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Annual General Meeting, Olive Glen

13 November All day

You are cordially invited to the MCSA PW 2021 Annual General Meeting and year-end function on Saturday 13 November, at 15h00 at Olive Glen, Klein Drakenstein

(Please arrive at gate from 14h15-14h45).

This promises to be a great event as we have had an exciting year with many hiking adventures and events to talk about. The AGM will be followed by tea/coffee and refreshments; members are also welcome to camp over and have the opportunity to do some hikes on Sunday.

It is important that you familiarise yourself with the following documents (sent via email):
• 2021 AGM Agenda
• Minutes of the MCSAPW AGM: 14 NOV 2020
• Chairman’s Annual Report
• Financial report
• Resolutions
• Nomination forms for the 2022 committee
• Proxies
• Map (info) to Olive Glen

Nominations for the incoming committee can be submitted to secretary@pw.mcsa.org.za in advance or handed in before the AGM starts on the day.

We encourage all members to join us and use this opportunity to reconnect in a lovely outdoor setting, make new friends, and help steer the direction of our Section for 2022.

To reduce workload on volunteering committee members, please assist us with the following:

  1. The 2022 fees will be decided at the AGM, according to our Constitution. After the AGM, the treasurer will send an email with the new fees and payment info. Please add MCSA membership to your Christmas stocking and help us get fees in early for 2022!
  2. We’d appreciate some help in distributing stickers and journals. If you can help us, please email Kari at members@pw.mcsa.org.za.

The following hikes are planned for the weekend before and after the AGM:

Please RSVP directly to Avril Powrie (call 082 921 4325 or email (avril.powrie@gmail.com) to confirm your attendance and/or book camping.


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Avril Powrie

The club uses a grading system (given in brackets after the hike name) to make it easier for club members to communicate the difficultly of an outing. You can check out our Meets Grading page for details on how to use the grading system, or alternatively you can contact the meet leader directly if you are unsure of the difficulty of a meet.