Note from the Commodore about the Building Improvement Levy
At the AGM the Club agreed to establish a Building Improvement Levy of $70 per family membership for a period of five years. The purpose of this is to provide the Club with additional revenue that will be used help pay for the new building once we have resource consent and final plans.
The levy will be placed in a separate Building Improvement Account and remain unused until the Club agrees to go ahead with the new build.
This will be proposed at a separate Special General Meeting, hopefully in the not-too-distant future.
At present the Committee’s thinking is that the fund will be put towards our ability to service debt as well as a capital contribution over time. Over the next few months I intend to hold several meetings for members to discuss ways and means of raising the funds for the project.
All Subscription invoices were emailed or posted on Monday 7th June 2021 following the 2021 AGM.
If you have not received your invoice yet, please firstly check your spam/trash in case it has dropped in there, if not received, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check we have the correct contact details for you and resend.
Please contact us should any of the following have changed:
* You no longer require membership.
* You wish to upgrade membership from Family to include Tractor.
* You wish to downgrade membership from Tractor to Family.
* Any changes to contact details (address, telephone, email).
ALL MEMBERSHIP CARDS ARE TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE CLUB.
PLEASE EMAIL ME IF YOU CANNOT COLLECT AND WOULD LIKE YOUR CARDS POSTED OUT.
ALL tractor members will have an allocated number on their tag to identify you/your trailer on the beach and to ensure that you are a financial member of the club.
Tractor contracts have been emailed out to tractor members your trailer tag and membership card will be available once you have filled in and signed the contract.
Tractor contracts can also be filled in at the bar.
Last Saturday morning early the stars were aligned and 'Lunacy' prevailed.
Someone pulled the cord inside the tractor shed to close the garage door disengaging the mechanism. Along with this someone also tried to extract a tractor with the door not fully up damaging the door.
Please close the door with the switch inside the door directly behind the lockbox.
Not the pull cord.
Come on down and listen to Steve McDonald with some easy listening music
Sunday afternoon of the 27th June 3 to 6pm
Mike Browne and Russell Whiterod both with great fish caught on Sunday. Tarakihi 2.36kg
Blue Cod 1.80kg
Paul Templer: 027 543 6666 Grant Waterhouse: 021 598 811 Duane Moul: 022 477 6477
For all bookings, takeaways or catering options please phone or text the team
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Parapararumu, New Zealand