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- Dick Puttyfoot (president)
- Henry Ziemnicki* (vice president)
- Noel McDougall (secretary)
- Paul L’Huillier (treasurer)
- ORDINARY MEMBERS
- Philip Armitage*
- John Driver
- Campbell Ford
- Irvin Beeston
- Rob van der Linden
- Barry Hinson
- Ian Howley
* Welcome to new committee members Henry Ziemnicki and Philip Armitage and thanks to Mark Hardidge (7 year’s on the committee – 2 as vice president) who is retiring from the committee.
Following the AGM held on Friday 18th September the annual membership fee has been increased by $10.00 to $45.00. This has been necessary to help cover the new Shed Extension insurance costs. Fees are due by 31st October 2020.
You can pay at the Shed but please bring the correct money. The treasurer’s preferred method of payment is by Direct Credit. Bank details are as follows: Account name: Mt Beauty & District Men’s Shed Inc., BSB: 633 000 & Account #: 144372661. You can also pay via Campbell Ford at the Hardware & Drapery Store or over the counter at the Bendigo Bank. Please reference the payment as appropriate.
Thank you to those members that have already paid
A poem by Irvin Beeston
Editors Note — Derek has been a long term member of the Shed and is a willing contributor to any project we have running. His expertise at present is learning everything about and using the wood lathe and is producing some interesting pieces.
Click VMSA Special Bulletin – September 2020 to read.
Shed Wireless – a new initiative from AMSA – Click [HERE] to listen. There have been 10 episodes in Series 1 and Series 2 now has FIVE episodes so far. Professionally produced and has heaps of Shed information. It is definitely worth checking out. It currently has an audience of over 9,000 listeners in a number of countries.
Shed Online – Stay Connected with Your Mates. Click this link The AMSA Shed Online. Members need to register to join the Forums – an easy process.