Grafton Vintage Motor Vehicle Club witnessed a record attendance for their first meeting of 2016 at new headquarters in Jabour Park.
Grafton Vintage Motor Vehicle Club witnessed a record attendance for their first meeting of 2016 at new headquarters in Jabour Park.

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VINTAGE MOTOR VEHICLES: The first Grafton Vintage Motor Vehicle Club Inc meeting for 2016 was held at the newly acquired venue and club rooms at Jabour Park last Sunday with a record attendance of 76 members.

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This showed a successful trail run of holding Sunday meetings, thus allowing members to drive their club cars to the event.

A barbecue followed the meeting, with all members male and female trialling the refurbished kitchen.

Four new members were welcomed into the club, with Jamie Stone and his club vehicle on display, this being a vintage 56-seater bus.

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It was good to see two members, Frank Hepple and Wally Scott, off the sick list and attending the meeting.

A coffee fun has been planned this Thursday, February 18, to Emerald Beach. These coffee runs have attracted a good following and attendance.

The next monthly meeting will again be held Sunday, March 6 at 4pm at Jabour Park. Visitors are welcome to attend. A BYO barbecue will follow.

- Doug Clark, President



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