or check your email inbox for your invite.
CHAPTER SIX AUSTRALIA SERVICE MEETING
SATURDAY 28TH MARCH at 8:00PM
Chapter Six Australia Service Office would like your input on how to help your group carry out its primary purpose with mindfulness of everyone's safety and well being.
To ensure everyone has a chance to participate, we will be holding a Chapter Six Australia Service meeting for all Chapter Six members via a "Zoom Meeting" on Saturday, 28th March 2020 at 8.00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). The Meeting ID information will be in your email inbox.
A "Zoom Meeting" refers to a meeting that's hosted using video conferencing software called Zoom. Attendees can join the meeting in-person, via webcam or video conferencing camera, or via smartphone using the "Zoom" app.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL INBOX FOR YOUR EXCLUSIVE CH6 MEMBER INVITATION TO JOIN THIS UNIQUE 'ZOOM' MEETING
Next Chapter Six Australia
To be on the 16th February 2020
at Marysville Caravan Park @11am
(make sure the secretary has your current postal or email address)
OVER THE MOUNTAINS
12TH ANNIVERSARY RIDE IS AT MARYSVILLE
Omeo Anniversary update
Omeo cancelled.... Alternate Destination?
On the 28th of January, Chapter Six Australia held an Extraordinary service meeting in Bendigo. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the concerns around this years Omeo Run and the fallout from the devastating bushfires in the region in recent times. The facts as we understood them were presented to all members present, each member aired theirs thoughts on the matter and the ultimate decision was put to the vote. The Chapter Six Australia members who were present collectively reached a majority vote to CANCEL this years run to Omeo.
However it was agreed upon that an alternate destination would be sought so we could still celebrate our Groups great Anniversary.
Shepparton Chapter Six Motorcycle Groups next meeting is on Thursday the 6th of February at Scotts Church in Shepparton at 8pm. It is here that we will hopefully settle on an alternate destination and plan for the 14th-18th of Feburary Ride.
Stay Tuned for further updates here.........
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Chapter Six Member #60 Gaetan, on the 19th of January, 2020.
Gaetan was a valued member from 2011, for a period of time running the Seymour Chapter Six Motorcycle Group.
Gaetan died in hospital following a recent heart attack, with his family by his side.
Omeo Anniversary update....
The Chapter Six Service Committee is going to hold an extraordinary Chapter Six Service Meeting after the Chapter Six Bendigo on the 28th January 2020 (approximately 9.45pm)
The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss whether the 'Over the Mountain' Ride (Omeo) will go ahead given the uncertainty of the conditions in the region due to bushfires.
We would like everyone interested in the Omeo run to give some thought to possible alternatives to put forward for consideration at the meeting on the 28th January '20 in Bendigo.
For those in WA and Queensland that would like to participate in our service meeting, we can arrange for video conference access - just let Paul C know and we'll do our best to facilitate!
Bendigo Chapter Six Group will be celebrating their 6th Anniversary on the same night and will be hosting a BBQ held at the meeting venue prior to the meeting.
Dingley Chapter Six building momentum
Chapter Six Australia's newest addition, The Dingley Charter had a great showing at their latest meeting on Saturday 21st of December with 15 riders from all over the state converging to support the new meeting. Members from Shepparton, Bendigo and Dingley (as pictured) all joined the meeting providing great support for all of our metropolitan AA members.
Shepparton Chapter Six Pays A Group Visit
Shepparton CH6 recently organised a group ride over to a local AA meeting in Kyabram. Members rallied and met in Shepparton and rode on to Byrnside where more riders joined the pack. Arriving in Kyabram for a meal at a local Thai restaurant with Members of Kyabram's Saturday evening AA group, the procession of bikes turned heads (pictured below). Kyabram had a strong meeting and Shepparton Chapter Six demonstrated the strength in the local Fellowship.