|2016 PSRG Annual Meeting|
Sunday, January 24th 1PM-4PM
at the Seattle EOC
(Everybody's invited -- photo-ID required -- Entrance on 5th Ave S)
Greetings from the PSRG Board of Directors -
This email serves as your formal notice of the
2016 General Membership Meeting,
to be held on Sunday, January 24,
at the Seattle Emergency Operations Center,
105 Fifth Avenue South
We will begin with a “social hour” at 13:00;
the meeting proper will begin at 14:00.
The preliminary agenda includes:
(1) Elections of Board of Directors:
President, Secretary/Treasurer, and Position #2.
(These seats are currently held by Joel KD7QKK, Glenn K7GLE, and Cory NQ1E.)
These positions are open to all members – though they must consent to being nominated. Self-nominations are also allowed.
(2) Request for membership approval of two Board-proposed changes to two elements
of the By-Laws – available to view at www.psrg.org/changes
[_] Article IX, “General Membership Meetings,” Section 5, “Quorums”
[_] Article XII, “Dissolution,” Section 2, “Disposal of Possessions”
(3) The Feature Presentation by the University of Washington’s Seismology & Tectonics Group
As always, the Board will provide snacks and beverages.
We hope to see you there!
Glenn K7GLE(for the PSRG Board of Directors)
2016 PSRG Annual Meeting will be held at the Seattle EOC
Sunday January 24th from 1 to 4 PM
There will be finger food and refreshments.
PSRG’s annual membership meeting will be held on Sunday, January 24th, 2016 from 1pm to 4pm at the Seattle EOC (downtown Seattle, map). The annual meeting has important bylaws changes needing membership approval to support our plans to become a 501c3 non-profit organization, and we need to have as many members present as possible to ensure we have quorum. We also have elections for several board positions as in previous years. After the business meeting, we will have a presentation from Bill Steele from the University of Washington, Northwest Seismic Network who will be speaking on earthquakes, earthquake preparedness and the technology they use for collecting seismic data to support their research.
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