2018 AGM - May 16th at 7PM, News (Wilmot Girls Hockey)

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2018 AGM - May 16th at 7PM
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Sunday, May 6, 2018
Calling all WGHA Members!  Please join us for the...

2018 Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, May 16th at 7PM
Wayne Roth Meeting Room, Wilmot Recreation Complex





Please CLICK HERE to view the Meeting Agenda and Directors Reports for the 2017-18 season. Also in this folder, please review the Election of 2018-19 WGHA Executive - Declaration of Candidates document.

All reports will be posted by May 9th, so please check back if the one you want to see hasn't been published yet.  *PLEASE NOTE* Paper copies will not be provided at this year's meeting in an effort to save a few trees.  Feel free to download and print documents that you feel you need in hardcopy.  Reports will be displayed at the meeting for everyone to review.

Ever thought of volunteering in girls hockey?  This is your big chance!
The WGHA is actively seeking nominations to the following open positions on the Executive:
Equipment Director
Director At Large

If you are interested, or know someone that would be perfect for one of these roles, please make a nomination!




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