CABOOLTURE FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH GROUP INC.
Phone No - 5428 2018
Email - email@example.com
Welcome to our new Member – John Fenton
Welcome back – Elsie Mundt and Bev Cox
Next meeting is
(Nomination forms and proxy forms are available from the office – If you have an email address, they will have been emailed to you as a jpg for you to print out if you wish to use either the Nomination form or the Proxy form…thank you)
If you have not paid your membership dues for 2006/2007 they are due now.
($30 single membership - $40 dual membership)
(Optional $10 mailing fee)
Our Open Day was a day that brought quite a few people into the club to see what they could do to find their ancestry. A couple of them joined, and some others were going to think it over before joining…All in all, quite a satisfactory day.
That time of the year is fast approaching when you have to take the bit between your teeth and decide if you wish to take a more active part in the running of your club. You can do this by nominating for any position that takes your fancy. The nomination forms will be mailed/emailed* out to all members along with proxy voting forms.
Back to that old subject where once again, I encourage all members to support your club through the fundraising enterprises as this allows us to purchase new research materials.
Note that the Mother’s Day Raffle is in progress and will be drawn on Saturday 13 May so come along.
We also have a beautiful Italian marble topped stand supplied by Jack Piper and two highly desirable collectable plates donated by Carmen Aebersold. These prizes will be drawn in November to celebrate the anniversary of the club. Tickets are on sale now. Now more than ever, we need your support.
If anyone has some time to spare, please consider being a volunteer in the office. If you wish to do so, please see any of the duty persons or your committee members.
Do not forget that are also anniversary mugs and recipe books (new edition) available for sale.
OFFICE BEARERS FOR 2005/2006
Jane O’Brien, Chris Ryder & Glenys Gordon
Publications Editor (Hindsight & Newsletter)
If you have email, the nomination form and proxy forms will be emailed to you as a jpg. Please print out a copy, if you wish to nominate for a position or you wish to give your proxy to a member of the Club. If you don’t have email, these forms will be mailed to you. Of course, you may also collect a copy of the relevant forms from the Office, if you are at the Club…thank you.
Payment of Membership Dues – Upon request, details can be supplied to enable you to pay via Direct Deposit. Or you can pay by cheque. If paying by cash, please assist by bringing the correct money if you can, as there is only a small amount of cash/change held on the premises, due to the two break-ins.
LIBRARY DUTY ROSTER
Doug C. – Every Wednesday morning & 2nd Saturday morning
David – Every Monday afternoon, every Friday morning, & 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th Saturday morning
Janet – Every Monday morning & 2nd Saturday morning
Elaine – Every Wednesday afternoon
Jackie – Every Monday afternoon (Thank you Jackie for volunteering to join the Library Duty Roster)
Jane – 3rd & 4th Saturday morning
Pat V. – 2nd Wednesday morning
Coral – 2nd Wednesday afternoon
Trevor – 4th Wednesday afternoon
Gloria – 1st Saturday morning & 4th Monday morning
Glenys – Every Monday morning
Joanne – Every Friday morning & 1st, 3rd & 4th Saturday morning
Doug S. – 1st & 3rd Friday morning
We are in need of more members to volunteer for ‘duty’. It is not hard – it is just a case of being there to assist new members and visitors. Ideally we would like to have two duty persons per session. At the moment, most days, we have just one person ‘on duty’.
Monthly raffles …Tickets $1.00 each
Don’t forget when you buy your raffle ticket/tickets you can nominate your preferred item for purchase.
The Raffle for May is a Mothers Day Raffle
1st prize is a Ladies handbag
2nd prize is a necklace and a pair of ear rings
3rd prize is a selection of lavender products
4th prize is a Desperate Housewives Apron (donated by EzyDVD).
Fund raising is an essential part of Club business, to enable us to purchase more resources to assist you in your research. Thank you for supporting our fundraising efforts. Don’t forget if you ‘find’ a resource that would be a welcome addition to our library, please let office staff know.
We have been given some very beautiful items for the Monthly raffles and it has been decided to use two of these items in a special raffle. Prizes are a carved wooden pedestal stand (donated by Jack Piper) and two Royal Albert Collector Plates, one with Prince Charles and the other with the late Princess Diana (donated by Carmen Aebersold). To be drawn 11th November. Tickets are $1 each and are available from the office.
If you wish to participate, cost will be $10, paid up
Weeks 1-4 – prize is $20
Week 5 – Prize is $100
New edition “Recipes for all Occasions” is now available….cost $5 per copy.
Our 25th Anniversary Coffee Mugs are for sale. $8.00 each and all money raised goes to the Club. They are available in blue, green and brown.
Stories for the Hindsight can be submitted at any
time for publication in upcoming issues of the magazine. The magazine is sent to many other Genealogy
Also don’t forget our birthday page in the Hindsight. If your birthday is June, July or August, please submit your baby/toddler photo for inclusion on the birthday page.
BDM news – As from
The State Archives are now open on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Yes it is census
year again for
Laminating - $1.00 per A4 sheet (see office staff)
(Some of the) New Additions to our library resources
Ship Gold Dream,
Tracks & Times - A history of the Pine Rivers District - Donated by K Luck.
Davis-Family History Donated by
YOUR FAMILY TREE
If you would like to donate a copy of your Family tree to the Club, you are most welcome, or alternatively, maybe you would like to give just a surname list (along with State/Country) from your family tree to the Club. This could/would be viewed by other Club members. You just never know to whom you may be related!
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?
(BBC2 English Programme)
If you want to watch episodes of this very interesting family history programme, the videos are available for members to borrow…please enquire at the office.
Heritage Walk of
Jane, Joanne and Elaine visited the
The next few dates for the walks are – 4th June, 2nd July, 6th August and 3rd September. Instructions are – meet at the flagpole near the main entrance, wear a hat, walking shoes and bring drinking water. The walk lasts approx. 90 mins.
WILDLIFE COLLECTABLES (frogs, lizards, etc)
Check out these cute little figurines in the catalogue….they are reasonably priced and there is a huge selection of products available. Ask to see the catalogue, which will be available for the next two weeks. The Club will get a % of all sales.
by Joanne Beeston (Librarian)
Tracks & Times, a history of the Pine Rivers district
compiled to commemorate the Centenary of the Pine Rivers Shire &
This book is about various industries & families throughout the years of the Pine Rivers history it is so fascinating and the photos are great.
A very interesting book for any who loves to read about history, but a real gem if you have relatives from this area. Found in QLD section: Reference code: REF QLD TRAC
DATES TO REMEMBER
Saturday 27th May - Guest Speaker - Rhona Collinson
Saturday 24th June - Guest Speaker - Stephanie Ryan
Saturday 29th July - Guest Speaker - Roma Waldron
Most of the
Check out the notice board – Listings of upcoming School Reunions!! These are from Education News
Crikey – I almost forgot!!
Thank you to Australia Zoo for their kind donation of entry passes to be used for fundraising.
Some websites for you to check out………….
memorial photos – owners of site are based in
Don’t forget to check back regularly on the LDS website as they are continually adding more information…they are also doing a major overhaul of the site.
On line language translator – very handy
In the search results you could get birthplace and date, next of kin, etc.
A site with plenty of links to many different genealogy websites…a good starting point.
What is says –
free access to births, deaths and marriages in the
NSW births, deaths and marriages – free online index. Births 1788 – 1905; marriages 1788 – 1955; deaths 1788-1975 (10 years more marriages than on the microfiche and 30 years more of death registers than on microfiche)