Thursday, August 26, 2010

Akelco Calls General Assembly Meeting

Akelco, "Your Light for a Better Life!" will hold its 27th Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA) in Lezo, Aklan on Saturday from 1:30 o’clock in the afternoon, August 28.

This year’s theme is "Sustainability in the Face of Electric Cooperative Enormous Challenges". Those expected to attend during the Assembly are the consumer – members from all over Aklan, and Pandan and Libertad, Antique.

The participants are expected to arrive between 12:30 to 1:30 o’clock in the afternoon.

The whole program includes the presentation of tokens to all very important persons as they arrive.

Engr. Celso D. Tajanlangit, Board of Directors (BOD) secretary will recognize the delegates and guests. Mr. Paterno I. Ibarreta – BOD vice president will deliver the opening remarks.

Atty. Ariel B. Gepty – member, BOD will introduce the guest speaker, Hon. Carlito S. Marquez, provincial governor. After his speech. Hon. Florencio T. Miraflores, congressman of Aklan and vice governor Gabrielle V. Calizo-Quimpo will also deliver their respective inspirational messages.

Mr. Wayne T. Malilay – president, BOD and General Manager Chito R. Peralta will present the Plaques to the guests.

Mr. Rolyvic Afable will entertain the guests and participants with his intermission number.

The opening program over, business meeting will follow to be presided by the BOD president Wayne T. Malilay.

Engr. Celso D. Tajanlangit will show the "Proof of Due Notice" of the assembly and declare if there is a quorum. He will also present the minutes of the previous Annual General Membership Assembly for consideration of the assembly.

Mr. Wayne T. Malilay, president will deliver his report. This will be followed by General Manager Chito R. Peralta’s GM’s report.

Consideration of new business will follow, then other matters. Having taken up all the matters in the agenda, adjournment follows.

Part IV of the assembly is Raffle draw. What are the prizes? Maybe one of the valuable prizes is one year supply of electricity? /MP

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