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Stephen Elliott IKGH.President@europe.com
We have now received a message from every IKGH member club giving support to me as the new President. I thank you all for that and I would also like to take this opportunity to give many thanks from myself and on behalf of every club and every member of the IKGH, to Eddy Vanvoorden, the outgoing President. He has had a very successful seven year term in office. As well as the day to day organising and problems to deal with, Eddy has also introduced a new way to assess female guppies. Eddy's term in office also confirmed a new definitive version of the IKGH rules and regulations that we can now all work from. He has a been a great ambassador for the IKGH and membership has been increased. Thank you Eddy !
I would also like to extend the thanks to the other officials and helpers that assisted Eddy with his work. Denis Barbe, L'ubomir Smiga, Rene Wolff and Peter Dyhr.
So now my work begins.
I have asked that Peter Dyre continues his excellent work with the IKGH website and with the show results analysis. Thank you Peter !
I have requested that an audit is completed on the finances of the IKGH so that we have a smooth and concise hand over from one regime to the next. We shall also investigate the opening of a new bank account for the IKGH.
I have also requested that L'ubomire Smiga and Peter Eder become my Vice Presidents. If anybody has any objection to this whatsoever then they must respond by 7th January 2017 otherwise these worthy candidates are duly elected unopposed. My thanks to both for agreeing to take the jobs.
I will also ask some worthy and respected individuals to help as advisers and assistants.
We will have a great team to conduct all the IKGH business.
If there are any questions, issues or any formal communication for me please contact me with this email new address. IKGH.President@Europe.com
My first task will be to make a mailing and contact list, so I will be in touch in the near future.
When I have settled in a bit, I will contact you all further to report on progress.