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Tararua Tramping Club

Te rōpū hikoi o te pae maunga o Tararua   -   Celebrating 100 years of tramping

Social Committee Guide-Hosting Duty Cheat Sheet

 

Kia ora, this is a printable cheat sheet for club night hosting duty.

Nau mai, haere mai ki te rōpū hikoi o te pae maunga o Tararua
Ko ahau tō kaiwhakataki / kaihautū mō te pō nei.
Ko your name tōku ingoa/ahau

Welcome to the Tararua Tramping Club
I am your Master of Ceremonies / leader for tonight
I am / My name is your name

Print me

Hosting duty 'cheat sheet'

  • open the presentation cabinet to setup the laptop
    • pro tip: the RCA sound cable is not required unless the presentation has audio
  • welcome the presenter when they arrive, offer them a cup of tea
    • explain the koha options
    • explain the online and hall audiences and two sound systems
    • explain the latest end time for the talk (8:30pm), do not allow to run over
    • explain the microphone options
  • setup the online meeting on the laptop
    • pro tip: ensure 'Display Settings' are set to two screens
    • pro tip: ensure the windows sound setting for the browser is set to minimum if the presentation itself has sound
  • start the meeting at 7:30 with a mihi; ask if there are any new people at the meeting; President's notices
  • introduce the speaker; ask for questions at the end
  • after the talk moderate online and in person pātai, then thank the speaker (or arrange someone else to do so)
  • announce the club night topic for next week and close the meeting with a request to put the chairs away
  • return the laptop etc to the presentation cabinet and lock it


DateLocationGradeLeaderContact
Sun 26Lowry Bay to Eastbourne along the ridge trackE/MCathy Wylie021 022 77796
29 April - 13 MayMilford/Kepler (winter conditions)M/MF multiCathy Wylie / Peggy Munn021 022 77796 / 027 533 1564 
29Lowry Bay to Days BayEMichele Dickson022 635 0193
29Zealandia beyond the upper damEMPenny Salmond021 211 2577
29Makara Peak areaMBrian Hasell027 490 7960
29Sunny Grove, Turere, Whakanui CreekSFLynne White027 631 1160
2King's Birthday weekend
2Elsdon Bush with some off trackE/MRobin Chesterfield022 651 4928Please note this date is different to that in the Tramper

Winter club activities

28 May  Winter club activities

Come along at the earlier time of 7 p.m. for a glass of gluhwein, and find out how the club can help you to enjoy some great adventures this winter.

Packrafting: changing backcountry travel Marie Henderson

04 June  Packrafting: changing backcountry travel Marie Henderson

Marie has done a packrafting trip on the Clarence River and the Hollyford-Pyke loop. She describes packrafts as 'little blow up boats that are, like, halfway between a tyre tube and a hardshell kayak', and says 'people do the paddle bit in their packrafts and then look like trampers when they are in carry mode'.

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