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AGM 29th June - door prize announced!

NEW for this year's AGM.  We've had a book called 'Take a Walk in Southern NSW and the ACT' by John and Lyn Daly donated to the club by the authors.  The  book covers more than 2000km of walking tracks from Sydney south to the Victorian border with outline maps and detailed descriptions as well as a plethora of other information about the National Parks covered in the book. 

Highlights of Bushwalking NSW General Meeting 21st May 2019

- Speaker from NSW Sport on considerations and benefits of encouraging children and young people to join our clubs.  Several clubs have Child Protection Officers.  Speaker mentioned that it will soon be mandatory for clubs to implement child safety standards if under 18 year olds participate in their activities.  This is not just the physical safety or children.

AGM competitions Saturday June 29th

If you want a sneak peak at the documentation for the upcoming club AGM on Saturday 29th June, it has now been prepared and can be found at:

AGM documents 2019

In the coming weeks you will be receiving the Notice of and Agenda for the AGM and Special Resolution in the post as well as email reminders about this important club annual event, with further details of where and when it is being held and details of what takes place.

Highlights of ANB Committee meeting April 8th 2019

- A Special Resolution will be voted upon at the AGM on Saturday June 29th in order to accept the updated ANB constitution.  The consitution needed to be updated in line with the Associations Incorporation Regulation 2016.

- New ANB bank account has been opened with Westpac to facilitate online banking.  Old CBA account to be closed within the next year.

- Approval for the provision of new prizes for the best sweet plate and best savoury plate brought to the AGM.

Highlights of Bushwalking NSW General Meeting 19th February 2019

- Photo competition (see previous news feed) closes 31st March 2019

- Yuri Bolotin spoke about "Bushwalking with a Purpose".  Apart from promoting his book series on Gardens of Stone he mentioned these potential purposes to enhance one's enjoyment of a bushwalk:

Bushwalking NSW Photo comp closes 31st March 2019

Follow link to take part in this great Bushwalking NSW photo competiton with some lovely prizes (no limit on number of entries) . 

https://www.bushwalkingnsw.org.au/enter-bushwalking-nsw-photo-competitio...

You can use this to practise for the All Nations AGM photo competition in June!!

Date for the Diary

All Nations Bushwalkers Christmas Party 2019 has been booked for Rhodes on Saturday 30th November 2019 - hold the date!

ANB Committee meeting highlights 15th January 2019

-  appeal to members for more walks on the summer quarter programme - lots of gaps.
-  urgent need for a new Newsletter Editor to enable it to continue.
-  Club consitution to be reviewed by committee in light of new legislation.
-  end of annonymous contacts emails for booking onto activities.  To revert to use of leaders own email. 
-  Club to start process of changing banks to facilitate electronic payments.
-  2019 AGM and Christmas party venues to be booked.  

Happy New Year 2019 - new programme

Happy New Year 2019 to all our members and their families.

Thanks to all the activity leaders who have already contributed items to this quarter's programme.  A quick glance today shows Len leading the way with six activities!  However, all contributors to the programme are to be congratulated on the variety of walks and social events that they have planned.

Nevertheless I would call on all past walk leaders to think about adding an item this quarter as the programme does have three weekends where there are NO walks.

ANB Christmas Party 2018 - Thanks

Thanks to everyone that contributed to making this a great party, especially (in alphabetical order) Catharina, Connie, Diane and Steve who organised the food and set up the venue, as well as Charles who provided the Christmas themed music and drew the door prizes.

Approximately 45 people attended including new and long-standing members, young and not so young, regular and not so regular walkers, in short a great cross-section of our membership.  I think it would be fair to say that a good time was had by all.

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