Notice of Annual General Meeting
This notice is to advise you of the upcoming annual general meeting of the members of Bardon Bowls Club Inc. Details of the meeting are as follows:
Members present and able to vote will be invited to:
accept the minutes of the last annual general meeting as a true and correct record of the proceedings of that meeting
adopt the auditor’s report and annual financial statements
appoint 2021/22 auditors
elect the board
appointment of club patron
Secretary | Bardon Bowls Club
Our fiscal performance summary
We are pleased to inform our members that we have delivered the best performance in the 10 year recorded history because of our focus on technology, operations process improvement in addition to the continued strength in counter-sales to our loyal and increasing community customers.
We were able to deliver revenue, margin, and earnings-per-member growth despite facing a difficult transitionary year marked by the installation of a new management committee, new operations leadership and a new operating environment resulting from the covid pandemic.
Our working capital reserves, net of infrastructure investment has increased 4-fold from $65K with unaudited member equity totalling one quarter of a million dollars, a $200K from our last AGM.
None of this would have been possible without the dedication of our exceptional team members; we thank them for their commitment to you, our valued members, and our other community customer.
Treasurer | Bardon Bowls Inc
Our club by the numbers
Funding from local and federal grants
Increase in Members Equity
New events and activities
Increase in topline revenue for same previous period
Average number of weekly barefoot bowlers
New revenue streams in addition to core beverage service
How to get involved
Register below or simply arrive on the night.
Where relevant the above quoted measures are provided on Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, Amortisation, and Grants (EBITDAG) on a non-gaap basis for the period Jul 15 2020 through July 1 2021. Measures are rounded to the nearest decimal. Reporting is subject to accounting treatments, tax requirements and or other lawful requirements.