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Club AGM 29 Nov 2015

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Post  Martin on Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:11 pm

The club AGM took place today, after an enjoyable Vietnam game.

There was a comprehensive report from the Treasurer, which revealed a small surplus for the year.  It was decided to keep the current charge of £5 per game (free for first-time players).  This essentially covers the cost of the village hall, plus website/forum hosting costs.

We then moved to the election of officials, and the results were as follows:

Chair: Steve Hockin (re-elected)
Treasurer: David Commerford (re-elected)
Secretary: Sean Collins

UN inspectors were present and reported numerous voting irregularities, together with some intimidation.  As is traditional on these occasions, the club SWAT team was deployed, and tear-gas was used, but only in moderation.  Overall, the observers felt that the process was fair and represented the views of the majority of members present geek

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