The following is taken from the SUPER CRO Constitution
Section 16.6 The association must hold its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) within 18 months of being formed. After that, the association must hold an AGM at least once in every calendar year, at which it provides reports to members about the financial position and activities of the association.
Section 17.7 The ordinary business of the AGM is to confirm the minutes of the previous AGM, receive reports and statements on the previous financial year, and elect committee members. The notice of the AGM must include any special business or resolutions to be considered.
The SUPER CRO Authorised Representative held a committee meeting today (1/11/2020) and set the date for the 1st SUPER CRO AGM. Saturday 19 December at 11 am. Depending on the lifting of the Covit-19 NSW/Vic border crossing we plan to be in Wodonga on the day. We are also planning to have a Zoom Conference link as well for those not able to be in Wodonga on the day.
The information about the meeting:
An email will also be sent to all SUPER CRO members on 26 November