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NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE OLD ACHIMOTAN ASSOCIATION

1. NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE OLD ACHIMOTAN  ASSOCIATION

Notice is hereby given to all members of the Old Achimotan Association that the Executive Committee of the Old Achimotan Association has called the Annual General Meeting of the Old Achimotan Association on Sunday 7th April 2019 at 1400GMT at the Aggrey Chapel, Achimota School for the purpose of discussing the Land Fund, the Science Block project, the Accounts and any other business that may properly come before the Meeting.
 
Signed
Eunice Quarcoopome   
Executive Secretary
Old Achimotan Association    
 
 2.  Initial notice for other motions for the AGM    
    
Notice for other motions should reach the Executive Secretary no later than 10th March 2019 i.e. 28 calendar days prior to the AGM.
 
Rule 18:
Motions for Annual General Meetings
Motions to be placed on the Agenda of Annual General Meetings other than business placed on the Agenda by the Executive Committee shall be proposed by the official Regional or Branch Groups or Year Groups of the Association, and shall be forwarded to the Executive Secretary no later than 28 (twenty-eight) calendar days prior to the Annual General Meeting. These matters will be considered under Any Other Business.
 

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Last updated at : 08 March,2019
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