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2012 AGM Minutes

Officer Training Unit Association INC
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OTU ASSOCIATION INC
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Minutes of the meeting held at
Toorak Services Club
72 Clendon Road
Toorak
1800 hrs
Wednesday 5th September 2012
Minutes
1. ATTENDANCE
1.1 Present
Frank Miller, Peter Don, Roger Nation, Graeme Chester, Robin Hunt, Ray Elder, Wayne Bruce, Brian Cooper, Bernie Gleeson, Peter Hateley.
1.2 Apologies
1.2.1 Apologies:
Jay McDaniell, Lyle Brown, Rob Youl, Neil Leckie, Dennis Townsend.
1.2.2 Apologies and nominating the Chairman, Frank Miller as proxy:
Giles Waterman, Michael Shum, Ray Andrews, David Maddison, Wal Hall,
Gerard Garard, Phil Warwick, Dennie Archer, Donald Moffatt, Kevin Dixon, Col Burg, Peter Clisdell, Geoffrey Colless, Harold Moyle, Ted Clark, John Hetherington, Ian Tucker
1.2.3 Apologies and nominating the Secretary Roger Nation as proxy:
Dave Sabben, Peter Feeney, Richard Thomas.
1.2.4 Apologies and nominating Brian Cooper as proxy:
Tony Beddison.
1.2.5 Apologies and nominating Robin Hunt as proxy:
Carl Wood.
2. PREVIOUS MINUTES (3rd August 2011)
The minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 3rd August 2011,
were circulated prior to the meeting.
That the minutes, be accepted as a true and correct record
Roger Nation / Graeme Chester AGREED
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3. REPORTS
3.1 Chairman’s Report (Frank Miller)
Frank Miller tabled the 2011-12 Chairman’s report, as presented at the June National Council Meeting. A copy is attached to these minutes as appendix A.
As discussed in the Chairman’s report, the updated Constitution approved at a special general meeting in 2011, has been registered with the Registrar of Incorporated Associations (Justice Department).
That the Chairman’s Report be received:
Frank Miller / Brian Cooper AGREED
3.2 Treasurer’s Report (Ray Elder)
The Treasurer tabled the financial statements for the year ending 30th June 2012, and the associated auditor’s report.
A copy of these reports is attached as appendix B.
The meeting resolved to appoint David Burke as auditor or the 2012-13 year.
That the Treasurer’s Report be received:
Ray Elder / Robin Hunt AGREED
3.3 Membership Report (Graeme Chester)
Graeme Chester reported that at the end of the financial year there were 485 financial and honorary members. Renewal notices were sent in June, and to date 349 members have renewed.
MEMBERSHIP DATABASE DETAILS AS AT 4 SEP 2012
Number of Graduates 1880
Number on Database (Incl DNG/Staff) 1580
Number Financial 349
Number Honorary 15
Widows 7
Number Deceased 102
Number Unfinancial (Not Renewed) 955
Number Unfinancial (Do Not Contact) 152
Totals 1880 1580 371 1209
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Percentages:
Of the names on database 23.5% are financial/honorary/widow.
Of the names on the database 6.5% are deceased.
Of the names on the database 60.4% are unfinancial (not renewed)
Of the names on the database 9.6% are unfinancial (do not contact)
That the Membership Report be received:
Graeme Chester / R. Nation AGREED
3.4 Scheyvillian Editor’s Report (Neil Leckie)
In Neil Leckie’s absence, the Chairman noted that three excellent editions had been published since the previous AGM.
The meeting commended Neil Leckie on his outstanding efforts both as editor, and for his ongoing role as association historian.
3.5 Webmaster (Roger Nation)
Roger Nation reported on the second 12 month’s use of the revamped website.
Since the previous AGM, all back copies of the Scheyvillian have been scanned and posted onto the website. The webmaster is now able to access the site through the developers portal, and will re-scan most editions at a higher resolution than was previously available.
The photo gallery has been deleted and re-posted to accommodate the large number of new images and correct some of the photos which appeared under the wrong class grouping.
A short video by Paul Rees (3/68) has been added.
A button has been provided on the front page, linking to the Reunion website. It is hoped that after the reunion website closes in 2013, that the “Men of Scheyville” database can be incorporated into the association website.
The Forum area (Bulletin Board / comments area) has not been used, and has been
taken down.
The webmaster reminded all state representatives to forward details of events, reunions etc. for posting onto the website.
That the Webmaster’s Report be received:
Roger Nation / Wayne Bruce AGREED
3.6 QM Report (Wayne Bruce)
The QM reported on the continuing rundown of items held, with the aim of stocking only the lapel badges and car stickers by the end of this financial year.
Discussions are ongoing regarding the sourcing of a special badge for the 2013 reunion.
That the QM’s Report be received:
Wayne Bruce / Robin Hunt AGREED
1. State Reports
Victoria was the only state to present a report, and this was tabled at the Victorian Chapter Annual General Meeting which followed the close of the National AGM.
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2. ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS
All positions were declared vacant, and the following, whose nominations forms were received by The Secretary prior to the meeting, were elected unopposed:
Chairman; Frank Miller
Deputy Chairman; Brian Cooper
Treasurer; Ray Elder
Secretary; Bernie Gleeson
