Stroud Community Lodge is built on the vision, generosity, commitment and personal dedication of an extraordinary number of volunteers over many years, including a voluntary Board of Directors.
Up to ten Board members (which includes up to two Stroud Lions Club members) can be elected at the Lodge Association’s annual general meeting each year. Board vacancies can also be filled by members of the Association throughout the year. You don’t need any particular qualifications or skills to be a Board member – as board chair Rod Williams says, you just need “common sense, a keen set of eyes, open ears and a clear mind.” Plus we provide on-the-job training!
If you’d like to know more about joining the Lodge Board please contact:
Rod Williams (chairman)
p | 0439 193 288
e | email@example.com
Current board members
This section is currently being reviewed and revamped and will be updated after Annual Meeting in October 2019.
ROD WILLIAMS (chair) | Stroud Road Community Hall & Progress Association
Rod is a local dairy farmer with extensive experience at community, industry and landholder level via many committees, forums and discussion groups. These include NSW Farmers Dairy Committee, local and state irrigation bodies, local mining, gas and power transmission projects, and numerous natural resource management groups.
“As my late father Don was a former resident in The Lodge, I now consider it a privilege to in some way contribute back to this incredible facility and the special and dedicated team that works within.”
BRIAN EASTOE (deputy chair)| Stroud Road Rural Fire Brigade
Brian is retired planner who lives at Stroud Road where he operates a small vineyard. He has been involved with Stroud Road RFS for 14 years, serves on the Duralie Community Consultation Committee and the Stroud Heritage Conservation Trust and is a member of the Stroud Historical Society.
“My interest in Stroud Community Lodge was considerably enhanced by the wonderful care given to my Father-inlaw during his time in the Lodge.”
ROBERT FROST (treasurer) | Stroud Community College
Robert moved to Stroud five years ago with wife Anne to be closer to family. A butcher by trade, Robert has been involved in a diverse range of industries and businesses including farming, theatre production, cinema and hospitality. Robert is a martial arts master and still occasionally leads treks across the Kokoda track in Papua New Guinea. He is a member of Stroud Heritage Conservation Trust and the founder of Stroud Community College.