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President’s Report
AGM November 8, 2003

1: Introduction
2: Management Committee
3: Achievements
4: Grants
5: Finances
6: Key directions and issues
7: Thanks
8: Conclusion

President’s report (AGM Nov 8, 2003)
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President’s report (Mar 2002)
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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)

President’s Report

AGM November 8, 2003

By Peter Cahalan


The Society has had a fairly active year throughout 2003. A number of projects have been brought to completion and a cadre of committed members and volunteers have put considerable effort into maintaining a steady stream of activities. The response of members to various initiatives has been quite varied. We enjoyed excellent attendances at several events. And yet other projects, several funded by sponsors, met with only a small level of interest. As always the Society will do its best to read the signs of the times and try to work out where its always limited resources can best be directed.

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