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AGM Agenda Reports and Accounts

August 14th, 2011

The Annual General Meeting of the members of Chess Scotland will be held on Saturday 27 August 2011 in Room 2, Adelphi Centre, 12 Commercial Road, Glasgow, G5 0PQ starting at 12:00 – ending no later than 17:00.

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Candidates
Annual Report
Accounts
Auditors Report

The business of the Annual General Meeting will be:

1. To receive the Annual Report of Chess Scotland, incorporating a Statement of Account for the financial year to April 30 2011 certified by the Auditor.

2. To elect a President, Honorary President and Directors from the Individual members willing to serve.

3. To elect holders of other specified posts, e.g. FIDE delegate.

4. To appoint an Auditor.

5. To consider matters raised by members.

Nominations for elections must be received by the Executive Director in writing (including e-mail) at least three weeks before the meeting (i.e. not later than Saturday 6 August 2011), and must be proposed and seconded by members, and confirm the consent of the nominee to serve.

Any proposals for consideration at the AGM must be received by the Executive Director in writing (including e-mail) at least three weeks before the meeting, and must be proposed and seconded by members.

The Executive Director will publish all nominations for elections and proposals for consideration at least two weeks before the meeting (i.e. not later than Saturday 13 August 2011).

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