Shed Management

Shed Details and Management

History of the Shed Establishment

Melba Shed was opened on 29 August 2008 by the ACT Chief Minister, Jon Stanhope. You can read the old media release here

The Shed became an incorporated body on 4 June 2009 as an association, ACT Number 04861, and with ABN 96 617 404 218.

Melba Shed was established as a joint initiative of the Rotary Club of Ginninderra and the North Belconnen Uniting Church in Melba

The Rotary Club of Ginninderra is a grass-roots organisation consisting of business professionals & community leaders that volunteer time, talent & resources in order to remedy vital community needs. They are centred on West Belconnen and regularly meet on Tues night at the Raiders Belconnen Club in Kippax. Check out their facebook page or their web portal

Melba Shed Early Dates 2008 and History of Establishment | Scanned view of the log book for the official opening meeting

A little bit of the Shed history (Newsletter #185)

Barry Howe wrote in Newsletter #185 about reading Hugh Mackay’s latest book ‘The Good Life’ and he has highlighted some parts of the book that go to the heart of what Melba Shed was set up to achieve

North Belconnen Uniting Church historic organ. In the church (opened 17 June 1990) is a historic organ called “The Charles William Leggo Organ” Picture. A short document provides and overview of this old organ that was originally installed in the Singleton Methodist Church on 26 June 1920. It was acquired when the Melba Church was built and restored from 1997 and finally commissioned in June 2008

Shed Management

Further down the page, you will find information on Shed EtiquetteShed Arrangements (which covers things that have been going on) the Shed Extension, and Shed Merchandise/Apparel.

10th Feb 2017 – Roger Amos advised that a new Westinghouse 540 lt fridge had been purchased for the Shed during the week (at an all-up cost of $1010.00) and will be delivered to our premises on Tuesday 14 February

29th Oct 2016 – Subject: Sending out emails from Melba Shed – Just a reminder that if you are sending out any emails from the Melba Shed Gmail account that addressees should be shown as BCC recipients and not as the ‘To’ recipient.   In other words, please address all multi-recipient emails to ‘Melba Shed’ and add all intended recipients under the BCC heading.  That way any recipient will only see their own email address and not every other recipients.
This is necessary as a number of members have asked that their email addresses not be publicised.

24th Oct 2016 – Shed Etiquette. The committee discussed problems with behaviour at meetings raised by one member and generally agreed with his comments.  The Committee discussed about whether questions should be held until the end of a presentation or allowed at any time during the presentation. It was agreed the Chairman would ask guest speakers their preference and would also manage questions to ensure questions were not dominated by individual members. One person added that members leaving phones switched on was also very disruptive and discourteous especially if they were answered when they rang

28th Aug 2015 – Bus – Apparently we can gain access to the BCS bus for excursions. The Secretary will check out the processes

Secretary’s Note from 17th Dec 2014.  I note that 17 members attended all six meetings in November and December.  44 attended at least four times.  We certainly seem to be meeting a need. Our attendance of 63 on 12 December equalled the record set on 24 October.  However, we had several visitors on 24 October, so perhaps last week we did set a new record for members’ attendance.

Chairing a Meeting –  President Laurie asked the meeting on 30th Jan 2015 if anyone would like to chair a meeting to see how they go. This would provide some support as Laurie would not always be there and it may give any volunteers more confidence in joining the committee or even standing for President. The new President Roger has a similar theme and is hoping that those organising a talk or presenters might step up and also chair the same meeting

Short Talks – The President has also called for members who are prepared to give a short talk of 10-15mins to members on BBQ days or other days when meeting plans go awry for one of the many reasons they can. Contact the president preferably at his email address or phone no listed on the  site contacts page

Assistant Newsletter Editor requests writers –  Drew asked that anyone willing to help provide articles on an occasional basis could notify him at the melbashed email address above or by phone on 6241 2201. This is only intended to be required when the usual writers are not attending an excursion or shed meeting
Editors Wanted for Shed Newsletter? Phil has been doing this job since September 2009 & it’s time for a change. The Newsletter is issued weekly & is prepared using Microsoft Word. If you have modest writing & Word skills then you can perform this role. Naturally Phil will provide required training & ongoing support. Maybe you don’t want to be permanent editor but would be happy to go on a roster with other interested members. Either way, please contact Phil on 0428 581 935 or [email protected] if you can assist with Newsletter releases. Its understood that Drew McD & John Edge have expressed their interest; however one or two more would be welcomed.

