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TASC September-2 Newsletter 2021 Dear Member, Board Member Retirements Study Day 21st September, Griffin Inn Parking Outside the Quorndon Fox & Lifts AGM-2 Thursday 14th October Board Member Retirements Two of our most senior Board Members have indicated that they wish to retire from our Board at Christmas so we do need some more people. We are particularly interested in those who may have very recently retired and might wish to become involved in organising Outings. Study Day 21st September, Griffin Inn As you know, this went off very pleasingly well. Some 59 people attended. We have written an account of it for the National TAS Magazine concentrating of the efforts needed, coming out of the Pandemic, to sort out a face-to-face event of this size. This has been accepted, so please look out for it in their 19th October edition. Parking outside the Quorndon Fox As you know, on arrival your car number-plate is photographed. You then have to enter the building within a few minutes and register this number on the screen which is placed immediately inside the door. Then you have to purchase something, a drink, tea, juice, bottle of water etc. Once you have done this, your parking becomes free. We have received an offer of a lift for people from Thrussington via Seagrave, Sileby, Barrow, Cossington, Rothley, Mountsorrel, as well as three car parking spaces actually in Quorn. If this might suit you, please give me a ring at home. The Quorndon Fox car park will be open for our coming Meeting on Thursday 14th October but they are having building works done in the latter part of October and in November, so the car park will not be available to anyone for our Meeting on Thursday 11th November. AGM-2 Thursday 14th October 7.15pm The papers have already been sent out by email and those not on email should have received hard copy. Some hard copies will be made available on the day. There have been no additional Motions sent in to me by the deadline date of 23rd September. We will need to endorse and approve the decisions of the Virtual AGM we held in May and I will give a Report on the State of the Society; then we ought to be able to get on with our Lecture on Canals, which I am greatly looking forward to hearing. With best wishes, Michael Kelly michaeljohnkelly7@gmail.com 01509 890173 Chairman TASC