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About DCC

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History of DCC

On Friday 11th November 1955, at the Athenaeum Hall, Doncaster, a public meeting was convened to discuss the formation of a Camera Club. The following officers were elected: President:                              Mr Ross Miller Vice Presidents:                    Mr Keith Petty/Mr Harry Thomas Secretary:              …

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Members Kit

The “New Members Kit” is intended to provide information about DCC, its rules and the like to guide members. Click on the following to access the document…….. Members Kit-2013-v7

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Meetings

Main Meeting – held usually on the third Friday of each month at Manningham Uniting Church-Westfield Drive Site, 20 Westfield Drive, Doncaster at 8:00pm. Judging of competitions and photography related presentations take place at each meeting. Workshop Meetings – are held as required and notification given through the Newsletter and at club meetings. Social Outings …

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Membership

Membership of the Club is open to anyone interested in photography. Visitors are most  welcome but cannot participate in competitions. Annual subscriptions from April to March are: $55 per person $80 per family $40 per full time student Add $10 to receive the Newsletter by Post     People joining between 1st April to 30th …

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DCC Location Map

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Committee

The Club’s Committee meets as required. These meetings are generally held at a Committee member’s home, rotating the meeting venue throughout the year   The Office Bearers for 2018-2019 are: President/                                 John Smith            9890 2957   …

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Constitution

1 Name The name of the incorporated association is “Doncaster Camera Club Incorporated”. Date of Incorporation, 31st March 1987. ICN No. A00129552  2 Purposes The purpose of the Association is to foster and encourage all forms of photography including any associated technology and related activities, and to do so within a social and supportive environment. 3   …

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Associations – VAPS and APS

Victorian Association of Photographic Societies (VAPS) Our Club is a member of the Victorian Association of Photographic Society (VAPS) and our members often attend VAPS conventions or musters, interacting with other photographically-minded people from all over Victoria. So what is VAPS? In essence it is the central photographic body for Victoria and our Club has …

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