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These templates are in Word (.docx) format, contain sample text as well as the club's visual branding and are editable as appropriate. Updated or additional templates can be uploaded. They all use the Club's Roboto font with this embedded in the document (hence the large files sizes) so that you do not need to download and install it on your computer.

The templates are available in both colour and black and white formats each using the appropriate logo. To use both colour for posters and black and white for the same event/lessons you will need to copy and paste the event/lesson details from one format to the other.

Once you have created your A4 flier, please save it as a PDF for distribution purposes.

2018 diary cover

This article lists the currently known errors in the printed 2018 Diary. Check the up-to-date calendar which also includes new items.

Who to contact:

  • The Membership line should now read Greg Hay 0421 659 761
  • The phone number for Website - Nerida Gillies should be 0403 958 685

Photo of phone camera

Are you adept with taking photos on your phone? Perhaps you could join our club photographer group.

This group of volunteers takes photos of happenings at the club both spontaneously as a roving photographer or by request from an event convener. They are the key step in showing you photos on the website and in the newsletter, and on our club TV slideshow.

If you feel able to join this group, keep reading and let me (David Farmer, 0415 715 743) know.

computer question image

Many of our volunteers need a way of transferring files to the club's computers for printing or storage at the club. Here are the easiest ways to do this:

  1. Use a USB Flash Drive - Do a virus scan, copy the files to the USB flash drive, take it to the club, insert it in a computer there, and copy or print the file from the USB flash drive.
  2. Email the file to yourself - Then when you go to the club, access your own email via a browser on a club computer and copy or print the file. You will need your email address and password to access your email at the club computer and check that you are NOT storing your password on that computer.
  3. Use a shared Peninsula Bridge Club Google Drive folder - If you also want to store files for use by others, then this is probably a good long term approach. It will allow you to permanently store the relevant files in a folder that others, and you from a club computer, can access. Contact David Farmer for instructions and the login details.
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This article guides event conveners (and other organizers) with the various communications options available to them.

As event convener you are assumed to have accepted overall responsibility for an event, from its design and budget, its promotion and marketing, through to its implementation and post-event wrap. The communications team aims to ensure you have access to efficient and effective communication channels to help you communicate your message. This may include channels you have not considered - check our full communication channel list

You can use most of these communication channels directly, with support available as required. We will happily provide one-on-one training to you so that they can confidently use them. You will see that a small number of channels are however more effectively handled by the channel expert - simply provide the listed channel expert with your ready to use "copy" and, if relevant, photos.

Image of letterhead template

These templates are in Word (.docx) format, contain sample text as well as the club's visual branding and are editable as appropriate. Updated or additional templates can be uploaded. They all use the Club's Roboto font with this embedded in the document (hence the large files sizes) so that you do not need to download and install it on your computer.

Once you have created your A4 letter, please save it as a PDF for distribution purposes.

Club logo

For most purposes anyone creating a club document should start with one of the templates provided on this site in The Club | Templates segment. This article however provides access to the club logo artwork for those who might need it. These are not high resolution images and they assume a white background.

 

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The Comms team's goal is to establish effective and efficient communication options (see below) and to support event conveners and others in their use of these options. This support can vary from backup technical advice through to training in how to use a channel through to, where appropriate, the actual work involved in using the channel. 

Please let me know on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any suggestions as to how these communication channels could be improved.