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|JANUARY||3/01/2020||Leon & Sue Freeleagus|
|10/01/2020||Pat & Narelle Evans|
|17/01/2020||Mick & Debbie Graham|
|24/01/2020||Al & Libby Zernike|
|FEBRUARY||31/01/2020||Jason Martin & Jennifer Small|
|7/02/2020||Trevor & Jan Heitman|
|14/02/2020||Bob Calcutt & Dennis Dunn|
|21/02/2020||Rod Browne & Craig Zebrovius|
|MARCH||28/02/2020||Kerry Cuskelly & Jason Brittle|
|6/03/2020||Barry & Bern Johnson|
|13/03/2020||Toosjie McWhirter & Sarah Browne|
|20/03/2020||Ian Sanders & David Green|
|27/03/2020||Adam & Jade Evans|
|APRIL||3/04/2020||Paul & Heather Kenderick|
|17/04/2020||Craig McQueen & Kellie Dewar|
|24/04/2020||Pat & Casey McDermid|
|MAY||1/05/2020||Paul & Leeanne Cannon|
|8/05/2020||Al & Liz McMillan|
|15/05/2020||Glenn Gadischkie & Trevor Govey|
|22/05/2020||Terry & Michael Graham|
|29/05/2020||Sue & Sean Leak|
|JUNE||5/06/2020||Max Elliott & Gail Isaac|
|12/06/2020||Brent & Sonia Minniecon|
|19/06/2020||Ross Norman & Will Hussey|
|26/06/2020||Ross & Gail Gray|
|JULY||3/07/2020||To be announced|
|10/07/2020||To be announced|
|17/07/2020||To be announced|
|24/07/2020||To be announced|
|AUGUST||31/07/2020||To be announced|
|7/08/2020||To be announced|
|14/08/2020||To be announced|
|21/08/2020||To be announced|
|28/08/2020||To be announced|
|SEPTEMBER||4/09/2020||To be announced|
|11/09/2020||To be announced|
|18/09/2020||To be announced|
|25/09/2020||To be announced|
|OCTOBER||2/10/2020||To be announced|
|9/10/2020||To be announced|
|16/10/2020||To be announced|
|23/10/2020||To be announced|
|NOVEMBER||30/10/2020||To be announced|
|6/11/2020||To be announced|
|13/11/2020||To be announced|
|20/11/2020||To be announced|
|22/11/2020||To be announced|
|DECEMBER||4/12/2020||To be announced|
|11/12/2020||To be announced|
|18/12/2020||To be announced|
|25/12/2020||To be announced|
|JANUARY||19/01/2020||Paul Cannon & Jason Martin|
|FEBRUARY||9/02/2020||Michael O’Neill & Jason Brittle|
|MARCH||8/03/2020||Al Zernike & Al McMillan|
|MARCH (TC)||22/03/2020||Leon Freeleagus & Ross Gray|
|APRIL||19/04/2020||Mick Graham & Paul Kenderick|
|MAY||24/05/2020||Pat McDermid & Adam Evans|
|JUNE||21/06/2020||David Green & Trevor Heitman|
|JULY (BC)||To be announced||Will Hussey & Sean Leak|
|JULY||To be announced||Trevor Govey & Michael O’Neill|
|AUGUST||To be announced||Ian Sanders & Max Elliott|
|SEPTEMBER||To be announced||Bob Calcutt & Dennis Dunn|
|SEPTEMBER(WC)||To be announced||Brent Minniecon & Glenn Gadischkie|
|OCTOBER||To be announced||Paul Cannon & Kerry Cuskelly|
|NOVEMBER||To be announced||Al Zernike & Al McMillan|
|DECEMBER||To be announced||Pat McDermid & Adam Evans|
Fishing Club meetings are held at the Club commencing at 7.00pm on the last Monday of the bi-month or at the discretion of the Committee. Competitions are held as per the fishing calendar distributed to members, commencing at 12.00am Midnight and finishing at the weigh-in 12.00 Noon Sunday at the Club. These fishing competitions are for both Offshore and Estuary (which can be fished from a boat, the beach or from the shore).
Rules. Revised June 2016
A GRADE a maximum of 5 fish per species can be weighed in.
OFFSHORE, VETERANS, B GRADE, LADIES & JUNIORS, 1 species a maximum of 10 fish, all others a maximum of 5 fish.
The person with the highest accumulated points, after allowing for handicaps, wins the competition.
Awards are also presented for some of the heaviest fish for both offshore and estuary.
Special Heaviest Species Trophies
Bruce Trethan Memorial Trophy - Bream
Barry Purcell Memorial Trophy - Whiting
Schulz Family Trophy - Junior
All Social Clubs are formed under the Constitution of the Caloundra Power Boat Club Limited (adopted 28 September 2008), in particular clause 24 titled ‘Interest Groups’. Therefore these Clubs must abide by the Constitution and all legislation that directs the operations of the Club.
All funds generated by fund raising activities on Club premises by Social Clubs or Interest Groups must be processed through the Caloundra Power Boat Club internal clubs financial accounts system immediately following the activity. In addition, the Social Club that generates the funds must also lodge, with the funds, a return/s providing details of the funds raised and the prizes awarded. General and accounting records must be kept correctly, recording and explaining the transactions for the activities, for a period of five years. * Social Clubs that have regular weekly/monthly competitions where income and expenditure occur may be required by the Caloundra Power Boat Club Board to produce audited financial statements. The Social Club must pay for the cost of the audit. *
All expenditure of funds held in the internal clubs financial accounts system, other than minor purchases/refunds made through petty cash, must have Board approval prior to commitment of any purchase by way of written notification to and from the Board.
All sponsorship arrangements or agreements with a Social Club or Interest Group from the Caloundra Power Boat Club are reviewed annually on application to the Board from the Social Club or Interest Group.
All social functions, such as Presentation Nights, are to be held at the Caloundra Power Boat Club.
The Board encourages Social Club or Interest Group members to use the Club barbecue facilities for any social occasion.
With the exception of private sponsorship prizes, all other prizes, where practical, are to be in the form of Caloundra Power Boat Club vouchers that are redeemable through the Quarterdeck Restaurant, bottle shop or Portside Cafe.
Volunteers selling raffle tickets or carrying out any other work in any capacity for a not-for-profit association at the Caloundra Power Boat Club are considered workers under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011. Therefore these volunteers are afforded protection by the Club if they undertake their volunteer duties in accordance with the CPBC’s Drug and Alcohol Policy (HR004) for employees. This policy states that:
This means that all raffle ticket sellers should not consume alcohol immediately before, or during the process of, selling raffle tickets or drawing the raffle prizes.
* These requirements are to meet the provisions of the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999.
Extract from Caloundra Power Boat Club Ltd Constitution 28 September 2008