2021 Annual General Meeting Announcement
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY
NOTICE is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of SUNSHINE COAST SALMONID ENHANCEMENT SOCIETY (the “SCSES”) will be held on Wednesday 12 January 2021 at 7.00 pm at the Chapman Creek Hatchery, 4381 Parkway Drive, Sechelt Creek, BC, (and virtually by Zoom video call).
- To Receive the President’s report;
- To receive the Treasurer’s report re SCSES finance and table the unaudited financial statements for the financial year ended 31 March 2020.
- To call for nominations and elect the Board of Directors.
- To waive the appointment of auditors of the SCSES until the next annual general meeting of the Society; and
- Other business that may properly come before the meeting;
To participate at the AGM virtually, SCSES is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Chapman Creek AGM Zoom Meeting
Time: Wednesday, Jan 12, 2022, 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/76094863689?pwd=WGxNVUFPZnIrL2Z0VXI3Uk1MT0x5Zz09 Meeting ID: 760 9486 3689 Passcode: JA4jJz
- To be eligible to vote please ensure your annual membership is current. You can renew your membership, online at https://scsalmon.org/membership of in person and the hatchery.
Volunteers Key to Helping Coast Salmon-Sep 25, 2014
The Chapman Creek Hatchery on Field Road is a great place to take in the wonders of nature and to appreciate the work being done to help salmon enhancement. Thanks to recent rains, Coho and Pink salmon are presently vigorously swimming and leaping up Chapman Creek to spawn. And some come through the hatchery channel and into the hands of biologists, fish techs and volunteers, who come together to help increase salmon populations on the Coast.
Don Petry Powerhouse Micro Power Project Opens at Hatchery on Saturday July 5 2014
The Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society held the official opening of its micro turbine power project on Saturday, July 5.
The project uses three small hydro-electric turbines to generate up to 30,000 Kilowatt hours per year of electricity that will be fed back into the BC Hydro Grid.
This reduces the cost of operating for the Hatchery, reduces its carbon footprint, and makes it a greener facility… Read More at The Local