Shed Etiquette

There are some basic rules of courtesy at our meetings, especially when we enjoy the company of guest speakers. Please:

  • Turn off your mobile phone – If you genuinely need to leave your phone switched on, turn it to vibrate and please leave the room, well out of earshot, if you receive a call.
  • Don’t talk among yourselves as this is very rude to the speaker and very inconsiderate of your colleagues who might be trying to listen to the speaker
  • Don’t hog question time – please give others as go

From Newsletter #352 of 4 Nov 2016

(Ed note: background. Recently one member wrote to the Committee about the lack of manners being displayed by some members during talks by guest speakers. It was discussed at a meeting and the Committee came up with some strategies to address the key issues)

Our guest speakers have a right to expect courtesy during their presentations but often we don’t give them that courtesy.

There are a number of things we can all do to fix that:

  • Let’s not have conversation or whispers among ourselves or smart comments to the general audience whilst our guest is presenting
  • Let’s not have our meetings and speakers interrupted by mobile phones. Unfortunately phones ring far too often. If you must have your phone turned on, please turn it to vibrate mode and if you need to answer it, please leave the room before you do so. It’s just common old courtesy
  • Let’s not ask questions or interrupt the speaker during their presentation unless the speaker has specifically agreed to this. Where a speaker agrees to take questions during his/her presentation this will be announced at the time they are introduced
  • All questions should be through the Chairman of the meeting so that all members have an opportunity to be heard – if you have a question, raise your hand and the Chairman will acknowledge you
  • Let’s try to remain alert and actively listen. Slouching, yawning and falling asleep does little for the speaker’s confidence and the people around you
  • Let’s show appreciation for the effort the speaker has made to plan, write and deliver the speech. If he/she makes you laugh, laugh. Clap when it’s appropriate. A speaker needs your response. Your laughter, eye contact, and clapping all let the speaker know he/she is doing a good job

Protocol for introducing visitors to the Shed

The following protocol was agreed at committee meeting of 21 Jul 2015: Any member bringing a visitor to the Shed would host the visitor throughout the morning, and

  1. Have the visitor record his attendance in the attendance register.
  2. Provide the visitor with a temporary name tag.
  3. Have the visitor and sponsors complete an application for membership (if applicable), and pass the application to the Secretary.
  4. Introduce the visitor to the President, vice-President and Secretary if possible, and to other Shed members.

When a visitor attended the Shed without a formal host, other members would ensure that the above courtesies were conducted

Message from the Treasurer (Reimbursements) Melba Shed encourages members to claim for any personal costs incurred in contributing to our Shed activities e.g. Meeting expenses, BBQ supplies and other miscellaneous authorised purchases on behalf of the Shed. Our members are very generous and in a number of instances members have declined reimbursement. However, while this is much appreciated it is not necessary and the shed has sufficient funds to reimburse your costs. Simply retain your original purchase receipt and give them to the Treasurer and these refunds will occur as soon as possible.

Usually the current method of reimbursement i.e. via cash or cheque works pretty well, however it is not so good when members are away in subsequent weeks or for longer periods of time. Another option is now available to shed members. If you prefer to have your refunds placed directly in your personal accounts by electronic transfer this can easily be arranged, and will mean that funds will be returned to you even more promptly, irrespective of your attendance or availability. For this to occur all that is required of members is to provide your account details to me at your convenience (once only required) should you wish to take advantage of this method, as per the following information: Bank BSB No; Account Number; Account Name.

Sign Our Attendance Book We are keen to maintain a history of Melba Shed and our Attendance Book is an important part of this. Please remember to sign our attendance book each time you visit the Shed

Let’s keep our kitchen a safe place to be! Some members may have noticed the addition of a new sign in our kitchen area (around 20th Sep 2011), requesting that this area be vacated once you have got your cuppa and cake etc. No offence is intended with this sign – it is aimed solely at promoting a less congested and much safer environment in the interest of all our members. Congestion in this area means that access to the coffee/tea making facilities is hampered, but more importantly it increases the risk of someone being injured or scalded, not something we want to see. The warmer weather is beginning to kick in, so why not continue your conversations enjoying our great area immediately outside the shed area. Your understanding and cooperation in keeping our kitchen a safe place is much appreciated.

