FFF Southern Highlands Chapter May 2015 Exhibition

The Chapter set up and held a public exhibition throughout May in the Foyer Gallery of the Civic Centre,
Elizabeth Street Moss Vale.
The exhibition ran from Monday 4th May to Friday 29th May.
The exhibition was open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
The exhibition included books, documents, charts, maps and memorabilia related to the First Fleeters who arrived on the 26th January 1788 to establish the first European settlement in Australia.

Official Opening

The Exhibition was officially opened at a reception Friday night the 8th May. Chapter President Mrs Pamela Cormick welcomed Deputy Mayor Clr. Graham McLaughlin, Mr Geoff Cameron President of the Canberra Chapter, members of the Berrima District Historical & Family History Society along with Chapter Members & guests. Clr. McLaughlin warmly welcomed all to the Gallery & on behalf of the Mayor officially opened the Exhibition.

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The FFF Southern Highlans Chapter President Mrs Pamela Cormick welcomes members, guests and visitors to the Chapter's May exhibition at the Foyer Gallery, Civic Centre, Moss Vale.

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The FFF Southern Highlands Chapter Secretary Mrs Wendy Selman talking to Wingecarribee Shire Deputy Mayor, Clr Graham McLaughlin, at the official opening of the exhibition.

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Left to Right: Mr Bill Coupland, FFF Southern Highlands Chapter committee members Mr Paul Miskelly and Mrs Glenda Miskelly with FFF Southern Highlands Chapter President Mrs Pamela Cormick enjoying refreshments before the official opening of the exhibition.

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Left to Right: Guests at the exhibition, Mrs Kathy Cameron and Canberra Chapter President Mr Geoff Cameron with guests representing the Berrima District Historical and Family History Society Mrs Leonie Knapman and Mr Greg Knapman.

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Wingecarribee Shire Deputy Mayor, Clr. Graham McLaughlin, speaking to members, guests and visitors before officially opening the Chapter's May exhibition at the Foyer Gallery, Civic Centre, Moss Vale.

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Display case containing First Fleet memorabilia from the 1988 Australian Bicentenary.

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Left to Right: Canberra Chapter President Mr Geoff Cameron, Southern Highlands Chapter President Mrs Pamela Cormick and Wingecarribee Deputy Mayor, Clr Graham McLaughlin enjoying the exhibition.

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Mr Bill Coupland with FFF Southern Highlands Chaper member and Past President Mrs Patricia Robinson.

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Mrs Gwen Herbert and Wingecarribee Deputy Mayor, Clr Graham McLaughlin examining the chart of First Fleeters. Is it possible the Clr is a descendant?