THE 17TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE BEAUMARIS
TREE PRESERVATION SOCIETY HELD AT BEAUMARIS
COMMUNITY CENTRE AT 8 PM ON WEDNESDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER
Mr W. (William)
Leech in the chair and twenty members.
Browning, Mr & Mrs
John Carroll, Mrs (Susan)
Macdougall, Mr K. (Kenneth) & Mrs Jill Rendell, Mr W. (William) Ridland
|Minutes:||It was resolved|
that minutes of previous meeting be adopted.
Mr Scott, reported that the balance of 259-32 dollars as
at 12th November 1965 had decreased to 195-92 as at 24th
September 1969. Income over the period was 38-83 dollars
and expenditure was 102-23 dollars, 70 dollars of which
was the payment of 7 years’ rent for the Gramatan Avenue
It was MOVED Mr (Alfred)
Gilford SECONDED Mrs (Patricia) Sinclair that the report be
adopted and this was carried unanimously.
reviewed the work of the committee since the last
meeting indicating reasons for some of the reduction in
activity. He suggested courses of action for the coming
year, including preparation of a plan for some tree
planting around the Concourse.
|Election of||The people|
nominated in the table below were the only ones
nominated for the offices shown and, as they accepted,
they were declared elected.
The following members were proposed and
All nominees accepted and as the number
|Correspondence||A letter dated|
18th. Sept. 1969 was received from the Beaumaris group
of Community Aid Abroad requesting co-operation in their
planned sale of native plants on Sat 25th. October 1969.
Their representative Mr Pat Grutzner was present and
Cost price: 17c ea.
No. of varieties: 20-30
The plants are to be sold from cars,
Headquarters for the day would be at
The following volunteers appeared:
was reported that a special sub-committee of Sandringham
2. MOVED Mr (Alfred) Gilford,
3. The recent
|Date of Next|
October at 8 PM at 10 Coronet Grove 3193.
Nov or Wed. 26th Nov subject to Secretary being able to
book hall at 8 PM at the Beaumaris Community Hall.
closed the meeting at 10:40 p.m. after thanking members
for their attendance.
|A TRUE RECORD |
E. (Bea) Hosking