 

Shed Management News

8th Anniversary Dinner

8th Anniversary Dinner

29 Aug 2016 – The 8th Anniversary of the Shed was celebrated with a dinner at the Raiders Club at Kippax with around 55 members & guests attending with entertainment provided by Annie Sloane of the Armadillos & Tony Haley

13th Nov 2015 – New President Roger Amos presented the Shed with another $250 cheque donation from Iris Hockley. In memory of Clarrie and as a sign of our appreciation we will plant a tree outside for Clarrie.

10th Nov 2015 – Shed contributions to Uniting Church. The committee has agreed to increase our contributions to the Uniting Church to cover cost of electricity and maintenance to 2,000 pa or $500 per quarter

10th July 2015 – President Laurie presented a $200 cheque donation to the Shed from Iris Hockley in memory of Clarrie and as thanks for the celebrations at the Shed after Clarries funeral

30th Jan 2015 – Coffee Contributions Paul handed the President a further $157 collected from member coffee contributions at Black Pepper

28th Nov 2014 – Coffee Contributions Paul handed the President a further $115 collected from members coffee contributions at Black Pepper; occurring as for every so many coffees paid for we get a free one. This was something Terry Mether had started in early 2014. Since that time riders had contributed some $409 to Shed funds

17th Oct 2014 – Kitchen Upgrade – We were advised by Uniting Church that the Community Centre kitchen that we use will shortly be upgraded, with new microwave, heating oven, etc

29th Aug 2014 – 7PM Friday Labor Club in Belconnen, 6th Anniverary Dinner was held with spouses/partners/friends at the Labor Club Belconnen. We had a special presentation by the Tuggeranong Ukulele Group (TUGS) and Greg gave a short talks on history of the Shed (51 people attended and an enormous 27 from the band)

5th Aug 2014 – Each Committee Member has been allocated up to 20 Shed members to check on and look after the status of their cadre

7th May 2014 – Dr Chris Bourke’s speech about Mens Sheds where he talks largely about Melba Shed | 29th April 2013 – ACT Assembly Men’s Shed Forum – This was a meeting held in the Assembly with several MLAs present & two representatives from 12 ACT Sheds. Ray Nelson & Billy Williams represented Melba Shed | Ray and Billy’s Notes

Voluntary Workers Personal Accident & Liability Policies 2014.

On 28th Mar 2014 Bob Salmond (2014 Secretary) outlined these policy items to members. This is the information in plain english (pdf doc)

28th Mar 2014 – Terry of the Easyriders donated $54.40 which was excess funds raised over a period of time at cycling coffee breaks

18th Feb 2014 – Sincere thanks to Ian Cameron for donating a Public Address System to Melba Shed. We are still to install the speakers but that will happen shortly

21st Mar 2014 – Possibility of Increasing Contributions This has now passed as several generous donations have seen the cash status become satisfactory as outlined by the Treasurer on 21 Mar 2014

4th Feb 2014 – Treasurer’s Report. Cash at Bank balance is currently $4,549.40 however there are several payments due. These were: a quarterly voluntary $250 contribution to the Uniting Church for maintenance, electricity etc; a reimbursement to the Uniting Church for the Shed’s air conditioning unit with a suggested first instalment of $1,500; a payment for plastering work done on the extension that has not yet been invoiced (estimated at around $800) The true status therefore for Cash at Bank was around $2,000. Our annual insurance through AMSA was also due over the next month – estimated to be $1,400. Our regular meeting contributions are averaging $99 while our BBQ meetings are averaging $143. Regular meeting expenditures are averaging $45 with the BBQ costs are averaging $100. It is clear some members are not requesting reimbursements for the normal meeting supplies so the real cost is higher and is being offset with an unofficial contribution of free food! Guest speaker gifts have cost $154 to date…. Eric Sadlowski The Committee regularly meets to consider, among other things, the Shed’s financial situation. You can see from the Treasurer’s Report that the Shed had some significant expenses pending, including some $1,400 for mandatory insurance and some $3,700 for repayment to the North Belconnen Uniting Church which provided funds to acquire our very necessary air-conditioner. The Committee then believed that in order to improve the current financial situation those Shed members who can afford to do so, increase their contributions for morning tea to $3 per meeting and for Sausage Sizzle days to $5 per meeting. In this way we could reduce or even avoid the need to raise funds through other initiatives such as BBQs at Bunnings or Woolworths. The Committee continues to seek out appropriate grant opportunities but these funds are hard to come by. They have a wish list which includes a laptop computer, secure cupboards, a whiteboard on wheels, a PA system, access to a bus for trips, a defibrillator and Internet access at the Shed. One suggestion, which will be put to Members for consideration, is that Members consider making a one off cash donation of say $50 to help pay off the air-conditioner. If even half our members felt able to make such a donation then we would be able to complete our reimbursement obligations. Members were asked for their feelings about this and to contribute to the discussion. On the 7th Feb meeting this was aired and opinions offered. Many thought an annual fee or surcharge would be difficult for some members. Some were happy to pay more per week, most seemed happy to leave things as they were and allow those who could to donate funds as required.

