Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Time: 6 pm
Location: Yukon Transportation Museum, 30 Electra Crescent, Whitehorse
Join us for an overview of YHMA's activities over the past year and what's in store for the coming year, the presentation of our 2017-18 financial statements, and the election of our 2018-19 Board of Directors. We will also be unveiling our new mission, vision, and strategic plan. Light refreshments will be provided.
We are delighted also to host YHMA member Kathy Gates for a special talk on George Black's journey to the Yukon following the business portion of the evening (start time approximately 7:30; see description below).
There will be a Special Resolution presented during the meeting:
Be it resolved that the Yukon Historical & Museums Association requests an exemption from the Registrar of Societies to waive the requirement of a financial review by a professional accountant for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2018.
All current and potential members are welcome. Please note that only members in good standing are eligible to vote. You can visit our membership page to review our membership options and download an application form, or purchase a membership at the door.
If you are a member in good standing and would like to cast a proxy vote, please fill out and return a proxy vote appointment form. You can download the form here or pick up a copy at the YHMA office, 3126 3rd Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 1E7. All proxy vote appointment forms must be received at the YHMA office by 4:30 pm on Monday, June 18, 2018 for delivery to the Chairperson presiding over the meeting, or delivered directly to the Chairperson presiding over the meeting prior to its commencement.
Are you potentially interested in becoming a Director, or unsure of your membership status? Drop us a line at email@example.com or call us at 867-667-4704 for more information.
Special Talk: Ho! for the Klondike
Join historian Kathy Gates as she takes you along on George Black’s remarkable journey to the Yukon in 1898. He was known as “The M.P. for the North Pole.” He rose to prominence as Speaker of the House of Commons, and he dominated Yukon Politics for half a century. But he got his start just like thousands of others during the Klondike Gold rush. His name was George Black.