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Hi all,

As a thank you to the HCC track workers who have been working now for some months on the access tracks to the Organ Pipes, the CCT is organising a BBQ on Thursday 14 March at the Water Works Reserve ( BBQ 1), from 1.00pm to 3.00pm.  Meat, salads  and soft drinks provided. Be great to get as many people along as possible to say thanks, and share a yarn over a beer.

 

RSVP please if you can come by Tuesday 12 March – we appreciate it is in the working week (okay for the retirees!) but it has to fit in with the work-crew and their family commitments etc.

The tracks are looking great now, and it's really good to have a good working relationship with the local council. Set's a very good precedent in maintaining access issues etc. So don't be shy, come along and get involved!

Simon Young

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  1. Simon, I'll see if I can pop down to say thanks. Good work organising

  2. Quick reminder about the BBQ tomorrow (Thusrsday). Let us know if you can come but if you read this at the last minute, turn up anyway, we will have some spare food I expect.

  3. From Tony:

    A quick comment or two on the BBQ last Thursday- or maybe the letter from Lindsay says it all! There were around a dozen climbers from the Club present, and many others sent apologies and thanks. On behalf of us all, a big thanks to Doug and to Di for organising the event and for preparing the food and buying the drink – and our commiserations to Doug when he had to pull out at very short notice due to a medical issue.

     

    “Hi Tony,

    The track team would like to thank you and your fellow climbers for the wonderful BBQ yesterday, it was enjoyed by all. Thanks to Doug for the delicious salads, hope he’s on the mend!

    We have all enjoyed working with such a wonderful group of passionate ‘grown up’ gentlemen and receiving such positive feedback from the users on a project.

    All the best. Cheers.

    Lindsay Ashlin, Supervisor, Track management, Bushland Operations, Hobart City Council

     

    Some of the assembled crowd.