the local VF course this year. Particularly Terry O’Leary, who organised and supported the course throughout. Although the course was longer than a standard course, the integration of the post-course exercises into the course has meant that people are going into the assessment with a solid weight of practice behind them. Village firefighting is a core part of the basic competencies that members of Bungendore need and it is good to have people willing to put the effort in to ensuring that the brigade is well-trained. It has also been encouraging to see relatively new members nominating for further courses. Being the training officer in a brigade the size of Bungendore is a little bit like being an air traffic controller. The depth of knowledge and experience in the brigade – and the complexity of the brigade’s activities – mean that the training officer is dependent on those who repeatedly and generously give their time to run training activities. As well as the field officers, who have always been ready to help out, thanks also go to Don Rayner, Mick Fitzgerald, Simon Teschendorf, Rob Sailer and Stewart Wilson for their continuing support. 2013 saw the departure of Peter Weatherstone, the zone learning and development officer. Peter’s enthusiasm, competence and high standards have greatly improved standards throughout the zone during his tenure and we all wish him well in his new position. Darren Marks has taken over the position as membership services officer at the start of the year and we all wish him well in a complex and demanding job. I still hope to not be the person writing this report next year. Doug Palmer Training Officer

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Annual General Meeting Minutes May 18 2014 Minutes Recorded by Sharon Kelly Bungendore Emergency Services Centre Chaired by Ken King, President

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Opening Meeting Opened by Ken King at 12:00 Attendees and Apologies Committee Members

Ken King [P] Richard Thorek [T] Stewart Wilson [VP] Sharon Kelly [S] Mike Kelly [DC] Doug Palmer [DC-Training] Peter Morris [DC-BA] Bradley Stewart [District Officer]

Returning Officer Brigade Membership Guests

As per list

Apologies

Sheldon Williams Terry[DC] and Ellie O’Leary Sam and Dani Clements

Dave Doblinger

Duncan Campbell-Wilson [C] Andrew Donaldson [SDC] Mark Thorek [DC]

Andrew Hedley [Hoskinstown Captain] Ed Smeglinski [Hoskinstown [SDC] David Johnson Kay and Greg O Brien Reg Liddon Carl Catherine and Matt Rebekah King Blackmore Total in Attendance:35

Minutes Please find the minutes from the previous meeting at Attachment A.

Receive Minutes Corrections will be made to the 2013 Presidents report.

Motion

The tabled minutes be accepted as a true and accurate record.

Moved

Stewart Wilson

Vote

Yes Unanimous

Seconded No

Status

Heather Hubbard Carried

Business Arising Nil

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Correspondence Inward Correspondence Date Source 19 April 2014 Sheldon Williams 9 May 2014 Nominees

Person Secretary Secretary

11 May 2014 Captain

Secretary

11 May 2014 Senior Deputy

Secretary

Description Apologies Nominations for Field Officers and Administrative Officers Withdrawal of nomination as Deputy Withdrawal of nomination as Deputy

Outward Correspondence Date Source 13 April 2014 Secretary 11 May 2014 President

Person Brigade Tim Carroll

Description Notification of AGM Re request for Returning Officer

Motion

The Correspondence Report be accepted as a true and accurate record.

Moved

Sharon Kelly

Vote

Yes: Unanimous

No

Seconded

Peter Morris

Status

Carried

Treasurer’s Report Motion

The Treasurer’s Report be Provisionally accepted as a true and accurate record as auditor is not available

Moved

Richard Thorek

Vote

Yes Unanimous

Motion

The Auditor’s report will be presented and accepted at the next General Meeting.

Moved

Richard Thorek

Vote

Yes: Unanimous

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Seconded No

Status

Seconded No

Status

Mick Fitzgerald Carried

Sharon Kelly Carried

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Reports     

President – Please see attached Vice President – Please see attached Captain and Senior Deputy – Please see attached Training Officer – Please see attached Discussion arising from report

Discussion was held around the topics of more instructors being needed, the strain that can place on a brigade, the need to meet national competency levels, more zone level training being needed.

Other reports Bradley Stewart – District Officer - Presented a summary of zone activity over the last fire season.

The reports be received Moved

Ken King

Vote

Yes: Unanimous

No

Seconded

Mark Thorek

Status

Carried

Business Arising from the Reports Duncan will not stand for re-election for the 2015-2016 year. The Treasurer would like members to consider assisting with the Treasurer tasks for next year.

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Business with Notice Election of Field Officers and Administrative Officers – Returning Officer Given that there was only one nomination for each position and no nominations were received from the floor, an election was not necessary. The results were as follows:

Captain Senior Deputy Captain Deputy Captain Deputy Captain Deputy Captain Deputy Captain Deputy Captain Deputy Captain President Vice President Secretary Treasurer

Duncan Campbell-Wilson Andrew Donaldson Mark Thorek Mike Kelly Douglas Palmer Terence O’Leary Peter Morris Richard Thorek Mike Kelly Stewart Wilson Sharon Kelly Richard Thorek

Appointment of Auditor for next year – Treasurer Will be deferred until the next General meeting

Determine Annual Subscriptions The Subscription for next year will be zero Moved

Ken King

Vote

Yes: Unanimous

No

Seconded

Andy Donaldson

Status

Carried

Thank you to those who put in last year and thank you to those who are staying. If you have got any extra time to put in put your hand up. Thank you to Sam who is now working with training, that is great, looking forward to seeing him in that role.

Next Meeting Date & Location: 17 May 2015 12 noon Bungendore Emergency Services Centre

The 2014 Annual General Meeting closed by Ken King at 13:01

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Financial Statements FY-2013/2014

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Profit and Loss Statement Apr - Jun

Jul - Sep

Oct - Dec

Jan - Mar

Total

Income INC-001 Fee for Service

$

4,001.81

$

680.91

INC-002 Donations

$

3,762.20

$

6,255.95

INC-002.1 Donations - Annual Mailout

$

8,860.00

$

1,300.00

INCP-001 Members Gear Purchase Remainder

$

1,387.29

$

336.37

$

225.27

$

18,011.30

$

8,573.23

$

5,165.92

$

$

301.68

$

59.91

$

341.92

$

4,940.65

$

4,682.72

$

3,983.90

$

18,942.70

$

75.00

$

10,235.00

$

1,948.93

4,058.90

$

35,809.35

$

359.42

$

1,062.93

$

207.27

$

207.27

$

39.09

$

959.82

$

129.77

$

422.20

$

1,836.17

$

467.38

Less Expenses BAU-1.1 Maintenance - Equipment BAU-1.2 Maintenance - Labour Costs BAU-2.1 Repairs - Parts

$

28.18

$

57.00

$

835.55

BAU-3.2 Non-Operational Consumables

$

95.40

$

13.63

$

20.74

BAU-4.1 Catering - Operations

$

422.20

BAU-4.2 Catering - Non Operational

$

681.51

$

132.06

$

714.01

BAU-4.3 Catering - Zone Training

$

46.52

$

407.23

$

13.63

$

2,795.36

$

1,610.54

$

4,405.90

$

77.27

$

85.44

$

79.31

$

201.87

$

443.89

$

8.19

$

105.46

$

113.65

$

1,377.24

$

1,377.24

BAU-5.1 Social Activities Expense BAU-6.1 Accounting Fees BAU-6.2 Bank Charges BAU-DEP Depreciation EQP-1.1 Standard Support Equipment

$

68.14

$

46.59

EQP-1.2 Brigade Owned Radio Replacement PRJ001.1 Members - Gear Purchases

$

3,281.00

$

290.41

$

$

86.36

$

201.09

$

1,698.80

$

1,698.80

$

2,748.42

$

6,319.83

PRJ001.4 Members - Shipping

$

PRJ003.2 SMS to Pager Program - Fees

$

136.35

$

136.35

PRJ004.1 Catering Upgrade - Purchases

$

2,263.65

$

457.93

PRJ005.1 Donation Mailout - Purchases

$

583.08

$

27.76

308.59

$

271.81

$

(0.01)

$

(0.01)

136.63

$

681.14

$

2,721.58

$

80.39

$

0.85

$

692.08

PRJ006 Specialist Training Support

$

954.55

$

1,050.00

$

2,004.55

PRJ007 iPad Mapping Platform

$

743.43

$

743.43

$

495.41

$

495.41

$

5,892.36

$

26,984.12

(1,833.46)

$

8,825.23

PRJ009 Shed & Surrounds Upgrade $

7,984.98

$

1,714.31

$

11,392.47

$

10,026.32

$

6,858.92

$

(6,226.55)

