A FORMER member says she has been told she is not welcome back at Wodonga's RSL club after sledging the management of the sub-branch.
Lorraine Clampit was among those who fronted RSL committee members on Saturday after being sent letters that accused them of bringing the sub-branch into disrepute through Facebook posts.
She told The Border Mail on Sunday what she wrote in the wake of a heated meeting in January.
"I called them clowns and really slow learners, which stands for RSL, and I guess they weren't too impressed with that, but it's just my opinion, it's nothing personal," Mrs Clampit said.
She said her frustration at the RSL was related to the treatment of staff, including her husband who used to work at the Wodonga clubrooms.
"I think they're not accountable for their actions, they don't seem to be answerable to anybody," Mrs Clampit said. The likely blackballing does not worry.
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"I don't go there, so I really don't care what they think of me," Mrs Clampit said.
"At the end of the day it's a free forum, people can comment on a post and if they take it personally too bad, too sad."
RSL sub-branch president Jim Begley briefly took a call from The Border Mail on Sunday, saying he had to clean himself up and would phone back.
He did not do so and later calls to him were unanswered.
The Border Mail has been told seven committee members were party to proceedings on Saturday.
Copies of screenshots from Facebook were shown.
Attendees felt intimidated by the process which Mr Begley told The Border Mail on Friday involved trying to "come to some agreement to fix up their grievances".
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