Dear Dunbar Community Centre Association Members,
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the members of the Dunbar Community Centre Association will be held at the Dunbar Community Centre at 4747 Dunbar Street, Vancouver, British Columbia at 7:00 pm on Wednesday the 25th of April, 2018, for the following purposes:
- To approve the report of the Directors to the members;
- To approve the financial statements of the Association for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2017;
- To re-appoint Tompkins, Wozny, Miller and Company, the auditors for the Association;
- To elect the slate of Directors for the next term of service;
- To vote on the following resolution:
That the Constitution and Bylaws of the DCCA be amended in the form provided here:
For the purposes of:
Allowing the election of directors as young as 16, provided that the majority of Directors are, at all times, 18 years of age or older;
a. Allowing the Board to pass written resolutions by simple majority vote rather than only unanimously;
b. Making certain amendments as required to conform to the new Societies Act;
c. Housekeeping changes; and
6. To transact such other business as may be properly brought before the meeting.
Dated at Vancouver, BC, this 30th day of March 2018.
By Order of the Board, Jonathan Weisman, Corporate Secretary.
WHAT TO DO? Your house shook violently, the carport collapsed, the waterline broke and your daughter is overnighting at a friend’s in Burnaby.
In conjunction with the Dunbar Community Centre Association AGM on 25 April 2018 there will be an opportunity for those in attendance to learn more about what Dunbar Earthquake Preparedness is doing to make the community more resilient in the face of an emergency.
The DCCA is pleased to use this opportunity to offer this information session. The program will include a twenty minute preparedness seminar plus some hands on experience with various Grab an Go kits. The DEEP committee recently received funding to develop the Dunbar Disaster Support Hub – a gathering place post-disaster where neighbours can help each other, sharing resources and information. The community is stronger for the work this group has done to make us better prepared. DEEP continues to lead a grass roots disaster preparedness campaign, engaging Dunbar residents and neighbouring communities.