The current Management Committee of the Mackenzie Sports Club has outlined plans for the staging of its Annual General Meeting and Elections for the Club as it seeks to regain its place as a properly constituted body in Linden.
The Club, which was initially owned by the Demerara Bauxite Company (DEMBA) was opened as a Members Club in 1956 and has become an institution for sports and recreational activities in the mining town for decades and its facilities are due for rehabilitation soon..
The Management Committee recently put in place a menu of measures which will also see the plans to increase its membership and improve on its image which has been sullied for varying reasons in the past.
As such on Wednesday at 17:00hrs or 5:00pm there will be a briefing to all its members on the plans to have its Annual General Meeting set for June this year.
After Wednesday’s planned Ordinary Members Meeting for Members who are financial and for those in arrears, it will be made known that they bring themselves up to date with their dues by the 3rd May.
Then there is planned, a Special General Members Meeting on June 16th to finalise plans with the financial Members to attend where it will outline the holding for its Annual General Meeting and elections on June 30th.
Meanwhile, based on the Rules of the MSC it was pointed out that on Tuesday at a Management Committee Meeting chaired by its president Avery Trim, it was unanimously decided that an amnesty period be placed for errant members as: “Those Members who have not paid their monthly dues, dating back to 2016 and beyond, will have to pay their dues from then 2016 to present,” to partake in the up-coming AGM.
Members are therefore asked to check on the Club’s Notice Board for information or with the Club’s Steward at its location 464 Greenheart Street, Mackenzie, Linden for further information on their current status or call 444-3233.
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