EHC members are invited to celebrate an extraordinary year of Edmonton heritage
Throughout this extraordinary year, the individuals and organizations at the heart of our sector have continued to produce extraordinary work. With the safe celebration of the heritage community’s accomplishments in mind, EHC will hold its 2020 Annual General Meeting online on Wednesday, September 23, 6:00 PM.
In addition to the election of Directors and appointment of auditors, EHC will present on work within the community, the organization, and EHC programs. The evening will also feature a guest presentation from multi-disciplinary artist, filmmaker, and Indigenous People’s interpreter Amber Paquette, Edmonton’s Historian Laureate.
Reminder: a current EHC membership is required to attend and vote on business at the AGM. To confirm your membership status, or for more information about the AGM, please contact email@example.com.
6:00 PM – Welcome & Announcements
6:05 PM – Online Meeting Protocol, Voting Instruction
6:10 PM – Guest Presentations (City Councillor Ben Henderson and Edmonton’s Historian Laureate Amber Paquette)
6:25 PM – Business Meeting
7:15 PM – Thank You and Close
REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE >> HERE
To access the AGM package including agenda, 2019 minutes, annual report, and audited financial statements, click to download individual documents here:
- 2020 AGM Agenda (PDF)
- 2020 Special Resolution to bylaws (clean copy and showing markup). For reference, please see the bylaws in effect since 2009.
- 2020 Board of Directors Slate and Bios (PDF)
- 2019 AGM Minutes (PDF)
- 2019 Audited Financial Statements (PDF)
- 2019 Annual Report (PDF)
A Zoom link and further information will be sent to current members in advance of the meeting.
Please note: a current EHC Membership is required in order to attend the AGM and vote on business. To purchase or renew your EHC Membership, you may do so online by visiting our membership page or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Memberships will not be available for purchase at the AGM.
Our members are a diverse group of engaged citizens comprising the core of the Edmonton Heritage Council. As a member, you are entitled to attend and vote at the AGM and help shape the EHC Board of Directors. Your input, expertise, and commitment to the preservation of our shared heritage is greatly valued.