AGM 2022 – 20 June 2022

AGM 2022 – 20 June 2022

A reminder that the AGM is scheduled to take place on Monday, 20 June at 2pm. This year’s AGM will be a hybrid meeting, with in-person attendance at the Clayton Hotel Charlemont, located in Charlemont St., Dublin 2. Online attendance will be hosted via Zoom. A light lunch will be served after the AGM to in-person attendees.

Documentation for the 2022 Early Childhood Annual General Meeting was circulated via a dedicated email to all active members recently.

The email included a link to the 2021 annual report, and we hope all our members will find it informative and enjoy reading about the work of the organisation over the year, and the many and varied projects and initiatives undertaken.

Attendance is free for paid-up members, but advance registration is required via this link. You will be asked for your membership number when registering, and whether you will attend remotely or in person. So please have this information ready.

Online registration will close in advance, at 12pm on Thursday, 16 June so we can ensure that everyone has the correct login details if attending the meeting remotely.

Again, if you cannot attend the AGM, we would ask you to complete the proxy form (supplied with the recent email notification and also available here.) Please return this form by email to Rita Dolan rdolan@earlychildhoodireland.ie by 12pm on Friday, 17 June 2022.

Meanwhile, if you would like a copy of the AGM documentation to be re-sent to you, please email rdolan@earlychildhoodireland.ie .

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