- When: Friday 19th May 2017
- Start Time: 11:30 am for a 12 noon sit down BBQ .
- Where: The Shed – 2 Tennis Court Ave Mount Beauty
- Cost: $5/person
- Who is invited: Members, potential members & visitors.
Program: Mark Hardidge, our own Chef de Shed, will again be providing us with many BBQ delights. There will be the usual socialising, camaraderie and fellowship. Weather permitting the new outdoor area under the Shade Sail will be used.
Note the change of start time to 11:30 for Shed inspection, project updates and general chit chat on all things to do with the Shed. Food will be served at 12 noon.
Major Shed News
- There is no BBQ or committee meeting in June. The next BBQ will be on Friday 21st July.
- Bunk Building Project — This Project is now complete except for the delivery and assembling which will be arranged in the next couple of weeks. Thanks to the supervisors of this project namely, Irvin Beeston, Dick Puttyfoot, Warwick Mitchell and Mal Darwent. Thanks also to the 19 members who volunteered to assist over the full 14 days of work.
- Football/Netball Gate volunteers — We need more members to collect entry money and sell raffle tickets at Dederang-Mt Beauty Home games (a Shed major fundraiser). Please contact the co-ordinator Mark Hardidge if you can assist: Tel: (03) 5754 1619, Mob: 0407 549 651 or Email: <email@example.com>. Next home game is this Saturday 27 May at Mount Beauty. We need MORE help with this project so please consider offering.
- Shed Operating Days & Times — Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Morning tea is at 10:30 am and is a great time to social and to get to know the other men. Gold coin donation thank you. The Lunch break is at 12:30 pm. You are most welcome.
- Half Marathon Drink Station Volunteers needed — The Shed is looking for two more volunteers for this Saturday’s Mt Beauty Half Marathon. Are you available? Please email Dick Puttyfoot <firstname.lastname@example.org> to let him know.
- Shed Rules & Policies — Members are reminded of the rules and policies that the Shed has adopted – these are set out in the yellow covered Induction Manual which all members have received. It is also available on the Shed website. The committee wishes to draw members attention for the need to be considerate of other members working in the Shed or who intend to work in the Shed (say) the next day.Please consider: cleaning up your work area (Shed doesn’t employ cleaners – each member is a cleaner), putting away tools used, moving (storing) your project so others can use the bench space, if the task has excessive noise then maybe work outside if weather and job are appropriate, using protective gear e.g. earmuffs, googles/full face protection and hand protection as appropriate (a Shed Health & Safety requirement). The Shed has a policy that requires members to be assessed (by a Workshop Panel member) in the use of tools and equipment.