We are very sorry that Tim Gibson is retiring from the Barwon Water Environment Committee as ANGAIR’S representative. Tim has been unwell and is unable to continue in this position. We thank him sincerely for his excellent work over many years in this position, and wish him a speedy recovery.
Clean Up Australia is on Sunday, 4 March, and we hope many of you will come and help. We are meeting at 9.15 a.m. at the Information Centre on the Anglesea Riverbank, for registration. Please bring your own gloves if you can, and wear sturdy shoes.
The Anglesea Primary School is holding a fete in the school grounds on Saturday, 10 March, 4 p.m.–8 p.m. ANGAIR will have a stall, selling plants and merchandise – we hope to see you there.
Unfortunately, we are losing four people from the Committee this year: Yvonne Coventry, Philippa Hesterman, Evelyn Jones and Marg MacDonald. Between them they have served 50 years as Committee members! We thank them for their enormous contribution to ANGAIR over this time, and are delighted that they intend to continue to work as they have in the past.
As this is my last report as President, I would like to wish the new Committee every success in the future, and thank those who have supported me so well during my term in the office.
From the AGM
President’s Report – Highlights of 2011… Chris Morrissey
2011 contained a number of highlights for ANGAIR members, some of which were:
Committee of Management for 2012 – Elected Friday, 24 February.
Lynne Rayner, though not on the Committee, will provide assistance to the Treasurer.