2015 Life Members

At our Annual General Meeting in May 2015, two of our members were awarded Honorary Life Membership:

  • Colin Allsopp (Member #1)
  • Craig Wilson (Member #2)

Congratulations to these worthy recipients.

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There's an App for us!

Team AppAt our November meeting, the members in attendance agreed we should trial the use of a Smartphone app to improve our communications. This provides automatic notifications and reminders (a bit like text messages) for events and news, photos and links to other relevant sites.

To get the full features of the App you need to download "Team App" onto your smartphone. Download Team App here - Its 100% FREE.

Launch Team App and search for FE-FC Holden Car Club of NSW.
1. Sign-up to Team App. You'll be sent an email to confirm your registration.
2. Search for your club's App and request access to the "Members" group.

Of course, this is just a trial, and we will continue to send emails to all members.

Club Constitution (2013)

At our Annual General Meeting in May, the members agreed to implement a revised Club Rules & Constitution. The significant areas of change are:

  • Greater clarity on Club Plate Rules
  • Introduction of new rule regarding non-FE-FC vehicles on Club Plates
  • Annual renewal date now June 30, not coinciding with the AGM
  • Some changes to Committee Positions
  • Clarified rules regarding club awards

Please grab a copy and famiiarise yourself with it. The previous version is available if you would like to compare it to the document it replaced.

Constitution Club Constitution effective 2013

AGM Procedures

 At our August General Meeting, we held a forum to discuss the existing AGM procedure, and gave all members present an opportunity to suggest ways in which improvements could be made. The Executive Committee looked at the suggestions, and presented a summary and proposed approach at the September General Meeting.

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Jack Rawnsley

The members of the FE-FC Holden Car Club of NSW express our condolences to the family of Jack Rawnsley, who passed away this week at the age of 99.

Jack was a GM-Holden engineer from 1936 until 1976. He was one of the small group of Holden's best engineers sent to Detroit, Michigan in the 1940s to work on the vehicle that was to become "Australia's Own Car".

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