AMVC members at Lake Lyell
Margaret & Brian Heaton
took home the trophy for
Peoples Choice in the 1980’ s
AMVC cars at Lake Lyell
This year we tried a twilight run on the day after Australia Day as an alternative to the crowded events we have had for a few years past. We met at Liverpool Maccas at 3.30 and left around 4.30 for a leisurely drive down to Curry Reserve at Camden for a BBQ. Shortly after passing the Cross Roads intersection it started to rain and then thunder and lightning followed.
On arrival at Curry Reserve we found the shelter shed deserted and flooded, but after a few minutes sitting in our cars the rain eased somewhat and we all took up residence and proceeded to cook a variety of goodies on the BBQ's.
Everyone mingled around and caught up with what we had all been up to over the Xmas break etc, and a good time was had by all. I think we could have more of these twilight runs in future, particularly in the summer months as it was much easier getting home in the lighter traffic.
Report by Brian Heaton
At the 2009 Club Christmas party and Presentation night were four guest Founding Members - Bob & Anne Moore, Dennis Quinton, and David Franks. I presented the 30th Anniversary badges to our guests, and our Club President Tony Groom also presented one to me. The Club formed on December 9th, 1979 with President Bob Franks, Vice President Robin Anderson, Secretary & Public Relations Bob Moore, Assistant Secretary Anne Moore, and Treasurer Christine Quinton. Geoff Austin & myself were also Founding Members.
Left to Right - President Tony Groom & Ron Franks
Left to Right - Dennis Quinton, Ron Franks Bob Moore,
Dave Franks & Anne Moore
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