CMS Ireland AGM 2012

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CMS Ireland is to hold its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 28th April at 2:30pm, in Howth Parish Halls, County Dublin.

This is an important date in the Society’s calendar, offering members a chance to enjoy fellowship together, to hear news, stories and reports from the past year and to look forward to the year ahead.

As part of the programme, CMS Ireland’s Mission Director, Ronnie Briggs, will share some highlights from the work of the Society and our Global Partners. Clifford McSpadden, the Chair of the Board of Trustees, will offer some of his own reflections as President of the Society and the Audited Accounts for 2010-2011 will also be presented at the meeting.

The AGM will also include a process of voting new Trustees to the Board, with up to nine Trustees to be elected on this occasion. If you are a member of CMS Ireland, you can nominate potential Trustees (up to the 6th April) and can vote at the AGM itself, or by proxy. More information on the processes of nomination and election can be found by contacting Jenny Christie (Administration Coordinator) in our Belfast office. Jenny can also send you the AGM papers by e-mail or post.

CMS Ireland is a member organisation – made up of members, led by members. The AGM represents an important opportunity to play your part. You can make a significant contribution to the Society through your presence, through your listening, through your questions, through your voting…or even, through your willingness to serve as a Trustee on our Board.

The AGM begins at 2:30pm, with tea and coffee available from 2pm.

To download a copy of the signed Annual Accounts for 2010-11, click here.

Paper copies of the Accounts are also available for inspection at our offices. If you would like to receive a paper copy by post, please send a SAE to either of our offices with the appropriate postage for a large letter.

The 2012 Membership Update Form is available as an online survey. We would encourage all existing members, or any new members, to complete this form.

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