You’re invited to join us in celebrating another year of projects and initiatives connecting citizens to the stories of their city at the Edmonton Heritage Council’s 2018 Annual General Meeting.
Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: Edmonton City Hall (1 Sir Winston Churchill Square)
We’re excited to share highlights of the unique projects, collaborations, and conversations inspired by our city’s history in our first ever Pecha Kucka-style Heritage Slam. We’ll also provide an update on EHC initiatives and growth, offer some thoughts on opportunities in the year ahead, and current EHC members will have the opportunity to vote for a new 2018 Board of Directors.
The AGM is our opportunity to reflect on the incredible work underway to share Edmonton’s history and heritage over the past year, and to build momentum by making connections with members of the heritage community for the future.
5:30 pm – Social Gathering
6:00 pm – Welcoming Remarks and Heritage Slam presentations featuring 2017 HCIP projects
6:35 pm – Business Meeting
7:00 pm – Member Networking and Reception
REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE >> HERE
To access the full AGM package with agenda, 2017 minutes, audited financial statements, proxy form, and board candidate bios, click on this link >> EHC 2018 AGM Package, or download individual documents here:
- 2018 AGM Agenda (PDF)
- 2017 AGM Minutes (PDF)
- 2017 Audited Financial Statements (PDF)
- Delegate/Proxy Form (PDF)
- 2018 Board of Directors Candidate Bios (PDF)
- 2017 Annual Report (PDF)
Please note: a current EHC Membership is required in order to vote on AGM business. To purchase or renew your EHC Membership, you may do so online by visiting our membership page, by phoning our office at 780.429.0166 (ext 233), or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Memberships will be available for purchase at the AGM.
Your membership with the EHC is important is more than a once a year commitment: it shows you value Edmonton’s diverse history and heritage, support a wide range of projects and initiatives, and that you believe heritage is integral to community and civic life.
**Members attending on behalf of another member or as a representative of a member organization who wishes to vote in the Board of Directors election must bring a completed Proxy Form to the AGM**
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
- City Hall Parkade information and downtown E-Park options
- Access City Hall from the pedway at the Churchill LRT Station or by ETS bus.
- City Hall is fully wheelchair accessible
For more information about the Edmonton Heritage Council, please visit: edmontonheritage.ca