AGM 2014 Report Posted February 4, 2015 by jennybutler

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This year’s Annual General Meeting took place in London on Saturday 15th November 2014, and Vicki Roberts kindly volunteered to be Acting Chair. Vicki summarised that it had been an interesting year again and that times are changing which could be a good thing if we accept, change and evolve with them font to.

NEW MEMBERS OF COUNCIL

Ros Coombs introduced Guy Bridger who joined Council at the beginning of 2014 and he gave a brief summary of how he feels about the Radionic Association and how to promote radionics.  He feels there is much enthusiasm on Council for the future background images.

Carol Bamber-Judd was then introduced.  Carol qualified in September this year.  She thanked Council for inviting her to join and is happy to serve.  Carol is based in Majorca but travels back to the UK frequently media player for free windows 8.

SCHOOL NEWS

Council are presently running the School in order to save money and see how the process evolves before it is decided when to appoint a School Co-Ordinator.  We were delighted that 17 students joined us for the Access 1 course in September, and that some of these students are now being tutored by our Practitioners in preparation for Access 2 in March fertige powerpoint präsentation herunterladen.

Membership Certificates were presented to Carol Bamber Judd and Mirto Ferrandino, and Licentiate Certificate to Jennifer Foster by the Association’s President, Lady Londonderry angry birds 2 kostenlosen vollversion.

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GUEST SPEAKER

Our meeting was followed by Guest Speaker, Roger Meacock MRCVS, who gave a marvellous presentation on his work incorporating complementary medicine alongside his veterinary practice download the isle for free. Roger MeacockThis event was recorded and we hope to be able to offer this DVD for sale in the future Instagram videos download app. A link to Roger’s website is available by visiting our weblinks page (under Health & Healing) herunterladen.

The full minutes of the meeting will be published in the next issue of our Radionic Journal.