Elections loom at Empire FC

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One of the country’s most successful sporting institutions, the Empire Football Club, will host its Annual General Meeting (AGM) next week, during which the membership will elect a new executive body.
This is according to Public Relations Officer (PRO), Anthony Stuart, who has encouraged the club’s members to ensure they are up to date financially heading into the important meeting.
“So we are asking all of our members, players, prospective members to come out on Wednesday 5th July at King George V Restoration Ground in the community building. If you haven’t paid your dues as yet, you can always get in touch with Mr Kennedy Greenaway who is the treasurer and pay up your dues and if you can’t find him then come the evening and pay the dues,” he said.
The Gray’s Farm club lost its president, Lennie Quashie, during last season’s Premier Division competition after the former player resigned midway through the competition.
Quashie cited differences with some members of the club as his main reason for leaving.
Stuart said that a number of individuals have expressed a desire to serve in various positions within the club.
“We have our sitting interim president, Harry Elvin, and he might be or might not be [interested] so he is there as a player [candidate] and we have floor members and former players. I can tell you that Veron [Epilus] Edwards is a former player that is interested in coming in full force into the management of football, so we have persons who are definitely looking forward to take Empire to the next level,” he said.
The positions of president, first vice president, second vice president, secretary, treasurer, public relations officer and floor members will filled during next Wednesday’s AGM.

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