Due to Australia Post's revised policies and increased costs we no longer communicate via land mail unless self addressed stamped envelope is supplied.
OUR MEETINGS ARE HELD AT OUR CLUBROOMS
On the second Sunday of each month at 2.00 pm
Next Social Meeting
Will be held 2.00 pm Sunday 13th August 2017
at our Bacchus Marsh Clubrooms
A casual “Get together to discuss poultry”
Bring any bird or anything else poultry related along on Sunday for group discussion, advice, or general interest....... kettle will be on, bring a plate to share.
Directions to Clubrooms and Pavilion. Coming from Melbourne.
Exit Freeway. Continue along The Avenue (Main St.) until roundabout. Turn left Grant St. and at the next roundabout, prior to railway crossing, turn right along Griffiths St. As this road leaves town (cemetery on left) road changes to Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Rd. Continue approx three kilometres and you will see the West Golf Club on right. [Situated on same reserve ] Next gate on right past Golf Club, (opposite Kerrs Rd.) takes you into Harness Track
CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org FOR DETAILS
Agenda will be available for download or view here the week prior to meeting
Social Meetings are held on the Second Sunday of each month
These are Poultry Info & Learning Meetings......everyone welcome
Bring a bird or two for comment and advice
Bring something ready to serve & share with a cuppa or cold drink
Sunday Meetings will be Bird Days, Poultry Health & Husbandry etc.
Every one is welcome...bring a friend or family..
Our club holds meetings on the second Sunday of each month, starting at 2.00pm and concluding around 4.30pm. Our club is a not-for-profit community group consisting of members all with a common interest in poultry.
We rely on member input to provide monthly meetings, two Poultry Competition/Exhibitions, Early Show on the third Saturday in May and Annual Show on the fourth Saturday in July. We also offer two Helmsman Poultry Auctions each year.
All of these events operate on a "Getting back what you are willing to put in" basis. We require participants to "Join up and Join in" to make our club a successful organisation, so try to attend meetings and share in the work and the fun!!
If you have birds that you would like comment or advice on re mating or showing, bring them along for some member input.
We are always open to suggestions for an interesting topic or activity for these meetings, so let us know what activities you would like to participate in.
Come along to our next meeting, bring a friend or two, every-one is welcome.
Bring a plate to share with a cuppa at end of day.
Annual Membership applies from the first day of January through to the last day of December .
Junior Membership is available to children aged sixteen years or under in year of paying dues. Juniors are to be accompanied by Parent or Guardian at all times while participating in any club event or meeting.
Notice re Annual General Meeting will no longer be sent via Australia Post Mail unless a stamped addressed envelope is supplied prior to 1st December.
|Single Membership||$ 10.00|
|Dual Membership||$ 15.00|
|Family Membership||$ 15.00|
|Junior Membership||$ 5.00|
Single, Duel, or Family
(with no voting entitlements)
Our group is a non-profit incorporated association of volunteers
We should consider ourseves priviliged to have so many regional Clubs hosting weekly shows across the State. Clubs all need support to provide you with your hobby. All membership money is minimal only and virtually only covers record keeping of such membership. Entry fees only basically cover the day.
Shows take an enourmous amount of club members, exhibitors like yourself, time and effort, giving you a show to participate in. Club Shows are not commercial ventures, and have no administration to carry the burden, existing only on like minded people all working together to provide this great hobby.
Each exhibitor must be prepared to put in equal to that which they receive or show participation will become a thing of the past. Seems a lot of Clubs are getting short on "hands on" members. Our hobby requires younger exhibitors to become more involved, stepping up and taking on more of the physical work along with all taking on a share of the administration side.