Tuesday, November 28, was the last meeting for the year at the Eurobodalla Photographic Club.
The evening started with the General Meeting and then the Annual General Meeting where the new committee was elected:
The new committee for 2018 is: president Ken Foster, vice-president Ron Gash, treasurer and public officer Phil Warburton, competition secretary Heath Barkley, club secretary Robyn Isaacson and committee members Jill Armstrong and Lisbeth Westra.
Our remote judge for the evening was Ben Eyles who judged the last competition for the year via YouTube.
The competition subject was open and only projected images.
The winners were announced at the club Christmas dinner on Saturday, December 2, which was held at the Gardens Cafe at the Eurobodalla Botanic Garden.
After the competition, club member Brian Gunter was in charge of a play with glow wands.
Most club members had brought along their camera for a bit of fun.
Lots of laughs were had as some members twirled the glow tubes and other members was lined up photographing the spectacle.
At the club Christmas dinner, the winners of both the November competition and the highest point score during the year were announced.
Rob Geraghty won the trophy for the highest point score during the year. Dave Kemp got second place and Brian Gunter was third.
Our November competition was a special edition with prizes for the winners.
First prize was $100 which was donated by PerfEx (Batemans Bay Performance and Exhibition Centre Working Group Inc.)
First prize went to Geoff McVeigh for his “Sunrise at Mossy Point”.
Second prize was $80 from the club kitty and went to Shirley Gunter for her “Cactus Flowers”.
Third prize was $50, also from the club’s kitty, and went to Dave Kemp for his “Wrestling Match”.
We had four Highly Commended who each received $25. They went to: Colin Pass for his “Staithes village”, Ric Bannister for his “Spring Feeding”, Peter Vassallo for his “Sunset Over Poverty Beach”, Brian Gunter for his “One Tree Hotel”.
Our next meeting is Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Visitors are welcome.
Eurobodalla Photogrqaphic Club has been going for over 20 years and is currently flourishing with 40 members. The membership profile includes people from teenage years to those in their seventies.
Our philosophy is to create a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in which members can meet and enjoy their hobby whilst increasing their knowledge. www.eurobodallaphotographicclub.org