JCR Meeting Minutes 11/6/17

Minutes of the 2nd JCR meeting of Easter term

                                                                                    Sunday 11th of June, 7pm Dining Hall

Apologies are to be submitted to Owen MacCuish, JCR Chair at JCRapologies@gmail.com or to the Exec Mailbox by the Dining Hall before 12 noon on the day of the meeting.

  1. The minutes of the last meeting

These are available on the JCR website.

  1. Matters Arising

There are no matters arising.

  1. JCR Announcements

 

First Announcement:

By: Jack Parker

Tickets are sold for a South American Night

Charity for children of South America (they need support!!!)

Club night South America theme cost: 3 pounds

From Duck

 

Second Announcement

By: Esther Scriven

-Notice from Catherine Paine that you need to read about the College Award

-Mary’s Day is approaching and there are some spare spaces

  1. Questions of Officers

No questions were submitted.

These should be written down and put in the Exec Mailbox addressed to the JCR Chair by 6pm on the day before the meeting. Questions must be signed, although this does not mean your name will be read out in the meeting if you would like to remain anonymous.

 

  1. Motions
  2. Motion to ratify St. Mary’s Reading Society (Appendix A)

Proposed by: Bridie O’Connor

Not present at the meeting. Speech was read by Nadia.

Motion has passed

 

  1. Elections, Hustings and Interviews

 

  1. Toastie bar manager

Lewis Robinson

Proposed by: Helen Paton

Second by: Marie Martin

  • Has been the Toastie Bar Manager since November
  • Continue having the vegan options
  • Strong Freshers’ involvement next year
  • Get another toastie machine

Questions:

Q: Why does the toastie bar still owe me 50 quid?

A: Possibly because you haven’t gotten in touch with Tracy Holmes from finance.

 

Q: How are you going to prevent the toastie bar from running out of bread in the future?

A: Just by checking more often.

Q: Will the toastie bar be open for JCR meetings?

A: If people are up for that he is willing to organise it.

 

  1. AOB