Queen’s College Association 2010 Annual General Meeting Results

QCThe 2010 Annual General Meeting of the Queen’s College Association was held on January 30, in the School’s Lecture Theatre, Husbands, St. James. While the election of the 2010 Executive Committee was an important part of the agenda, the attendees were pleased to hear from principal Dr. David Browne as he gave a detailed account of the school’s activities and achievements during the 2008-2009 school year.

Dr. Browne drew attention to the excellent scholastic results, including a record number of Barbados Scholarship and Exhibition winners. Queen’s College also performed at a very high level in various sporting disciplines, despite being somewhat hampered by the lack of a sports pavilion. Mention was also made of the Queen’s College Strategic Plan 2009-2014, and the Report of the Teachers’ Professional Day 2009, with the theme: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving.

Other highlights of the meeting included the election of a new Executive Committee. This comprises the following posts and officers:

PresidentMary Hope
Vice PresidentAnnette Beckett
Hon. SecretaryGayle Drakes
Assistant SecretaryNancii Yearwood
Hon. TreasurerDonnya Piggott
PROKathie Daniel
Committee MemberSherry Cumberbatch
Committee MemberDionne Knight
Committee MemberPatricia Wickham
Committee MemberCheryl Yearwood
Staff RepresentativeAlison Baptiste
Immediate Past PresidentJ. E. Michael Hinds

Newly re-elected President Mary Hope led a spirited and wide-ranging discussion of plans to raise funds for the much needed sports pavilion, increasing the membership of the QCA, the possibility of creating a discount card for members, and ways of helping the school achieve its various goals.

All past students of Queen’s College are warmly invited to join the Association as soon as possible! Information and membership forms can be sent via email or regular mail. Interested persons may contact Kathie Daniel at 435-1660 or 268-1496 or via email: kathie@southpawgrafix.biz

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