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Barnardos New Zealand AGM Agenda

Barnardos New Zealand
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 31st October 2007
Comfort Hotel, 213 Cuba Street, Wellington


1. Karakia
Kaitohutohu Māori: Whare Tamanui

2. Welcome and Comments
Board Chair: Paul Baines

3. Apologies

4. Minutes of Barnardos New Zealand AGM held 26 October 2006

5. Overview of the Year and Looking Forward
Chief Executive: Murray Edridge

6. Presentation of the 2007 Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2007

7. Election of Board
“In accordance with clause 7(b) of the Barnardos New Zealand constitution, the following persons being eligible and nominated by the Board, and not exceeding the maximum number permitted, are hereby duly appointed as members of the Board:
Chair: Paul Baines
Deputy Chair: Daphne Rawstone
Members: Gabrielle Huria
Athol Mann Lynn McClelland
Patricia McKelvey
Alison Paterson”

Acknowledgement of departing Board Member

8. Presentation of the Sir John Mowbray Study Award

9. Speech by Her Excellency Mrs Susan Satyanand, wife of the Governor-General of New Zealand

10. Other Business

11. Presentation from Ray Smith, Deputy Chief Executive Ministry of Social Development (Child, Youth and Family)

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