2020 AGM Recap, News (North London Nationals Hockey)

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2020 AGM Recap
Submitted By Matt Biderman on Wednesday, August 19, 2020
The 2020 Annual General Meeting took place virtually for the first time on Tuesday August 12th. 

At this time a new Board was elected. In the past 2 seasons nearly all positions have been turned over and replaced with a group of extremely dedicated, willing and selfless people who wish to maintain the traditions of North London Hockey and help create an even better future. 


With these new positions comes some sad good byes. 

In particular I want to thank the below three individuals who have given countless hours to our programs and have decided to resign from the board. 

John Keating - 6 years on the board and most recently as our Initiation Director but has held numerous other roles. John is also a coach in our Mustangs program and has a tremendous amount of passion for hockey and kids and it comes across both on and off the ice. 

Kevin John - 6 years on the board in a variety of roles and most recently as our Tournament Director.  This role is thankless, yet pivotal and we are truly going to miss all of his efforts. Kevin has also been on the bench for numerous seasons with his son's teams.

Tom Getliffe - 23 years!!!! Tom has been a main stay with North London for years. His quiet demeanor means you probably don't know him, but the results of his time and dedication are everywhere. Tom was most recently our Treasurer and a voice of reason and experience the past year as we transitioned so many new people into their new roles. 

On behalf of everyone involved with North London Hockey I want to thank you three for all of your efforts.

For a full list of the new Board please follow this link. 

https://northlondonhockey.ca/Staff/1003/

To see the AGM Agenda please follow this link. 

https://northlondonhockey.ca/Pages/9359/Meeting_Documents/

Stay well! 

North London Hockey 

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