Subs plus personal details required from EVERYONE, please.
The LBT has an exciting time ahead. Shed extension is completed, new equipment installed, regular maintenance continues, new pontoon to be added, Monday night dinners delight, the thrill and excitement of the TN17 and St Ayles Skiff Regatta 2017 and there is even more messing about in boats, so join us again for the 2016/2017 year.
$40 for a single
$70 for a couple or family
Plus $100 per person for rowers (you can still pay the $5 per week if you prefer)
$120 group or corporate members
Any new members who paid in the last 3 months (April, May, June) this amount also covers you for the 2016/2017 membership.
Payment directly to the bank is preferred, remembering to give your full name. so we know you have paid us.
Bendigo Bank Huonville Branch
Account # 149496275
Living Boat Trust
If you have not received your confirmation of payment by August then assume we didn't receive your payment, so please contact Jackie or Lorrie so it can be resolved.
We Need Your Personal Details......
Jackie is getting a new MYOB administrative system and we require everyone to update their details, they are also needed for insurance purposes. We would really like to be able to contact people by email and some information is missing, or has changed over the years.
Old and new members please fill out your details either online (LBT – About Us – Application Form) OR on paper at the LBT, and post in the orange box.
· Your given name and surname, plus that of your partner if you have family membership
· email address (we no longer send out letters)
· phone number
· residential address
Reminder that membership of the LBT requires you to follow our rules and regulations, for the safety of everyone.
Objectives of the Living Boat Trust
· To preserve Tasmanians maritime heritage.
· To promote Tasmania's maritime heritage by the provision of related education and recreational opportunities to people of all ages, interests and abilities.
· To encourage and facilitate the acquisition and leadership skills, traditional seamanship and boat building skills.
· To encourage development and to utilise maritime skills in the local community.
· To encourage volunteering involvement in the Trust's activities
· To encourage community development and cooperation with other organisations with similar aims.