INC-004 ATO TAX REFUNDS

$

1,256.00

$

239.00

$

57.00

$

1,166.00

$

2,718.00

INC-005 Interest Income

$

332.59

$

97.04

$

123.85

$

305.64

$

859.12

$

64.99

$

64.99

$

401.03

$

3,642.11

$

64.99

$

64.99

$

64.99

$

64.99

Operating Profit

$

Plus Other Income

INC-007 Failed Payment Returns $

1,588.59

$

180.85

$

1,471.64

Less Other Expenses EXP-FT Failed Transaction Retry

Net Profit

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$ 11,614.91

$ 7,194.96

$ (6,045.70)

$ (361.82)

$ 12,402.35

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Balance Sheet Asset Current Assets 1-1080

Accounts Receivable

142

127775997

Operational Account

211

127776037

Fundraising Account

127884930

Term Deposit

173057

Westpac DGR Account

3,018 25,325 3,579 32,275

Fixed Assets 1-1160

Equipment & Computers

1-1161

Equipment & Computers Depreciation

1-1180

Plant & Equipment

1-1181

Plant & Equipment Depreciation

4,777 -726 3,460 -1,499 6,011 38,286

Total Assets

Liability Current Liabilities 2-1080

Accounts Payable

2-1100

GST Collected

2-1160

GST Paid

247 1,550 -8,864 -7,066

Total Liabilities

-7,066

Net Assets

45,352

Equity 3-1000

Current Year Earnings

3-1080

Retained Earnings

2,285

3-9999

Historical Balancing

30,941

Total Equity

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12,126

45,352

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Expenses Report Date Issued

Expense No

Supplier

Amount

Amount Paid

Amount Due

Status

03/04/2013

EX00000149

Supercheap Auto

$

74.95

$

74.95

$

-

Paid

03/04/2013

EX00000150

MYOB Australia Pty Ltd

$

25.00

$

25.00

$

-

Paid

05/04/2013

EX00000151

Bungendore Butchery

$

59.60

$

59.60

$

-

Paid

05/04/2013

EX00000152

Harvey Norman AV/IT Superstore

$

2,200.00

$

2,200.00

$

-

Paid

09/04/2013

EX00000153

Officeworks

$

296.00

$

296.00

$

-

Paid

10/04/2013

EX00000154

Bungendore Rural Services

$

209.65

$

209.65

$

-

Paid

10/04/2013

EX00000155

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

320.42

$

320.42

$

-

Paid

10/04/2013

EX00000156

Caltex

$

31.00

$

31.00

$

-

Paid

10/04/2013

EX00000157

Bungendore Rural Services

$

105.25

$

105.25

$

-

Paid

24/04/2013

EX00000158

Bungendore Showground Trust

$

195.00

$

195.00

$

-

Paid

30/04/2013

EX00000159

Jaycar Fyshwick

$

16.95

$

16.95

$

-

Paid

06/05/2013

EX00000160

Magnet Mart

$

55.56

$

55.56

$

-

Paid

06/05/2013

EX00000161

Bunnings

$

9.90

$

9.90

$

-

Paid

06/05/2013

EX00000162

Officeworks

$

39.48

$

39.48

$

-

Paid

08/05/2013

EX00000163

Bungendore Butchery

$

51.17

$

51.17

$

-

Paid

08/05/2013

EX00000166

Australia Post

$

237.98

$

237.98

$

-

Paid

05/06/2013

EX00000167

PAC FIRE

$

3,609.10

$

3,609.10

$

-

Paid

09/06/2013

EX00000168

Australia Post

$

24.90

$

24.90

$

-

Paid

09/06/2013

EX00000169

Bungendore Butchery

$

282.72

$

282.72

$

-

Paid

19/06/2013

EX00000170

Rivoland Tiles

$

6.50

$

6.50

$

-

Paid

19/06/2013

EX00000171

Reece Pty Ltd

$

25.41

$

25.41

$

-

Paid

19/06/2013

EX00000172

Magnet Mart

$

50.11

$

50.11

$

-

Paid

29/06/2013

EX00000173

Off the Pallet

$

208.00

$

208.00

$

-

Paid

05/08/2013

EX00000174

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

96.97

$

96.97

$

-

Paid

11/08/2013

EX00000175

Queanbeyan Chainsaw Centre

$

50.85

$

50.85

$

-

Paid

11/08/2013

EX00000176

Bungendore Butchery

$

197.00

$

197.00

$

-

Paid

11/08/2013

EX00000177

Bulk Buy Express

$

25.30

$

25.30

$

-

Paid

12/08/2013

EX00000178

