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Early Years in the Bureau
My Early Years in the Bureau of Meteorology
The Formation of the Frosterley Club
Bureau of Meteorology
Bureau of MeteorologyDepartment of Science
PO Box 1289K
A meeting was held at the Bureau Head Office on 20 May 1976 to discuss the formation of a club for long serving officers of the Bureau (retired, separated, and active). A report of the meeting is attached.
Although a formal constitution and rules governing eligibility for membership have not been drawn up, it is expected that the main objective of the club will be to maintain social contact between long serving officers of the Bureau by conducting social events, particularly informal lunches.
In true public service tradition we are asking prospective members to complete the attached form which will:
Attendance of the lunch may be limited to approximately fifty, so that preference may need to be given to early replies. The cost will be advised later when the venue (provisionally Carlton Bowling Club) is confirmed.
Completed forms should be returned to the Secretary by 14 June 1976.
R. B. Crowder Secretary
26 May 1976
All Regional Offices
Organisations in Australian Science at Work - Frosterley Club
People in Bright Sparcs - Crowder, Robert Bernard
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