Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate our 60th anniversary on 29th July 2017!
Special thanks to the following people who made it all happen:
The Cambridge community for providing historical photographs of Cambridge and early cameras.
Our special guests, original and early members of our club, who of course were among those photographic pioneers who started our journey – Colin Monks, Ron Chamberlain, Davina McDonald and Joan McCathie.
To our fabulous guest speakers Mathew Gainsford, Jennie Gainsford, Tracey Robinson Scott and Lynn Clayton.
To our sponsors, Snapshot Hamilton, Carters Tauranga, and to Waipa District Council for their funding.
Our club members for providing lunch, and Gaylene Callaghan, Lynn Hill and Mary Anne Hutchinson for their tireless work all day in the kitchen.
Andrea Pettigrew for her wonderful graphic design work for our banners.
Kathryn Parsons and Karen Payne at the Cambridge Museum for providing images and memorabilia.
Hannah May and the staff at the Cambridge Library for their help with our exhibition.
Derek Teague for compiling visual imagery which brought back memories of old Cambridge.
Our fabulous photographer Kerry Blakney-Williams for making sure the event was visually recorded.
Lynne Lacey for manning the raffle.
Lou Kibby for the warm welcome all our visitors received.
To our assembly and disassembly team of Bruce Brodie, Lindsay Muirhead , Derek Teague, Julie Milne and Lynn Hill.
For collecting and cataloging donated cameras and photographs Poul Larsen.
Gofer Julie Milne.
To all those who visited our exhibition and attended our anniversary celebrations. Without all of your help our anniversary wouldn’t have been the success it was.
And finally our thanks go to our president Eric Hill whose idea it was to celebrate the Club’s 60th anniversary and who worked tirelessly for many months to ensure its great success!