News 2021

Title:  Mountaineering Ireland’s Annual General Meeting
Date:  19/03/2021

Mountaineering Ireland’s Annual General Meeting Monday 29th March 2021 at 7:00pm

 The Board gives notice that the Annual General Meeting of Mountaineering Ireland has been scheduled for Monday 29th March 2021 at 7:00pm.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the AGM will be held online via Zoom and Delegates will be required to register in advance.

Clubs with 100 full members or less are entitled to appoint two Delegates. All clubs with over 100 full members are entitled to appoint three Delegates, with an additional Delegate for every additional 50 full members, subject to a maximum of 12 Delegates.

For example:
35 full members = 2 Delegates
85 full members = 2 Delegates
105 full members = 3 Delegates
155 full members = 4 Delegates

Can all Club Secretaries please confirm the Delegates in advance of the AGM (include their name, email address and membership number) to info@mountaineering.ie by 5pm on Thursday 25th March 2021 and for individual members, please do likewise, as this will help to facilitate the registration process.

The meeting will be livestreamed on YouTube for all members to watch. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteaeDJAiGUfORG8CB8vuyQ

The Agenda of the AGM is as follows:

  1. Adoption of Standing Orders
  2. Adoption of Minutes of the 2020 AGM
  3. President’s Address
  4. Election to Full Membership of Aspirant Clubs
  5. Company Secretary’s Report
  6. Approval of Financial Statements for 2020
  7. Appointment of Auditor for 2021
  8. Statements regarding Safeguarding and Anti-Doping
  9. Motions - Proposed amendments (2) to the Constitution of Mountaineering Ireland
  10. Election to the Board of Mountaineering Ireland

The documentation for the AGM is available here. CLICK HERE

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