The meeting achieved an enthusiastic quorum, given the fact that it was a Tuesday morning and too early for many. AGM business was painless and efficient. The big highlight was a special resolution to adjust the Objectives of the Association. Essentially, we clarified that the Association aims to benefit local community non-profits, is able to… Continue reading Meeting Minutes 2024/11/28
The Annual Trimming was held on the Summer Solstice, 22 Dec 2022. An inspection of the fig tree’s annual growth showed no loss of vigour since last year’s pruning. It was decided to cut below some of the main junctions this year to force regrowth from lower down the fig’s stems. All stems causing pressure… Continue reading Trimming the Fig Tree 2022
The meeting achieved quorum. The President gave brief summary of the year’s achievements and challenges. – We have gotten the warning signs produced and posted, which is important for insurance. – We have also arrived at a very satisfactory solution for the plaques, which opens the way for creating a fund-raising prospectus. – The TRAQs team have been… Continue reading Meeting Minutes (AGM) 2022/11/05
An energetic and enthusiastic crew attended our first effort to trim the Boiler Fig. The event was held, by custom, on the Summer Solstice (21 Dec 2021). ——————— The Annual Story of Trimming the Tree The pioneers thought there would never be an end to the timber, but by the 1980’s it was clear that… Continue reading Trimming the Fig Tree 2021
Update on the RADF Signs project. Presentation of Financial report Gerda donating more bottles/cans money Pam membership Discussion of a “Plaque Prospectus” for early next year. Download Minutes
A short, sharp Annual General Meeting to mark our first full year as an incorporated Association! Download Minutes
Download a print-ready report of the Launch Remarks offered by Mayor Angela Toppin Representatives of the Mt Molloy Boiler Block Benefit Committee, George and Margo Chapman, Representatives of JAMMARR. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, Good morning I would like to start today by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of the land on which we gather… Continue reading Launch of the project
Starting to clear the edges of the heritage area boundary. Started behind the Marshall engine where the grass was most dense.
Small group chat (people out with flu season, Laura Festival); welcomed Glen Cambage who had good ideas about fence and signage; walked the site; proposed working bee.
We had a good turn-out of the members and a couple of new folk show up for a round-table discussion. Logo is looking good. Signage concept floated and received well. Download flyer