To be held on Friday March 20th 2020
You are invited to attend the 33rd Annual General Meeting of the Friends of the Heysen Trail and Other Walking Trails Inc. The meeting will be held at 7.30 pm on Friday March 20th 2020. The venue will be the Woodville Lawn Bowling Club, Oval Avenue, Woodville.
We are seeking nominations from you, our members, for election to the Friends Council at the AGM. There are vacancies in the following positions:
- Vice President,
- Treasurer and
- half of the remaining members.
Our Constitution calls for not less than four and no more than ten non office-bearing members.
Our guest speaker will be a double act this year, Paul Nicholas and Eric Felgate. They managed the restoration and renovation of many of the iconic huts along the Trail including Mayo, Marschalls and Curnows with the help of men from Uniting Communities men’s shelters. This is their story!
You will also hear about our Association’s activities in 2019 and plans for 2020.
Come along and meet your council (they are the people who make the decisions). Find out what we intend to do to further develop, maintain and promote the use of the Heysen and other walking trails.
If you are thinking of becoming more involved please check the information and nomination form that you find in the Autumn issue of the Trailwalker which will be issuing shortly.
Please bring a plate. The bar will be open for drinks. Coffee and tea will be available.
- Acceptance of Minutes of the previous AGM held on March 22nd 2019.
- President’s Report
- Financial Report
- Election of Officers
- Vice President
- Council Members
- Appointment of the Auditor
- Election of Honorary Members
- Other Business
- Close Meeting
Any member wishing to move a motion at the AGM should be aware of the Constitutional requirements:
‘Notice of any such motion proposed to be moved at a General Meeting by any member not being a member of the Council shall be signed by the proposer and seconder and shall be delivered to the Secretary at least seven days before the meeting. No motion moved by any member other than a member of the Council shall be entertained by the meeting unless notice thereof has been given as aforesaid.’