Notice is given that Plenty Gorge MTB Club will be holding its Annual General Meeting
Date: Tuesday, September 4th 2018
Time: Doors open at 6:45 for a 7:00pm start. Finish approx 8:30pm
Venue: Greensborough Hockey Club
Memorial Drive Plenty,
Melways Map 11 D5
All members are invited to attend, nominate for committee positions or just have your say on the future direction of the club and riding in the gorge.
We have included a proxy nomination form, so if you are unable to attend and you wish to, you may nominate another member to cast a vote on your behalf. This may be for both committee positions and general resolutions if any are raised.
The Business of the AGM will include:
- Plenty Gorge Park Master Plan
- Prospective Club Events
- Confirmation of the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
- To receive reports as to the general activities of the Club, including trail submission
- To receive the Report and Financial Statements for the year ended June 30, 2018
- Election of the Committee
- General Business
Please let us know by Sunday 02/09/2018 if you have any other agenda items you would like to see raised.
If you received this in error, please disregard.
If you know a club member who has not received this notification please let us know so we can adjust our records.
If you will not be able to attend a proxy voting form can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EfY_LYzcewJBnJ_vebb1a0n-Xokw0vNd
A big thank you to everyone who attended our working bee yesterday morning. We got a lot done, moving approximately a billion wheelbarrows full of soil (or what felt like it!)
We managed to fill a lot of ruts along the trails, improving erosion issues and rider safety, and rebuild a couple water bars and a general touch up to the trails.
Our thanks to (and not limited to):
We’ve also got lots of thanks for the team at Parks Vic and Level Crossing Removals Authority for helping with providing the soil for our works.
More photos can be found on Facebook
Grab your shovel, grab your wheelbarrow, it’s working bee time!
This Saturday, 14th July 2018, PGMTB will be hosting a working bee on two of the south side trails. Our main goals will be fixing up erosion that has occurred and a freshen up of the jumps. We will be working on the trails “Old DH” and “Carla’s Kitchen”.
When: 9:00am onwards at the top of Carla’s kitchen (Google Maps). Volunteers will need to sign in, please be on time.
What: Maintenance of the jump lines.
Who: Everyone is welcome.
What do I need to bring: Sturdy shoes, gloves and a good attitude. The club will provide some tools, if you have any of the following please feel free to bring them along: Wheelbarrow, Shovel, Rake. Maybe bring a bike for some product testing afterwards?
Parking: If driving to and walking your tools in please be respect of the local residents. We have recently heard complaints in Queens Gardens, Bundoora, of overcrowding in the street. Preference for parking is in Goolgung Grove, Greensborough adjacent to the park (Brinawa Reserve).
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/646218162408297/
This week Nillumbik Council have been in touch with the club as a number of riders have been riding through the Diamond Valley Field Archery Course. So far there have been no incidents but the members of the archery club are concerned about rider safety in the area. Please avoid the area if at all possible.
Image from Google Maps