Transition Sooke AGM

Videos, pastries, votes on the menu for annual general meeting

Transition Sooke’s Annual General Meeting is set for Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Little Vienna Bakery. The evening’s business begins at 6:45 p.m. and, to further entice you out for the evening, Stephen Hindrichs will then present the fourth in his series of video evenings at the bakery. Starting at 7:30 p.m., he’ll screen a hand-picked selection of short, inspiring, resolutely upbeat (no gloom/doom, thank you) clips on subjects of interest to the Transition-minded. Thanks to our hosts Susan and Michael Nyikes, who’ll again keep the front counter open for sales of food and drink.

All members are welcome to the AGM, and we invite nominations for our board of directors via return email or when a call for interest is made on the night.  The core team meets on the second Tuesday of every month at a director’s home.

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