If any MJ’s and family members would like to undertake this free training opportunity which is being run by Heartstart then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place. The training will be finished by 12 noon.
As detailed previously its at Manor Park on the 13th of February. There is no charity vote as we decided on the Citizens Advice Bureau last year. However as per usual all the committee posts are up for grabs. Any post which has more than one applicant will be subject to a vote at the AGM and online.
Julie has said that after many years of service she is going to step down in 2019, so the Race Captains post will be vacant.
Thus far Janet Baker is applying for the kit organisers post. Jane Spicer is applying for the secretaries role which became vacant during the year. I intend to stand for Chairman in 2019 but would like to step down in 2020. Further details will be posted soon.
Remember to wear something in the festive spirit, sparkly lights etc as we undertake singing Christmas carols outside the houses showing the most Christmas glitz
Congratulations to everyone who was nominated and the winners of the club awards.
The Winners were:
VLM Ballot Places
Jason Protheroe and Mark Hartland
The Joggers Jogger
The Club Person of the Year
Looking back on that glorious summer with our club nights bathed in sunshine. There was one event that did not take place as planned. This was the Dream Mile on the 18th of April. We received a number of requests prior and up to the wednesday not to run it as a number of folk were running the London Marathon a few days later and did not want to risk injury. In 2019 we shall move the dream mile into May to avoid this happening again.
Just a reminder, that at the last AGM we agreed Citizens Advice Malvern was going to be our charity in 2019!
Location Manor Park sports centre
The agenda is here: http://www.malvernjoggers.co.uk/agm-agenda-7th-feb/
Here are some notes from last year:
Malvern Joggers AGM 8th February 2017
Matters arising from the meeting at Manor Park
- Emily Seyler was co-opted as a member to the committee. Her principal role is organising run leaders for club nights.
- There was discussion over the cost of after club run food. One member asked that the money be donated to charity rather than pay for food for those attending the social aspect of club nights.
- A member asked about the cost of Chip Timing at the MJ’s 10k and were there less expensive alternatives.
- LIRF training opportunities were asked about.