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GENERAL MEETING

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  -  BRANCH 110

  October 16th, 2017

 

 

OPENING CEREMONIES:  Conducted by President D Duff at 1900 hrs.  We remembered our fallen comrades, notably those who have passed since our last General Meeting.  C Keip read off Steve Trent and David Rice.

 

ATTENDANCE:  D Duff, A Plume, T Carr, B Johnson, N Keip, M Raspberry, T Thomas, G Pratt, L Duff, G Meloche, M Holmes, C Keip, D McInroy, S Gaudreault.

 

GUESTS:  Zone Inspection Team, Zone Commander G Lloyd, Deputy Zone Commander W McKinnon and Zone Poppy Chair S Powell.

 

Motion to accept deviations by A Plume, seconded by M Holmes.                      CARRIED:  G2017102

 

Deviation:  President Duff and Membership Chair C Keip conducted a Welcoming Ceremony for new members and transfers-in.  These were Harold Cotton, Ronald Ferguson, Thomas Fry, Joseph Hillier, Mervin Patterson, Kenneth Smart and Steve Terefenko.

 

Deviation:  President Duff welcomed our guests from the Zone inspection committee.

 

MINUTES OF GENERAL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 18th, 2017:

 

T Carr pointed out that Financial Reports were not brought forth at the last General meeting, and so not recorded in the Minutes.  Motion by M Holmes to accept as submitted, seconded by B Bouchard.

CARRIED:  G2017103

 

MINUTES OF EXECUTIVE MEETING OF OCTOBER 2nd, 2017:

 

Motion by T Thomas to accept as submitted, seconded by C Keip.                     CARRIED:  G2017104

 

FINANCIAL REPORT:  T Carr provided summaries of the Finances through to the end of August – as missed at the last General Meeting.  He also provided a summary of Finances through to the end of September.  Motion to accept Finance reports, as read, by T Carr, seconded by M Raspberry.

CARRIED:  G2017105

 

CORRESPONDENCE:

 

There were three thank-you cards, several letters of thanks for recent and continuing financial support, bundles of information – local agencies and from the Military Service Recognition Book.  All information posted to the board in the lounge.

 

REQUESTS:

 

- a request from the Frankford Skating Club for financial support.  Due to not meeting the “charitable or not-for-profit agency” criteria.  Move to file by A Plume, seconded by G Trottman.

 

- a request from the Trenton Figure Skating Club for financial support.  Due to not meeting the “charitable or not-for-profit agency” criteria, move to file by A Plume, seconded by G Meloche.

- a request from the Sunshine Foundation of Canada for financial support.  Due to not being on the city approved list of charitable organizations, move  to file by G Trottman, seconded by G Meloche.

 

- a request from the Special Olympics of Ontario for financial support.  This donation would go outside of our region. Move to file by G Trottman, seconded by C Keip.

 

- a request from Diabetes Canada, for a “brick” project, for financial support.  This not a local affair, and perhaps better suited to individual action.  Move to file by A Plume, seconded by G Meloche.

 

Motion to accept correspondence and requests as presented made by N Keip, seconded by T Thomas.

CARRIED – G2017106

 

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES:

 

PRESIDENT REPORT:  President D Duff reported on various functions that he has attended since the last General meeting, including the dedication of Ad Astra stones in the Air Park of the National Air Force Museum of Canada and the recent F-2 Zone autumn convention.  He explained that the start-up of the Remembrance Day school competitions for posters, essays and poetry has begun - for which he asks for volunteers to assess the submissions late in this month.  There is always an on-going need for more than the common number of volunteers to assist with Branch functions of every sort.  He also reminded all that with the Poppy Campaign having begun, ALL Legion members are pledged to assist to the best of their ability.

 

Rules and Regulations:  Nothing to report.

 

Past President:  Nothing to report.

 

Leadership and Development:  Chair M Raspberry issued a reminder that, when dealing with concerns or business, the chain of command is the most effective route.  By-passing levels or side-stepping some only leads to confusion.  If you are uncertain who to deal with, ask someone higher or more experienced with the Executive.

 

Volunteers are the core of all of our programs and services.  The number of members that are always at the ready deserve recognition – please consider nominating them for an award of recognition.  Nomination forms are in the office.

 

Related to the matter of volunteers, these people are needed for monitoring doors at dances, operating 50/50 draws, assisting with meat draws.  It is unfair that the same people give their time every time – please give us a little of your time too.

