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Annual General Meeting

DRDCF 20th Anniversary -Supporting our Community and Volunteers

2022 AGM Monday, June 27th 7:00 pm Deep River Public Library Program Room or by Zoom

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  • Guest Speaker: Joanne Haskin, President and Spokesperson for The Circle of Turtle Lodge,  "Starting a Community’s Journey towards Reconciliation and Healing".

  • Review of the 2021 Annual Report

  • Highlights on 2022 and what we still have planned

Information for the AGM click links

The Deep River & District Community Foundation (DRDCF) is holding its 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Deep River Public Library Program Room (or via Zoom) on Monday, June 27, at 7:00 pm.  Members of the Foundation will be able to vote at the meeting. To become a member please go to www.drdcf.ca/membership. We hope that you will attend the meeting to learn more about what an exciting year 2021 was and how 2022 is shaping up.  As well, we are thrilled to announce Joanne Haskin,  President and Spokesperson for The Circle of Turtle Lodge, as our special guest speaker.  Her talk is entitled "Starting a Community’s Journey towards Reconciliation and Healing".

The Circle of Turtle Lodge has been reviving, promoting, and restoring the traditional culture and teachings of the Indigenous People of the Ottawa Valley as well as helping Indigenous People access Ceremony and Teachings from Traditional Elders and Spiritual Leaders, since 1999.  In 2015, the Lodge became a Registered Charity. 

 

Joanne Haskin is also the Pembroke Algonquin College Kampus Kokum (Anishinaabe for Grandmother).  At the Pembroke Campus, the Kokum provides cultural and traditional insight, support and personal consultation for Indigenous students or in group talking circles. Joanne is also a Certified Wellness and Addictions counsellor at the Robbie Dean Family Counseling Centre.  Since 2015 she has had a private practice focused on Indigenous Wellness, Addictions Prevention, Trauma Therapy, Therapeutic Touch, Acupuncture Detoxification and Group Therapies.

We look forward to you joining us for our AGM and very informative presentation on Monday, June 27.

For more information please go to our website www.drdcf.ca/agm or contact us at info@drdcf.ca.

If you are interested in becoming more involved with the DRDCF as a Board or Committee member or have any questions, please contact info@drdcf.ca.  Learn more at Our Board and Committees and Governance 

Past AGMs

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2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) 
 June 30, 2021, 

AGM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Presentation: How the Model Chalk River Train Station found its new home

  • Announcement: Largest donation in DRDCF History

  • Annual Report: 2020 what an exciting and challenging year it was

  • 2021 is shaping up to be another great year

Download PDF files

  1.  2021 AGM Agenda

  2. 2020 AGM Draft Minutes

  3. 2020/21 AGM Annual Report Presentation

  4. 2020 Financial Statement 

 

2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM)  

September  30, 2020

PDF copies of the information for the Meeting

  1. 2020 September 23rd AGM Agenda

  2. 2019 June AGM Minutes for Approval

  3. 2020 September AGM Presentation

  4. 2019 Financial Statement 

  5. Zoom Meeting Guidance

 

2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) 

2019 June 24

  1. 2019 June AGM presentation Slide Deck