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AGM 2017
Wednesday 09 May 2018, 06:00pm - 07:30pm
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Contact Wendy Paisley - 072 625 0274
Our FLASH Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 9th May at the Mountain Club of South Africa (MCSA).  We have great pleasure in introducing our guest speaker Hayley McLellan - an environmental campaigner co-ordinator for the Two Oceans Aquarium.  The six campaigns which the Two Oceans Aquarium have currently chosen to focus on at the moment are: banning plastic shopping bags (Rethink the Bag campaign); straws; cigarette butts; bottled water; balloons; box strapping (entanglement).  Hayleys talk promises to be really interesting and is a popular topic with the Pacific gyre currently in the news.  
 
We have chosen a different venue for our AGM this year given the excellent facilities offered by the Mountain Club.  We welcome members and non-members, however please note only members will be allowed to participate in the AGM. 
 
The club house is set back a bit from the Holocaust Museum & Jewish Museum. (Big tree in braai boma)
Parking: There are a few parking bays immediately outside the hall otherwise there is street parking
 
The agenda for the evening will be:
18h00-18h30
Welcome to all
Chairpersons report
Treasurers report
Membership fees
Election of Committee
 
18h30-19h00
Guest speaker - Hayley McClellan
Questions from the floor
 
From 19h00
Refreshments
 
Location Mountain Club of South Africa - 97 Hatfield Street, Gardens
FLASH will provide wine and snacks for after the meeting

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