MEETINGS FOR 2021
Hi folks, we are now meeting back at the Maroochy RSL on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of each month, although there will be a couple of date changes throughout the year of which we will advise.
Meetings kick off at 1pm.
August 8th – Zoom session starting at 2pm
September 12th & 26th
October 10th & 24th
November 14th & 28th
December 12th & 19th
At our club meetings, we’ll be running Zoom for club members who can’t get to the meetings and members living interstate. To access our Zoom sessions you need to be a current club member and you will need to download the Zoom app on your device. Here’s the link: ZOOM APP I will send out our Zoom meeting access details prior to a meeting.
The RSL Covid safety regulations specify that we can only have up to 96 people in the room, including the band. To allow us to keep to our correct number of Scumsters, you will need to book by emailing Lynne & Ron here at this link: firstname.lastname@example.org To book your seat please email this link which will be open to bookings following the previous meeting. You will be notified by email of your confirmed booking. You can only book for one meeting at a time.
The RSL has also requested that we charge each person $10 per meeting. However, for that $10 you will receive a $10 RSL voucher, which will allow you to purchase drinks, coffee, or meals. The RSL will invoice our club for each $10 paid.
When you arrive at the RSL, please go upstairs where Lynne & Ron will be situated at the entrance to the room. They will check your booking and this is where you can purchase your $10 voucher, renew your membership and pick up your membership card.
Having so many rules and conditions is not how we want to run SCUM, but we know you all understand why these regulations are put in place. We want to keep all of you and us safe & well. So, please remember when you come to our meetings wash your hands regularly, give your hands a sanitiser squirt as you come into the room, be mindful of social distancing, and respect the RSL regulations. And as much as we all want to do the happy ukulele players dance and give each other a big hug, it will have to be elbows or any other part of the body that does not involve the face.