NH Cycling Club takes more than 20 new members

The first meeting of the Northumberland Hills Cycling Club was a huge success. More than 20 people met at The Mill in Cobourg to hear about the format and structure of the new Club. Much was accomplished. The Board of Directors was elected, questions were answered, a ride schedule proposed and lots of fun and conversation took place.

Your Northumberland Cycling Club’s Board of Directors:
President: Randy Albon
Vice-President: Anita Macklin
Treasurer: Paul Mills
Secretary: Vivian VandenHazel

The necessary paperwork for the Ontario Cycling Association is now being assembled and will be submitted within the next week. Many of you have reserved a spot in the Club, and the forms can now be downloaded from our Membership page. The wonderful folks at the Green Party Campaign office at 37 King St. W have agreed to be a drop off point for completed applications until Friday, April 22nd. We will be submitting our membership list to the OCA next Monday, the 25th, so please get them in soon.

Thank you to everyone who came out tonight to show your support for our new Club. We are very pleased and excited to be embarking on this new journey!

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4 Responses to NH Cycling Club takes more than 20 new members

  1. MariaG says:

    That’s awesome-it’s going to be a terrific group! I’ll drop my payment off at the GPC office.

  2. Jen Poole says:

    Great meeting tonight Randy and Anita! Was great to see so many people out supporting the club, and signing up for membership. Glad I went and looking forward to a great season of safe and fun rides with everyone.

  3. Randy Albon says:

    As of this morning we have 35 members! This is fantabulous! I am thrilled to see such a diverse and fun crowd. It’s going to be a fun Summer indeed!

    Randy

  4. Tarik faraz says:

    Hi guys, I’ve arranges 5 cycle tours from Attock city to Kaghan valley (10500ft), Lahore (the Heart of Pakistan), Wahga Border, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Now I am interested to arrange 3 cycle tours this year. First from Islamabad to Shandoor Pass (The highest polo ground on earth 12500ft) by the end of June. 2nd from Islamabad to Dehli (India) and 3rd from Islamabad to London by the end of this year at very very low cast. Plz inform Your friends/Clubs and if interested byself, plz contact for more details. Thanks. Tarik Faraz, Chairman Shagory Hiking and Cycling club registered, Attock city-43600, Pakistan. 0322 & 0313 – 572 60 71

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