(Ed Note: if paying $1 or $2 per week for standard meeting (say 27 pa) and $4 for BBQs (say 12 pa) total PA is between $75 and $102. If we paid $3 per week and $5 per BBQ week total becomes $141 PA. This excludes say 10 excursion weeks and 3 weeks of no meetings in a year)

3rd Feb 2014 – On this day Harry Redfern & Brian Wells met, along with representatives of other Sheds, with Mary Porter MLA, Yvette Berry MLA and Dr Chris Bourke MLA to consider how the ACT Government could better assist Men’s Sheds. Here are the minutes in relation to our Shed:- Melba Shed. The Melba Men’s Shed is located at the North Belconnen Uniting Church premises. They have an extensive network of community organisations with whom they interact. The shed operates in a somewhat different format from traditional men’s sheds. Unlike most men’s sheds, the Melba Men’s Shed does not have a workshop, or programs that would require them to build a shed. Rather, they focus more on activities such as excursions, discussion forums etc. However recently, because of increased membership, they successfully undertook to extend the premises with the help of a professional builder, assisted by voluntary labour. Issues: Equipment: There is increased concern about the health and safety of members, particularly given the age of some members. Consequently they are seeking to raise funds to:- Purchase life saving equipment such as a defibrillator; and Train several members to be able to use the defibrillator, as well as administer other life saving skills. Other matters raised Due to the number of meetings and discussion forums they host, as well as the rapidly increasing attendance, the following items are progressively becoming necessary:- A laptop for PowerPoint presentations; A whiteboard on wheels; Public Address (PA) system- which would be of great assistance to those with hearing impairment; A cupboard to securely store valuables, including their records. ACTION: A subsequent meeting of the MLA’s will discuss the best approach to take in relation to the issues raised

6th Dec 2013 – New Shed Tradition – At the meeting Brian Wells suggested we start a tradition of the most obscene or brightest shirt. This was judged on the closest Friday to Aust day 24th Jan 2014 with Geoff Grimmett the winner

4th Nov 2013 – PA System for the Shed The Rotary Club of Ginninderra (Our Co-sponsor (our Co-sponsor) has made a grant of $360 towards the cost of a PA system for our Shed

BBQ fund raisings at Bunnings Belconnen The committee decided that the Bunnings BBQ of 16th August 2013 will be the last for this year. This is due to the high demand placed on members over the last year and the extra work required in the Shed extensions

16th Aug 2013 (Fri) – Bunnings Belconnen BBQ No5 This was run from 7.30AM to 4PM with about 12 members participating. The Shed raised a net amount of $588

19th Jul 2013 (Fri) – Bunnings Belconnen. This was cancelled on the Thur by co-ordinator Ron Thomson due to the bad weather expected on Friday; which did indeed occur

9th Jun 2013 (Sun) – Bunnings Belconnen BBQ No4. Shed Members ran the BBQ from 7.30AM to 4PM. It was an outstanding success thanks to all the volunteers on the day and specially to Geoff Grimmett who organised the event. Keith Sinderberry reports that takings were some $1,985 and expenses were around $500 giving us a profit of over $1,485. Pictures

17th May 2013 (Fri) – Bunnings Belconnen BBQ No3. Shed volunteers ran the BBQ from 9.00AM to 4PM in 3 hour shifts. The BBQ grossed $726.55 with expenses of $154.00 leaving cash to bank of $572.55. Thanks to some twelve Shed volunteers, we sold approx 270 sausage sandwiches & about 30 cans of drink

6th Jan 2013 (Sun) – Bunnings Belconnen BBQ No2. Around 20 Shed volunteers ran an all-day BBQ at Bunnings on Sunday 6 January. We raised $1,453 net for the Shed funds Pictures

