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Your Committee:


From Left: Vice President Angelo Briganti, Immediate Past President and Acting Secretary Graeme Bool, Tony Schembri,
President Philip Cohen, Keith Morrin, Senior Vice President Terry Auld, Noel Bottrell, Treasurer Mike Cunneen, Ken Byatt
(not pictured are Ann Morgan, Editor Sebastian Zammit, Welfare Officer Ken Dighton, and Blogmaster Peter Goerman)

 

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Tour of Sydney Town Hall 6 June 2017

Our Guided Tour of Sydney Town Hall was interesting and enjoyable with a very knowledgeable guide and a truly amazing building. It was well worth the effort and as always our thanks again goes to Ann Morgan who was the prime mover in setting up the day. Another success, Ann; great job! Not all the people in the photos are named as a challenge to those who may want to identify them!

 

John Tier, David Fleming, Graeme Bool, Terry Auld, Angelo and Marina Briganti, Peter Maber, Angela Vallender, Jean Maber, Heather Auld, Helen and Phil Cohen, Judy Bool, Kini Smeaton, Ron Welsh, Denis Lickley and our organiser Ann Morgan

Our group and some ring-ins looking at the magnificent workmanship being pointed out by our volunteer guide

Our group and some ring-ins looking at the magnificent workmanship being pointed out by our volunteer guide

Our guide gives a potted history of the main auditorium and the magnificent organ pipes manufactured in England

The auditorium and mezzanine balcony

A well-earned rest while our guide gives us a potted history of the organ and its origins

A well-earned rest while our guide gives us a potted history of the organ and its origins

The very grand organ pipes

Stained glass window depicting Captain James Cook

Sue Byatt, Sue Welsh, Ron Welsh and Ken Byatt

Peter Maber, Kini Smeaton, Jean Maber and Angela Vallender

Terry Auld, Phil and Helen Cohen, Angelo and Marina Briganti, Heather Auld

John Tier, Betty and Geoff Brown, Alex and Ann Morgan

Graeme and Judy Bool and Jim Corrigan