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CSA Exec Column: A meeting to remember

Thursday, October 29, 2009

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CSA will be hosting its annual general meeting on November 4th, from
5:30-8:00 p.m. in Peter Clarke Hall. (istock photo)

    The CSA will be hosting its annual general meeting on November 4th, from 5:30-8:00 p.m. in Peter Clarke Hall. (istock photo)

Come one, come all to the annual CSA General Meeting!

The CSA will be hosting its annual general meeting on November 4th, from 5:30-8:00 p.m. in Peter Clarke Hall. A free kabob dinner will be provided. There will be meat and vegetarian options, as well as pita bread, rice, salad, an assortment of baked goods andpopcorn.

We will also be giving raffle tickets to everyone at the door. There will be over $300 in prizes including prize packs and gift certificates.

This is the opportunity to come out and be a part of your Central Students Association. We will be approving amendments to by-laws and presenting executive reports so you know we have been working o and for the the rest of the year. There will also be a question period where you can ask questions of your CSA Executive. Transit issue, campus concerns or circulating rumors? Ask away!

Before the AGM, there will be an Orientation Meeting for students with disabilities in UC 005, a smaller room directly across from Peter Clark Hall. At this meeting, you will be provided an orientation to the CSA AGM: how it operates, what to know and how to participate. It will be a chance to voice concerns or have any of your questions answered. You will also have the opportunity to sign into the AGM in this room instead of having to wait in the large public lines. CSD Peers will be available to assist as attendants. Every effort will be made to ensure discretion and anonymity. If you have cuestions or concerns, please contact the CSA Accessibility Working Group Chair at .

I urge every single undergraduate student to attend this event. Bring your friends, bring your appetite and bring your questions!

Any questions about the AGM can be addressed to Gavin Armstrong, the CSA Communications Commissioner, at .

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