Latest Newsletter for the Bendigo Newcomers
The key to the future of the Bendigo Newcomers Group is to attract new members, and we, the current committee have been doing a lot to do that.
Wow, it’s been a hot start to the 2014 year hasn’t it?
The new Newcomers Committee has met a few times since the AGM and we’ve most recently planned the next quarter’s events.
Welcome to the October – January newsletter.
By the time you read this our new web site will be just about due to be
Here we are in the month of June. Again, the year is flying by.
I’ve done a couple of radio interviews promoting the Newcomers Group since the last newsletter & one of those was on the ABC’s Central Victoria on their Breakfast Show.
About 40 members enjoyed the Bendigo Newcomers Christmas Lunch which was held at the lovely home of members Kevin and Jenny.
Everyone enjoyed a delicious barbeque meal and a lovely celebration before Christmas.
We have had our Annual General Meeting on 25th September and elected our committee for the coming year.
We have had a number of very successful events for the second quarter of the year including morning teas, drinks and dinners at many of Bendigo’s popular venues; movie nights, music/stage shows, Easter activities, Golden Dragon Museum visit and home event.
We have had a number of very successful events already this year.
These include a Sunday lunch at the Goldmines Hotel, drinks at the Gold Dust Lounge downstairs at the Shamrock Hotel, history walk around some of Bendigo’s historical streetscapes, morning teas at varying venues, dinner at the Hibernian Hotel and drinks and dinner at the Rifle Brigade Hotel.
Welcome to the first edition of the Welcome Mat for 2011/2012.
We have had our Annual General Meeting and elected our committee for the coming year.
Bendigo Newcomers has kicked into high gear for the winter and members have been able to enjoy a wide variety of very successful social events.
We have had a number of dinners and drinks at local pubs; tours of gallery exhibitions, the Bendigo Bank and the Town Hall; and the everpopular morning teas at the Puddler