|Annual General Meeting
Meeting postponed due to Lockdown
Rockdale Senior Citizens Centre, 36 George St, Rockdale (map)
The Annual General meeting (AGM) is an important event for the St George Historical Society Inc (SGHS). It is an essential requirement for incorporated organisations. The AGM gives members, the local community, the general public, and the committee a broad overview of SGHS’s current direction, financial health, and confirms its purpose.
It is also the time to revitalise the SGHS through the official selection of members into committee positions.
Our society was founded in 1961. For over 60 years, our mission is the promotion and conservation of the history of the St George District.
Volunteering as a SGHS committee member is a great way to get involved in our mission and contribute to your local community.
The Committee for 2021-2022 will be elected during the AGM. To nominate To nominate for a position, visit the Contact page. All nominations will be voted upon by members.
SGHS Committee positions:
- SGHS has complied with relevant legislation, accounting standards and the corporations regulations;
- The financial statements show a true and fair view of the financial result of fundraising appeals conducted during the year;
- Records were properly kept;
- All fundraising monies collected have been properly accounted for; and
- The financial viability of the SGHS and ability to pay its debts.
We hope to serve coffee, tea and even bikkies in a COVID-safe manner.
Our usual COVID rules apply: sign on with name and phone number, socially distanced seating, cleaning surfaces after the meeting.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
|Saturday 19 June 2021 2pm at Rockdale Senior Citizens Centre, 36 George St, Rockdale
Tina Workman - What's Happening at Lydham Hall?
Dr. Garry Darby - Kogarah Historical Society's Local History Prize
|Saturday 15 May 2021 2pm at Rockdale Senior Citizens Centre, 36 George St, Rockdale
Guest Speaker: Dr. Greg Jackson, Archaeologist and volunteer with the Australian National Maritime Museum: North Head Quarantine Station
From the early 19th century, arrivals to Australia who were suspected of having an infectious disease, were held in quarantine until it was considered safe to release them. What was it like to be in quarantine? Exploring the history and archaeology of Sydney’s North Head Quarantine Station will answer this question.
|Saturday 20 Feb 2021 2pm at Rockdale Senior Citizens Centre, 36 George St, Rockdale
Guest Speaker: Kieren Hannon: The Cato Street Conspirators
In 1820 these English radicals intended to kill the British Prime Minister and members of the cabinet to inspire an uprising. There was an informer in their midst and their plan was thwarted.
The conspirators who were not executed for treason were banished to Australia. Kieren has studied the subject intensively and followed what happened to those who were exiled.