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SCUM operates with a band of super volunteers; a committee and various crews of enthusiastic members. We all love to ride and are passionate about all things Mountain Biking. The constitution used by the club guides the committee and various crews as they oversee the running of events and the maintenance and development of our trails. For some more detail on how the club works and the role each committee member plays download the Committee Members Roles & Responsibilities document.
The 2022/2023 committee members are:
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President - Nick Smee
Secretary - Kath Hopkins
Treasurer - Paul Nixon
Trails Coordinator - Val Gomez
Committee / subcommittee member - Rosemary Morgan
Committee / subcommittee member - Aaron Coghlan
Committee / subcommittee member - Lad Miklos
Committee / subcommittee member - Grant Turner
Committee / subcommittee member - Tony Conroy
Committee / subcommittee member - Katie Lahodny
Committee / subcommittee member - Holly Macken
Committee/ subcommittee member - Scott Woods
Committee/ subcommittee member - Tony Conroy
Committee meetings occur regularly and usually coincide with an Event Crew meeting to nut out who is doing what for the next SCUM Event.
As per the constitution, Committee members, including the executive committee members, are elected at the Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) for a term of approx. 12 months, after which (i.e. at the next AGM), all positions are vacated and new elections are held. Previous committee members and executive members are eligible for re-election.
If you are interested in helping out at a Club Event or with Trail Maintenance or even as part of the Committee, jump on the Contact Page and let us know. We'd love to hear from you.
The constitution outlines the rules and obligations of the club to operate within NSW. When the club was originally incorporated the club members adopted a “Model Sport Club Constitution” as prepared by the then NSW Sport and Recreation (NSWSR) and the Office of Fair Trading. This constitution has since been updated and superseded by a “Model Constitution” developed by NSW Fair Trading. The current version, which is dated 2016, can be found here.
From time to time NSW Fair Trading update the Model Constitution to ensure that it complies with relevant legislation changes; more details are available at the NSW Fair Trading website.
The 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday 07 December 2022 at Precision Dent Removals Sth Nowra. Commencing at 6:00pm & concluding at approx 7:00pm.
At the AGM we hear about the activities and achievements of the club in the preceding year, an overview of the clubs financial positions and we'll see the election of a new committee. Everyone is welcome, however only financial members can vote and or nominate for positions.
All club members, including prospective club members are welcome to attend. However, only fully financial members are eligible to vote and nominate for club positions.
The club will supply Pizza & soft drink on the night but please bring along any other beverages of choice. To assist with catering please RSVP to confirm your attendance and any dietary requirements (NB: aka Pizza toppings)
A short regular club meeting will follow the AGM. Again, all are welcome to attend.
To find out more about the operations of the Club and the current committee, including the club's constitution etc. please head to the clubs "About" page here.
Links to Historical AGM documents
2019/2020 AGM Minutes & Documentation (09 December 2020)
2018/2019 AGM Minutes & Docs (06 November 2019)