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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

President’s Report 2017

President’s Report
AGM August 20, 2017

It somehow seems ages since our last AGM at Ashley Clark’s home - much has transpired in our lives since then. And there has been significant activity for ACT as well. In my report I will summarize our achievements over the past 12 months and some proposed considerations for next year. I will also provide my personal perspective re challenges and considerations for the future.

Productions
ACT mounted three productions this year. That in itself is an enormous accomplishment. These included:
• In October, Little Shop of Horrors in Florence Simmons Performance Hall, Holland College. This was a delightful musical directed by Peter Krauskopf and produced by Rob Thomson and Grace Kimpinski, with Sharon MacDonald as stage manager.
• In November at The Guild, The Laramie Project - a provocative drama directed by Paul Whelan, produced by Marla Haines; with Wallena Higgins as stage manager.
• In February, The Dining Room at Theatre Carrefour and private homes. Featuring a cast of 6 who played approx. 55 roles, the play was directed by Terry Pratt and produced by Bunty Albert, with Sharon MacDonald as stage manager.

All three productions received critical acclaim from reviewers and audience members alike and involved many ACT newcomers. They featured a wonderful group of actors and capable, dedicated production teams. Many of these people gave up their ‘regular’ lives for several months or, in the case of producers and directors and stage managers, for more than a year. I cannot overstate the dimensions of their collective contribution. And collectively, these three productions netted approximately $11,000 for ACT’s coffers. This enabled us to have a surplus of a bit more than $7000 for our financial year.

In addition, the Community Theatre Festival in March, supported by ACT, was very successful. A special highlight of the afternoon was the presentation of ACT’s Community Theatre Appreciation Award to Sean McQuaid. Kudos to organizers Rob Thomson, Kim Johnston and Kate Martin, all three of whom are willing to do it again in 2018.

At present, the one production that is confirmed for next season is Shop Around the Corner, scheduled for The Guild in November. It will be directed by Marieve MacGregor, produced by Grace Kimpinski, and Gillian Gallivan will be the stage manager.

Now I will identify a number of initiatives and highlights for our year that are not directly related to productions. These are the things of which most people who have never been on the Board are largely unaware, but which are very much part of what ACT is and that ensure the health of our organization.

Beach House
The exterior painting finished, work was done inside with reorganizing the props and costume storage. Pam repainted the back costume room. Garbage sorting and disposal was addressed. There were NO floods (paving in the fall of 2015 has made a huge improvement). Portable shelving was purchased to be stored at the Beach House and will available for use by productions. Recently, Terry very recently purchased a dehumidifier which will improve the dampness issue in the back costume and props rooms. An outstanding issue is the completion of a costume inventory. Much work has already been done (photographing and cataloguing more than 300 costume pieces, preparation of a template for each item, culling of unwanted items) but we have yet to complete the inventory, either in print or electronic form. With a strong and determined arm, Kate Martin kept the knotweed at bay this summer. I would like to give credit and kudos to Kat Nazim, Cyril Armstrong, Pam Jewell, and Kate Martin for their Beach House stewardship throughout the year. A special thanks to Cyril, who will be stepping back from set design and building but who will continue to provide advice for producers and set builders re our set pieces and who has volunteered to do a free workshop to share what he has learned about set design and construction over the years.

Workshops
Our Producer’s Handbook was completed (with significant contribution by Bunty Albert, Noah Nazim and Rob Thomson) and, in partnership with SoPA, a Producer’s Workshop was held in the Board Room of the Confederation Centre in March that was attended by several prospective producers. Workshop leaders - Rob Thomson, Bunty Albert, Kim Johnston and Brenda Porter - shared their experience as ACT producers. Ellen Carol, workshops coordinator, retired from the Board at the end of December and Kim Johnston ably assumed the role for the remainder of the year. A large amount of preparation was done for a Stage Combat workshop but the required number of participants was not confirmed so it was cancelled. Kim also worked hard to arrange for the Dustin Hoffman acting workshop to be held in the Fall of 2017, again in partnership with SoPA, but a date that works for all has yet to be be confirmed.

