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August 2019

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Secretary’s Notes This month I have attended the National AGM in Greymouth and will be able to report on this in the September Bulletin. There was an election for the Management Committee this year, I hope you all voted. As time passes, we are fortunate that as one club we have a strong voice with the relevant Government bodies. This is only going to become more important if we are to hold onto the position we have where we are able to freely use our old vehicles on today’s roads. Clubroom Hire – we are fortunate to have such a great asset in our clubrooms and we do offer it for hire to groups or clubs on dates when not required for our Branch events. If you know of anyone who may be looking for rooms to hire, put them in touch with Don Green, who looks after our clubroom bookings. This hireage provides us with valuable income. From the Committee table, we have approved purchase of a replacement defibrillator, as the current one is not a model well serviced any more and replacement batteries are expensive and hard to source. New mirrors are being sourced for the Charabanc and some preliminary work has been done on a long term plan for the Branch. Planning is well in hand for key events coming up – Daffodil Day, PV through P80V Rally and the Hunua 100 Rally. I hope to see a good turnout of members and guests for our Daffodil Day Rally toward the end of the month. Tracey Winterbottom

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Auckland VCC - August 2019  

Auckland VCC - August 2019