BCA - Current General Meetings
Scroll down past the BCA – Minutes Of Past Annual General Meetings section for minutes of meetings, and when available, the agenda for the next meeting.
BCA MONTHLY MEETINGS
Meetings of the Bundanoon Community Association Inc. are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month, starting at 7:30pm. Why not come along and keep up-to-date with what is happening in and around Bundanoon. Meetings are held in the Supper Room of the Soldiers Memorial Hall – opposite the post office.
BCA - Minutes Of Past Annual General MeetingsView or download past minutes in .PDF format
Annual General Meetings
|2022 AGM Booklet revised 30062022||6.23 MB||19-07-2022||Download|
|BCA 2021 AGM papers||434.42 KB||23-02-2021||Download|
|BCA-AGM-2020 -Booklet||2.72 MB||13-05-2020||Download|
BCA - Agendas and Minutes Of General MeetingsView or download past minutes in .PDF format
BCA - ConstitutionBundanoon Community Association Constitution - Download In either .PDF or Word format
- Enhance the beauty & unique village of Bundanoon, regarded as one of the most attractive villages in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales.
- To foster a community spirit in the village.
- To serve and represent the interests of Bundanoon. It achieves this in a variety of ways, including making submissions to the local Wingecarribee Shire Council on planning issues.
- The Association also seeks to further develop and environment that supports the well-being and contentment of the people of Bundanoon.
The Bundanoon Community Association is responsible for the management of the various Sub-Commitees, each of which has a Covenor. Each Sub-Comittee manages a specigic area of community activity or interest, and is responsible to the BCA committee. As an incorporated body, the BCA has an ethical responsibility to ensure community activities conducted under its banner are both fair and legal.
BCA INC SECRETARY
Bundanoon Community Association PO Box 12 Bundanoon NSW 2578 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BCA MONTHLY MEETINGS
We pay respect to the Traditional Custodians and acknowledge their continued connection to their country and culture.