members of CCA's new Eureka Bandits
milestone for ACC
half-century with Eureka Bandits in Ballarat
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THE Australian Caravan Club is celebrating a half-century milestone
with the formation of its 50th branch.
The ACC Eureka Bandits branch at Ballarat was born when interested RVers
gathered at the Sebastopol Bowling Club for a bistro meal.
After eating, members held the inaugural meeting and elected its
With its founding 19 members the new branch will service RVers living in
the Ballarat region and its surrounds.
"The formation of our 50th branch is most certainly an exciting
achievement for our club and its members," ACC chairman Craig Humphrey
"Our club is constantly growing with new branches forming to fill gaps in
areas where we have no branch structure.
"Our branches provide a great social environment for RVers to get away for
a weekend, a week and on tagalongs with like-minded people and make the
most of their RV.
Mr Humphrey congratulated the new branch committee comprising president
Angela Jones, secretary Trudi MacPherson and treasurer Bruce Haynes.
"Special thanks must also go to our ACC Victorian membership support
representative Derek Hale who put in a lot of work to bring our new
Ballarat branch to fruition," he said.
Newly-elected ACC Eureka Bandits branch president Angela Jones said
members at the meeting were "very enthusiastic" to see a new branch in
"We are all very excited and really looking forward to our first muster
together," she said.
"The dinner and meeting gave us all a chance to relax and to get to know
each other. Iím sure we are going to have some very enjoyable and fun
For more information about the ACC or its Eureka Bandits branch contact
the ACC on 1800 734 493.
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