10th Nov 2012 (Sat) – Community BBQ No2 outside Woolworths at Kippax. About 11 Shed volunteers ran the BBQ from 9.45AM-5PM. We made $395 towards Shed funds. Harry’s ukulele playing might have helped

13th Oct 2012 (Sat) – Community BBQ No1 outside Woolworths at Kippax. 14 Shed volunteers ran the BBQ from 10AM-5PM & we raised a net $357.20. Volunteers were rostered for only one hour, we cooked 230 sausages and 6.725kg of diced onion, & we used 11 loaves of bread

15th June 2012 (Fri) – Bunnings Belconnen BBQ No1. The first one raised a net $747.

Bunnings Belconnen BBQs. We plan to run BBQs at Bunnings when available, on the 3rd Friday of each month. This will ensure a steady income for our Shed to meet building extension and furnishing costs. However to do this we need to know that we have sufficient volunteers. If you are prepared to assist running the Bunnings BBQ for around a 2.5 hour shift please let us know (email) or fill out the sheet at Shed meetings in the weeks leading up to the next BBQ. Whilst the timeframe will be from 7.30AM through to 2PM to maybe 3PM on Fridays, we need at least 4 people available to work on each shift. The initial shift will help setup the facilities which includes setting up the marquee, BBQ and tables provided by Bunnings as well as helping with bringing food and drinks.

The following letters and notes relate to our first BBQ on 15th June 2012 but most will be relevant to all BBQs: – 15th June Actual Volunteer RosterBBQ 15th June 2012 ResultsGeoff’s Email Instructions for the BBQ 15th June 2012BBQ Location Aerial PicThe Bunnings letter is one that they sent to us with all the info about what happens at their site, with associated requirements – Bunnings have requested that each person assisting is aware of, and has read, other documents on food handling etc

The relevant local and national standards are: Fete and Fundraising in The ACT (HPS) – ACT Health Fact Sheets on Food SafetyFood Standards Australia Food Safety Fact Sheets for Charities & Community Organisations

24 Aug 2012 Shed Bell There was a presentation to the Shed by Laurie Power of a quite large, mounted bell kindly donated by our Vice-President, Peter Tilley and loving polished and mounted by Laurie Power.PresidentHarry wasted no time in bringing the meeting to order by ringing the new bell and no doubt we’ll hear more ringing at future meetings. Wonder if it will disappear sometime!

Shed Extensions

6 Jul – 13 Jul – 20 Jul 2012 Raffles for Harrys Donated fine wine Harry Williams after his talk on 22 Jun 2012 generously donated quite a number of very fine quality wines. The Committee decided to raffle these bottles over three Shed meetings commencing Friday 6th Jul. Tickets were $5 each and all proceeds went towards the Shed extensions. In this process we raised $490 towards these extensions. Three bottles were raffled at each meeting in this way, with each winner receiving his choice of a bottle:- 06 Jul: Grant Burge Rose, Caspian Rose Magnum, Grant Burge Shiraz (Magnum) The winners were: Keith Sinderberry, Robert Mair, Clarrie Hockley 13 Jul: Grant Burge Sauvignon Blanc, Arrowfield Show Reserve Chardonnay, Hoffman Liqueur Vintage Port. The winners were: Bob Salmond, Drew McDonald, Doug Crawford 20 Jul: Grant Burge Semillon Viognier, Kirrihill Semillon (Clare Valley), Grant Burge 20 year old Tawny & two wine bags. The winners were: Doug Crawford, Robert Mair, Greg Hutchison. The wine bag winners were Drew McDonald and Laurie Power

Ron Thompson helped raise funds for the Shed extensions. President Harry Redfern arranged for Ron Thomson (member and also with the Rotary Club of Aurora Gungahlin), to present a cheque for $1000.00 to our Treasurer on Fri 3 Aug 2012, being the proceeds from a lot of good work by a number of our members who participated in towing rubbish away from the Rotary Trash and Treasure site in Jamison, as below. Belconnen Rotary and Gungahlin Rotary Clubs required volunteers for each of 5 Sunday afternoons to cart a trailer load of rubbish from Trash and Treasure at Jamison Shopping Centre to the Mitchell Recycling Centre. The Shed provided a volunteer for each of the 5 weeks involved they will give us $1,000 towards our Shed building upgrade. The Sundays were 22nd April (Don Gruber), 6th May (Barry Howe), 20th May (Bob Salmond), 3rd June (Laurie Power),17 June (Phil Laird)

