2017 Lotus Annual General Meeting (AGM)
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    2017 Lotus Annual General Meeting (AGM)

    Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017
    Location: Lotus Sports Club, Barnet Marine Park
    Time: 11:00 am

    All Lotus members are encouraged to attend this very important meeting. This is your chance to give feedback on this year’s paddling programs and to thank those who contributed so much time to the club. At this meeting you will also elect your 2017/2018 Board of Directors who will be making plans for paddling programs for next year.

    The current board is looking for people who are interested in being part of next year's Board of Directors. The directors are volunteers who represent the paddlers of the Lotus Sports Club and who make decisions to the benefit of the club and all of its members. It is a great way to be involved in your club and community.

    The following two positions are filled automatically;

    President – presides at all meetings and oversees the overall operations of the club. The past year’s
    vice-president, Daniel Chan, will become this year’s president.

    Past-President – provides continuity in the Board of Directors and works with the President on matters
    carried over from the previous year. The current president, Tony Vukasovic, will become the
    Past-President.

    The following is a list of current directorships and a description of their responsibilities:

    Vice-President – carries out the duties of the President in his/her absence. The vice-president will assume the
    position of president in the following year – this person will be able to work with the executive,
    will become familiar with ongoing projects and directives, and can learn the role of the
    president in order to move into this position.

    Treasurer – keeps the financial records of the club, including accounts and banking transactions. The
    treasurer provides financial statements as required. The treasurer usually submits applications
    for grants/gaming funds.

    Membership – collects membership forms and money, sends registration to CORA and CKBC, provides the
    Board of Directors and coaches with regularly updated membership information.

    Secretary - keeps and distributes minutes of directors’ meetings, deals with club correspondence.

    Outrigger Program – oversees outrigger programs, club outrigger races and is the liaison with other clubs.

    Youth Program – oversees the youth dragon boat and outrigger programs, promotions, and events.

    SUP Program – oversees the SUP program, promotion and scheduling, and certification of instructors.

    Maintenance – has the responsibility for organizing and arranging for maintenance of the clubhouse and club
    equipment.

    Safety - oversees that safety procedures are implemented during practices and races.

    Member at Large – helps the Board of Directors in a variety of capacities including Social Media.

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