Minutes of The 6th AGM and Reunion
TSGK Sports Club, Königslutter
15th May 1999
The meeting was opened at 1105hrs
A minutes silence was held for 3 members
who had passed away during 1998/99.
Hugh Howton, Peter Wardle & Terry Wright.
The Secretary introduced Jim Husband who was deputising in the
absence of our Chairman. Jim welcomed all the members attending
The Secretary read the apologies from members who were unable to
attend the AGM.
The minutes of the 1998 reunion in Loughborough were distributed
for members to read. The Secretary asked if there were any
queries arising from the 1998 minutes, there were none, so the
Secretary asked for a proposal to accept, this was proposed by
Eric Sadler and seconded by Ernie Callaghan.
The Secretary's Report. A
letter was read out from the RSA giving details of the Annual
RSA weekend in Blandford on June 26/27th. Another letter had
been received from the Royal Corps of Signals Pipes & Drums in
Glasgow, asking if we could donate some money to help them
purchase new sets of pipes, the members agreed to a donation of
£50. This was proposed by Ernie Callaghan and seconded by Peter
Westwell. Another letter had been received from a company in
Dorset telling us that for £10, they could restore old photo's.
The Secretary then spoke about the Reunion 2000. He had made
enquiries for the Milton Keynes area, with a view for a visit to
Bletchley Park. He explained that the hotel costs were very high
there, so it was decided to hold the reunion in Loughborough.
This was proposed by Tom Neal and seconded by John Skipper.
The Secretary thanked the members living in Königslutter for all
the work they had put in, in getting members fixed up with
accommodation and for arranging the meal and raffle. John
Richardson, Sid Hicken & DaveTwigg were given a long hand clap.
He also thanked Dave Rounce who had travelled from the Bahamas
and Alan Webster from Switzerland, for attending. Thanks were
also given to the Bürgemeister, Arnulf Baumann for attending the
AGM. Another letter had been received from John Dunford, asking
if any of our members knew a Dave Roberts, but he was not known
to any member. The Secretary the asked members if they would all
assemble outside for a group photo, when the AGM had finished.
The Treasurer's Report. Copies of
the annual figures were distributed amongst members. The
Treasurer gave a run down on the figures, and we were told that
our bank account was very healthy. This was proposed by
Eric Sadler and seconded by Ernie Callaghan. The Treasurer then
a letter to the Bürgermeister from the Mayor of Loughborough for
the people of Königslutter.
The election of the committee for
the next twelve months. The Chairman was unable to stand
again due to family and business commitments, and proposed that
Jim Husband take on this post. All other committee members were
prepared to stand for a further twelve months. This was put to
the members, this was proposed by Peter Westwell and seconded by
The Reunion 2000. As is
mentioned earlier, it was decided to hold next years reunion in
Loughborough. This was proposed by Stuart McLeod and seconded by
The Secretary introduced the Bürgermeister Arnulf Baumann. He
welcomed us all to Königslutter and thanked us all for asking
him to attend our functions. He spoke of his pride in wearing
the Langeleben tie and his association with our branch. He then
continued his speech in German, which was translated by Dave
Twigg into English.
The Secretary then announced that we would be marching in the
Schutzen Fest procession and all members to assemble at the
Kaiserdom at 1400hrs.
The meeting closed at1140hrs.
14 January 2017