Youth Leadership; Frank Miller
Membership; Graeme Chester
Scheyvillian articles; Neil Leckie
QM; Wayne Bruce
Webmaster; Roger Nation
That the proposed office bearers for the 2012-13 year be elected unopposed.
R. Hunt \ P. Don Unanimous. Carried
6. GENERAL BUSINESS
6.1 Robin Hunt suggested that all previous copies of the minutes be archived. This will necessitate retrieving records from previous office holders. Matter ongoing.
Action: Robin Hunt / Bernie Gleeson
6.2 The offer from the RMC to act as the historical repository for OTU records and memorabilia is to be accepted. Neil Leckie was nominated to act as the liaison representative.
Action: Neil Leckie
There being no further business, the meeting closed at 18.45 hrs.
Roger Nation
for
Bernie Gleeson
Secretary
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Appendix A.
OTU ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN’S REPORT 2011 – 2012
Again this year a National Council meeting was held the day after the Victorian Annual Dinner. It was a most productive forum. Delegates were brought up to date as to how the Association had progressed over the preceding twelve months and its plans for the future. It was most helpful receiving the input, first hand, from all the interstate delegates who attended. Agreement was also reached on the (minor) amendments required to the Constitution in order that the Association qualifies for incorporation in the State of Victoria.
The changes to the Constitution were subsequently ratified by a special GM held at the start of the Geddes Dinner in August.
Our affiliation with the National Servicemen’s Association of Australia continued successfully.
OTU Association Chairman Frank Miller and National Secretary Roger Nation participated as delegates to the NSAA September National Council meeting in the ACT. They also attended their February AGM and National Council meetings in Darwin. The latter coincided with the seventieth anniversary of the WWII bombing of that City and enabled those there to participate in the commemorative ceremonies that were held.
The last year saw three editions of “The Scheyvillian” published. This is always a fascinating read, keeping members up to date with National and State news. The increasing number of Class reunions are also covered along with details of what Scheyvillians are doing now and interesting things they have done. The history of OTU and related matters feature as well. Our sincere thanks go to Editor Neil Leckie for his splendid work and dedication.
The Association website underwent a substantial update during the year. As a consequence this vital cornerstone of the Association has been made even more user friendly and effective. We are most grateful to Webmaster Roger Nation for his work on this over the twelve months. On top of this he is to be thanked for his excellent contribution as National Secretary.
Our Youth Development work proceeded successfully with twenty nine young people being sponsored to the Lord and Lady Somers Camps. Of
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these, seven came from New South Wales, and seven were funded in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Healesville.
National Chairman, Frank Miller, and Scheyvillian Editor, Neil Leckie, again accepted an invitation to attend the ACT Annual Dinner. Frank was guest speaker and related his thoughts on National Service as seen through “rose coloured glasses”. It was a fine evening.
Without doubt the most significant item on the Association’s agenda is the 2013 third National reunion. Much work has already been done on putting this event together by a committee from the New South Wales Chapter. Its programme includes marching as a unit in Sydney’s ANZAC Day
Parade, separate class gatherings and a dinner in Sydney. There will also be an ecumenical Church Parade led by the NSW Police Band to St Mathews Church Windsor followed by a picnic lunch at Scheyville National Park. A website with full details may be accessed through the OTU Association site. All Scheyvillians, family and friends are urged to join in what promises to be an outstanding event.
It is pleasing to report that our membership at the end of the year stood at 485 – marginally up on the preceding twelve months. Sincere thanks are due to Membership Officer, Graeme Chester for his fine work.
Over the year a total of $13,000.00 was remitted to the State Chapters. This was for a combination of Subscription rebates, Youth Development donations (that were paid with Subscriptions) where a State had incurred costs in this area, and two special one off YD payments.
Our financial situation remains robust with outlays foreseen over the next twelve months well covered. We are grateful to National Treasurer Ray Elder for all his work in this vital area.
Financial reports are published regularly in the minutes of the monthly Executive meetings which are posted on the website. The work of Honorary Auditor Harry Moyle has also been very much appreciated.
May I take this opportunity to thank all others not mentioned so far on the Executive for their valued input. Deputy Chairman, Brian Cooper, Quartermaster Wayne Bruce, Memorabilia Officer Robin Hunt, Past Chairman, Peter Don, and Committee Members Brian Scantlebury, Peter Hateley and Rob Youl. Your help and support has been very much appreciated.
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Finally, sincerest congratulations are due to Scheyvillian Editor Neil Leckie on his being awarded Life Membership of the Association. A well deserved honour.
