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Latest News - 14/10/2018

Board Election Notice For AAFC Shareholders

Dear Shareholder

The Annan Athletic AGM on Friday 30th November 2018 is fast approaching.
Part of the process is for shareholder to apply to take up a place on the Annan Athletic Management Board is they wish to do so.
Going forward there will be 9 members of the board and once elected the successful candidates will stand for 3 years.
We currently have 10 board members and to get to the required nine, four of the current Board will stand down. The 4 were selected by ballot on Thursday night and these are,
Christopher Bell
Stephen Bryson
Terry O’Donnell
Gordon Hyslop

These individuals are free to stand for re-election

As stated previously 3 places on the Annan Athletic Board are available and applications to stand for election are now open. Any applicant must be at least 16 years of age and be a fully paid up shareholder.

A CV should accompany any application and should detail who you are, past achievements, posts held, etc. and what you wish to achieve for Annan Athletic in the future.

Any applications should be returned to the Club secretary by midnight Friday 19th October 2018

Applications should be sent to

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