Casino & District Family History Group Inc.

Committee 2014

From Committee Members 2015


 

  President  Barbara Hollis  66625051 bjhollis@aapt.net.au

 

  Vice President. Cherryl Mison undeedenjerseys1@bigpond.com

  

  Correspondence Sec.  Gwen Newman 66626523  gwennewman@aapt.net.au                   

    

  Minutes Secretary  Robyn Nesbitt  66622460  rknesbitt@bigpond.com.au                        

 

  Treasurer  Joanne Griffiths 0408709393 therealm@activ8.net.au                        

 

  Memberships Dianne Clarke  6624035 dirxcl@bigpond.com                        

 

   Resource Officer  Patricia McDonald  66631372 gfpa12@bigpond.com

                   

   Newsletter Editor  David  Peterson 66671227 dandlpeterson@bigpond.com

             

   Research Officer  Helen Elford  66622849   hbelford@bigpond.com                        

                  

   Librarian  Mavis Goodlad  0428564897  edendales1@bigpond.com        

                               

   Publicity Officer  Shirlee McPherson  0439079803 shirleemcpherson@gmail.com               

 

  Roster Cordinator  Marge Cole  66625267  marge.cole@bigpond.com

                   

  Web Page Editor  Barbara Hollis 66625051 bjhollis@aapt.net.au                

                               

  Committee member  Myree Perry 66624142

 

  Comittee Member  Gary McAteer 6662 6614

 

                                     

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The first committee consisted of Bronwyn Sims, Margaret Patternson, Judy Reynolds, Julie Clifford, Barbara Wilkes, Shirley Schulz, Helen Trustum, Joyce Smith and Nerilyn Cowen. At their first meeting there was over 40 people in attendance. After 4 months there were 56 members and over 30 people attending the meetings. The group had listed for their resources 20 books, 5 microfiche groups and several newspapers.

The “Crossing Place” magazine got its name, where Clay and Stapleton set up their camp. It became the crossing place for settlers, mail deliveries and travellers to cross the river.

September 24th 1987 saw the groups first major project get off the ground. This was to transcribe the West St Cemetery.