Fencing Central and Mid-South Annual General Meetings held.
Fencing Central AGM – new executive elected: Ken Claridge President; Jeremy Peters (Secretary); Peter Kim Treasurer
Fencing Mid South AGM- executive re-elected unopposed: Keith Mann( President), Carville Stewart (Secretary) Geoff Low (treasurer)
“One area continues to be weak and we must find ways and means to attract adults to join the sport and provide both men and women with programmes suitable for their introduction and development,” Keith Mann said.
Mr Mann also congratulated the many initiatives from last year which increased fencing activity and made special mention of Canterbury’s new “School League” (meets on Friday evenings at the Fencing Institute, Jack Hinton Drive), the founding of the Sabre Club (same venue Wednesday evenings) and the well supported and well run Under 13 competition and training week-end in December.
Mr Keith Mann (President) reported that in up dating the accounts the true position of Fencing Mid-South(Canterbury region) shows an operating loss and a capital reduction. “It is vital that all fencers contribute to the running costs of clubs, Council and National Association by paying the fees that have been set,” he said and “well done to the Clubs that have taken action to establish and put into effect a clear fee structure.”
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