GVI Oxfam Second Fundraiser

The second fundraiser is a TRIVIA NIGHT This will be held on March 22nd Upper Ferntree Gully Cricket Club Kings Reserve Upper Ferntree Gully Enter via Acacia Road or Willow Road.   This is an all ages DRY event due to licensing restrictions. BYO food/snacks and non- alcoholic drinks Entry fees are $150 per team of up to 8 people. If you don’t have a team or only have part of a team, pay a $20 entry fee each and turn up on the night. We’ll mix and match a team together. We have an amazing, and experienced trivia host … Continue reading GVI Oxfam Second Fundraiser

Fundraising for the GVI Oxfam Teams

A message from members of the GVI Oxfam Teams on their latest fundraising exploits.   Karen, Adriaan and Donna have been busily working behind-the-scenes to organise some fundraisers, that will be fun for us all.  The first fundraiser is a TREASURE HUNT  Pre-register HERE The treasure hunt is being held at Brimbank park on March 2. The treasure hunt has a $10 entry fee per person/team. Entry fees can be paid direct to an Oxfam team, or to GVI who will divvy up the profits between the four teams. Entry fees via GVI can be paid HERE Or direct to a … Continue reading Fundraising for the GVI Oxfam Teams

New GVI Committee Members

What an amazing time we’ve had the past few weeks with nominations for two committee positions and the subsequent voting. With a record SIX confirmed nominations, including a big range of people, both in personality and caching style, the current committee knew we’d have some fun when it came to voting. We just didn’t realise the magnitude.  Previous committee nominations had yielded few nominations, and the highest number of voters being around 70. In other voting areas, we’d had been about 95 voters for our change of name. Todays vote had an amazing 162 voters, and we cannot thank you … Continue reading New GVI Committee Members

Friends of Parks Vic

Geocaching Victoria Incorporated is very excited to announce that we are now officially affiliated with Parks Vic. In coming months, we will undergo some information sessions with their rangers that will enable us to set up and run CITO events without having to obtain prior authorisation. Something that usually needs to be organised months in advance, as it requires one of their rangers to be present. Once everything is finalised, we will have members who will be trained in the safety briefings, and they will act as de facto rangers for us. Parks Vic requires that we all be registered … Continue reading Friends of Parks Vic