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Circular – 3 November 2020

Proxies for RSL NSW Annual State Congress/Annual General Meeting 2020

 sub-Branch Delegates who cannot attend the Annual State Congress/Annual General Meeting (held online on Monday 7 December 2020) may appoint the Chair, a Director or their sub-Branch District Council Delegate as a proxy to vote on their behalf in accordance with clause 15.52 and Appendix C of the RSL NSW Constitution.

Members are reminded that the definition of “District Council Delegate” is the representative elected or appointed by each sub-Branch to represent the sub-Branch on the District Council. District Council Delegates must be Service Members attached to the nominating sub-Branch.

To appoint your proxy, please download the proxy form found on the Congress page of Members’ Suite on the RSL NSW website.

Proxy forms must be submitted in writing by email or post to the Returning Officer and must be received by 5pm on 30 November 2020, being five business days before the Annual General Meeting. Email is the preferred method for the form to be received at ANZAC House. If sending by post, please ensure it is posted by 16 November 2020.

 

Returning Officer

Jeff O’Brien

Email: support@rslnsw.org.au

Post:    RSL NSW

ANZAC House

Level 5, 341 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

Once the proxy form has been received by the Returning Officer, a team member from ANZAC House will confirm acceptance with the Delegate and their proxy.

If you require further assistance with your proxy form, please contact the Support Unit at support@rslnsw.org.au or on 1300 679 775.

 

 

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