The Metropolitan Bowls Association (MBA) has advised that Mr Ron Mitchel recently resigned from the MBA Executive Committee due to current health reasons. This was announced at the latest MBA Annual General Meeting. Due to this unfortunate happening the MBA is seeking bowlers who would like to join the MBA’s Executive Committee. For those members who may be interested, the MBA Committee Application/Nomination Form along with a Resume Proforma may be obtained from the PHBC secretary, Mr Gerard Tancred.
Don’t forget this special Anzac Day Event to be held at the Para Hills Bowling Club on Thursday 25 April 2019 commencing at 11.00 am. Entry fee is $10.00 per head which includes a BBQ brunch and afternoon tea. This event is sponsored by the club’s life members. Full details can be found on the Club News Page.
The Para Hills Bowling Club Inc. Annual General Meeting will be held on
Sunday 5 May 2019 at 11.00am
Business to be transacted encompasses:
- Confirmation of the Minutes of the previous AGM;
- Presentation of Balance Sheet and Statement of Accounts;
- Notices of Motion (subject to receipt);
- Election of Office Bearers, including the following;
- Admin Secretary of the Board of Management,
- Vice President of the Board of Management,
- Chairperson of the Bowls Committee,
- Deputy Chairperson of the Bowls Committee,
- Secretary of the Bowls Committee,
- Chairperson of Selectors,
- Tournament Directors (Internal & External),
If you wish to nominate a member for any vacant position please ensure the Nomination is in writing and completed and submitted in accord with Rule 4.4 of the Para Hills Bowling Club Constitution.
All Financial Club Members Are Encouraged To Attend
A SAUSAGE SIZZLE WILL BE PROVIDED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE MEETING AT A OF COST $1 PER ATTENDEE AND THE BAR WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
There are a number of important dates for members to include in their dairies regarding future activities at the Para Hills Bowling Club. To view the dates please go to the Club News Page.
Bowls Australia’s (BA) Board has signalled an impending change to the national Artificial Devices Policy, pertaining specifically to the use of bowlers arms.
The revised Artificial Devices Policy, which will come into effect from May 1, 2019, has removed the existing stipulation that players need to have received approval from the State/Territory Association to use a bowlers arm, and also removes the need for a medical certificate to use a bowlers arm.
A copy of the new Artificial Devices Policy which, as stated, comes into effect on the 1 May 2019 addresses Wheelchairs, Walkers and Bowling Arms, can be found here.