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October 17/12 12:57 pm - Cycling BC Changes AGM Date

Posted by Editoress on 10/17/12

For the past six years, the Cycling BC Annual General Meeting has been attended by approximately 40-50 people and was held in a meeting room capable of hosting approximately 80 people. Cycling BC has been advised that attendance at this year's AGM will be an estimated 250 members, which will exceed the capacity of the intended meeting room by 190 people. As a result, Cycling BC has been forced to re-schedule and re-located the AGM in order to accommodate this level of attendance.

Our Bylaws require that the 2012 AGM  be held outside the GVRD. As well, the Societies Act and our own Bylaws require us provide adequate notice of the new AGM and as such we would like to notify all members that the 2012 AGM has been re-scheduled as follows:

Location: Cadet Building, Abbotsford Exhibition Park

Date: Sunday 2nd December

Time: 1:00pm.

Cycling BC regrets the need to re-schedule the meeting but we feel sure all our members will appreciate the need to accommodate all those members wishing to attend our Annual General Meeting.

Kindest Regards,

Keith Ryan
Chief Executive Officer


Cycling BC is accepting nominations for the following board positions:

• Vice President Road & Track (2 year term)
• Vice President Cyclo-cross (2 year term)
• Vice President BMX (2 year term)
• Vice President Financial Oversight (2 year term)

Election Bylaw
President, Vice-President Mountain Bike, Vice-President Para Cycling and Vice-President Randonneur being elected in odd-numbered years, while the offices of Vice-President Road & Track, Vice-President Cyclo-Cross, Vice-President BMX, and Vice-President Financial Oversight shall be elected in even-numbered years.


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