 

Branch 110 was specifically noted at the F-2 Zone convention by the Commander – for always sending an impressive contingent of attendees.

 

 

Youth Education:  At the last General meeting, M Raspberry had pleaded for a volunteer to take on this important role.  Having none, a special meeting of the senior Executive was convened.  He volunteered to initiate the Remembrance Poster and Literary competition, with the assistance of our Secretary.  The schools have been contacted and information was provided in-person.  There is a need for judges of all categories and products, a challenge that can be time consuming.

 

There is still a need for a full-time Youth Education co-ordinator.  All volunteers are welcome to step forward, and will have a number of experienced members to mentor them.

 

Inter-Service Club:  Chair M Raspberry being unavailable to attend the monthly meeting, V Buziak attended in his place.  There was nothing to report.

 

Poppy Fund:  Chair A Plume reports that the Poppy Campaign was begun some weeks ago, seeking people to attend locations and distribute poppies for donations.  There are still a number of time slots open, and it is a pledged duty of all Legion members.

 

The annual report was submitted up the Command levels and accepted.

 

There will be a Remembrance Dinner this year, on November 4th.  The cost per person is $15, there is accommodation for 80 people, and signing up is to be done through the office.

 

Service Officer:  Chair A Plume reports that 80 rides have been provided for veterans to meet medical needs, about $15,000 has been granted to veterans for individual needs, and Mr Plume will be meeting with the 8 Wing Veteran’s Assistance Officer to establish a permanent co-operation.

 

Cadet Liaison:   Chair A Plume reports that contact has been made with all three cadet squadrons in our area.

 

Catch the ACE:  Chair A Plume reports that the game is going well with 4,808 ticket sales to-date.

 

Ladies Auxiliary Liaison:  Chair T Carr reports that the ladies continue to be very busy.  They have approved a donation of $6,000 to the Branch, a $500 donation to the Poppy Fund. They have also agreed to provide lunch at the Branch on Remembrance Day.

 

Sick & Visiting:  Chair T Carr reports that the program is working well, how-ever he does require people to let him know when someone is ill or injured.  Through September and the early part of October, there have been cards sent, including 6 for Get Well, 6 for Sympathy, 2 for Thinking of You, 1 delivery of flowers and 1 fruit basket.

 

Shut In’s:  Chair T Carr is seeking help with organizing the Shut In Christmas Party.

 

Track & Field:  Chair T Carr attended the District F Council in September, as the Track and Field chair.  He reported that the Meets were all conducted with excellent results again this year.  Unfortunately, there will be no Legion Indoor Meet in 2018 or the foreseeable future for a number of valid and logistical reasons.

 

Bar:  No report

 

Historian:  No report

 

Sergeant At Arms:  Sgt-at-Arms G Pratt reported that the Colour Party has been very active through the summer and autumn, attending: Canada Day celebrations, Warrior’s Day at the CNE, the Trenton Scottish Irish Festival, commemoration of the Battle of Britain, a flag stop of the Invictus Games tour at the Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial, Legion week affairs, the F-2 Zone Drumhead in Lindsay, ON and most recently – the F-2 Zone convention in Colborne.  Plans are underway for many upcoming Remembrance Day ceremonies and affairs at local schools, churches and retirement homes.

 

He took a moment to express sincere appreciation of the dedication and professionalism of the entire Colour Party.

 

House:  No report

 

Membership:  Chair C Keip reports that to-date, the Branch has 1,106 members in good standing, and also that 228 have paid their 2018 dues.  The Early Bird membership draw began with August and 3 names were drawn for September:  Donald Ferguson, Colleen Dafoe and Judy Ryan.  All early payments remain in the ‘pot’ for future draws.  There were no transfers out, how-ever we have transfers in:  William Breakey (Ord, police, Cobourg), Paul Clark (Ord, Angus), David Richardson (Ord, Peterborough) and Leonard Wellwood (Assc, Belleville).  There are still two new members not met, Rick Kanaar (Ord) and Monique Kanaar (Assc).

 

The new plastic membership cards are expected to last 5 years each.  The years of service notated on them is not incorrect – the previous paper ones granted a year of service immediately on joining.  Renewal stickers for the back will begin for 2019 renewals.  If you lose or damage the plastic card, there is a $3 replacement cost.

