Following the Kalamunda Circuit trail opening at 1230 on 24th March, WAMBA will be holding their AGM at the Camel Farm.
Here is a little more information about what being on the committe entails:
There is no minimum commitment of time. Do what you can. Do what you want.
We hold approx 10 meetings a year. Historically these have been on Tuesday evenings at the DSR in Leederville and last around 2 hours. You do not have to attend every meeting. We have experimented with using skype to talk with committee members who don't live in Perth, but with mixed results.
All positions will be open for election at the AGM but we definitely need:
- may have to stand in for the President at some meetings but other than that no responsibilities greater than that of a general committee member.
- we have relatively few transactions. Most are dealt with by Register Now online payments.
General committee members
- Could get involved with writing grant applications, liaising with landowners (DEC), coordinating a state series, fund raising and raising awareness at events and races, seeking funding from industry, anything else you want (organise social events/rides? merchandise? other fundraisers?)
It would be awesome to have someone on the committee who is passionate about Langford Park, Jarrahdale, and would like to take responsibility for there. Likewise the Goat Farm.
You do not need to live in Perth to be on the committee. It would be great if WAMBA were to represent more of the state. If you can't make the AGM please send your nomination in by email
Hope to see lots of you at 1230 on the 24th at the Camel Farm.
Kalamunda Circuit Signposted
A huge thanks for Murray, Ric and Jesse who signposted the remaining sections of the Kalamunda Circuit on Saturday. Hopefully less people will get lost now!
to view the latest Kalamunda Circuit map.