You are invited to join us at our Annual General Meeting on Friday 2nd November to be held at Castle Douglas Community Centre, Cotton Street, Castle Douglas, DG7 1AJ.
The meeting itself will commence at 12noon with registration from 11.30am. A light buffet lunch* will be served during which you can network with our staff, our chief executive, Norma Austin Hart and other third sector organisations.
Our guest speaker this year is Paul Reddish, chief executive of Project Scotland. Paul will be speaking on the Generation Gap. Paul has led Project Scotland since 2012 after a career in the private sector. He now has his dream job: ‘helping young people get on in life through volunteering’.
- Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on 7th November 2017
- Trustees’ Report
- Annual Accounts and Financial Statements
- Confirmation of Election of Charity Trustees
- Break for light buffet lunch*
- Guest speaker
*Please note that if you have special dietary requirements, please let us know and we shall try our best to accommodate you.
To book your place at our AGM, please click he following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/third-sector-dumfries-and-galloway-annual-general-meeting-tickets-51462826700
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