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COMMITTEE POSITIONS VACANT COMMITTEE POSITIONS VACANT
JOIN THE COMMITTEE   WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW PEOPLE TO JOIN OUR COMMITTEE We are getting to that time of the year when the canvassing of roles for the committee begins. As you will all know, all positions on the committee are declared vacant at the AGM. Members are asked to look at the roles that need to be filled and to strongly consider their capacity to step into one of these to support the club. Please ask any member of the committee what is involved in these roles, or better still, ask to attend a committee meeting as an observer…you are welcome. The following roles need to be filled at the next AGM:  PRESIDENT  VICE – PRESIDENT  SECRETARY  CLUB CAPTAIN  MEMBERSHIP OFFICER  …
ABOUT THE CLUB ABOUT THE CLUB
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AAAC Bruce Rounsefell, Alan Kohler and Arthur Doecke cutting the 36th Birthday cake at the Feb 2020 General meeting About the Club: The AAAC started in February 1984 thanks to 3 or 4 people who wanted to start a metropolitan car club different from other clubs of the day. They wanted an all make car club that included families and friends in its activities, and to have frequent car runs to allow the member's participation. The AAAC aims to promote the restoration and more importantly the use of historic vehicles with the whole family joining in and enjoying fun outings and other social events. The club meets at 8pm on the 3rd Friday of each month except December at the Combined Car Club (CCC) rooms at Clark Avenue Glandore Ea…
COMMITTEE COMMITTEE
The following is a list of the Office Bearers of the AAAC.  President Brian Collins  Vice President Ric Ottaway  Secretary  Charlie Mifsud  Treasurer Brenton Watkins  Historic Vehicle Registrar Brian Morgan …
COVID SAFE PLAN COVID SAFE PLAN
OFFICIAL UPDATE On May 24 2022, the Emergency Management Declaration ceased in South Australia. COVID safe measures remain for some activities and places now defined by the Public Health Act.  Prior to this, from 5:27pm on 23 May 2022, the Emergency Management (Consolidated Measures) (COVID-19) Direction 2022 was in place, revoking the following: Emergency Management (Activities General No 3) (COVID-19) Direction 2021 Emergency Management (Activities—Associated Direction No 23) (COVID-19) Direction 2022 Emergency Management (Arrivals No 2) (COVID-19) Direction 2021 …
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