May AGM & Social Evening: Weds. 31st May:
This month's social evening is also our AGM, so your attendance is even more important than ever. As the club moves into a new financial year, it is important that you come along and have your say on the running of the club, its finances and those who manage the club's yearly activities at home and away. Some nominations for a new committee have been received, but more are required: YOU are needed!
After the conclusion of the AGM around 8pm, our two guest speakers, Gael and Trevor Butler of the Whangamata Tramping Club, will take the floor. As a former president of NSTC, Gael is well versed in our club's practices but she is also an experienced LandSAR volunteer. It is of course imperative that all trampers are aware of common sense bush and mountain safety practice and we think we do a pretty good job of that in NSTC, but we can always know and do more, and that is where LandSAR experts can help us. Do come along and bring plenty of sensible questions for Q & A time after the end of the presentation. It promises to be an important one. We hope to see you there!
Pam will prepare a light supper for those wishing to linger over a cuppa after the show, and we intend to get under way at 7:30pm sharp. Usual venue: the Senior Citizens' Hall, the Strand, Takapuna.
Pam and Elizabeth, and the committee
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, the North Shore Tramping Club is a friendly club offering a wide range of trips, mostly in the northern half of the North Island.
The club consists of people of all ages who tramp for recreation, fun and fitness. We welcome and encourage individuals and family groups and you don't need to be a member to tramp with us.
We organise regular trips to cater for people of different levels of fitness and tramping experience. Our trips range from easy to hard, and from day trips and weekends to up to ten days at Xmas and Easter. Transportation is provided.
For more information about the club, see About Us.
What's Coming Up
See What's On for the trips and social programme.
Where We've Been
See Trip Reports for stories on our recent travels: