Major business items for this meeting will include selection of board officers for the coming year and initial planning for the next twelve months.
The Annual Meeting of the members of the St. Clair Theatre Guild will be on Sunday, September 16, 2018, beginning at 4:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Guild Building on Goffe St. in St. Clair.
The Board wishes to update attendees as to the Guild’s future plans and request input.
We welcome all past members, friends and potential members. We will have snacks and beverages on hand and look forward to your attending.
The agenda includes a vote on a proposed bylaw change and elections for the Guild’s Board of Directors. Four current members will run again for two-year terms.
Details of the proposed bylaw change:
Board of Directors
a. Power, Number and Eligibility – There shall be no more than sixteen and no fewer than eight members of the Board of Directors, which include the officers of the Guild. The exact number of directors shall be determined by the membership at the Annual Meeting. Directors must have been an active member for the Guild for one year or more.
Proposed new wording:
There shall be no more than twelve and no fewer than six members of the Board of Directors,
Proposed removed wording:
Directors must have been an active member for the Guild for one year or more.
SCTG Board of Directors, 2017-18
(The year each director’s term ends is shown in parentheses.)
President: Jo-Anne Wilkie (2018)
Vice President: Brian Moss (2018)
Treasurer: Kim LaDuke (2019)
Secretary: Holly Cross (2018)
Member: Sue Daniels (2018)
Member: Bob Swain (2019)
Member: Melanie Freeman (2019)
Member: Wendy Harder (2019)
Member: Wayne Weber (2019)
The Guild would like to thank our members and friends who helped to make this year’s Santa Parade Float, “S. Claus Toy Co.” We received help from several folks: Ray and Dorothy Govaere (truck and trailer), Fred Dunlap (sound), Bob Swain (refreshments). The float construction crew included Pat Simons, Mike Slamka, Holly Cross, and a surprise guest, Judy Avison. Kim LaDuke and Brian Moss cooperatively spearheaded the project.
We did not win a prize, but had a great time singing for and handing out gifts to the attendees, which brings us to our Elves: Holly Cross, Pat Simons, Kat Huffmaster, Heather Wilkins, Joanne Smith and Joan Hortman.
This year’s parade was the largest so far and the weather cooperated. Thanks to all and apologies to anyone we missed.
The St. Clair Theatre Guild’s float in the annual St. Clair Christmas Parade needs a couple of elves to walk along with the float. If you’re feeling particularly elfy and would like to participate, let us know through the Contact form. (We’ll take more than two elves, too! Might even accept a reindeer! Let us know!)