 

Honours and Awards:  Chair C Keip reports that the foundation of the committee has met for the first time, to begin organizing this event.  There have been many conflicts with finding a suitable date, but at the moment – it stands as April 22nd, 2018, from 14:00 to 16:00.

 

Bursary:  Chair C Keip reports that there has been one application so far.

 

Entertainment and Special Events:  Chair L Duff reports that Legion Week was a success, with good turnout at all affairs.  There has also been a bus tour of 4 local wineries – which included lunch at the Wellington Legion.  A fine time was had by all.  Details are being finalized for the Hallowe’en Dance and an Ugly Christmas Clothing Dance – both with entertainment by “The Reasons”.  New Year’s Eve is also in progress.

 

Public Relations and Web-Site:  Chair M Holmes reported that new photos of Legion week (the opening day and the Veteran’s Dinner) are posted on the website.  He is pleased with ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ across the social media.  The Event Calendar is being updated, and if anyone has anything to add – please do by leaving your submissions with the office staff.

 

Cenotaphs:  Nothing to report

 

Decoration of Graves:  Nothing to report

 

Parade Marshall:  Parade Marshall T Thomas is awaiting details and clarifications of Remembrance Day services.

 

Sports:  Chair D McInroy had no report

 

Deviation:  President Duff provided a brief description of the concept of members or others “sponsoring” a dart board for a one-year period.  The idea is that for a donation of $100, a board will be maintained or replaced as needed, supplementary supplies provided, and the sponsor’s name will be clearly placed on the dartboard enclosure for that year.

 

Ways and Means:  Chair G Meloche reports that all is going well, and support of the meat draws is improving as the season progresses.

 

Club 60 Seniors:  Chair S Gaudreault reports that the season began September 7th, Thursday afternoons are various games, and their anniversary lunch will be October 19th.

 

Motion to accept individual reports was made by each presenter, seconded collectively by M Raspberry.

CARRIED: G2017107

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  None raised

 

GENERAL or NEW BUSINESS: 

 

- having been raised at an earlier meeting, a Motion was made by G Trottman, seconded by D Oursin to provide $250 from Raffles and Nevada to the Victims of Violence, for child ID Kits.

CARRIED:  G2017108

 

- Motion made by C Keip, seconded by G Trottman, that the Branch put forward the names of 3 deserving members for the Life Membership Award.                                    CARRIED:  G2017109

 

- Motion made by C Keip, seconded by G Trottman, that up to $3,000 from General funds be allocated to meet all costs involved in a 2018 Honours & Awards presentation.          CARRIED:  G2017110

 

- M Raspberry described the categories and age groups of the Remembrance Poster and Literary contest.  Motion made by M Raspberry, seconded by A Plume, that $1,000 be allocated from the Poppy Fund to cover the costs of prizes and awards.                                                                               CARRIED:  G2107111

 

- A Plume brought the Poppy Campaign sign-up board to this meeting, seeking volunteers.  He also suggests displaying it upstairs during Dart League evenings.  All agreed this was a good idea.

 

- Motion made by G Pratt, seconded by G Johnson, that $500 be donated to St George’s Church from the Poppy Fund, for their hosting of the Remembrance service on November 5th.

CARRIED:  G2017112

 

- Motion made by L Duff, seconded by M Raspberry, that $750 be donated to the Victorian Order of Nurses from the Raffles funds, as they operate the Trivia Night for us.                CARRIED:  G2017113

 

- Motion made by T Carr, seconded by B Johnson, that an amount up to $2,200 be allocated from the Raffles Fund to cover expenses of a Shut In Christmas Party.                               CARRIED:  G2017114

 

- Motion presented by B Johnson, seconded by S Lyford, that $300 be used from the Raffles and Nevada funds to allow the Bulk Barn to provide candy for the Trenton Boo-Fest.

