Timeline

2017JanNew website launched
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2013
Dec 31
Membership 220
Oct 1
Lease Agreement (1 yr) signed with Community Services Directorate, ACT Government
Aug 1
MOU with [email protected] work dissolved
2012
Dec 31
Membership 167
Jan 29
Official first day for Club’s regular activities at the Tuggeranong Seniors Centre
2011
Dec 31
Membership 170
Nov 18
Tuggeranong Seniors Centre officially opened by Minister for Ageing, Joy Burch
Mar 2
First sod turned for construction of Tuggeranong Seniors Centre. Building scheduled for completion mid-November
Mar 1
Memorandum of Understanding signed with [email protected] detailing operational roles and responsibilities – Rusty Woodward, Club President / Maureen Cane CEO [email protected]
2010
Dec 31
Membership   202
May
Code of Conduct introduced
Jan 21
Certificate of Incorporation issued  Notification of Australian Business Number (ABN)
2009
Dec 8  
Members voted to incorporate, adopt a Constitution and elect first formal Management Committee.
Mar
Tender let for Forward Design of a Tuggeranong Seniors Centre (budget papers refer to the Tuggeranong 55 Plus Club)
2008
Apr 11
The Tuggeranong 55 Plus Club formally launched at Tuggeranong Community Centre with over 120 people attending
Jan 8  
Major public meeting held to officially start the Club with over 80 people responding Canberra Chronicle advertisement
2007
Dec
[email protected] received a further Seniors Grant to support the formal launch of the Club, development of a governance structure and strategic plan
Feb
[email protected] received an ACT Office of Ageing Seniors Grant to establish a Seniors Club in Tuggeranong, to be called the Tuggeranong 55 Plus Club
2006
Oct  1
Ministerial statement tabled in response to MACA’s report
2005
Dec
Ministerial Advisory Council on Ageing (MACA) Review of Seniors Clubs report published
Jun  
ACT Government funded a [email protected] ([email protected]) Community Development project to “Research the need to establish a seniors club in     the Tuggeranong region