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SCCA 2004 Eastern AGM Convention

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Annual General Meeting
Presentation of Awards and Winning Videos
Friday, October 8th, 2004

Stoney Creek City Hall

     The Annual General Meeting of the Society of Canadian Cine Amateurs will be held on Friday, October 8th, in the Council Chambers at the former Stoney Creek City Hall. This beautiful new building was suddenly made redundant when Stoney Creek was forced into the New City of Hamilton, and currently houses several departments of Hamilton City Hall (which didn’t need to be located downtown) and a local branch of the Hamilton Public Library. The municipalities forced to submit to annexation have been allowed to continue to use their own names for postal purposes and proud traditions, and the building now has two very different signs in front of the building, Stoney Creek City Hall and Hamilton Public Library Stoney Creek Branch, which is mentioned here so that those looking for it won’t be confused.

Council Chambers
     We will begin the Program at 2:00 PM with a screening of selected old films from the CIAFF Library, which has proved very popular since it was introduced in recent years. The AGM, with the Presentation of Committee Reports, Elections of Officers, and members’ discussion of questions raised from the floor by Members will follow, and usually concludes within the hour.

     We'll also have a demonstration of Band-in-a-Box 2004, featuring some of the newest additions to its already amazing capabilities for producing original copyright free music for your own videos.

     At 5:00 PM we’ll adjourn and go to a local restaurant (1 kilometer) for supper, and then reconvene at 7:00 PM for the Screening of Winning Videos from the 2004 SCCA Annual Competition, and the Presentation of Awards. We expect to conclude the evening by 10:00 PM.

     The maps included here should make it easy for everyone to find the Stoney Creek City Hall. Those coming from Brantford, Toronto, and Niagara will most likely come via the Queen Elizabeth Highway, and will find it very easy to take Exit #83 from either direction, turn south (away from Lake Ontario) onto Fruitland Road, and turn left at the second traffic light onto Highway #8, heading east. Stoney Creek City Hall is at the intersection of Highway #8 and Jones Road.

There is plenty of free parking! And NO ADMISSION CHARGE!

     We hope you will be able to attend, but urge all those who can’t to PLEASE MAIL IN YOUR PROXIES. The SCCA is a Federally Regulated Charity, and can’t legally conduct our legally required meeting without a quorum!


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