antidote will be holding our Annual General Meeting this Thursday, May
26th. The event will be open and welcome for all. Please circulate widely!
Apologies for the cross-posting.
antidote Annual General Meeting
Thursday, May 26th
2994 Douglas Street
6-8pm General Meeting and Elections
There will be nomination opennings for:
A nomination form and 2009 Description of Board Roles can be downloaded here.
For more information please contact:
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