CARRIED:  G2017115

 

- Motion made by A Plume, seconded by M Raspberry, that a sum of $5,351.50 be moved from Raffles and Nevada to the the Poppy Fund, to assist two veterans in distress.             CARRIED:  G2017116

 

- Motion made by A Plume, seconded by C Keip, that $500 from the Raffles fund be given to the St John Ambulance staff who will attend to any emergency needs during the entire time of the Remembrance Cenotaph Vigil and services.                                                         CARRIED:  G2017117

 

- Motion made by A Plume, seconded by L Rankin, that $500 be donated, from the Raffles fund, to the Royal Canadian Air Cadets to thank them for their assistance with the Remembrance Cenotaph Candle Light Vigil.                                                                                                                    CARRIED:  G2017118

 

- guest Zone Commander G Lloyd took to the podium.  Today was the annual Zone inspection of Branch operations.  Our office manager had every book, file and ledger ready for them and all was found to be in perfect order.  He had made notes during this meeting, and a detail that was a bit lacking proved to be corrected as we progressed – and so he amended his report.  From the inspection team’s financial studying of our “books”, and knowing that the Ontario minimum wage will rise again as of the new year, he encourages that this Branch look at increasing sales and services prices to keep up.  There could be a change of as little as $24,000 or as much as $45,000 in 2018 alone in operating costs.  A study of Minutes and Motion books was all clear and concise and very much to their liking.

 

- guest Deputy Zone Commander W McKinnon spoke briefly.  Tonight and the day before, he was very impressed by our Colour Party – crisp and sharp, even during a complete power failure at the end of the Zone convention.  His comments to the Executive, including new persons, was a ‘very well done’.

 

- guest Zone Poppy Chair S Powell spoke briefly, commending our membership and Colour Party.  He appreciates any assistance that the membership can provide our Poppy Chair, and encourages all people present to nudge those absent to also become involved in the Poppy Campaign.  He congratulates Branch 110 for attendance at all parades and seminars, without whom the affairs would be sparse.

 

- Membership Chair C Keip held a small raffle for attendance draws, where 3 gifts were given.  These went to D Ferguson, M McClafferty and W Garbish.

 

MOTION TO ADJOURN:  Moved by V Buziak, seconded by A Plume, that this meeting be adjourned.                                                                                                                    CARRIED:  G2017119

 

Meeting was adjourned with Closing Ceremonies conducted by President D Duff at 20:27 hrs.

 

 

 

__________________________                                            _________________________

                                   President                                                                                                              Secretary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Motions

General Meeting – October 16th, 2017

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by M Holmes, to accept meeting deviations.        CARRIED:  G2017102

 

Moved by M Holmes, seconded by B Bouchard, that the General Meeting minutes of September 18th, 2017 be accepted.                                                                                                     CARRIED:  G2017103

 

Moved by T Thomas, seconded by C Keip, that the Executive Meeting minutes of October 2nd, 2017 be accepted.                                                                                                                 CARRIED:  G2017104

 

Moved by T Carr, seconded by M Raspberry, that the Financial Reports of September and October be accepted as presented.                                                                                            CARRIED:  G2017105

 

Moved by N Keip, seconded by T Thomas, to accept Correspondence and Requests as presented.

CARRIED:  G2107106

 

Seconded by M Raspberry that Committee reports be accepted as presented.       CARRIED:  G2017107

 

Moved by G Trottman, seconded by D Oursin, to provide $250 from Raffles and Nevada for Child ID Kits.                                                                                                                                CARRIED:  G2017108

 

Moved by C Keip, seconded by G Trottman, to have the Branch provide 3 nominees for Life Membership Award.                                                                                            CARRIED:  G2017109

 

Moved by C Keip, seconded by G Trottman, to provide up to $3,000 from General funds to cover costs of a 2018 Honours & Awards ceremony.                                                          CARRIED:  G2017110

 

Moved by M Raspberry, seconded by A Plume, to provide $1,000 from the Poppy Fund for prizes and awards for the Remembrance Poster and Literary contests.                                   CARRIED:  G2017111

 

Moved by G Pratt, seconded by G Johnson, from the Poppy fund to St George’s Church for hosting a Remebrance service on November 5th.                                                                   CARRIED:  G2017112

 

Moved by L Duff, seconded by M Raspberry, to provide $750 from the Raffles fund, to the VON for Trivia Night services.                                                                                                         CARRIED:  G2017113

 

Moved by T Carr, seconded by B Johnson, to that up to $2,200 be allocated from the Raffles funds to cover expenses of a Shut In Christmas Dinner.                                                    CARRIED:  G2017114

 

Moved by G Johnson, seconded by S Lyford, to pay $300 from Raffles and Nevada, to the Bulk Barn to provide candy to the Trenton Boo-Fest.                                                                 CARRIED:  G2017115

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by M Raspberry, to transfer a sum of $5,351.50 from Raffles and Nevada to the Poppy fund to meet distress needs of two veterans.                                   CARRIED:  G2017116

