ANAVETs to host special general meeting over future of the club

A special joint meeting will take place at the Penticton club

By Brennan Phillips

Special to the Western News

The Army Navy and Air Force Veterans Unit have been called to a meeting to address the Penticton club’s future.

Following the club’s closure by the Provincial Command in September and it’s subsequent reopening in October and second closure in November, the future of Unit 97 has been uncertain. Answers to the questions of the members of Unit 97 may soon be answered.

Related: Penticton ANAVETs members want information on club closure

A special joint meeting between the Dominion Command, Provincial Command, and the General Membership of 2017 and 2018 members of ANAVETs in Penticton’s Unit 97 has been called for. During the meeting, discussions and decisions over the unit’s future will be made.

The meeting will take place in the clubrooms of Unit 97 on Feb 24. The meeting is set to begin at 10:30 a.m., and entrance is limited to members of the unit by membership card.

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