WAIMATE BRANCH OF THE VINTAGE CAR CLUB OF NEW ZEALAND (INC)
Committee Members for 2018-2019 Chairman
Owen & Lorraine Richardson
Parts Department Keith Blackman
Club Room Convener Margaret Rogers
AGM 16th May at the Clubrooms April
National SI Easter Rally Ashburton May
Ashburton Swap Meet Ashburton
From 7.30pm All club members are urged to attend the meeting: Nominations are called for : Chairman and Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Club Captain
Waimate VCC AGM 7.30pm
Parts Department Club Room Convenor News letter editor
Next Meeting: The next meeting will be: 18th April 2019 Business Meeting 7.00pm followed by General Business at 7.30pm Cuppa & Parts Morning 1st Thursday and 2nd Saturday of every month 9:45â€”12.00 noon
Nomination forms available from : Steve 03 6898711 Barry 03-6896355 and will be accepted at the meeting.
Minutes Meeting Waimate VCC
21-03-19 Present;-as per attachment Apologies; Lorraine Richardson, Graham & Glenys Dennison. Stewart Townshend, passed
Moved Robert Todd &
Minutes;- of last meeting read & confirmed. Secretary thanked Marie for doing the minutes of last meeting. Moved Trevor Holland & Stewart Townshend passed
Hi everyone Well another month gone daylight has ended so must mean winter is on the way (bugger) Well the three passes three gorges run went very well with a good
Matters arising;- To late to use borer bombs, other options to be looked at. Offer of vintage trailer to restore, has been withdrawn as owner has decided to do it himself. Get electrician to appraise ovens before deciding what to do. Re rally entry forms, changes rulings of what is expected of Tail End Charlie’s to be revised, & addition of information for internet banking.
turnout (10 cars and about 30 people) and a very good day weather wise
Treasurers Report;- As per attachment. Moved Robert & Steve
required a tow, but in all
Reports, Clubrooms;- Margaret Rogers said everything is under control.
We left the clubrooms about 9 30 there was a fog around the hills so we weren't sure what to expect, When we got to Meyers pass, but to our surprise the fog lifted and it wasa beautiful clear day We had a couple of mechanical problems, we fixed one but the other A great day with some fantastic seanerary.We may try
it again next year Barry and Suzanne are heading to the big U. S OF A.for a couple of months
Club Captain;- Suzanne said that 3 Gorges & 3 Passes run was a great success, thinks club should look into making something similar an annual event. Suzanne & Lyndsay moved, ‘That a cheque for $50 be sent to Cattle Creek Hall committee for the use of their hall for a lunch venue.’ Passed.
June through to August So we will need help with the Rolling Wheels news
Parts;- Keith reported that they had a good last month, & that seems to be carrying on.
next year, I have asked for quotes And I also asked about using our photos d.i.y
Reports moved Margaret Rogers & Robert Todd
style.They will email me some info so we will have a Discussion at the April
letter so please keep this in mind WE WILL NEED YOUR HELP I have been approached by a calendar manufacture regarding calendars for
meeting I will have all the facts and figures by then .
General Business;- Steve brought up the amount we pay for insurance, but after discussion everyone seemed quite happy with it. Chairman asked if anyone had any thoughts about what we might spend Rally profit on, consensus was that we wait till we get a report on the stove. Lindsay Marshall has made a new mailbox for the Club in the form of a vintage mail delivery van. A lengthy discussion agreed that the new site for it be near the main door.
I would like to on behalf of the club say a big thankyou to LINSAY MARSHALL for making our new letter box (more a work of art than a letterbox) we decided to repos ion it to the sideof the front door. NOW UP AND LOOKING GOOD thanks to those that helped THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT
Newsletter editor Barry Anderson said that he & Suzanne will be away for 2 months from the middle of June so asked if someone would volunteer to do the newsletter for those 2
YOURS IN MOTORING
months. Meeting closed 8.10 pm
STEVE Date 18-04-19
Club Captains Report The long awaited â€œThree Passes Three Gorges â€œ run finally started on Saturday 16th in lovely fine weather. We negotiated the Waimate gorge, Meyers and Hakataramea Passes with no more than a few minor problems, and stopped for lunch at the Cattle Creek hall. A lovely clean welcoming place for thirty members and friends to enjoy their break. After lunch the ten cars, Vintage and modern, continued on to the Mackenzie pass, Paereora and Otaio Gorges, and so home after a day of great scenery, good weather, and the thought of doing it all again next year. Weather permitting of course! Thanks must go to Steve Cutler for doing the ground work so many months ago. Hope you can make it again next year. We have nothing in the planning stages for next month except for the A G M please make a note of this and attend, as the nominations for club positions will be voted on. I will say that it is becoming frustrating to see the same members struggling on when there are others quite able to do more. At the very least an offer of help could go a long way. Drive Safe. Suzanne
3 Passes and 3 Gorges Run
Whatâ€™s the Hold Up
Who needs a muffler
One of the many road hazards
Cattle Creek Hall Lunch Stop
Heading for the McKenzie Pass