GMHA Virtual AGM -- Thursday April 30th @ 7pm, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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GMHA Virtual AGM -- Thursday April 30th @ 7pm
Please join the GMHA Executive on Thursday April 30th @ 7pm for our first ever virtual AGM!!

Hosted by VP, Jason Kee, members of the 2019-2020 GMHA Executive will be providing a power point presentation of this year's hockey season through ZOOM!

We will post the link details and the code required to login shortly. Please watch the website, FB and your emails for this.

Note: Participants will be muted during the presentation but questions can be asked via the chat function. 

Please remember that this is new to us so please be patient if there are a few kinks along the way during our presentation.

The format as in other years is as follows:

President's Welcome Address
GMHA Awards
Approval of Minutes from 2018-2019 Minutes - see copy of last year's minutes below
Secretary's Report
Treasurer Report - see copy of financial statement below
2nd VP - REP Convenor Report
Fundraising Report
ICHL Convenor Reports (2)

Election of Officers:
Please note for the election the vote will be conducted through the GMHA website.  There will be a tab on the main page called "GMHA AGM Vote", click on that and it will open to the voting page. 
Voting will be open for 15 minutes.

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