Ballarat Radio Model Flying Club Inc.
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Club Meetings

The club holds general meetings (see note below) on the 4th Wednesday of each month commencing at 7:30PM. In January, if the meeting falls on Australia Day (26th) the meeting is held the next day Thursday.

We started holding the meetings at the Spreadeagle Road, Yendon field in January 2005 after the room we were using in town became unavailable. This was adopted as an interim measure but we soon found that attendances at the meetings increased, so we continued holding the meetings at the field.

The winter months made some meeting nights a bit harsh weather wise so from July 2011 we began using a combination of Findlay Engineering, Field Air Offices at Ballarat Airport and Gekko staff room. Since April 2015 we were using the Eastwood Street Leisure Centre on a regular basis.

Then along came COVID-19 in early 2020 which prevented us using the Eastwood Street Leisure Centre during lockdown. Once restrictions were eased we began using the Golden Plains Northern Community Centre (Haddon Hall), 390 Sago Hill Road Haddon, where the indoor flying is held on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday evenings between 7-9PM.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held in July and takes place immediately before the ordinary meeting. This is when the committee for the following 12 months is elected.

Members are encouraged to bring along a plate for supper after the meeting.

What: Club Meetings.

When: 4th Wednesday commencing at 7:30PM. (Excluding December)
The next meeting will be held on: Wednesday, 22 September 2021  (*** Tonight ***)

Where: Golden Plains Northern Community Centre (Haddon Hall) since second half of 2020.
(If in doubt check the newsletter which is published a couple of days beforehand.)

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