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Modbury North,
South Australia 5092

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Hackney, SA, 5069

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Vice-President’s Report
March 2001

1: Introduction
2: Who’s going to...?
3: Why a high turnover?
4: Independent teams
5: Issues to address
6: The way forward?
7: Conclusion

President’s report (AGM Nov 8, 2003)
Management Committee report (Jan 2003)
President’s end of year reports (2002)
President’s report (Mar 2002)
President’s report (Jan 2002)
President’s report (Nov 2001)
Nat. Assn. President’s report (Nov 2001)
President’s report (Sep 2001)
Miscellaneous reports (Jun 2001)
Vice-president’s report (Jun 2001)
Vice-president’s report (Mar 2001)

Vice-President’s Report (continued)


Do you believe ME/CFS is a terrible illness? It’s time for all who believe this to roll up their sleeves to have a go at making this society really work. This is the year of the volunteer and I reckon we deserve our fair share.

Maybe you can help, but if not – perhaps you have a friend or family member who can, or perhaps you belong to a community group where you could advertise for voluntary help.

There are many small jobs, and a number of big jobs. Even if you can only do a little, we need people to take on specific tasks and be prepared to stick at them. Remember that volunteering has its benefits – it gets you out of the house mixing with others, it provides opportunities to develop skills, and we can give anyone a reference who requires it.

Finally, it would be great to see as many of you as possible come along to our ‘Public Medical Lecture’ on International ME/CFS Awareness Day, May 12. It will be a great day, and it will be a chance for you to meet the new management committee.

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