Centre News Stories
Below are a few stories which may be of interest to anyone who attends the centre regularly.
There are vacancies on the Executive Committee, one of which is due to Michael Minton resigning as Chairman and from the Executive Committee. He
wishes me to state that his reason for doing so is that his proposals for the Association's future were not compatible with the wishes of the Executive Committee.
Read more details in the
February's 2018 Newsletter.
The Vice Chairman Marie Morgan has automatically assumed the role of Acting Chairman temporarily.
New Milton Art Group has elected its first President.
Jan Wells – a member of the group for 48 years was unanimously elected President at the EGM held on 28 February.
Before she joined the Art Group, Jan was placed on a waiting list for a year!
In Honour of Jan's election, The Art Group is planning to hold a special "Presidents Day" at the Community Centre on 28 March 2018.
Invited Guests will join Art Group Members for a fun afternoon of speeches, competitions and presentations.
Centre Brochure Available
Click the cover picture to view all the other pages in the Brochure.
Cribbage is on Tuesday, not Monday.
Michael Minton has resigned and the role of Chair is now vacant.
Sorry for the errors.
Ask at reception for a copy.
The Community Centre at Christmas Festival 2017
New Milton and District Community Association AGM 2017
The Annual General Meeting of the New Milton and District Community Association was at 7 PM on Friday 9
th June 2017, open to ALL members.
The previous 2016 meeting minutes were approved, five A4 size pages, 2016 AGM Minutes.pdf (217 KBytes).
2017 AGM minutes (252 KBytes PDF file) six A4 size pages and
the Annual Report and financial Statements for the year ending 31 December 2017 is available as two files
The Annual Report (220 KBytes PDF file)
nine A4 size pages and
The Financial Statement (535 KBytes PDF files) twelve A4 size pages.
At the meeting, Michael Minton was appointed as the new chairman, as Malcolm Swan was standing down. Thank you Malcolm for your service over the last few years.