GVI is expanding the team, to enable us to better meet the needs of the community. We welcome aboard Donna Moore (Jaktembo) and Rod Lyon (n0w0rries) as affiliate members, and thank them for the contributions they will be making to the team. Donna has been tasked with a new role, Membership Coordinator. We’ve talked many times over years about having some form of membership, but without having someone tasked solely with the task, we were just floundering. Donna will look at other community groups and the different forms of membership that they have. Donna will then present the GVI Committee … Continue reading GVI Updates
Welcome to The St Arnaud Event update. Can you believe there are ONLY A FEW DAYS TO GO? It is important that you log your “will attend” on any events you plan to attend so we can plan and cater accordingly. Check out the full Schedule so you can plan your weekend. Event Updates FRIDAY NIGHT: Due the overwhelming number expected on Friday night the Sports Club is putting on a buffet meal (one plate only – no second helping) at $19 per adult and $13 per child. This will consist of Salt & Pepper Calamari, Honey Chicken, Fried Dim Sims, Beef and … Continue reading The St Arnaud Event – only a few days to go!
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
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