The Wellington Regional AGM will be held on Wednesday 5th October in central Wellington, Exact Time & Location to be confirmed closer to the day.
The core regional business is the election of a regional committee for the 2016 - 17 year.
We hope to be part of the National AGM, via phone conference in order to hear and be involved in discussions. After the National AGM is complete, Wellington will hold their business. This means we’re not restricted to time, in order to finish up before the National AGM. We can go for as long as we please.
What are the requirements?
You must be a member of NZLARPS wellington branch.
The committee has a light workload and currently meets quarterly. There are occasional online discussions. However some roles, such as Marketing, Gear and Treasurer will require a greater time commitment.
How do I nominate someone?
Post their name and the position you are nominating them for below. Nominations must be accepted and seconded.
Yes, you can nominate yourself.
What are the roles?
There are five core positions:
Regional Director - runs committee, chairs committee meetings, acts as regional representative to national committee.
Secretary- keeps minutes at committee meetings, communicates committee decisions to members, deals with any formal mail.
Treasurer - handles the money
Gear Officer - handles storage and maintenance of society-owned equipment, keeps records of what we have and where it is.
Marketing Officer- promotes larp to outsiders in an effort to recruit more larpers; updates community on what games are running.
In addition, the Regional AGM can decide to appoint up to two General Officers to handle anything else that needs to be done / contribute to committee discussion. Currently we have two of these . The RGM will have to vote first whether those positions are necessary before any election to them is held (so people could be nominated and seconded for a position which may not in fact exist)
If you have any nominations, or Business, please comment below. Nominations close 27th September, in order to process and open up electronic voting for those that can’t attend due to timing or distance.