Readings
Noah Nazim organized four readings for the year - The Dining Room, The Importance of Being Earnest, Rainbow Valley, and a shared event with Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre of excerpts from 8 plays. The Board is considering the purchase of a number of e-readers that could be used for readings, thus eliminating the cost of photocopying for these events.

Communications
Adam Gauthier ensured that the ACT Newsletter, Facebook page and website provided information to members and the public of our activities this year.

Partnerships
I would also like to note that vital community partnerships were developed, maintained and strengthened throughout the year - I mention especially The Guild, the Haviland Club and Holland College School of Performing Arts. We also acknowledge and celebrate media support from The Buzz, the Guardian and CBC.


Board Goals for 2016-17
The Board made excellent progress with goals set for the year.
(a) Long term planning: We followed up on a suggestion from last year’s AGM and held a long-term planning session in February to which approximately 20 ACT members were invited. The main recommendations that emerged from the sessions were:
1. for ACT to establish a season of plays that would be advertised as such and for which there would be seasonal sponsorships
2. to find a new ‘home’ which could be a base for meetings, workshops, productions, storage of archives, etc. In that regard, I am delighted to report that we have an agreement with The Guild for 2017-18 that will see 1-2 productions held there, space at The Guild for meetings, workshops and archival storage, and that will actively foster the concept of The Guild being “the home of ACT (a community theatre)”. The agreement is a flexible one and will involve close communication throughout the year to address any issues and further explore possibilities. Thanks to Adam Gauthier and Sharon MacDonald for their able assistance as we shaped our agreement with The Guild.
3. for ACT to be more ‘approachable’ within the community
4. to stage more plays with strong female roles and female directors

Considerable discussion has taken place on how best to implement these suggestions and I anticipate that they will be followed up by the new Board.

(b) Revision of our constitution and bylaws. As you know, this has been completed and will be voted on later today. Commendation for a task well and thoroughly done goes to committee chair Rob Thomson and to committee members Keir Malone, Kat Nazim and Noah Nazim.

(c) Archival Reorganization and Storage. Done. Special thanks to Sharon MacDonald for her tireless work on this project. The records are now organized and housed in large plastic tubs near the furnace in the Beach House. We hope to move them to a storage space at The Guild this fall.

(d) Website Renewal. Kat Nazim spent considerable time analyzing the present site, exploring various possibilities and experimenting with designing a new website. She has created an excellent brainstorming web of necessary components of a new site and has recommended that the Board engage a professional website developer to design the site for us. The existing Board gave tentative approval to this strategy.

(e) Recruitment of Productions Action on this goal will be explained in the Director of Theatre report.

So I am very pleased with the progress that the Board made on our goals for the year.

I am also very proud to report that ACT has continued to “give back’ to the community. We have supported the Fringe festival, PEI Symphony, and the PEI Chapter of Huntington’s Society, and we have loaned costume and set items to non-profit groups.

It has been a very successful year, I think. From my perspective, the two big challenges for next year’s Board and for ACT as a vital and revitalized community organization are:
(1) bringing in people who are willing and able to be involved on an ongoing basis in ACT activities. The people who have for years been mainstays in this regard are not getting any younger - when you examine the list of people who have given their time to key production roles, there is a predominant hair colour. Enough said. In order for ACT to stay vibrant and maintain the ‘infrastructure’ that has ensured its longevity as a respected community theatre, we very much need volunteers who are passionate about the organization and who can donate time, energy and talents to the ongoing work of the Board.
(2) finding ways to broaden our traditional offerings and reach out into the community, thereby ‘freshening’ our image and, hopefully, increasing our audience numbers as well. Suggestions such as dinner theatre and pop-up events have been explored but, to date, noone has expressed the willingness to assume leadership for such a project.

Finally, I have some words of thanks. First, I would like to thank all members of the Board (four of whom were at the table for the first time) for their invaluable contribution during a very busy year - and for their wonderful spirit as we worked together. I especially want to recognize the extent to which Board members made adjustments in their communication style in order for me, as a Hard of Hearing person, to fully participate in the meetings. All of these volunteers deserve our heartfelt appreciation for their contribution. Special thanks and recognition go to departing Board members - Ashley Clark, Adam Gauthier, Kim Johnston, Kate Martin, Gillian Oakley, and Rob Thomson. Collectively they have given more than 30 years to the ACT Board and their contribution has been ever so valuable. Bravo!