Costco

$

14.99

$

14.99

$

-

Paid

12/08/2013

EX00000179

Bunnings

$

50.00

$

50.00

$

-

Paid

12/08/2013

EX00000180

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

175.66

$

175.66

$

-

Paid

12/08/2013

EX00000181

Bungendore Rural Services

$

15.05

$

15.05

$

-

Paid

19/08/2013

EX00000182

Prospectors Supplies Pty Ltd

$

62.70

$

62.70

$

-

Paid

11/09/2013

EX00000183

Snapper Display Systems

$

503.72

$

503.72

$

-

Paid

24/09/2013

EX00000184

Forestry Corp NSW

$

51.25

$

51.25

$

-

Paid

27/09/2013

EX00000185

Bungendore Butchery

$

192.00

$

192.00

$

-

Paid

02/10/2013

EX00000186

Safety Centre

$

219.45

$

219.45

$

-

Paid

21/10/2013

EX00000187

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

41.00

$

41.00

$

-

Paid

27/10/2013

EX00000188

RFI Industries

$

919.11

$

919.11

$

-

Paid

27/10/2013

EX00000189

VIP Car Care

$

210.00

$

210.00

$

-

Paid

28/10/2013

EX00000190

DMP Enterprises

$

180.65

$

180.65

$

-

Paid

31/10/2013

EX00000191

Bungendore Mirror

$

73.70

$

73.70

$

-

Paid

31/10/2013

EX00000192

PAC FIRE

$

1,138.72

$

1,138.72

$

-

Paid

04/11/2013

EX00000193

BDL Car Stereo

$

45.00

$

45.00

$

-

Paid

04/11/2013

EX00000194

The Snugg

$

94.47

$

94.47

$

-

Paid

05/11/2013

EX00000195

Apple

$

1,698.00

$

1,698.00

$

-

Paid

05/11/2013

EX00000196

Apple

$

849.00

$

849.00

$

-

Paid

05/11/2013

EX00000197

Zagg

$

134.30

$

134.30

$

-

Paid

05/11/2013

EX00000198

Apple

$

1.99

$

1.99

$

-

Paid

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08/11/2013

EX00000199

Telstra

$

540.00

$

540.00

$

-

Paid

08/11/2013

EX00000200

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

41.00

$

41.00

$

-

Paid

10/11/2013

EX00000202

Bungendore Rural Services

$

147.53

$

147.53

$

-

Paid

10/11/2013

EX00000203

Aprinamel Pty Ltd

$

192.89

$

192.89

$

-

Paid

10/11/2013

EX00000204

Australia Post

$

87.50

$

87.50

$

-

Paid

12/11/2013

EX00000205

Costco

$

14.99

$

14.99

$

-

Paid

12/11/2013

EX00000206

Apple

$

1.99

$

1.99

$

-

Paid

13/11/2013

EX00000207

Ogden

$

1,050.00

$

1,050.00

$

-

Paid

28/11/2013

EX00000208

SolidRadio

$

1,698.80

$

1,698.80

$

-

Debit

28/11/2013

EX00000209

RFSA

$

22.00

$

22.00

$

-

Paid

28/11/2013

EX00000210

Officeworks

$

22.81

$

22.81

$

-

Paid

28/11/2013

EX00000211

Bungendore Woodworks Gallery

$

254.00

$

254.00

$

-

Paid

02/12/2013

EX00000212

INNOVATIVE RESEARCH PTY

$

1,703.90

$

1,703.90

$

-

Paid

24/12/2013

EX00000213

Bungendore Uniforms

$

132.00

$

132.00

$

-

Paid

13/01/2014

EX00000214

Bungendore Landscape

$

300.00

$

300.00

$

-

Paid

16/01/2014

EX00000215

Officeworks

$

104.92

$

104.92

$

-

Paid

23/01/2014

EX00000216

Ogden

$

1,050.00

$

1,050.00

$

-

Paid

29/01/2014

EX00000217

Bungendore Landscape

$

90.00

$

90.00

$

-

Paid

12/02/2014

EX00000218

Southern Hose

$

24.70

$

24.70

$

-

Paid

05/03/2014

EX00000219

STEWART & HEATON

$

247.04

$

06/03/2014

EX00000220

Australia Post

$

107.00

$

107.00

$

$

23,008.60

$

22,761.56

$

Total

Page 20 of 22

-

$

247.04 -

Open Paid

247.04

2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade


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2014 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade

Bungendore RFS Annual Report 2014  

Reports from Office Holders and AGM Minutes for the Bungendore Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade

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