Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre

NAHC Inc Membership

RULES OF THE NHILL AVIATION HERITAGE CENTRE INCORPORATED
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Membership of this valuable community organisation shows your support for:

  • Projects aimed at preserving the heritage of aviation in Nhill and surrounding districts
  • actively assisting the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Inc to achieve its goal of increasing the usage and value of the Nhill Aerodrome – a community owned and irreplaceable asset, and the future home of the restored Avro Anson aeroplane
  • The Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre is working towards strengthening Nhill and surrounding districts

    The purposes for the establishment of the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Incorporated association are:

  • To highlight the significant role of aviation in the ongoing development of Nhill
  • To research and record the history of the RAAF Air School at Nhill from 1941-1946 within the broader context of Nhill’s aviation and aerodrome history
  • To collect Air School artefacts to display in secure premises, and
  • To acquire and restore an Avro Anson aeroplane: leaving it as a legacy to this and future generations.

Remarkable progress has been made in achieving these aims - notably the acquisition and ongoing restoration of the Avro Anson aeroplane, and the conduct of a very successful Fly-In event at the Nhill Aerodrome in October 2009 with attendance in excess of 2000 people.

The Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Inc is recognized by the Hindmarsh Shire Council as a valuable community organisation. The Shire and the Association, together with five Business and Service Associations, are currently focused on implementation of the Shire-endorsed Nhill Aerodrome Master Plan.

Invitation to join the Association as a financial member:
  • To highlight the significant role of aviation in the ongoing development of Nhill To research and record the history of the RAAF Air School at Nhill from 1941-1946 within the broader context of Nhill’s aviation and aerodrome history.
  • To collect Air School artefacts to display in secure premises, and to acquire and restore an Avro Anson aeroplane: leaving it as a legacy to this and future generations has been made in achieving these aims - notably the acquisition and ongoing restoration of the Avro Anson aeroplane, and the conduct of a very successful Fly-In event at the Nhill Aerodrome in October 2009 with attendance in excess of 2000 people.
  • Financial members of the Association:

  • Are encouraged to take an active role in the Association,
  • Are eligible to attend the Annual General Meeting with full voting rights,
  • Are eligible to nominate or be nominated for Board membership,
  • Are covered by Volunteer Insurance when taking part in Board-endorsed activities,
  • Receive the Nhill Anson email Newsletter, keeping them up-to-date on progress with the Restoration Project, the Hangar Construction Project, and community-based events and activities

Membership of this valuable community organisation shows your support for projects aimed at preserving the heritage of aviation in Nhill and surrounding districts, and helping the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Inc to achieve its goal of increasing the usage and value of the Nhill Aerodrome – a community owned and irreplaceable asset, and the future home of the restored Avro Anson aeroplane.

The $30.00 membership fee is now due and payable.
Payment options:
Electronically to Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Inc
National Australia Bank: BSB No. 083-752 Account No. 83325-2480
or
Cheque Payable to NAHC Inc and mailed to PO Box 42, Nhill Vic 3418
Please complete the membership application form on the reverse side and forward with payment.

A yearly membership fee of $30.00 entitles all members to the privileges listed above.

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