In conclusion, as I step down from the presidency and take a back seat on the ACT bus, I want to say that it has been a privilege to work with such a creative team of Board members. Without them, and volunteers like them, ACT would not be celebrating its 22th anniversary. Thank you all.

 

 

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Friday, August 20, 2010

ACT MEMBERSHIP 2010-11

A new membership year
A reminder from our Membership Coordinator

It’s time for membership renewal. Our membership year runs from September 1, 2010 to August 31, 2011.
  The annual fees are the same as they’ve always been since ACT began in 1995:
  $25 regular   $40 for people of the same household   $15 for someone with limited income such as a full-time student or unwaged person.
It’s actually a pretty good deal ...
  Tickets: you get a $2-per-ticket discount on the advance purchase of two tickets to ACT shows
  Play-Reading Evenings: free participation (vs $3 non-member charge for printing cost)
‘ACT-Out’ social events: going to a show and having dinner together
  Being ‘in-the-loop’: e-mail notice to get word of theatre-related events (auditions, performances, workshops, etc.)
  Performances: the Constitution requires that you must be a current member to participate directly in a show, whether on- or off-stage (... and so be eligible for a comp ticket)
  Why do we need fees? It’s because it costs money to run the organization—about $7,000 a year for maintaining ACT’s building, insurance, snow-removal, the website, office equipment, giving two kinds of theatre awards, etc.
We get that money from two sources: the profits from shows and member dues.
  So ... if you’d like to be a member of ACT for 2010/11, please get in touch with the Membership Coordinator, Sophia Wong (sophiacw @ gmail.com) or send your cheque—payable to ACT - a community theatre—to ACT, 11 Beach Street, Charlottetown PE C1A 5G5.

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Monday, August 02, 2010

Community Theatre Appreciation Award 2010

Terry Pratt - honoured for many contributions to PEI theatre

At ACT’s Annual General Meeting on August 1, 2010, President Richard Haines presented the Community Theatre Appreciation Award to Terry Pratt.  For a photo, click on Gallery (top-right of this page) and choose ‘Award’.  Here’s what was said about ACT’s honouring Terry:

  From time to time during its history, ACT has given an award – call it ‘the community theatre appreciation award.’  We like to recognize a person or an organization who has made a major contribution to the life of community theatre on PEI.
  Sometimes it was an individual – for example, David Sherren who organized and directed Charlottetown Rural’s musicals, the Confederation Centre’s community Christmastime productions, and a number of ACT’s own productions in our early years ... and Mae Ames for all her work in various drama groups and her classes for youngsters.  Sometimes it has been an organization – for example, the Confederation Centre, The Buzz, and The Guardian – all of which played such a strong and on-going part in promoting amateur theatre.
The recipients are people who have done good things in several ways or fields or areas ... helping a number of theatre groups, with direct and ripple effects for lots of people in amateur theatre ... contributing again and again over the years.
Terry Pratt has done this—hugely.
• He has directed so many productions of various kinds, involving so many actors, singers, students, production people – at UPEI and with ACT.
  Think just of his major ACT productions: The School for Scandal, The Gondoliers, The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, HMS Pinafore, Trial by Jury, Murder in the Cathedral.
• He led in taking ACT to a higher step with the G&S productions at the Confed Centre.
• He was imaginative and collaborative enough to reach out to do joint productions in fresh locations – Summerside Court House, Indian River, Beaconsfield.
• In administrative or organizational ways he has been a leader – as board member, president, treasurer, set construction – not just in ACT but in other theatre enterprises: UPEI, Theatre PEI, Community Theatre Festival, Victoria Playhouse.
• And he has been so generous in donations to theatre enterprises (such as to the Victoria Playhouse), and outstandingly, buying and maintaining a building for ACT’s use.
Community theatre on PEI would not be what it has been without Terry Pratt.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

