August 22, 2019

The Old Buffers met again last Tuesday for morning tea, a chat and a get together. Two members, Doug Baker and Bob Koremans, made a presentation of memorabilia to the Squadron. Doug kindly donated some memorabilia from the yacht Sweetheart, a mounted end of a boat hook and a navigation aid both used on Sweetheart. He also donated a Planimeter, an instrument used to determine the area of an arbitrary two-dimensional shape. Bob presented a framed photo of the Moreton Bay Pile Light C1910. Again all in attendance enjoyed the chance for a catch up so if there are any of you who would like to join the group please call Lynne to have your name added to the invitation list.

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