CAMRA BC AGM Information
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** Reminder….. ———————————————————— Hey CAMRA Members and Craft Beer Enthusiasts,
One final email….. this time regarding the upcoming CAMRA BC AGM taking place here in Victoria on Sunday March 10th. Please read over these articles, courtesy of CAMRA BC President Paddy Treavor and Secretary Glen Stusek.
Click this link (CAMRA.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=13c466132396bddc53ae2d7ba&id=ff9fe51d8f&e=77b03b1968) to see the full information about the AGM on our website, including the links to the 2018 Bylaws and Constitution.
Dear CAMRA BC Members, Victoria Branch
On behalf of the current executive of the Campaign for Real Ale Society of British Columbia (CAMRA BC), we are putting out a call for any proposed bylaw changes to be discussed and voted on at the Annual General meeting, to be held March 10, 2019 (x-apple-data-detectors://0) , from 1500 to 1630 hours (3 pm to 4:30 pm (x-apple-data-detectors://1) ) Pacific Standard Time (PST), at Argyle Attic, 777 Courtney Street, Victoria, British Columbia. (x-apple-data-detectors://2)
The Bylaws as approved at the Special General Meeting in November 2018 are available on the CAMRA BC website (see Bylaws), and a copy is also attached to this email(see above). At the November Special General Meeting, changes were also approved to the Constitution; the revised Constitution (see above attached) will be filed with the Society Office following completion of the Annual General Meeting (Constitution changes could not be made as part of the Transition Submission in November, so they have been deferred until the annual report is filed after the AGM).
Any proposed changes to the current Bylaws and Constitution for the Campaign for Real Society of British Columbia should be submitted, by email, to the firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) no later than February 20, 2019, 1159 PM (x-apple-data-detectors://4) PST (x-apple-data-detectors://4) .
Proposed changes will be circulated, by email, for members to review and such proposals will be discussed and voted on at the AGM, by a show of hands. A vote of 66% must be achieved at the AGM for the proposal to pass.