Annual General Meetings
Until 1988, the Annual General Meetings were conducted separately from the Annual Reunion. The purpose of the AGM was and is to present a report of the activities of the preceding year to members, to present a financial report and to elect and/or to re-appoint office bearers for the following twelve months. Issues discussed at the AGM usually relate to proposed amendments to the Constitution, the date and venue of the Annual Reunion and financial considerations such as annual membership fees.
Since 1989, the Annual General Meeting has been held immediately prior to, and on the same day, as the Annual Reunion – generally on the 24th April.
At the 2009 Annual General Meeting it was resolved that future Annual General Meetings and Annual Reunions would be held on the Saturday prior to ANZAC Day.
Where they have been available, Annual General Meeting Agendas and Annual Financial Reports have been included as separate documents.
As is the case with Ordinary Meetings, many of the minutes and reports from the Annual General Meetings are missing from the Association archives.