members monthly minutes for elermore vale mens shed. results of the agenda
One of the best ways to start up a Men’s Shed is to get local interest happening in your area. Put a posters in local shopping centres and do letter box drops to get more noticed. You can get your local clubs and other charity groups interested in helping you start up a Men’s Shed. If you are looking for professional support to help you start up a Men’s Shed then I would recommend you contact the Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA). They can assist you with how to get started forming a Men’s Shed in your local area. The AMSA offer a manual that can help you get going and offers you ideas to do what is needed to start up a Men’s Shed. There is no cost involved in joining the AMSA, but you will need to get insurance to help protect your new members and this is where the association can help you. They have a national insurance policy that no other insurance company could possible hope to match. Read the rest…
Our May monthly meeting which should be on 2nd of May will be held over until 9th May, somebody said the State of Origin is on.
So it is officially the 9th of May for this months meeting for the Elermore Vale Men’s Shed! See you all there! New members are welcome!
A meeting was held at the Elermore Vale Men’s Shed on 7th March AT 7 pm.
Minutes from meeting .
Before the meeting started Darryl Lewis gave a 30 minute talk on safety in the shed
and home, he touched on electrics e.g. safety switches, extensions leads, tagging
and keeping a register of the tags.
Asbestos was the next subject, use caution when working with it, a P2 face mask
must be worn and damped the area when drilling or cutting the area.
Darryl also talked about various planning laws including the new roof guttering
The meeting thanked Darryl for his interesting talk, and he offered to help with his
cousin with the setup of the Band Saw when it arrives.
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Elermore Vale Community Centre have been a great help for our shed. They have provided a place for us to put our sheds, and they take messages for us, Elermore Vale Community Centre do lots of work for community, Neighbour Aid (02) 4951 8083 hold their meetings in the Centre, and run functions for the elderly in the Centre. To see all the activities at Elermore Vale Community Centre go to the link.
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A meeting was held at the Elermore Vale Community Centre on the 1st February at 7.00pm
Minutes From Meeting :-
- Reading minutes of last meeting.
- Questions arising.
- Brian will organise with Michael Redpath ( Elermore Vale Pharmacy ) to be presented with a Men’s Shed shirt, if he wants one, a photo will be taken to record the event.