State News

    December 2018 | Posted by Ray

    It’s been a great year with lots of new members and some great trips out and about. Thanks to all who contributed and came along to our events. A big thanks to the people behind the scenes who help out at all of our events and meetings, without you things would be a lot more difficult. Don't forget to come along to our Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) in February to elect our new committee and enjoy a feed in the bistro before the meeting takes place. Thank you all for supporting the chapter and the committee throughout the year. Looking forward to seeing you all soon.



    December 2018 | Posted by Chris

    Monthly Meetings
    Monthly meetings have now ceased. The next quarterly meeting will be held early in the new year.

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    December 2018 | Posted by Doug

    With another season of cruising, BBQs and bi-monthly meetings already started I would firstly like to welcome Richard McMilan to the committee position of Events Director. Richard has been a club member for well over 10 years and always has offered his help and his home for club functions. We wish him success in this role. I would also like to thank Mark and Sharon Righetti for their efforts in the past with club cruises and social events. Mark's work commitments have made him stand aside.

    Our first season cruise was last week to Murray Bridge for lunch, we had 6 vehicles cruise from the start and picked up quite a few more along the way. After lunch, some of us made our way down to the riverfront reserve and for some adult entertainment, we tried to scare the kids with the Bunyip (fibreglass river monster). I feel a good day was had by all. Not long now and it will be our chapters Christmas party / December meeting and Christmas will again be upon us. So from the committee of the SA Chapter, please everybody have a safe and enjoyable Christmas, and I will see you on the road.



    December 2018 | Posted by Bill

    Summer has arrived and some of the big shows are on the boil in WA. November 18 is the GM Owners day and will see over 400 Cars on display at Bassendean Oval. Quite a good turn out for Pontiac drivers.

    The replacement for Big Al's run will happen again mid February, it sees around 600 cars, so drop in and chat.

    Meetings - first Tuesday of every month at the Como Hotel 8pm or 7pm for a meal prior.