2019 AGM Report – from the new President
The Bushrangers AGM was held on 30/11/19 with a core of enthusiastic attendees having very positive and constructive input into the future year ahead.
Items presented and discussed as follows.
Secretary report: Emma has done an amazing job throughout the year keeping the wheels of the club rolling. Emma gave an overview of the club’s major activities, skills training, Sunshine coast council Grant partnership, QPWS interaction, Social Media update. Emma has been a pivotal member of the committee in the past year, learning the roll of club secretary with the ease of a new derailleur keeping the club in the right gear.
Treasures report: Financial position and standing, club audit. Great job and big thanks to Luke for the past year, much appreciate. Thanks to Katie for doing the 2018/19 audit.
Vice President: Adam gave a very informative report on the recent member/non-member survey, this helps the committee guide the club direction for the members. Adam has also engaged a new Bushrangers web site design to launch the club into the new year and beyond. Great job Adam.
Women’s Advocacy: Presented by the ever-enthusiastic Suzy giving an insite into the exciting previous and future years activities, fantastic increased growth in membership and participation. Go Girls is a massive credit to Suzy and her ride leaders keeping the balance and diversity in the club.
Trails officer Report: Presented by the unstoppable John on trail care days (next one is 18/1/2020), adopt a trail, facilities and new parklands signage. Keep your eye on the web site for trail care dates. Credit to John on the many rides lead by john throughout the year.
Social Committee: Presented by the dynamic trio Kerrie, Tania and Amanda, the team have promised to organise up to 4 adventurous away trips including the brilliant Hidden vale trails when things cool down. Looking forward to Quarterly post ride BBQ’s at Parkies 😊 keep your eye on the calendar.
Ride Coordinator: Toby the most supportive, encouraging ride leader to new and old members has done a fantastic job keeping the variety and diversity of rides for all members. This is a pivotal roll and largely what the club is about.
New Members Services: Alan has done brilliant job in attracting new members with his well-planned entry-level trail selection, this is critical in inviting new members and introducing them to our trail networks. In addition, up skilling people with organised training helping them to reach their safe full potential. Looking forward to the new year’s rides listed on the calendar.
Elected 2020 committee members.
President: Miles Porteous (new)
Vice President: Adam King
Secretary: Emma McCormack
Treasure: Kerry Clausen (new).
Members Services Alan Marsden
Women’s Advocacy: Suzy Hume
Trails Officer: John Searston
Social Co-ordinators: Tania Marks, Amanda Porteous, Kerrie Pascoe
Ride Co-ordinator: Ian (Toby) Reavely
The club is looking forward to another great year of riding across the amazing selection of trails on offer throughout South East Queensland ranging from Hinterland Rainforests, Stunning Beaches, Old School single tracks, formed flowing trails and cross-country endless fire trails. One of the best ways to learn an experience some these hidden treasures is to join the Original Bushrangers MTB club and share the knowledge with likeminded people. If anyone has a great ride they would like to share with the club feel free to make contact.
Looking forward to seeing you out on the tracks.
Safe riding, Keep the wheels rolling.
Miles Porteous ( President)