COMMITTEE MEETING, 7 P.M., MONDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY, 1981:
PRESENT: K.W. Lawrence, H.N. Amner, R. Fitzwater, K. Treseder, R. Ebbett, G. Richards, C. Jackson, J. Foreman, J. McPherson.
MINUTES: On motion Mr G, Richards, seconded Mr J. Foreman, the Minutes of the previous meeting were taken as read and confirmed.
MEMBERSHIP: Letters of resignation were received and accepted from:-
M.J. Beeby W.R. Ellis
D.H. Irving A. Hutton
C. Waller T. Wrightson
V. Welch K. Jurgens
A.J. Bridgeman P. Stewart
Applications for membership were received and accepted from:
R. Guerin R.C. King
S. Laffey C. Thompson
J. Trotter D.J. Green
R. Watson (Country) G. Dickie
FINANCE: Mr Lawrence reported that he had been approached by Mr G. Kittow, requesting payment of his debentures in full. It was decided to put this matter off until the March meeting for discussion.
Moved Mr J. McPherson, seconded Mr G. Richards that the Financial Report for October, November, December 1980 and January 1981 be adopted.
SPORT: Mr Lawrence reported on
Bowls: Fisher Pairs – H. Hylton Smith, Lead.
J.R. Tucker, Skip.
Tennis: Eastella Shield – County
After discussion on how the Club Tennis Team is selected, it was decided that in future years, a sheet of paper would be put up on the Notice Board, enabling members who wished to play, to put their names up.
Mr B.G. Smith and Mr G. Wall requested permission to play a Veteran’s Snooker Tournament between the County Club and the R.S.A. Club, permission was granted.
GENERAL: Moved Mr G. Richards, seconded Mr J. Foreman, that Mrs A. O’Connor be appointed Secretary-Manager, on a Salary of $12,750.00 inclusive of allowances plus actual expenses per annum, the salary being subject to annual review. Carried.
Suggested by Mr G. Richards that a key register be kept. To be done.
Moved Mr G. Richards, seconded Mr J. Foreman, that tea and coffee making facilities be made available in the Ladies’ Room. Carried.
Mr J. Foreman reported that the Snooker Handicaps need readjusting; it was decided that Mr Foreman and Mr C. Jackson get this task done as soon as possible, maybe with a bit of assistance of out-side help.
Mr Lawrence reported that the first Friday night Smorgasbord for the year will be on 27th March, he also mentioned that liquor prices would need to be reviewed at the end of February.
On the subject of a round table for the dining room, Mr J. McPherson said that up till now nothing suitable could be found, but was still looking.
There being no further business to discuss, the meeting closed at 8.52 p.m.