Mohaka rams

Rare Breeds
Annual General Meeting and Conference


The 2022 Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 25 June 2022 at 3.00 pm at the Wairarapa Community Centre, 41 Perry Street, Masterton.

We’ll meet at 2.30 pm for afternoon tea/coffee and the AGM will start at 3.00 pm.   The evening meal will be at a nearby restaurant.

A Poultry Show at Solway Showgrounds will open on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.   Farm visits in the Wairarapa area will be on offer on Sunday.

Business to be transacted at the AGM:

  1. Annual Report by the President
  2. Presentation of Financial Report by the Treasurer
  3. Appointment of Patron
  4. Election of Committee – comprising President, Secretary, Treasurer and up to seven Committee Members, for a maximum of ten elected members. [Election by postal ballot as per the Constitution Clause 8(iii); scrutineers to be elected by the AGM to scrutinize and count the votes. Results of the vote to be announced before the conclusion of the meeting] Vice-President(s) – one or two may be appointed from the Committee Members by the AGM.
  5. Appointment of a suitably qualified person to review the Financial Report if required
  6. Other Appointments: Solicitor, Editor, Website Monitor, Registrar, Facebook
  7. Motions Submitted to the Meeting
  8. Other Business concerning the Society
  9. Breed Reports

NOTE: Nomination forms for the Committee have been sent to Rare Breeds members by e-mail. Voting forms and membership renewal forms are in the centre of the May NewZ.

Further details will be posted here as they become available. Please check the website closer to the AGM.

Below are some photographs taken by Marina Steinke at the 2021 AGM weekend in Christchurch:

Saturday afternoon discussion with Wyld products (using Pitt Island wool) in the foreground.
Visiting the Sherlin Alpaca Stud on Sunday morning.
Barbecue lunch at Glenlothian Farm.
Inspecting animals at Glenlothian Farm on Sunday afternoon.
Thanks to Marina Steinke for the above photographs.

Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand

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