Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Vote for Me in CalChess Board of Directors Election

The election for CalChess Board of Directors will be held at 30th August 7 PM at Berkeley Chess School located at 1581 Le Roy Ave, Berkeley, California. You can find the announcement in CalChess website or in this link or simply read it below which I copied. 

If you are current member of CalChess and over 14 years of old, you are eligible for giving a vote. You have to make sure your membership didn't expire before August 30th 2014. You can check the membership list here. To give the vote you have to be physically present in that location that day.

If you are interested to run for the election yourself as one of the candidates, you will need to send an email to CalChess President Tom Langland. You should go through the updated CalChess ByLaws. And of course you have ask the voters to vote for you.

I have decided to run for the board this year. So I ask your vote. Now let me tell you what value I can add to the board. In fact when I emailed to apply for the position to Tom I offerred the below 6 items as how I can add value to the board. 
  1. Improving the CalChess Web Site
  2. Write article in CalChess Journal
  3. Chess Event Coverage
  4. Focus outside of Scholastic Chess
  5. Improve CalChess Social Web Presence
  6. Attracting Corporate World Into Chess

So while it will be a bit of drive for you, but I hope you will vote for me in this CalChess Board of Directors election as well as tell your friends to vote for me.


CalChess 2014 Annual General Meeting Date Set
August 17, 2014
by Tom Langland


The CalChess Board of Directors has selected Saturday, August 30, 2014 as the date of the next CalChess Annual General Meeting. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM. The location is still being determined but will either be at the Berkeley Chess School located at 1581 Le Roy Ave, Berkeley, California, or the Santa Clara Convention Center located at 5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA. This will hopefully be in conjunction with the annual CalChess Labor Day State Open Championship Tournament held in Santa Clara.

During this meeting the elections for the CalChess Board of Directors will take place. Candidates and voters must be members in good standing to be placed on the ballot or to vote. Candidates and voters should review the CalChess Bylaws for eligibility.

Tom Langland
CalChess President

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