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It was noted that the apology from Terry Griffin was incorrectly recorded as from Terry Griffiths.
With this amendment, and as there were no other matters arising, the Minutes of the AGM held on the 25th August 2012 were adopted.
Profit on sale of memorabilia; Len Beechey was thanked for the tremendous effort he puts into the sale of memorabilia.
Len sets up a sales table at any opportunity he can find and Rob Marsh advised that sale of memorabilia was up by 25% from the previous financial year.
He then read out the Roll of Honour of the twenty two members who have passed on since the last AGM. Present – 15 of which 13 were voting members Apologies – Patrick Hill; Ian Bate; Pat Armstrong; Peter Mincher; Dave Pope; Richard Blaylock; Wayne Bouch; Dave Russell; John Cannon; Gary Huxham; Terry Pittaway; Luiz Figueredo; Mick Jeffrey; Mark Taunton; Gus Mason; John Cannon; Doug Mc Gibbon; John Norman, Nick Skipworth-Michell and Pete Gombart. Previous Minutes Accepted - The Chairman referred to the Minutes of the previous AGM and asked if anyone had any questions.Len received a round of applause for his commitment. Having no questions the Financial Report was accepted.A donation of R35 000 was made to the Shamwari Trust making the RLI RA (Africa) the biggest single contributor to the Shamwari Trust compared to any of the other units involved with the Trust. Debtors amount to R58 000 including outstanding membership fees and royalties from overseas sales of the Africa’s Commandos books. Proposed by Chris Ras and Seconded by Bucks Theron.Correspondence out has been by the way of replies to invites, thank you letters and general inter branch communication. Resolution 01/2013 was to give Bill Wiggill the necessary executive powers to fulfil his position as the project manager of the Africa’s Commandos Book Project.Proposed by Bill Wiggill and Seconded by Chris Ras.
The Last Year in Review – Charlie Norris reviewed the activities of the Association over the last year and highlighted the following: Membership Fees invoiced total R67 100 however only about R25 000 is expected to end up in the bank account due to lethargy on behalf of the others.