HUISA would like to give notice of their AGM. The meeting will take place at the Richmond Place Club on Monday 4th August 2014 commencing at 7.30. All members are urged to attend. We would usually have the meeting on the day of our first home game but as this is in doubt, and with lots of things to discuss, and with the potential of people boycotting the games, we felt that the AGM would be better served during the week.
As some members know, Dave White, who has been standing in as secretary for the last few months, will be standing down from the HUISA committee completely at the AGM, meaning HUISA will require a new secretary/membership administrator.
At this weeks committee meeting, the HUISA committee discussed and read through the replies received so far.
HUISA chairman Keith Dodd also tendered his resignation from the HUISA committee, again with effect from the AGM.
These two important roles will need to be filled in order for HUISA to carry on in its current role. Therefore, any member wishing to stand for election to the committee/officer role, need to notify HUISA prior to the AGM. Nominations may be submitted by contacting HUISA at PO Box 1999, Hereford, HR2 7WA, or by e-mail to email@example.com, stating their name, a proposer and a seconder and who MUST be current HUISA members.
At this time, Dave White, would like to take the opportunity to thank the HUISA chairman, officers and members, past to present day, for their support. Being involved in one way or another with HUFC for over half of my life, I feel that new blood is needed, with some fresh impetus. There have ben many happy times and some awful lows, but in that time I have met some great people who will always remain close to my heart and lifelong friends.
Once again, a big thanks to you all and keep the faith.
UPDATE Members views are still coming in, as some members have had to be sent letters asking for their views, HUISA have decided that Friday 11th July will be the cut-off point for collation purposes. We will, on Saturday, announce the general view from our received replies. At this moment, it would appear that our members views are broadly in line with the result of the vote carried out by HUST.