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Taree Motorcycle Club 2019 Annual General Meeting – Election of Committee

Posted on March 14, 2019 by Administrator

Taree Motorcycle Club will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday 25th March 2019.

The AGM will be held at the Taree West Bowling Club (116 Edinburgh Drive, Taree) and will commence at 7:00pm.

All committee positions will be declared vacant at the meeting and an election will take place to form the 2019-2020 committee of seven (7) persons.

As per Clause 14(1) of the Taree Motorcycle Club Incorporated Constitution (under the Association Incorporation Act 2009), adopted by the Club and registered with the Department of Fair Trading in February 2016, the committee is to consist of:
* President
* Vice President
* Treasurer
* Secretary
* three (3) ordinary committee members.

Download the nomination form for the Taree Motorcycle Club 2019 Committee here. [ TMCC nomination form ]

The nomination form is to be completed and, as per Clause 15(1)(a) of the Club’s Constitution, signed by two (2) Club members and the candidate and, as per Clause 15(1)(b), returned to the TMCC Secretary at least seven (7) days prior to the date of the AGM.

Nominations can be
emailed to [email protected]
posted to Taree Motorcycle Club, PO Box 394, Taree NSW 2430

With regard to the role of a sports’ club committee, ‘Sports Community’ details that “a club committee is the group of people, elected according to the rules or constitution of the club, to run the club on behalf of the members to achieve the goals and objectives of the club”. ‘Sports Community’ also notes that the Australian Institute of Company Directors state that “to be effective, a board needs the right group of people, with an appropriate mix of skills, knowledge and experience ………. that fits with the organisation’s objectives and strategic goals.”

The NSW Office of Sport, with regard to Boards and Committees, notes that “The board should comprise of people with an appropriate range of skills that align with the clubs current and future business” and that “Generally they should have the ability to think laterally, have good communication skills, be financially literate, be able to understand and relate to stakeholders, be ethical, honest and trustworthy and be a team player”.

We look forward to seeing as many TMCC members as possible at the meeting on the 25th to exercise your right to play a part in choosing your Club’s next committee.


Barry Evans
TMCC Secretary