Frank Miller.
National Chairman.
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Appendix B.
Balance Sheet
As at 30 June 2012
Consolidated sub accounts
This Year Last Year
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
NAB Trading Account
22,938.14
23,728.92
NAB Fixed Deposit
67,960.42
65,055.43
Other Debtors
1,129.93
197.66
Loan OTU Vic
150.00
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS
92,028.49
89,132.01
TOTAL ASSETS
92,028.49
89,132.01
LIABILITIES
CURRENT LIABILITIES
2011/2012 Subscriptions in advance
8,900.00
Accrued Expenses
1,700.00
Youth Leadership Donations
11,238.25
10,603.25
Other Creditors
53,822.00
Subscriptions in advance 2012/2013
12,400.00
Subscriptions in Advance 2013/2014
100.00
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES
77,560.25
21,203.25
TOTAL LIABILITIES
77,560.25
21,203.25
NET ASSETS
14,468.24
67,928.76
EQUITY
Retained Earnings
14,468.24
67,928.76
TOTAL EQUITY
14,468.24
67,928.76
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Trading Profit and Loss Statement
For the year ended 30 June 2012
Consolidated sub accounts
This Year This Year Last Year
SALES
Subscriptions Received
23,925.00
24,300.00
Q Sales
1,211.51
766.00
Sundry Income
591.00
148.83
2,905.21
2,953.52
TOTAL SALES
28,632.72
28,168.35
GROSS PROFIT
28,632.72
28,168.35
OVERHEAD EXPENSES
AGM Costs
0.00
233.06
Commandants’ Plaque Scheyville
0.00
1,879.00
Display Cabinet – RMC
5,522.00
0.00
Insurances
2,115.00
0.00
Incorporation Costs
0.00
119.50
National Council Meeting Costs
2,227.39
2,743.35
Pay Pal Costs
235.04
124.90
Postage
496.50
543.00
Printing and Stationery
50.00
0.00
Rebates to State Chapters
4,710.00
13,520.00
Q Purchases
715.00
0.00
Reunion 2013
50,000.00
0.00
Scheyvillian Costs
2,314.28
2,790.55
Scheyville Signage
7,500.00
0.00
Sundry Reimbursements & Expenses
4,097.08
1,780.09
Subscriptions and Memberships
1,145.00
974.00
Website maintenance
695.95
4,408.43
Youth Leadership Funding
0.00
12,500.00
Wreaths & Funerals
270.00
672.00
TOTAL OVERHEAD EXPENSES
(82,093.24)
(42,287.88)
NET PROFIT
(53,460.52)
(14,119.53)
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Independent Auditor’s Report
to the members of Officer Training Unit Association (National)
Report on the Financial Statements
I have audited the accompanying four pages of Financial Statements, being a special purpose financial report, of the Office Training Unit Association (National), which comprises the Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2012 and the Trading Profit and Loss Statement for the year ended 30 June 2012.
Committee’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements
The Committee of the Association is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the Financial Statements, and has determined that the accounting policies are appropriate to meet the needs of the members. The Committee’s responsibilities also include (1) designing, implementing and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of the Financial Statements, so that the Financial Statements are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, (2)
selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies, and (3) making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances.
Auditor’s Responsibility
My responsibility is to express an opinion on the Financial Statements based on my audit. No opinion is expressed as to whether the accounting policies are appropriate to meet the needs of all members. I conducted my audit to obtain reasonable assurance as to whether the Financial Statements are free from material misstatement
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the Financial Statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgement, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatements in the Financial Statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, I have considered the level of internal control required in maintaining the financial records of the Association, and have designed audit procedures that are appropriate in this circumstance. An audit also involves evaluating the appropriateness of the accounting policies used, and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the Committee, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the Financial Statements.
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The Financial Statements have been prepared for distribution to members for the purpose of fulfilling the Committee’s fiduciary responsibilities. I disclaim any assumption of responsibility for any reliance on this Report or on the Financial Statements to which it relates to any person other than the members, or for any purpose other than that for which it was prepared.
I believe that the audit evidence I have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for my audit opinion
Independence
In conducting my audit, I have complied with the independence requirements of Australian
professional ethical pronouncements.
Auditors’ Opinion
In my opinion, the Financial Statements of the Officer Training Unit Association (National), presently fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the entity as at 30 June
2012, and of it’s financial performance for the year ended 30 June 2012, in accordance with common accounting practices used by small associations.
Signed by David Burke this 5th day of August 2012

