Category Archives: Meeting

SDIPN 2018 Mid Year Meeting

The SDIPN 2018 Mid Year Membership & Business meeting will take place Sunday, June 17th from 3—5 pm in the Otello room at Yeoryia Studios, in the Epic Security Bldg., 2067 Broadway,5th Floor Between 71st & 72nd Streets, New York, NY 10023.

The agenda will include:

  • REPORTS:
    • Remembrances of Ann Eagan and a report on  the Celebration of Life event held in her honor.
    • Remembrances and reflections on the passing of SDIPN member and long time activist Noz Cavlan.
    • SDIPN Earth Day event in Battery Park .
    • SDIPN Left Forum panel “Bailouts – Decommissioning — Just Transition.”
    • Poor People’s Campaign.
  • DISCUSSIONS:
    • How to get youth involved with SDIPN and organizing a Youth Speak Up.
    • Other ideas for “themed meetings.”
    • Brainstorming on activities and events for SDIPN fund raisers.

DIRECTIONS: Take the #1 subway or the M104 bus to 72nd Street. The building is directly across the street from the subway station on the West side of Broadway.

The meeting is open to the public and we welcome your participation.

#SHUTDOWNIPNOW

Advertisements

SDIPN Annual Meeting Report

The SDIPN Annual Meeting took place at the Church of St. Paul And St. Andrew on West 86th St. this past Saturday, Feb. 27th. An annual business meeting in February was established at our January meeting, along with two other scheduled meetings that will take place in late May and late October.

The main order of business was the election of officers for the 2016 term. Officers are elected to one year terms and may serve three consecutive terms.

Re-elected were Chair, Carl Lundgren and Treasurer, Ann Eagan. John Reynolds, who had served as Secretary, was elected to the new office of Corresponding Secretary. In a vote taken prior to the election, a proposal to divide the office of Secretary into the offices of Corresponding and Recording Secretaries was approved by consensus. No candidate came forward to run for Recording Secretary so John will assume both positions until a candidate can be found. Continue reading