MABAC – 2021 – AGM Cranleigh BandRoom

Sunday 21st November 2021 – 12pm

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This is the AGM of MABAC Cross Country League

All Runners & Club members in MABAC league are Invited Is it important to you what MABAC is doing ?

Did you know…Not only is MABAC providing Free Cross Country Races every month,

MABAC organises the CranLeigh 15 / 21 and Surrey Slog Half Marathon, it raises money for running based Charities or Local Charities.

Starting at 12 noon – Please bring a facemask and your own snacks and drinks

MABAC RUNNING LEAGUE

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AGENDA

CRANLEIGH BANDROOM Sunday 21st November 12 noon 2021

1) Apologies for Absence:-

2) summary of virtual AGM 2020

3) matters arising from the virtual AGM 2020

4) Chairman’s Report:- John Hogg

5) Secretary’s report:- Ken Saunders

6) Treasurer’s report:- Ollie Garrod

7) Covid report : – Lea Goddard

8) Timekeeper/ Result Secretary’s report:- Jenny Bell

9) Charity donations

10) Election of Officers.

11) MABAC League events 2022

12) Cranleigh 15/21 2022 proposal: – Brian Vine

13) Surrey Slog 2021 report and proposal 2022 – Ken Saunders

14) Any Other Business:-

The Meeting is open to ALL Members of the following clubs. 🙂

BVRBlackwater Valley Runners
CRCranleigh Runners
DMVDorking and Mole Valley Athletic Club
EOEpsom Oddballs
MAGICMatthew Arnold Gym Instruction Club
PPPyrford Puffers
RPACReigate Priory Athletic Club
RRRunnymede Runners
WHWaverley Harriers
WWWimbledon Windmilers

For more infomation please Click on one of the Clubs above.

MABAC RUNNING LEAGUE 2020

MINUTES OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – VIRTUAL MEETING in 2020


NOTES
(1) Route being revised to avoid High Street
(2) Volunteer for Covid Officer – Lee Goddard
(3) Suggested 2020 take as ‘dead year’ for term of office
(4) Requested Financial Plan to ensure viability of MABAC
(5) Lightwater MABAC league run planned for 19/09/2021
(6) A Covid Secure environment could more easily be achieved with the Slog. The Slog would be simpler to plan and have more flexibility.
Acknowledged that Cranleigh 15/21 has been important to MABAC’s reputation and finances- but are funds from it next year essential. It is
essential to return a realistic level of activity that we can manage. A lot of preparation for the Cranleigh 15/21 could not guarantee the event.