David Burke- Fellow NTAA, Fellow Institute of Public Accountants
Practising Accountant for 35 years
660 Cranbourne- Frankston Road
Cranbourne South Vic 3977



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Honorary Life Members


HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS

CERTIFICATE INSCRIPTIONS

Gary McKay  2/68

as a founding member of the OTU Association and having given untiring service in the early development of the Association, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Alistair Pope   4/66

as a founding member of the OTU Association and having given untiring service in the early development of the Association, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Wayne Bruce 2/70

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Peter Don 3/69

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Richard (Dick) Adams  3/72

having promoted the OTU Association throughout his distinguished career in the NSW Police Force, and having provided enormous support in the organisation of two National Reunions in 1993 and 2003, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Owen Williamson  4/70

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Peter Whitelaw  3/66

as a founding member of the OTU Association and having given untiring service in the early development of the Association, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Ray Elder  2/67

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Tony Sonneveld  1/70

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Wayne Banks  1/70

having given untiring service to the OTU Association  more particularly in then role of editor of The Scheyvillian, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Tim Fischer

having promoted the OTU Association throughout his distinguished career in the Federal Parliament, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Terry Walsh 3/69

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Brian Cooper  3/69

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Alan Storen  1/67

having given untiring service to the OTU Association, more particularly in the role of Editor of “the Scheyvillian”, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Neil Leckie  3/68

having given untiring service to the OTU  Association at both National and State levels, and as editor of the Scheyvillian and Association historian, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Roger Nation  3/68

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Paul Ford 2/71

 

for extraordinary service over 20 years to the Association in support of Lord and Lady Somers camps, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Greg Todd 2/71

having given untiring service to NSW and also for the initiation and organisation of 2013 national reunion, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

John Bushell 4/69

for extraordinary organisation and commitment and unselfish dedication to the 2013 national reunion, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Graeme Chester  2/67

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

Frank Miller  4/67

having given untiring service to the OTU Association at both National and State levels, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Ian Geddes

Kit Miles

Jack Studdert

Keith Outridge

K Kerr (deceased – no Certificate issued)

having served as Commandant of OTU Scheyville and having since maintained a close affinity with the OTU Association, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 

Dick Flint

 

Stan Maizey

 

Max Almond

 

having served as Directing Staff of OTU Scheyville and having since maintained a close affinity with the OTU Association, is recorded as an Honorary Life Member

 








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NSW ANZAC


O.T.U. ASSOCIATION – Class 1/70 40th Anniversary Reunion 2010

Dawn service at the Sydney Cenotaph in Martin Place (Optional)
Sunday, 25th April 2010
Time: 0400 Hours (4:00am) it is recommended you arrive 3.30-3.45am to secure a good position

O.T.U. ASSOCIATION Contingent in 2010 ANZAC Day Parade
In 2009 we marched with the Army and National Servicemen’s Association, as a discrete unit, under our
own OTU Scheyville banner. Our FUP (Forming Up Place) was in Pitt Street Mall, near Market Street and
our SL was in Pitt Street near Martin Place. We will probably be requested to be at the FUP by 1030 Hours –
but will not step off until about 1200. The dispersal point was in Elizabeth Street in 2009.

ANZAC Day 2010 final arrangements will be confirmed prior to the event.
Dress: Dark Suit or dark sports jacket (Wear Medals)

