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        KIAMA:
Our branch has continued functioning in our usual quiet, but sociable manner, with meetings being attended by a regular and reliable group of members.

Our August meeting, held at Kiama Leagues Club, was attended by Sue Good, Mary Douglas, Kel and Dawn Schreiber, Keith Bennett, Margaret and Jack Gudgeon, Ron Smith, Bruce and Margaret Dun, Sid Axam, Max and Patricia Turk, Gordon and Jan Weaver, Patricia Condon, Audrey Evan and her son Richard and Pamela Fox. We had the pleasure listening to a very detailed report presented by Cathy Allen and Lisa Dougherty from Police Legacy, a presentation that inspired confidence in those gathered as to the future of Police Legacy. The questions posed to the presenters were an indication of the amount of interest generate.

In October a social outing was organized to tour the H.A.R.S. (Historical Aircraft Restoration Society) museum at Albion Park. Members attending were Kel and Dawn Schreiber, Gordon and Jan Weaver, Patricia Condon, Mary Douglas, Lindsay Gordon, John Mennie and Keith and Jenny Bennett.

Although only living a few kilometers away, I for one was greatly surprised at the extensive range of aircraft, varying from a Boeing 747 to Kingsford Smith’s original “Southern Cross”, not to mention the array of aircraft dating from 2nd World War, some having been retrieved from locations in the jungles, swamps or anywhere they could be found, in New Guinea, Pacific Islands, America, Germany, you name it they went there and retrieved them. All aircraft either being or having been restored with meticulous precision, to flying order, parts not available are manufactured as needed. The museum is run by an entirely volunteer staff of some 550.

Regards to all out there in Retired Police Land

Kel Schreiber

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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