President up for election at minor hockey AGM

One president, two vice presidents, a secretary and treasurer highlight the positions available at CMHA's mid-May AGM.

Tonight (Friday) is the deadline to make nominations for the 2015 Chilliwack Minor Hockey executive.

Eleven of 15 positions are open heading into the May 13 Annual General Meeting.

The AGM will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Fraser Room at the Twin Rinks arena.

Positions with two-year terms include president, first vice president, treasurer, director at large for the rep program and two divisional directors.

Positions with one-year terms include second vice president, secretary, director at large for the female program, public relations director and one divisional director.

Running for any of these positions requires one CMHA member to make a nomination and two other CMHA members to second it.

Nominations can be done by email.

CMHA needs an email string that includes one person saying, ‘I nominate Jane Smith to stand for the position of “name position.’

Two people must reply, ‘I second Jane Smith to stand for ‘name position.’

Emails are then forwarded to CMHA past president David Soltys at pp@chilliwackminorhockey.com.  Nominators can also call him at 604-825-8617.

See cmha.goalline.ca

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