Morning Tea relocation At the Committee Meeting on Monday 18 June 2012 the Committee has decided that, out of consideration for our invited guest speakers, that morning teas prior to and/or during presentations will be set up and held in the larger “play group” area at the eastern end adjacent to the kitchen. This will ensure that noise emanating from the kitchen area will be minimised, as this noise can be very distracting for both speakers and audience and is seen as being somewhat rude when it interrupts the flow of the speaker’s presentation. To facilitate this change, it would be greatly appreciated if members could vacate the kitchen as much as possible before and after presentations when enjoying their morning tea (this will also ensure that a safe environment is maintained in the kitchen). Members are also encouraged to take up any vacant seats in the main room rather than congregate in the kitchen during presentations.

Shed Extensions Pictures We used our new room for the first time on Friday 12th July 2013. It proceeded quite quickly with work starting work on the 6th May, the foundations being laid on 23 May, the concrete slab on 5 June, the brickwork and framing completed on 21 June, roof installed 25th June, glass in windows-doors 4th July, painting on 8-9th July, and the final building completion certificate issued on 8 July. Our volunteer licensed builder, Bernie Rees, performed magnificently and was on the job most days from 7:30am until dark. He was assisted by his band of helpers. On 17th July 5 of us did extra painting and cleanup work. In early Aug 3 of us (John Edge, Colin Fitzpatrick, Greg H) finished Stage 1 of the paving in two tranches. Geoff Grimmett finished off painting the roof, Don Gruber finished the paving (Stage 2) outside the north door & organised the curtains. Don, Geoff, Stuart finished moving and extending the fence on 2 Sep. A BBQ and airconditioner are still being considered Background: The Committee sourced funding to allow the Shed building to be extended by about 4m – effectively doubling the space.

A brief history and update on Shed Extensions This is a 4 page pdf document. It outlines current shed running costs and likely financial aspects of the shed extensions as well as a chronological summary of major news. The Extension’s Development Application: 201323195CT: COMMUNITY FACILITY- COMMUNITY CENTRE Location: Block: 9 Section: 59 Suburb: Melba 30 Conley Drive Extension to meeting room on northern side of building, was advertised in the Canberra Times on 27/2/13 and comments closed on 21/3/2013 North Belconnen Uniting Church letter from Roger Kilham about the Building Extension and Cost Schedule

Melba Shed Merchandise

Note: its not clear if the information below about Braggs and Canberra Workwear is still valid in mid 2014 as the Braggs website now seems defunct

John Burrowes advised that Braggs, the original supplier of our Shed apparel, closed their factory at Charnwood and now run their outlet through Canberra Workwear. Our usual Melba Shed apparel will still continue to be available through Canberra Workwear. The original Braggs website address hasn’t changed (NO LONGER WORKS), but it now encompasses the name Canberra Workwear as well. Our items are currently not shown on this site but the Melba Shed Club name link remains and items will be re-displayed there again shortly (under the ‘Club Clothing’ tab). However, it has been requested that for the time being all orders be done over the phone to Canberra Workwear at their 47 Nettlefold St, Belconnen Shop on 6251 2911. Canberra Workwear currently had the following stock left over in store from Braggs with the Melba Shed Logo shown on them: – 12 x Floppy Hats (@ $12.00 each)* – 8 x caps (@ $12.00 each)* – 1 x Small, 1 x Med Short Sleeve Polo Shirts(@ $29.00 each)* * New prices as at 01 August 2012 It is suggested that Shed members get in early and if interested make your individual purchases as soon as possible, as in future the Caps & Hats will be not be embroidered at their factory and will be required to be ordered in lots of 25 from Melbourne, which may not meet the Shed’s requirements for some time The original order form is attached Order Form and shows the Polo Shirts (Short/Sleeve, Long/Sleeve and Rugby Tops) and Cap/Bucket Hat with their original prices Photos of the main merchandise. At the meeting of 30 Sep 2011 John Burrowes presented a $40.00 cheque to our Shed treasurer as a donation from the proceeds of the Shed apparel sales

John in his short sleeve polo shirt

Bucket Hat

Cap

Cap

Short Sleeve Polo Top

Long Sleeve Polo Top

Rugby Top