MEMBERSHIP - RENEWAL for 09/10

It’s time for membership renewal.  Our membership year runs from September 1, 2009 to August 31, 2010.
  The annual fees are the same as they’ve always been since ACT began in 1995:
  • $25 regular   • $40 for people of the same household   • $15 for someone with limited income such as a full-time student or unwaged person.
  It’s actually a pretty good deal ...
• Tickets: you get a $2-per-ticket discount on the advance purchase of two tickets to ACT shows
• Play-Reading Evenings: free participation (vs $3 non-member charge for printing cost)
• ‘ACT-Out’ social events: going to a show and having dinner together
• Being ‘in-the-loop’: e-mail notice to get word of theatre-related events (auditions, performances, workshops, etc.)
• Performances: the Constitution requires that you must be a current member to participate directly in a show, whether on- or off-stage (... and so be eligible for a comp ticket)
  Why do we need fees?  It’s because it costs money to run the organization—about $7,000 a year for maintaining ACT’s building, insurance, snow-removal, the website, office equipment, giving two kinds of theatre awards, etc.
We get that money from two sources: the profits from shows and member dues.
  So ... if you’d like to be a member of ACT for 2009/10, please get in touch with the Membership Coordinator, Sophia Wong (sophiacw @ gmail.com) or send your cheque —payable to ACT - a community theatre—to ACT, 11 Beach Street, Charlottetown PE C1A 5G5.

