Workshops and Special General Meeting - Proposed changes to Governance Structure October 2018



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Workshops and Special General Meeting - Proposed changes to Governance Structure October 2018

Workshops and Special General Meeting - Proposed changes to Governance Structure October 2018

13 October, 2018



Proposed changes to Governance Structure October 2018

Workshops and Special General Meeting

 

At this year’s AGM, President Colin Mitchell was empowered to initiate changes to the governance board structure to ensure the future success and ongoing sustainability of Archery NZ.

A Restructure Committee has developed a draft proposal for feedback from members prior to a Special General Meeting in January 2019.

All Archery NZ members are invited to attend workshops before the end of the year in order to better understand what is being proposed and why.

 

Date

Venue

Time

Location

20 October 2018

Christchurch Archery Club

At the conclusion of shooting but not before

3.30pm

Rawhiti Domain, New Brighton

Christchurch

10 November 2018

Manawatu Archery Club

At the conclusion of shooting but not before

3.30pm

Totara Road, Awapuni

Palmerston North

1 December 2018

Auckland Archery Club

At the conclusion of shooting but not before

3.30pm

One Tree Hill Domain, Auckland

These workshops coincide with events hosted by these clubs and the Board thanks them for providing the opportunity to engage with members at these locations.

A Special General Meeting will be held on Sunday 6 January 2019 commencing no earlier than  2pm, at the Rongomai Park Club Rooms, Te Irirangi  Drive, East Tamaki, Auckland to provide an opportunity to formally adopt the proposed changes.

Details of the final proposal will be issued to all members at the beginning of December 2018 in preparation for the Special General Meeting.

If you have any questions, please email secretary@archerynz.co.nz

Please see the links below to the Workshop schedule & Restructure proposal to be discussed.

 

Notice to Members

Road Show Discussion Document

Q&A

Benefits of belonging to Archery NZ