Lunch after the ANZAC Day Parade

The Masonic Club located at 169 -173 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 2000, between Park and Market Streets.
This club should not be confused with the Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn St Sydney.
The ANZAC Day arrangements at The Masonic Club will be confirmed before the event:
2 Course Lunch (Main & Dessert) with 2 Beverages (includes soft drink, local beer, house wine)
$70.00 per person (includes member discount & GST).
Main: Char gilled Beef Tenderloin with Buttered Green Beans, Creamy Mash & Sweet Carrot (To be confirmed)
Dessert: Individual Pavlovas with Chantilly Cream & Seasonal Fruit (To be confirmed)
RSVP: by Monday 1st March 2010 to Terry Williamson, Fax: (02) 9642-2860
Email: terryw.williamson@bigpond.com
Greg Todd Mobile: 0409 078 888, Email: greg_todd_au@yahoo.com.au
It would be preferable to have all bookings and payments completed by the end of March 2010.
Remittance: Please forward all remittances to OTU Association – NSW Chapter,
c/o Termimesh Sydney Pty Ltd. 14 Bessemer Street, Blacktown NSW 2148
NAME: _____________________PHONE:_____________ EMAIL: _________________________
ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________Post Code:_______
ENCLOSED CHEQUE FOR $__________BANK: _________________
Arrangements can be made for credit card EFTPOS payment (Visa / MasterCard) through Termimesh
Sydney PTY LTD with funds immediately transferred into the OTU Association – NSW Chapter Westpac
Bank account. Phone: (02)96797999. Fax: (02) 9679 7888 and speak with Leigh Avery.
Email: leigh@termimesh-sydney.com.au Name on Credit Card:_____________________________
CREDIT CARD No: __________________________________ Expiry Date: _________________
Payment can be made by Direct Bank Transfer to OTU Association – NSW Chapter Westpac Bank
BSB: 732 002 Account No. 65 3367, please specify your name and The Masonic Club lunch.
Please confirm all remittance details by email to A Sonneveld at: p.dynamo@bigpond.net.au

O.T.U. ASSOCIATION – Class 1/70 40th Anniversary Reunion 2010

Morning Tea and BBQ Lunch to be held at NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service,
Scheyville National Park from 11.00 am to 2.30 pm (1100-1430 Hours) Saturday 24th April 2010.
Jonathan Sanders, NPWS Regional Manager will address our group and conduct site tours
Cost: – $25.00 per person Dress: Smart Casual

Mixed Buffet Dinner or 3 course set menu alternate

VICTORIA BARRACKS SERGEANTS MESS
OXFORD STREET, PADDINGTON, NSW

Saturday, 24th April 2010 Time: 1900 Hours (7:00pm) MC: Ray Andrews
Ample Parking available after registering with security guards at the main gate
Dress: Lounge Suit (Miniatures optional) Cost: $80.00 per person (Inclusive of GST and beverages; excluding spirits)
RSVP: by Wednesday 31st March 2010 to Tony Sonneveld W: (02) 9679 799, Fax: (02) 96797888, Mobile: 0419 249 687
Email: p.dynamo@bigpond.net.au It would be desirable to have all bookings and payments completed by the end of March 2010.

Recommended accommodation: Bayview Boulevard Hotel, when booking mention Toni Ford, Accommodation Manager
Victoria Barracks & OTU Reunion to obtain Defence Rate of $140.00 per double or $165.00 per double including full buffet
breakfast. This hotel is virtually within walking distance Victoria Barracks (20-25 minutes walk through Sydney’s nightlife and gay
areas) and the Cenotaph in Martin Place (15-20 minutes) or just a short $10.00 cab ride or Senior’s card $2.50 bus ticket, also free
Public Transport is available on ANZAC Day if wearing medals.
LOCATION: 90 William St, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Phone: 02 9383 7211 or 02 9383 7222 Contact for bookings Sandra Holtom or Daniel Elliott

Graduates planning to avail themselves of single room accommodation at Victoria Barracks Officers’
Mess (Located beside the Sergeants Mess) would need to co-ordinate bookings through Tony Sonneveld and
pay $40.00 per night. There will be 8-10 rooms available on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. These
rooms will be allocated on a “first in – first served” basis including payment. Contact details above.
Remittance: Please forward all remittances to OTU Association – NSW Chapter,
c/o Termimesh Sydney Pty Ltd. 14 Bessemer Street, Blacktown NSW 2148

NAME: ______________________________PHONE:_________________EMAIL: _________________________________
PARTNER: __________________________ADDRESS: ________________________ _________________________
____________________________________________________________________ Post Code:______________
ENCLOSED CHEQUE FOR $ ______________ BANK:_____________________ No of People: _____________

Arrangements can be made for Credit Card EFTPOS payment through Termimesh Sydney Pty Ltd with funds immediately
transferred into the OTU Association – NSW Chapter bank account. Phone: 02 96797999 and speak with Leigh Avery or
Fax: (02) 9679 7888 / Email: leigh@termimesh-sydney.com.au Name on Credit Card:____________________________
CREDIT CARD (Visa or Mastercard only): CARD No: _________________________ EXPIRY DATE: ________________
Payment can be made by Direct Bank Transfer to OTU Association – NSW Chapter Westpac Banking Corporation
BSB: 732 002 Account No. 65 3367, please specify your name and functions you are planning to attend.
Please confirm all remittance details by email to A Sonneveld at: p.dynamo@bigpond.net.au