October Magazine – Includes 2006/2007 Annual Report

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Dear Fellow Members Since I last reported to you in our June edition of this magazine, much has happened in the life of our Club. The two resolutions put to the General Meeting on 25th June were both passed unanimously and the Club auditors are now Messrs Meagher Howard and Wright. I sadly advise that the Board and General Manager have recently had bereavements. Lindsey Graham lost his daughter, Helen. John Barron his mother-in-law, Kerrie Lewis, her father and nephew and Charles Lucre has lost his wife, Jean. Our condolences have been extended.
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June Magazine 2007

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Dear Fellow Members, I begin by drawing to your attention the General Meeting of the Club to be held on Monday 25th June in Cello’s Restaurant at 1pm. At this meeting resolutions will be put forward about ending the services of our auditors Messrs Travis & Travis (after 10 years) and appointing new auditors. I hope that my letter which accompanies the notice convening the meeting satisfactorily sets out the reasons for the Board convening the meeting. Our trading for March was very profi table with a decline in April as a result of three broken weeks (Easter and Anzac Day). Overall our results are very satisfactory. Our Anzac Day functions and service were well attended and we again enjoyed music from the MacLeod Pipe Band. The General Manager, with Board approval, has been upgrading our poker machines
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March Magazine 2007

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

Dear Fellow Members, Much has occurred in our busy Club since I last reported to you. Our Annual General Meeting held on 27th November last was well attended. The fi nancial statements were adopted and each of the Two Special and Five Ordinary Resolutions, full copies of which appeared in the October Edition of the Club magazine, were duly passed. The Christmas season proved as busy as ever, with many organisations choosing to celebrate within the ambience of the Club. Our two Club Christmas lunches were well attended and our now famous Christmas Day lunch was booked out well in advance. Of particular importance was the Staff Christmas party which was well attended and enjoyed by all, including Louise whose performance late in the day left a lasting impression on our General Manager.
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October Magazine 2006 – Includes 2005/2006 Annual Report

President's Report

Dear Fellow Members, Our Annual General Meeting will be conducted on Monday 27th November 2006 commencing at 1pm. It marks the completion of another year of profi table trading which compares favorably with our 2005 result. I draw your attention to the notice of that Meeting which appears on page 5 of this edition of our Magazine and commend your attention to the Directors’ Report for the year ended 30 June 2006 and the Financial Statements which also appear in these pages. The President’s Dinner was conducted in Cello’s Restaurant on Saturday 2nd September with approximately 95 in attendance. Our Guests of Honour again included our Patron, M W Bro Tony Lauer whose wife Joy was unfortunately unable to attend because of last minute baby sitting problems. My thanks...
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July Magazine 2006

President's Report

Dear Fellow Members, The General Manager’s Report in this magazine outlines the work done in hotel rooms and fire services upgrading. Necessary repairs to windows at the front of the building have commenced. Your Board is actively pursuing heritage grants to assist with the cost not only of this work but also future repairs to the western wall. Your Board is conscious of the need to replace air conditioning equipment on the upper fl oors of the hotel as well as improving air conditioning standards on fl oors 6 and 7. I anticipate that at our strategic planning forum decisions will be made about priorities in relation to these various projects and other works. In our last magazine I mentioned that as at December last our membership stood at 3228. The Christmas/ New Year period a number of our members did not renew their membership despite polite reminders.
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April Magazine 2006

President's Report

Dear FellowMembers, Since my last report much has happened in thelife of our Club. The Board elections conducted in November saw two of our directors, Iris Morgan and Warren French, not offering themselves for re-election. I thank them on your behalf for their wholehearted contribution over past years to the successful running of the Club. Their places have been filled by Doug Cumming and Charles Lucre. The Board elected Vice President, Lindsay Payne and our Treasurer,Stephen Bates, as Convenors respectively of the House, Supply & Staff Committee and the Finance Committee. I look forward to working closely with both of them and with our ubiquitous General Manager, Warren Lewis. Our Annual General Meeting was conducted on 28th November in Cello’s Restaurant with 54 members in attendance including our Patron Tony Lauer. I thank all those whose contributions ensured a prompt and effi cient dispatch of the business to be conducted.
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October Magazine 2005 – Includes 2004/2005 Annual Report

President's Report

Dear Fellow Members, Our Annual General Meeting will be conducted at 1pm on Monday 28th November. It marks the completion of another year of profi table trading. I draw your attention to the notice about that meeting setting out the business to be conducted. I commend to your perusal the Directors’ Report for the year ended 30th June 2005 and the Financial Statements which accompany it. The President’s Dinner was conducted in Cello’s Restaurant on 24th September with approximately 90 guests in attendance. Our guests of honour were our Patron M.W. Bro Tony Lauer and his wife, Joy, the Deputy Grand Master R.W. Bro Greg Levenston and the Grand Secretary R.W. Bro Kevin McGlinn and their respective partners. The attendance of these guests marks the close ties your Board has established with the United Grand Lodge of NSW and the ACT during the last year.
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July Magazine 2005

President's Report

Dear Fellow Members, Since I last reported to you, much has happened in the life of our Club. Firstly our hotel has been upgraded from category 3.5 star to 4 star. This not only refl ects our improving standards but also brings us into a more lucrative market and your Board looks forward to increased income from our hotel business. To keep pace with our new category the Board approved and the Chief Executive Offi cer has carried out in an effi cient, timely and cost effi cient way the upgrading of 40 of our 83 bedrooms (together with the corridors) as Phase 1 of our hotel refurbishment program. The second phase is being prepared and costed for Board approval.In addition, new cabling will be installed to improve television reception in the rooms.
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