Sydney end of year celebrations & AGM
Date: Sunday 11th December 2016
Venue: The Domain - (over the road from the steps of the Art Gallery of NSW)
Time: 9-45 am (after Sunday training)
(in the case of the weather being inclement on the day, a venue or date change may be made)
Nomination for positions on Club committee are open and must be submitted by Thursday 1st December 2016.
Achilles committee member nominations:
The Committee is responsible for the running of Achilles International Australia – Sydney (Achilles Sydney). Members of the Committee are representatives of Achilles Sydney and the wider Achilles International organisation. As such members of the Committee are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is representative of the organisation’s beliefs and values whenever they are deemed to be representing Achilles Sydney. In addition to the legislated fiduciary duties and responsibilities expected of a committee member of an Incorporated Association under the Incorporated Associations Act 2009 and any other relevant legislation, given the nature of the organisation, the role of an Achilles Sydney committee member is expected to be a hands-on role.
Key responsibilities for committee members may include:
All financial members of the Club and interested parties are welcome to attend.
We will also be having our end of year party on that day Sunday 11th December, below is the agenda for the day.
Please bring along something to eat and/or drink. We will pool all the food (and hope that we do not have 50 kg of fruit cake and nothing else). Also, if you have a folding chair or 2, a picnic blanket or/and a folding table, please bring these along.
For those who wish to come to the picnic and not training, the agenda for the day is :
8.00 - 9.15 training
9.15 - 9.45 gather at the picnic meeting place across the road from the Art Gallery/Achilles Club House and have a drink and snack or 2 and get settled
9.45 - 10.00 AGM
10.00 - 11.00 (or whenever) chat, feast and make merry.
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