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The Annual General Meeting for the Cariboo Ski-Touring Club will be held VIRTUALLY on Thursday, October 28th, 2021 at 7 PM. The meeting will utilize Google Meet video-conferencing.
The business of the meeting will consist of the Annual Financial Report; Annual Reports from the directors; Election of officers; and approval of appointed Directors for the 2020-2021 term. Most incumbent officers and directors have indicated they will let their names stand for this year, but of course, nominations will be open for the officers: President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.
At the current time, as noted in a previous email we will be seeking to fill the Secretary officer role and the Snowshoe Trail and Signs Director.
The Annual General Meeting is open to all members in good standing. To attend the meeting, reply to this email notice indicating your wish to attend and you will be sent a link to join the meeting on your computer or mobile device prior to the meeting commencement on October 28th. The meeting will commence at 7:00 PM.
If unfamiliar with video-conferencing, the technology is very user-friendly and assistance will be available from 6:45 to 7:00 pm. If your wifi connection is weak, you may not be able to see or send video imaging, but you should still be able to hear and speak. Voting will be by raised hands for those with video, and voice for those with only audio.
For more information contact Brian Kennelly at email@example.com or 250-991-8709
Thank you to Chris Elden, Chris Hyde, Chris Kovach, Roger Knorr, Victor Stobbe, Bevin Thompson, Derek Woollends and Isaac Woolends for all your efforts and volunteering your time.
The club can now host professional visual presentations with a large screen, high quality sound and comfortable seating, no more hard wooden benches! The upgrade included 85 padded chairs, 135” motorized projection screen, high definition projector, wireless speakers, acoustic panels on the ceiling and a security alarm system.
The CSTC would like to thank the major sponsors for the lodge upgrade including the Quesnel Community Foundation, Northern Development Initiative Trust, and a partnership with ABC Communications. The total cost of the upgrades was $18,619 and of this amount NDIT contributed $7,319, QCF contributed $9,500 and the CSTC contributed $1,800 in volunteer labor with a total of 186 hours. Thanks to ABC for their contribution of internet bandwidth for the 8 months of the year that the lodge is closed which allows the club to monitor the security of the lodge via the internet.