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by C Keip, to donate $500 from the Raffles fund to St John Ambulance for services during the Remembrance vigil and service period.                      CARRIED:  G2017117

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by L Rankin, that $500 be donated from the Raffles fund to the RCACadets for service during Remembrance vigil.                                                CARRIED:  G2017118

 

Moved by V Buziak, seconded by A Plume, that this meeting be adjourned.       CARRIED:  G2017119



EXECUTIVE MEETING

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  -  BRANCH 110

November 6th, 2017

 


 

 

OPENING CEREMONIES:  Conducted by President D. Duff at 18:56 hrs.  We remembered our fallen comrades.

 

ATTENDANCE:  Present – D Duff, A Plume, T Carr, B Johnson, M Raspberry, N Keip, G Pratt, L Duff, G Meloche, G Lowe, M Holmes, S Gaudreault

 

Motion for deviation by M Holmes, seconded by M Raspberry                                        CARRIED:  E2017052

 

MINUTES OF GENERAL MEETING OF OCTOBER 16TH, 2017

 

The Minutes were reviewed.  Moved by A Plume, seconded by T Carr, that these Minutes be adopted as submitted.                                                                                                                                       CARRIED:  E2017053

 

There was no business arising from these recent Minutes.

 

CORRESPONDENCE:

 

There were two items currently of interest:  a letter from the City of Quinte West that approved support of affairs in town relating to Remembrance Day, and a letter from the Prime Minister of Canada to all Legions which acknowledged what the Legions do to recognize Remembrance Day.

 

REQUESTS:

 

There were no requests that required immediate attention.

 

REPORTS:

 

Leadership & Development:  Please remember to observe the Chain of Command when feasible.  And if a Chair of a committee falls under you, please try to help them when they need guidance or assistance.

 

Youth Education:  The Remembrance Day poster and literary competition has brought in over 300 submissions.  These have been sorted and assessed, the top 3 of each age group and category being on display in the Branch now.  One dart league has offered to gift the submitter of one item, another has received and offer for a cash purchase.  Discussion settled with giving the interested parties the option of contacting the creators after the competition has run its course.

 

Inter-Service Club:  Plans have begun for a “Canada 151” celebration and volunteers are welcome in all ways.

 

Poppy Fund:  To this point, Poppy distribution has garnered over $22,600 in donations.  The cadets of all three leagues have been an immense help, often with at least 3 people at each major business in town.

 

Service Office:  No report at this time.

 

Catch the Ace:  Sales are going well.  How-ever, on a recent occasion, a submitted complaint caused representatives of the local Gaming Commission to arrive for a “spot inspection”.  All procedures and books were inspected and every aspect was found to be entirely in order.

 

Ladies Auxiliary Liaison:  Their meeting was happening concurrent with this Executive meeting, and to this point, there was nothing to report.

 

Sick and Visiting:  All seems to be working well, but there is always a need for people to advise the team if someone has a concern, injury or illness.

 

Track and Field:  With the assistance of M Raspberry, planning of the coming year events is well underway.  It seems that as many as 4 more competitors per competition (and 1 more coach) per Ontario level challenge will move forward for 2017/2018.

 

Bar:  In conjunction with the Bar manager, minor issues are met as needed.

 

Historian:  One ‘model’ in the History Room was found to be damaged and has since been repaired.

 

Sgt at Arms:  Timings and arrangements for Remembrance Day affairs are sorted out.

 

Membership:  The present count of members in good standing is close to 1,100 – with over 300 already renewed for 2018.

 

Honours & Awards, and Bursary:  Nothing to report.

 

Entertainment and Special Events:  New Year’s Eve tickets go on sale November 14th, music by the Shadowz and a full roast beef dinner.  November 11th will have The Reasons for entertainment after parade events.

 

Public Relations, Media and Web-site:  Nothing to report.

 

Ways and Means:  All is going well.

 

Club 60 Seniors:  Weekly events going well.

 

House:  Very short notice was given by the supplier of upstairs blinds, they would charge a large extra fee to remove the old items.  Enough Branch members will assist and deal with removals.

 

Rules and Regulations:  Nothing to report.

 

The President had a comment to the effect that all Branch members, and especially Executive Committee members, must be seen to be helpful, courteous and polite.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:   There was no unfinished business to attend to.