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ANNUAL MEETING 2009

  What a fine annual gathering we had on Saturday, August 22nd.  Big thanks to Monique and Ben for hosting it at their beautiful country home.
  20 people attended.  We played croquet.  We chatted.  We ate.  Boy, did we eat (and sip).
  We held our formal Annual General Meeting, at which ...
- The financial report revealed we are quite solvent ... we have plenty of money to cover the expenses of the fall production plus the costs of our normal year-long operating expenses.  Those expenses—for the Beach House rental, snow removal, insurance, awards to support community theatre, etc., together with our sponsorship of the PEI Community Theatre Festival—are distinct from the money it takes to put on our productions, and in the coming year the cost will be about $7000.
- The Director of Theatre’s report reminded us of the three productions of the 08/09 season: “Jack the Ripper,” “Christmas Remembered” and “Evita.”
- Monique reported on the fun of the Reading evenings.
- Sophia reminded us that we had more than 90 members this year.
- Richard told us about “The Rocky Horror Show” coming up in October, and Jennifer spoke about the the renewal of the Community Theatre Festival next March.
- We held the election for officers of the Board ... and here is how that shapes up;
• President - Richard Haines       • Past-president - Rob Thomson
• Vice-president - Rob Reddin       • Treasurer - Jennifer Long
• Secretary - Janet Macdonald   • Membership coordinator - Sophia Wong
• Director of Theatre - Adam Gauthier • Readings coordinator - Monique Lafontaine
• Music adviser - Carl Mathis
  Still needed: Workshops coordinator ... ACT-out coordinator
- We presented ACT’s Community Theatre Appreciation Award to Wallena Higgins—recognizing her year-after-year contribution to the life of amateur theatre on PEI, through her stage managing and mentoring service with ACT as well as Charlottetown Rural High School and other community stage enterprises.
  Here is the President’s report to give an overview of ACT’s 08/09 year ...
• The Board held 10 monthly meetings between early September/08 and the end of June/09 ... plus a couple of e-mail votes.
• ACT’s membership surged this year to over 90 – chiefly because of strong involvement in Evita.  Thanks to Sophia Wong for handling membership matters.
• This was a somewhat limited year for our play-reading evenings.  There were just a few, although Monique Lafontaine did well in choosing a good variety, editing longer works to manageable size, and conducting the readings so that the dozen or so participants had a range of parts.
  Two tries at ACT-Out occasions did not work out so well.  A good experiment, though, was to have a dinner together before one of our own play-readings.
  One other good evening was the ‘Evita preview’ – video clips, biographical outline, tango demonstration, and information about the show – as a way of recruiting auditioners.
• ACT staged three successful productions in the 08/09 season:
- “Jack the Ripper: Monster of Whitechapel” by Joe Dickinson in October 2008.  Directed by Richard Haines and produced by Adam Gauthier, this comedic-melodramatic pleaser offered the novelty of optional endings.  It played to about 300 people at the Carrefour and had a surplus of over $1100.
- “Christmas Remembered,” the charming mix of sentimental songs and stories, was reprised by Brenda Porter at the Carriage House, a sort of co-production with Beaconsfield.  Audiences topped 100, and ACT’s share of the surplus was just over $300.
- “Evita,” the Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice blockbuster, absorbed most of ACT’s energies this past year.  It engaged 100 participants: 45 singer-actor-dancers on stage, 15 musicians in the pit, and another 35 or so people carrying out the production tasks.  The creative directors were Mark Ramsay, Shirley Anne Cameron and Julia Sauvé, with costuming by Pam Jewell and set by Garney Gallant.  Producers were Brenda Porter and Rob Thomson.  2800 people saw the show at Confederation Centre; the budget was almost $40,000, and the surplus was over $13,500.
• This past spring, with leadership from Paul Whelan, ACT invited Island playwrights and would-be playwrights to submit short plays or play-sections ... with the plan that ACT would organize an evening or two to ‘give voice’ to the writings by way of a reading by actors.  There was a fair response, but it emerged that some refining was needed, and so the readings were postponed till fall.
• Especially with the boost of Evita, ACT has continued in financial good health. As the year ended we had $36,000 invested in GICs and a little over $10,000 in the bank account, ready to finance regular operations plus the fall production.
  It should be cautioned, though, that our non-production budget for the coming year is doubling, and it looks like it will be a deficit year.  It is easy to forget or be unaware of the on-going costs of operating ACT, as distinct from the money involved in putting-on-shows.  Our non-production expenses have been around $3000 over the past few years, but will be on the order of $7000 next year – owing to a more realistic rental arrangement, sponsoring the Community Theatre Festival, buying some equipment and having a contingency reserve.
  We have been fortunate to have Mar Thomson’s bookkeeping and financial advice.
• Gerry Gray carried out a significant reconstruction of the ACT web-site.
• We benefitted from publicity sponsorship arrangements with The Guardian and Ocean & K-Rock radio.
• ACT lent materials from our collection (set-pieces, props, costumes) to several theatre endeavours – reflecting our constitutional role to support community theatre activity beyond ourselves.
• We adopted two policies to give consistency to:
  - the loaning of materials (set-pieces, costumes, props, scripts, books, etc.)
  - payment of honoraria when we use professional help for choreography, music, set-building, costuming, graphics, lighting and such
  A policy to guide establishment and on-going management of ACT’s archives was created, but has yet to be formally adopted.
• A recommendation from last year’s ‘Thinking Session’ and the AGM was that ACT should get more active in offering theatre-related workshops.  So we held two of them this year:
- “Walk-and-Chew-Gum” took place in September 2008.  Jacqui Good, Leon Cole and the rest of the Rataplan players led several dozen participants in exercises to develop their singing and acting.
- “Stage versus Screen” was a weekend workshop in late May, put together by Corin McFadden, jointly sponsored by ACT and IMAC (Island Media Arts Coop).  It offered intensive actor training by Alex Scott, involving video recording and feedback.  Regrettably, there were just a half-a-dozen participants.
• ACT renewed the awarding of a ‘Theatre Review Prize’ to a student (this year it was Heather Parry) in UPEI’s theatre course for writing the best critical review of a production.
• Another award is being made: the Community Theatre Appreciation Award, for significant contribution to the life of amateur theatre on PEI.  [It was presented to Wallena Higgins at the end of the meeting.]
• The go-ahead was given and some groundwork laid for two major projects for 09/10:
  - mounting “The Rocky Horror Show” in later October;
  - ACT’s revival of the PEI Community Theatre Festival in March 2010 – with Jennifer Shields in the producer-coordinator role.
• Our thanks are expressed to people who are leaving the Board: Paul Whelan, Clair Smith and Corin McFadden – particularly for some of the helpful observations they each have contributed through Board-meeting discussions and e-mail advice.
  Very special appreciation is extended to Terry Pratt as he leaves the Board after terms as President and Past-President.  He has been an active leader, and a fount of historical knowledge and good-sense advice.  Repeatedly it was Terry who looked ahead and identified issues ... who diligently thought out the pros and cons and gave perceptive feedback ... who took responsibility to get things done.  He can now formally add ‘good and true service on the ACT Board’ to the lengthy resumé of contributions to many sectors of the PEI theatre scene.
  All in all, ACT has come a long way—and a very productive way—from that winter evening in early 1995 when seven or eight of us each put down $25 on a coffee table to mount “Our Town.”  It is ironic, by the way, that that money was used to buy two stepladders for our first set ... and this year we had to buy two stepladders to build the “Evita” set.  One wonders what became of the original ones!

