The AGM event is always well attended, and this year was certainly no exception. Members, new and old converged at the Lapa Area in Rietvlei Nature Reserve to receive detailed feedback on the operational and financial status of the club for the 2019 calendar year.
The Club Chairman, Jakob Jordaan, detailed the challenges and opportunities which the club faced over the 2019 period as well as providing insight and vision of what might be expected in 2020. This included the reasoning behind some of the constitutional changes which had been proposed and were to be voted on at the AGM.
Brendon Lowe shared his last speech as Vice-Chairman of the Club, detailing the change to theologies which aid in the governance and determination of the LROC events, the reasoning for the change, highlighted some interesting insight achieved through the recent Member Event Survey.
This year, the Club welcomed Wulf Haacke onto the stage. Wulf’s membership activation date is recorded as June 2 1964, making Wulf one of the Clubs longest standing members and it was a proud moment as he walked onto the stage to participate in the presentation of certificates and trophies to achieving members.
With the formalities concluded, Club Members enjoyed one another’s company as braai packs of delicious meat were put above hot smouldering coals, with a large fire occupying a prominent position in the centre of the Lapa area. To all the members who joined us on at this momentous AGM, thank you. It was indeed great meeting and chatting with you all.
The LROC hosted its first New Members Braai for 2020 on Sunday 08 March. For some, the Night trial from the evening before was the start of the festivities. There were a good number of participants and spectators who decided to spend the night enjoying the company of fellow club members, regaling stories around a campfire. The lateness of the …
The LROC hosted its first New Members Braai for 2020 on Sunday 08 March. For some, the Night trial from the evening before was the …Read More
The 2020 trials calendar has officially kicked off and we are excited about what will be on offer this year under the new Leadership of Frik Cilliers. Frik has had extensive experience with off-roading events and is sure to have a few surprises up his sleeve.
The 2020 trials calendar has officially kicked off and we are excited about what will be on offer this year under the new Leadership of …Read More
The LROC Auxiliary Power Systems Technical Day was held on Saturday 1 February 2020 at Base 4. It was attended by a whopping 26 people and was so oversubscribed that we unfortunately had to place 13 members on a waiting list. Its never an easy task trying to explain to eager members that they will have to be accommodated in …
The LROC Auxiliary Power Systems Technical Day was held on Saturday 1 February 2020 at Base 4. It was attended by a whopping 26 people …Read More