Apr 07, 2021 Sports
Kaieteur News – With the offer to make the Mackenzie Sports Club one of three multipurpose facilities in Guyana, the MSC Committee of Management will this Sunday April 10, hold a General Members Meeting at the Club’s Pavilion where its members are invited to attend from 4.00pm.
This meeting is being arranged to update those members about the current situation as it relates to membership since many since 2018 cannot be located because no records of their contact numbers and email or postal addresses can be found.
With this the MSC has listed all members from 2018 to now with the hope that they will make contact with the Club through Treasurer Ms. Kelly Quow, who can be contacted at her office at Thom’s Building either on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, or Saturdays during business hours to update themselves as financial members.
Those members can also contact either General Secretary Joseph Chapman on 621-1643 or Assistant secretary Treasurer Norris King on 699-0200 for further information.
Many members have expressed concerns about information or lack of information since the abrupt closure of the Club in March last year due to the OVID 19 pandemic restrictions and what plans are in place for reopening, even if it is for the purpose of exercising in the morning and afternoon.
Those members who are asked urgently to contact with these officials of the MSC are:- Carlsdale Arron, Deron Adam, Adena Alberts, Kirk Allicock, Raheem Angus, Emmanuel Atkins, Kemuel Batson, Andrew Barnwell, Aswatt Barrett, Seon Barrett, Samantha Benjamin, James Bobbsemple, Jacqueline Bourne, Bonita Bowen, Annalisa Barclay, Chantobra Bright, Mars Bristol, Michael Cameron, Joseph Chapman, Damion Charles, Oswald Charles, Jaha Copeland, Stanley Humphrey Collins, Dellon Crandon, Tracy Edwards, Dawn Fiedtkou, Damien Forrester, Jarred Fox, Tyrrell Fraser, Shaquille Fraser, Bradley Fredericks, Keane Fredericks, Una Garner, Mar Giddings, Mortimer Giddings, Samantha Goodluck, Dominic Gonsalves, Mark Goring, Kevin Glenn, Johnny Gravesande, Carlos Grant, Dellon Gray, Devon Gray, Renardo Green, Russell Green, Daniella Hackette, Keon Hall, Abdulla hamid, Tracy Hamilton, Susan Hamilton, Tevin Hercules, Grevan Hinds, Gregory Hinds, Dexter Harris, Cleon Haynes, Thierry Hunte, Cliffanna Hunter, Denisha Isaacs, Carl James, Outar James, Hanna Joseph, Malissa Joseph, Derron John, Desmond Johnson, Kellon Josiah, Shellon Josiah, Monthiel Johnson, Norris King, Charles Lamaro, Robert Langevine, Lindley Langhorne, Simonette Layne, Franklyn Lewis, Lex Lewis, Tyrese Lewis, Joseph London, Aubrey Major, Shekiel Mars, Tyric McAllister, Nelson McKinnon, Floyd Martindale, Tevin Maynard, Troy Nelson, Ronnell Newton, Chochex Ngondo, Kendrick Nicholas, Kenrick Noel, Albert Parkinson, Lawayne Parkinson, Ashmalli Parris, Renardo Paul, Ricardo Paul, Marlon Pearson, Kaidon Persaud, Orel peters, Kenisha Prescott, Kelly Quow, Marion Ramsammy, Wanda Richmond, Sonia Rugby, Troy Roberts, Megan Rogers, Orlan Rogers, Sue Rogers, Audwin Rutherford, Keith Semple, Keanna Smith, Kevin Stephens, Mekhi Sullivan, Josiah Tappin, Shawnette Tappin, Lester Thom, Carlotta Thompson, Rawle Toney, Jeffrey Trotman, Avery Trim, John Trim, Abigail Waithe, Javante Waldron, Coretta Walton, Jamal Webster and Victory Wright.
The release noted that this list may be subject to change, based upon credible evidence that confirms otherwise to the current records of the Mackenzie Sports Club’s ledger and records.
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