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Victoria's Premier All Make Touring Club
Victoria's Premier All Make Touring Club

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Seriously, things can go this wrong in moments if you loose focus!
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After 25 great years at Balwyn, the Jackaroo 4wd Club is now on the move.

Yes, starting with our first meeting in 2016, (January 20) the Club will hold all regular monthly meetings not at North Balwyn RSL, but at our new home at the Fairfield Bowling Club situated at 125 Gillies St, Fairfield. Melway Ref: map 30, K9 Map

The move to Fairfield will bring our meeting place into a more central location that is easily accessed from the Eastern Freeway.

As well as greater accessibility our move to Fairfield Bowling Club will offer members improved amenities and options for a greater range of activities.  An added bonus for those who like to grab a bite to eat before the meeting, is the almost endless variety of dishes available at the many eateries in Fairfield Village, just a block away from the bowling club.

An email will be sent to members prior to the January meeting with detailed directions and further information about our new home.

In the meantime, if you would like to help with the movement of our material from Balwyn to Fairfield please contact Dave Dobson.

The down side is that unlike North Balwyn RSL the Fairfield Bowling Club does not provide artillery – so we will have to take care of our own defence.
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The Photos we chose for the awards Easter 2013
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Easter 2013 - Trip Awards
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Easter – Tri State – 2013

Every year the three Jackaroo and Holden Clubs from Victoria, NSW and SA get together over Easter for four days of fun and four wheel driving. Each state hosts the Tri-state event in turn, and chooses a special location in their state. In 2013, it is Victoria’s turn to host, and we will be gathering in the Pyrenees Ranges in Western Victoria. You can read more about the 2013 tri-state gathering in our newsletters now available on the website.
http://jackaroo4wdclub.org.au/word/?page_id=24
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Hello all.
You have probably made commitments for Easter already, certainly those going to Whyalla for the Tri-State gathering have done so.
The Club as a whole is committed to the Tri-State gathering, however any individual member who is able to aid this flood relief effort is encouraged to contact FWDV direct and make personal arrangements.

Peter Sanders
President
Jackaroo 4WD Club of Vic. Inc.

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All Club President, Secretary and Delegates,

As you may be aware we have a meeting with a Moira Shire representative on Friday 23/3/2012, and we assume following that meeting we will be in a position to commence the allocation of tasks and areas for flood recovery.

Could you please advise by return to this email address your clubs intentions regarding the undertaking of flood recovery tasks, approx member numbers and when they are likely to be available.

We are hoping to get a good response into the flood area over the Easter break so if you can assist in any way it would be appreciated.

We also understand there are clubs who have commenced recovery work in certain areas, and we would appreciate an indication of their tasks and areas. This info is simply to ensure we do not double up in the allocation of labour.

Currently on our list we have notification from Ballarat, Northern Districts and Going 4 W.D. clubs.

We are certain there are many other clubs/individual members who would be willing to assist these people up North so, if you can send us an email and we will find you something meaningful to do.

Thank you


Allan Marshall and Peter Townsend
Flood Recovery co-ordinators
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