Curling club to decide future at AGM

The Fort St. John Curling Club is moving forward with the decision process regarding the future of the club. Following the club's member survey which had more than 150 responses, the club executive met on May 27 to discuss the next steps. 

As a result, the Curling Club will hold its 2020 AGM in June, where decisions will be made for how the club can move forward. Only 50 people will be able to attend, so the executive asks that anyone interested fill out the attached form as soon as possible. Those unable to come in person will be able to view and participate in the meeting online on Facebook Live. People participating will be able to answer questions and participate in the discussion.

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"We are going to try to carry on forward with the club, and the focus of the meeting will be on the future of the club and we'll move forward wtih the decisions that are made there," said Curling Club President Connie Richter. 

The club recently welcomed two new members to the Board of Directors — Kenton Evenson and Mark Felix. An election will be held at the AGM for the positions of Secretary-Treasurer, and Director At Large. Nominations will be taken from the floor during the meeting.

Richter said the hiring process for a new general manager has begun as well. 

"We look forward to hearing from you and thanks again to those who took the time to fill out the membership survey," wrote the elective in an email to its members.

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca

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