PRESIDENT’S REPORT JUNE – JULY 2021

Quote for the month “To be informed you must be involved”

It’s June and that means it’s officially winter and the end of another car club year on June 30th.

Please remember to pay your annual membership fee of $35.00 on or before our AGM on 6th July. Your membership renewal form and log books also need to be updated so that we are all set for the 2021 – 22 year. 2022 will be the 50th anniversary of the founding of the ACCMB. Planning is underway to celebrate this milestone in our club history and you will be advised of the various activities planned as they progress. In the meantime I encourage members to book a seat at our annual presentation night which will be held on Saturday 19th June at 6,00pm at the Murray Bridge Golf Club. Our presentation night was cancelled last year due to COVID 19 restrictions. This year will be bigger and better as we have a guest speaker. Graham Hallandal will be telling us about his working career with G.M.H. ( That is Holden cars for those who have forgotten as they no longer exist) between 1955 to 1975. Based on past experience I’m sure Graham will provide us with a very informative and interesting presentation. $27.00/head; please pay our secretary Brenda to book your seat.

The next meeting on our club agenda is our AGM on the 6th July. Nominations are open for club positions and committees. Please consider getting involved with the running of our club; and exemplify the quote for the month.

Thank you to Graham and Maureen, John and Vicki for your efforts in organizing the Karoonda run on May 16th.

Thank you to all of our club members for making 2020-21 the success it has been by adapting our meetings and functions to comply with COVID 19 restrictions. To the committee and office bearers I thank you both personally, and on behalf of all the club for your volunteered time and effort throughout the year.

Regards Claude Minge

ps Don’t forget to send in a story for the magazine if you’re working on a vehicle or project.

 

 

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