EVEN MORE UPDATED NOTICE!!
Attendance at the advertised AGM was so low the meeting was inquorate. Therefore, we will try again to run the AGM before the May FSP regular monthly meeting. The AGM addresses significant new business, most importantly to discuss and approve changes to the FSP constitution, as necessary for various statuary requirements and increased ease of operation of FSP in an uncertain funding climate. Given the strong support for change expressed in responses to the recent questionnaire and the low turnout for the initial AGM, this meeting should be uncontroversial and will not take long to seek formal approval for the changes.
Click on the links below to open or download PDF files relevant to the AGM, including proposed changes to the FSP Constitution, the results of the Members Survey, Motions to be put at the AGM regarding the Constitution, the Auditor’s Report, and a Nomination Form for membership of the FSP Committee of Membership.
Please keep an eye on the FSP Facebook page for any last minute info or updates.
20140308 GOVERNANCE REVIEW REPORT (no appendices)
20140308 Appendix 1 – Proposed Constitution
20140308 APPENDIX 2 – CONSULTATION SURVEY
20140308 APPENDIX 3 – CONSTITUTIONAL MOTIONS
20140308 Appendices 4 & 5 Policy and Procedure
20140308 Appendix 6 – AGM
Friendly Street Poets Inc NOMINATION FOR THE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT
FSP AGM 2014 Agenda
FSP AGM 2014 notice1
FSP AGM 2014 notice1
Friendly Street Poets & the State Library of SA present
Words @ the Wall
October 16th 5.30 - 6.15pm
Late afternoon Poetry performances
Treasures Wall, 1st Floor State Library, North Terrace
Light refreshments kindly provided by the State Library.
This is a FREE event
Everyone is welcome
***** SPECIAL LOCATION *****
IRA RAYMOND ROOM
Barr Smith Library
University of Adelaide
(the usual SAWC location is unavailable due to Festival / Fringe)
Doors open at 6:30pm to sign in for a 7:00pm start.
$5 to read, 3 minutes each reader.
Special guest reader is RORY HARRIS, who has been represented in every Friendly Street Reader Anthology after the first one!!
More copies of the late John Pfizner’s collection have been made available and will be for sale at $20 each.
Your chance to have your three minutes at the open mic. Every poem read is eligible for selection in our annual anthology: this is your last opportunity to be considered for the current edition! Please bring three copies of your poem and include your name and permission to publish. Read it, place it in the box and it will be be considered by our editors for publication in our anthology.