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Track Torque May 2016
Reminder — May General Meeting — Tuesday 10th May 7:30 pm at the North East Car Clubrooms, Nolan Road, Tarrawingee Recreation Reserve, Tarrawingee, Victoria.
Letter from New Administrator… Andrew Brown
Hi to all Club Members and friends of Wang4x4Club,
This post marks a change in the life of the Club yet again, with me taking the reigns of the Club’s Website. It is an honour to be given the chance to Edit and Administrate a public document that represents the Club and my friends who indeed, are the Club.
I will do my best to continue the excellent work that Paul L’Huillier has done till now.
Paul came to the Club with his wife Helen as new members about four years ago. He immediately jumped in and offered to set up and run a new Website for the Club which, true to his word, he has done tirelessly ever since.
Paul’s enthusiasm to help clubs has meant that he has more than one club website to administer. He is a keen skier (snow, cross country), bushwalker and is also involved with his local “Men’s Shed” and I suspect there is more that I am not aware of too. His involvement and enthusiasm extends to multiple websites so he is a little pressed for time now even though he is retired! It was time for him to hand on the reigns of our website to free up some of his time.
Thank you Paul for all the work, advice, thought, time and diligence you have given to our club. You have done a great job. Well done.
I hope you have enjoyed your time with us and that we see you out on the tracks in the future. Enjoy your ‘Retirement’?
From my point of view, a smooth transition and “steady as she goes” is the appropriate way to approach this new role. I’m learning too, so a little time learning the site will help me lots.
Remember that there is the monthly general meeting tonight. I look forward to seeing you there.
P.S. Birthday Bash, 22nd and 23rd of May, less than two weeks to go…call Damo
to sign on for a terrific weekend of trips, eating and basically having way too much fun!