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21 November, 2020    
Virtual meeting

Click on NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for details including ZOOM connection link.

Meeting papers are now uploaded for the 2020 Annual General Meeting. Click on the items below and they will download to your computer. Open them from your downloads folder (or use the small downward pointing arrow near the top right of your screen).

Due to COVID-19, we will be holding a virtual AGM this year on ZOOM. Click here to access the ZOOM meeting details.

The Business of the Meeting is to

  1. To accept the Minutes of the 2019 AGM
  2. To accept the 2019/2020 Annual Report of the Association
  3. To accept the 2019/2020 audited Annual Financial Statements of the Association
  4. To appoint the Auditor for 2020/2021
  5. To elect the Board Members

Please follow this link to see synopses of current Board Members who are standing again. (Scroll down the page.)

Please follow this link to see synopses of proposed new Board Members.

Following the meeting there will be an interview with Dr Elizabeth McCusker, former Director of the Westmead Huntington’s Service.

This interview will be available from our website next week.

Phone: 02 9874 9777 or email: info@huntingtonsnsw.org.au for more information.

All welcome but we won’t be serving lunch this year.

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