Membership of the Williamstown Camera Club is open to all. Membership fees are typically paid annually in July. Concessions are available for students, family memberships and pensioners and discount rates available for part year memberships. Once you have joined the Club you will be able to compete in all Club competitions. The Club's current membership fees are:
If after attending a few Club meetings you feel like joining us then simply ask the Treasurer for a membership form. Membership fees can be paid to the Club Treasurer by cash, internet banking (see below) or cheque made out to the "Williamstown Camera Club Inc."
For most items, including membership, we now accept payment via direct deposit into the club's bank account. Details are as follows.
Account name: Williamstown Camera Club Inc
Account number: 106379860
Senders box: to be completed with your name
Reference box: please use your surname (best fit, if it is long) plus your specific competition number - most banks allow maximum of 18 characters. (e.g. young3). Shorten your surname if necessary - but always use competition number. If you are a new member use the letters "new" after your surname - e.g Smithnew.
These details show on the WCC bank statement and are the only way we can identify who inward transfers are from. If you are paying WCC, we will be expecting these funds and will know the reason.
Please double check the BSB and account number before hitting the "send" button.
During this meeting we'll likely break into two groups at the opposite ends of our hall, one to cater for the more advanced questions the other the basics of the applications. As we gather new members throughout the year we feel it's valuable to reenforce the basic concepts that David Harradine will have covered at a previous meeting earlier in the year.Brooklyn Community Hall
It's about people, people! Let's see what we make of this largely open category of portraiture.
This is also a supper night, members are encouraged to bring along a plate to share with fellow members on the night.Brooklyn Community Hall