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Monday, March 09, 2009

ACT (what’s in a name)

Why do I care?

• Co-founder
• President for initial five years
• Compiler of original Constitution and By-laws
• Member of Board of Directors for initial ten years

My first thoughts about an organized community theatre group here on PEI were in 1993 during rehearsals for Theatre PEI’s production of Blue Castle. Someone commented on how wonderful it was to be doing something with like minded people and the observation was strongly endorsed. Can you imagine… not having to pretend an interest in or knowledge of hockey / football / curling, in order to have a conversation? Just kidding. But it really was wonderful!  I asked why there wasn’t an organized community theatre group in Charlottetown. No one answered.

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Monday, September 01, 2008

ACT membership renewal 2008 / 2009

Membership year will be from September 1, 2008 to August 31, 2009.

Highlights of some of the benefits of becoming a member of ACT are:
-receive advanced notification regarding workshops, mentoring possibilities, auditions and productions
-participate in any aspect of any performance (on-stage and off-stage)
-purchase tickets in advance for any ACT production at a discounted price

Annual membership fee for:
single adult member $25.00
same household $40.00
student/unwaged $15.00

Cheques ( payable to ACT) can either be mailed to:

A community theatre (ACT)
11 Beach Street Charlottetown PEI C1A 5G5
or passed along to any executive member.

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

ACT membership renewal 2007 / 2008

Membership year will be from now till August 31, 2008.

Highlights of some of the benefits of becoming a member of ACT are:

-receive advanced notification regarding workshops, mentoring possibilities, auditions and productions
-participate in any aspect of any performance (on-stage or off)
-purchase tickets in advance for any ACT production at a discounted price

Annual membership fee for
single adult member $25.00
same household $40.00
student/unwaged $15.00

cheques (made payable to ACT) can either be mailed to:

ACT (a community theatre)
11 Beach St
Charlottetown PEI
C1A 5G5

or pass along to any executive member.

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Friday, August 19, 2005

ACT membership renewal 2005 / 2006

An invitation to any person who is interested in community theatre to consider joining ACT (a community theatre) and a reminder to all former and present members to renew their yearly membership.

As August is nearing its end and September is fast approaching, it’s that time of year when ACT membership fee is due for the upcoming year—September 01/2005 to August 31/2006.

Highlights of some of the benefits of becoming a member of ACT are:

-  receive advanced notification regarding workshops, mentoring possibilities, auditions and productions
-  participate in any aspect of any performance ( on-stage or off)
-  purchase tickets in advance for any ACT production at a discounted price

Annual membership fee for
single adult member $25.00
family $40.00
student/unwaged $15.00

Cheques (made payable to ACT) can either be mailed to :
ACT a community theatre
11 Beach Street
Charlottetown PEI
C1A 5G5

or pass along to any executive member
 

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Saturday, June 18, 2005

Constitution and Bylaws

Revised and Adopted 18 June, 2005

1. Name
a. The name of the association is “ACT (a community theatre).”
b. “ACT” may be substituted for the full name of the association.

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Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Stormed Out Again

The November Board Meeting was stormed out again.

The November Board Meeting was stormed out again. By the time Terry and I got home it was simply frightful.

Theatre PEI had cancelled their forum earlier on in the day.

Looking at the agenda, I think we can probably wait now till early January - anything pressing can be sent around on email before that. For example, Gerry if you have solid dates for JC Superstar, you might want to let everyone know.

I would like to suggest Sunday Jan. 4 at 4-6 as an alternate-please let me know if you are available then. I will suggest to Dawn she move to that night also. Hope everyone managed to get home safely.

If I don’t get a chance to see you before Christmas, a happy holiday to all of us!

- Jennifer

Jennifer Shields, President

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