Annual General Meeting 2015

Please note that the date has been changed for the Cranberry Community Hall Association AGM to SUNDAY, MARCH the 8. The agenda remains the same. 

Everyone is invited to the Cranberry Community Hall Association annual general meeting on

Sunday, March 8 @ 6:30 (doors open)

We’re excited to show off the latest improvements to the hall, including better exterior lighting, a spot-lit mural by Meghan Hildebrand, and a custom-built screen for projections! We’ve checked off a nice bucket list of actions in 2014 and we’ve got more to come in 2015. Our regular coffeehouse series, the last Sunday of the month, is booming and our technological assets are increasing. Want to know what’s up and coming for your favourite community hall? Join us for coffee or tea and a treat and talk with the directors.

Evening’s agenda starts @ 7:00 pm

Cranberry Community Hall Association

Agenda for the 2015 Annual General Meeting

1. Welcome & introductions

2. Review agenda

3. Review and adopt 2014 AGM minutes

4. Report from the Treasurer

5. Report from the Directors

 a. President’s report
b. 2014 events and hall use in review
c. Review action plan based on strategic priorities

7. Review hall rental policy

8. Election of directors

9. Adjourn

8:00 – 9:00 relaxation time

MEMBERSHIPS: All members in good standing will be able to vote in the election of directors. If your CranHall membership has lapsed, you’re welcome to pay the yearly $5 dues on that night.

ELECTIONS: The current Board consists of Brownie, Scott Ritter, Suzan Roos, Karen Skadsheim, Ann Trousdell and Sonia Zagwyn. If you think you might like to join the Board, please get in touch before the AGM.  We’d happy to answer any questions you may have about board membership.

**IMPORTANT NOTE**

Membership is a great way to show your support for an organization dedicated to preserving an affordable space for community arts and culture. At this AGM we will recommend updating our hall rental policy to make membership a prerequisite for renting the hall. If a potential renter does not have a membership, the $5 annual membership fee will be added to the hall rental cost.  

Now Accepting Local Currency!!

That’s right! The board of the Cranberry Community Hall Association has finalized our policy for accepting local currency. We are very pleased to announce that you can use up to 20% in Powell River Dollars towards your hall rental.

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You can also purchase Powell River dollars from the Cranberry Community Hall Association. Please email us at info@cranhall.org to arrange.