 

GENERAL or NEW BUSINESS:

 

B Johnson brought forth comments made by the recent Zone inspection team, primarily that a rising “minimum wage” across Ontario in the New Year will impact on Branch funds and operations.  With these concerns in mind, senior Executive members have done research of costing and comparable services of other local Service organizations.  Three key areas were looked at:  pricing of bar products, fees for Branch space rentals and operation hours of the bar – with an eye to making more efficient use of hours paid to staff.  Considered discussion ensued with the following results:

 

- very minor increases to the sale price of 6 of the 18 categories of bar stock items will be put into effect as of January 2nd, 2018.  Motion to accept the suggested prices and date made by B Johnson, seconded by A Plume.

CARRIED:  E2017054

 

- bar operation hours will be adjusted, and posted, for effect as of January 2nd, 2018.  Motion to accept these minor changes made by B Johnson, seconded by A Plume.                                              CARRIED:  E2017055

 

- amendments to the rental rates were found to be not quite balanced, and the motion was tabled until further research and discussion can resolve matters.

 

Next new business raised is the traditional Christmas bonuses given to all paid staff.  The amounts given in previous years to staff who keep the Branch a successful affair were discussed.  Motion made by M Raspberry, seconded by G Meloche, to again provide bonuses at the same rates as 2016.                CARRIED:  E2017056

 

B Johnson mentioned that there are new bar staff in recent times, and making these people familiar with needs and house rules isn’t entirely consistent.  The bar manager will create a Bar Procedures Manual for all staff to read and sign.

 

T Carr brought forth the Christmas “Shut In” party that is scheduled for December 12th, 2017, from noon until 14:00 hours.  It is encouraged that any Executive members assisting be in uniform for this event.

 

M Raspberry raised the matter of the annual New Year’s Day Levee.  Moose Milk will be prepared as usual, with B Johnson and  S Gaudreault agreeing to serve it.  It is encouraged that any attending Executive Committee members be in full uniform.

 

M Raspberry raised an issue, the matter of sport leagues being financially assisted with attendance at inter-Branch competitions.  Branch By-Laws decree that such teams must earn ‘points’ to qualify for assistance – points earned by service to the Branch.  Assisting with the Poppy Drive, affairs in house, service at Veteran specific affairs, all count as points.  This principle should be upheld, perhaps with the Sport Officer keeping a tally of teams and leagues who meet the criteria.

 

A Plume spoke of the great assistance that ALL Cadet leagues have provided us during the Poppy Fund Drive.  A previous financial motion was approved, a $500 donation to the Tiger Squadron, for their annual assistance.  This season, the help of all 3 cadet leagues was phenomenal.  And so:

 

- Motion by A Plume, seconded by T Carr, that a donation of $500 also be given to 704 RCAC Sqn.

CARRIED:  E2017057

 

- Motion by A Plume, seconded by B Johnson, that a donation of $500 be given to the RCSCC 79 Trent (Navy cadets).                                                                                                                                 CARRIED:  E2017058

 

Meeting was adjourned with Closing Ceremonies conducted by President D Duff at 20:50 hrs.

 

 

 

__________________________                                            _________________________

                                          President                                                                                                           Secretary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Motions

Executive Meeting – November 6th, 2017

 

Moved by M Holmes, seconded by M Raspberry, to accept meeting deviations.              CARRIED:  E2017052

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by T Carr, that the General Meeting minutes of October 16th, 2017 be accepted.

CARRIED:  E2017053

 

Moved by M Raspberry, seconded by A Plume, that suggested bar product price adjustments be accepted as presented.                                                                                                                             CARRIED:  E2017054

 

Moved by B Johnson, seconded by A Plume, that suggested house operation hours be amended as discussed.

CARRIED:  E2017055

 

Moved by M Raspberry, seconded by G Meloche, that Christmas bonus rates of 2016 again apply for 2017.

CARRIED:  E2017056

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by T Carr, that a donation of $500 be given to 704 RCAC Sqn, from the Poppy Fund, to show appreciation for their assistance during our 2017 Poppy Drive.                  CARRIED:  E2017057

 

Moved by A Plume, seconded by B Johnson, that a donation of $500 be given to the RCSCC 79 Trent (Navy cadets), from the Poppy Fund, to show appreciation for their assistance during our 2017 Poppy Drive.

CARRIED:  E2017058

 

 

 

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