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Recent Bulletins from the Board

Bulletin #1 - Mar-17  Bulletin #2 - Mar-23
Bulletin #3 - Mar-27



April Wheel Spin is now online


How to read online
(Note, disregard the calendar pages in this issue. Many events were cancelled after publication.)



Next Club meeting Wed May 13

The April meeting was succesfully held fully online.
Please accept our apologies if you could not log in. We had already extended our licence to 500 users, but a 100 user limit kicked in soon after the meeting started, and we didn't get that corrected until 8:30pm.
A full recording of the meeting is available on the Livestream page.




Next Competition Event ???

All events cancelled until further notice



Next Rob Roy event ???

All hillclimbs cancelled until further notice
Club Activities during COVID 19 Stage 3 restrictions

Club Permits Still being processed if posted to the club P.O. Box (see here)
Wheel Spin Still being produced and mailed. Also readable online via the Members Portal
Facebook page Still operating here.
Club meetings All meetings at the clubrooms are cancelled until restrictions are eased.
This includes general Club meetings and Register meetings.
The "second Wednesday" club meetings will be conducted online,
using Zoom software, until further notice.
Committee
meetings
Cannot meet at the clubrooms.
May be conducted online using the club’s registered copy of the Zoom software.
Contact Club Captain Ric Collett for access
Club runs No organised social meetings can take place under the current restrictions.
Club competition All competition events are suspended until restrictions are eased.

Victorian Government COVID-19 information page.

USE OF CLUB PERMIT VEHICLES
The only reasons Victorians should be leaving their home are for:
obtaining food and supplies, medical care and care giving, exercise, and work or education.
 
While you can continue to use your club permit vehicle, its use must only be in connection with one of the above activities
(as well as being in accordance with the usual rules for use of club permit vehicles). 
 
Victoria Police have powers to enforce social distancing laws and can issue fines of up to $1,652 for individuals who don’t comply.