Annual KCCS AGM – Feb 19

Annual KCCS AGM – Feb 19


Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) 77th AGM

Join the members of your community on Wed | February 19, 7:30 pm

•    Meet other community members
•    Review 2018-19 KCCS Financial Statements
•    President’s Annual Report
•    Ask the Board any questions
•    Elect in the 2020-21 KCCS directors
•    Coffee/tea and snacks will be served

All participants attending the AGM must carry a current KCCS membership card valid from 1 Sept 2019 to 30 Aug 2020. To obtain a membership card, please see staff at either the Main or Seniors Centre registration desk.

For enquiries and application package
Click here https://kerrisdalecc.com/become-a-director-of-kccs/
or email: kerrisdaleccsociety@gmail.com

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