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SERVOL CREDIT UNION
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED.
91 Frederick Street, Port of Spain
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Thirteenth Annual General Meeting of the
Servol Credit Union Cooperative Society Limited will be held at the Kampo
Vibes Restaurant, 53 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas, on Saturday 17th
February 2018 at 9.00 a.m. for the following purposes:
(1) To confirm the minutes if the Twelfth Annual General Meeting
(2) To receive and consider the Reports of the Board of Directors, Credit,
Supervisory, Education and Nomination Committees.
(3) To receive the Audited Accounts for the fiscal period ended
August. 31, 2017
(4) To declare dividends for the year ended august. 31st. 2017
(5) To approve the Honorarium for the year 2017.
(6) To elect members of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Credit
(7) To appoint Auditors for the year 2018
(8) To transact any other business of the Society that is properly brought
before the House.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Thataree Chandool-Lewis (Mrs.)
REGISTRATION STARTS AT 8.00 A.M.
BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED FROM 8.15A.M.
NOTICE is hereby given that by lawful
authority under the Provision of the Liquor
Licences Act Chapter 84:10 the Licensing
Committee for the Licensing District of ARIMA
has appointed TUESDAY 06 FEBRUARY, 2018 at
the hour of 9.00 o’clock in the forenoon at the
ARIMA MAGISTRATE’S COURT as the day, hour
and place at which a SPECIAL SESSION will be
held to hear and determine the application of
CARLISSA OLIVER of Lp 72 Malabar Road,
Arima for a Certificate authorizing the said
CARLISSA OLIVER to carry on the business of
a SPIRIT RETAILER’S LICENCE in respect of
premises situated at Lp 72 Malabar Road, Arima.
Dated this 05th day of January, 2018 at the Arima
Moonilal calls on Govt to rescue cricket
Dr Roodal Moonilal, who has supported
cricket extensively in his community, is
making a call to the Government to res-
cue the sport which is in dire need of
Speaking to Guardian Media,
Moonilal said, “I have read with inter-
est the problems being faced by the
T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) in terms
of the financial position the sport has
found it self in, and it’s disturbing.
The government continues to sit by
and allow our institutions to fall apart.
Cricket is interwoven into the fabric of
our society and the authorities are just
allowing it to fall into ruins.
“Recently, I was informed by the
president of the TTCB that the Board
got only 10 per cent of its subvention
from SPORTT and also it has been un-
able to get NGC to come back into the
fold as a major sponsor.
The Board from what I
understand is trying its
best to seek sponsorship,
but it is finding it very dif-
ficult because businesses
that normally support the
sport, are struggling and
cannot afford to help.
Imagine it has gotten so
bad that even the guy
with the grocery store at
the corner in the commu-
nity can’t help the village
side with the normal few
cases of water, “ the for-
mer Housing Minister
He said, “T&T Cricket
Board has created a well
known world class brand
the Red Force for T20
cricket and the Govern-
ment hasn’t seen it fit to
partner with the Board
and market this. We pro-
duce the best T20 players
in the world right here in this country
and this market has not been tapped
into. I am suggesting to the Govern-
ment that they look into this matter
with urgency and probably they can
get funding through the NLCB which is
not in the red. I have looked at different
models in terms of where assistance
for sporting bodies comes from across
the region and a number of them are
getting help from their lotteries board.
The Government needs to go this way
here in T&T and help the TTCB, as I
continue to say let cricket put a bat in a
youth hand, instead of a gun.”
The TTCB has made the decision to
not organise its annual 50 overs tour-
nament and is now playing only the
two-day league and the T20 tourna-
ment. The Board has even gone as far
as to cut all funding to clubs and even
cut all prize monies into half for the
Dr Roodal Moonilal, centre, in conversation with president of the TTCB Azim Bassarath, right, at the Southern
Sports prize giving ceremony in Debe in November.
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