Summons to the Annual Meeting 2017
The board of UPF summons all the UPF members to the annual meeting, which will be held on September 28th in Eden 236 at 18:15. All UPF members are welcome, and those who have been members since September 14th are eligible to vote. At the meeting the members will decide the budget for the coming board year, vote on changes to the association’s bylaws, and elect a Deputy Head of the Election Committee.
Note: Motions must be sent in to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than September the 23th.
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