Life Membership Awarded

Phil Horwell – President & Robert Gannon – Vice President,  have been in those positions for eleven years were awarded life membership for their outstanding contribution towards the association.

Their dedication in establishing the organisation is a credit to them.

The first meeting was in 2007, formally established 2008 and opened the Station Museum on 1st June 2009 for two days a week

The museum is now opened six days a week as well as two gang sheds near the Wagga Wagga Railway Station.

Thank you boys, a credit to you both.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newsletter No.106 April 2018

NEWSLETTER No.106 April 2018 

  • We have accepted an agreement with CentreLink to engage in the possibility of using persons to volunteer in the museum – see minutes
  • We have been advised that we will be providing a food stand at the Wagga annual swap meet in July. Details still to be worked out
  • Numbers coming through the museum have been increasing at an incredible rate. Our investment in the various brochures, bookmarks, flyers into accommodation venues in Wagga (motels, caravan parks etc) is paying off.
  • We have engaged a professional to video a short promotional DVD of our venues. This will further enhance our means of more widespread audience including our website, THNSW website, Wagga Tourist information centre and many more.
  • Life Membership will now be included in our constitution

 

Newsletter No.105 APRIL 2018

NEWSLETTER No.105 April 2018

  • A very big month of activity for the month of March within the group. We have had several sessions with a coordinator in developing a 5 year strategic plan, mission statement and a collection policy
  • We have designed and have printed new posters & bookmarks showing photographs & details of our email, webpage & facebook. The posters are being displayed locally within accommodation venues including caravan parks. Also at Orange, Temora, Coolamon and others. A significant size poster is in the Wagga Wagga Railway station waiting room
  • The distribution of brochures & posters was sent out to the Clay Target Championships and the current ‘Stone the Crows’ events at Wagga Wagga. Over 1400 brochures distributed
  • We will have the design for the outdoor venues at the station museum & gang sheds soon
  • We have a new logo for our group
  • The Bunnings family night was a success with our train layout display being a hit. Backed up with some executive members it was appreciated by everyone.
  • We are in need of volunteers for the Station Museum & Gang Sheds for April. All Fridays for the month need your help
  • Please note that a ‘Special Resolution Motion’ will be presented for voting next month. The first motion includes the means to have ‘life membership’ included in our constitution