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February 4, 2002

Maintenance

There have been working Bees (Bruce, Will , David etc) who cleaned up the toilets (which still need painting) and some other areas. Will donated a Fridge and Stove. There is also a fresh water tank which still needs hooking up. Some bush tucker has been identified just around the hall. The hall sign is invisible and needs moving. Bruce suggested installing a pine "dado", (a covering of the wall for the lower meter) as most damage is done at this height, and will get a costing for this. Bruce is investigating what can be done to extend the stage into the room. Steel was donated for a new logo, and Dianne is getting it painted. The floor is (or will be?) cut back, ready to be waxed. Bruce has tuned the piano.

The hall still requires: A repaired safety lock on the fire door (a part is missing); repairs to the steps and ramp; all of which are safety issues that Bruce will approach council about paying for.

Posted at February 4, 2002 12:00 AM

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