2020 Members Exclusive

Tuesday, October 20 | 3 - 5:30 pm

2020 Annual Meeting
Important notice to attendees:
Three votes will take place during the meeting: approval of the 2019 annual meeting minutes, election of board members and a bylaws amendment. Only current members who have made a monetary donation of $25 or more since February 11, 2018 may cast a vote. Votes will be cast individually, therefore if you have two members per household, you must each be logged in on two devices, otherwise only one vote will be cast per household.

Registration for the annual meeting has closed. Please email annualmeeting@keeptahoeblue.org with questions or if you need the link to the member packet. Those that have registered will receive login information on Monday October 19.

Members will vote on the election of directors and the bylaws amendment, and may conduct other business, therefore admittance to the event requires current membership status. If you would like to renew your membership, please make a gift today.

Volunteers may attend this event but will not vote unless they are also current members.

Please join us virtually on October 20, 2020 for the 63rd Members Exclusive annual meeting of the League to Save Lake Tahoe. Our CEO and board of directors will provide an update on our progress to ensure the Lake we love is resilient in the face of climate change and ever-intensifying human impacts.

Just like our world, Lake Tahoe is changing. Our commitment to Keep Tahoe Blue is not.

We are so grateful for your unwavering support.

3:00 - 3:15 pm: WELCOME
A welcome from our board president

3:15 - 4:00 pm: ACTION ITEMS
Call to order
Board member, staff and volunteer recognition
Determination of quorum
Approval of minutes
Election of board members
Vote on amendment of bylaws
Finance report

4:00 - 5:00 pm: CEO'S CORNER
Our CEO discusses the challenges facing Lake Tahoe and our work to protect it Q&A

5:00 - 5:30 pm: FINAL REMARKS and Q & A
Results of 2019 annual meeting minutes, 2020 board member slate and bylaws amendment vote
Board president delivers closing remarks

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