Dragon Boat Racing, Whaling Station Tour, Annual General Meeting and a dinner dance made for a great day for members at the last full day of activities at our National Muster.
While our more adventurous members took to the water for a dragon boat race, others did a bus trip to Albany where they went through a guided tour of the Whaling Station, climbed up the steep track and viewed the wind turbines at a Wind Farm observing magnificent views along the coastline, and visited the Natural Arch and The Gap where they observed remnants of the days when Australia was still linked to Antarctica. Other members enjoyed freestyling the day at the many attractions in the region.
Returning back to camp, we had our Club’s Annual General Meeting where our Chairman Craig Humphrey was re-elected for a further three years, and marketing director Deb Bott was elected for three years. Both directors were unopposed. Motions awarding Cec and Di Caterer and Derek Hale Life Memberships for their many years of dedicated service to our Club, were carried unanimously and with great cheers. Members then posed for the annual National Muster group photo.
A big day concluded with members dancing the night to the music and song of ‘Big Men Working’ at a delicious two course dinner dance where members shared friendships and their adventures of the day.