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General Meeting 10th April - adoption of new Constitution

7pm Thursday 10th April 2014
Unley Community Centre, 18 Arthur Street, Unley

 
  • acceptance vote on adoption of new Constitution
  • presentation of our new strategic plan, 2014-2016
  • launch of our new website
One of the first essential tasks for the re-convened Board of Walking SA was the development of a new Constitution for the organisation. Following much consultation, drafting and re-drafting by the  Governance Committee, the Constitution has now been endorsed by the Board.

All members are encouraged to read the new Constitution, make comment and vote on its acceptance at the General Meeting.

The Constitution forms a guiding document for the organisation.  It sets out the rules by which Walking SA will operate and the restrictions, powers, and duties of its officers and Board members. 

With the new Constitution, and a revised Strategic Plan for the next 3 years, Walking SA has a sound operational framework for the future. The Board looks forward to working closely with all members to achieve our primary goal of improving the health and lifestyle of South Australians through all forms of walking.
View proposed Constitution

Walk. Explore. Discover. Sunday 6 April 2014

Walking EXPO
10am-3pm Sunday 6 April 2014

Rymill Park, Adelaide cnr East Tce and Bartels Ave

Walking can give you access to amazing places. Whether it’s exploring your own neighborhood, uncovering hidden street art in the CBD or discovering stunning views from a mountain top, two feet can take you there.

Come and join Walking SA for a celebration all forms of walking in Rymill Park on Sunday 6 April.

Highlights of the day will be free Discovery Walks throughout Adelaide City including the picturesque Adelaide Parklands, Botanic Gardens and the CBD. Local outdoor stores will be showcasing the latest walking gear and walking clubs and tour operators will be there to provide advice. Grab a bargain from the pre-loved walking gear sale by the Friends of the Heysen Trail.

Walking is an activity everyone can do at their own pace but if you're looking to extend your walking opportunities Walking SA can provide information on different walking clubs. Many clubs will have representatives there on the day ready to answer all your questions.

Walking is a great way to be active and experience the outdoors so whether you're a seasoned walker or an absolute beginner come and join the celebration.

For more information contact kate.corner@walkingsa.org.au or visit the Walking SA website www.walkingsa.org.au

You're just two feet away from some of the best places in South Australia.
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