[vicsireland] Re: Update from VICS AGM 2009

  • From: "Maureen Newelll" <mcnewell@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <vicsireland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 14:32:06 +0100

Update from VICS AGM 2009Ciaran, well done to you and the committee for a 
successful year.  Just one thing, I don't recall hearing about the Limerick 
training day, where in Limerick was it held?

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Ciaran Ferry
  To: vicsireland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 10:52 AM
  Subject: [vicsireland] Update from VICS AGM 2009

  Hi all,

  As most of you are probably aware, the VICS AGM for 2009 took place last 
Saturday June 6th.

  Despite the terrible weather conditions in Dublin, a healthy number of you 
turned up and participated in what turned out to be an extremely lively 
meeting. Sincere thanks to you all.

  The new committee elected to serve for the coming year are as follows:

  Chairperson:     Ciaran Ferry

  Deputy Chair:    Joan Ann Brosnan

  Secretary:       Esmond Walshe

  Treasurer:       Tim Culhane

  PRO:             Derbhile Dromey

  Ordinary Member: Darragh O'Héiligh

  Ordinary Member: Nicky Kealy

  On behalf of the entire committee I'd like to thank everyone who elected us, 
we'll do our best over the next year to ensure that VICS continues to grow and 
prosper as a society.

  For those of you who couldn't make it on Saturday, here are some of last 
terms achievements:

  - Acted as judges of the accessibility category in the Irish Web Awards;
  - Ran 2 training days, one in Dublin and one in Limerick;
  - Organised a very well attended Information and Technology day in Cork;
  - Established a working group to research the free operating system Linux and 
it's built-in assistive software;
  - Participated in the TV Access Campaign;
  - Ran a business-focused seminar with the ICS to promote web accessibility;
  - Continued to operate an extremely lively email discussion list;

  If you'd like to contact any of the committee, please do so at any time. 
Comments and suggestions are always welcome. Updated contact details will be on 
the website shortly.



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