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Jedburgh Bowling Cub AGM Wednesday 24 March 2021 will be held via Zoom
Dear members, 2020 has been a year none of us will forget in many ways, but on the playing side it is the first time in our history that no ties were played. We were however able to commence play in the second half of the season, albeit in a very restricted and controlled manner, and for this we are grateful to the hard work by Tony Turnbull in creating a risk assessment allowing safe play within the Scottish Governments guidelines for sport.
This year's AGM will unfortunately not be done face to face but will instead require to be done through Zoom (this is an app which can be played through laptop, tablet or mobile phone, once you download the app onto your chosen device. Should you feel that this is an inappropriate way to hold the AGM please let me know as soon as possible but in order to hold our AGM in some fashion a majority decision will prevail?
IF YOU WISH TO LOG IN TO THE AGM AND PARTICIPATE PLEASE RESOND DIRECT TO JOHN TAYLOR AND HE WILL ARRANGE FOR LOG IN DETAILS TO BE SENT IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING. PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER TO ALLOW THE ADMINISTRATOR TO CONTROL THE MEETING.
The Agenda will be along the following lines, and if you have any comments or questions please come back to me before the meeting and we can arrange for a Question & Answer (Q&A) sheet to be compiled and sent out to everyone.
During the meeting you will be asked to turn on your video symbol so that you can be seen. Everyone will be "muted" by David to ensure no background noise, with only the speaker "unmuted". Should you wish to ask a question please either press the hand icon or simply raise your hand so that you are visible to the camera and David can then "unmute" you.
Happy New Year to all our members.
Lets be honest, 2020 was possibly the strangest year in the the clubs 162 year history. Coronavirus (Covid 19) has it the world hard and it certainly looks like 2021 isn't going to be plain sailing either.
The Pandemic looks like it is going to prevent the return to normality for the bowling community over the next 12 months but the Jedburgh Bowling Club will strive to provide as safe an environment as possible for its members and we look forward to welcoming you all for the 2021 season.