Blog 29 November 2012

News Updates today in St Francis Bay

1.  ST FRANCIS CONNECT ARTICLE - St Francis Kromme Trust AGM

Dear Friends and Members

So much to do, so many decisions to make, and so many opinions to air, but do we ever really set the time aside to focus on them when they relate to our fauna, flora and marine life in our gorgeous (holiday) town?

Please be part of the bigger picture and make a difference by attending the St Francis Kromme Trust AGM.

This year has been an exciting one for us in that we have evolved, grown in leaps and bounds, and we would like to share this growth and change with you. We would also like to hear your ideas about how you believe we can add more value. 



We have two very exciting speakers lined up, from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), who are currently working at the St Francis Sustainable Seas Centre. Alex Allison and Blair Fraser will be covering the reasons for and impact of the collapse of the Cob fisheries in Canada, which is an amazing case study from which we, in South Africa, can learn. The AGM and talk will be followed by light snacks and wine.


Should you wish to attend please register with marketing@stfranciskrommetrust.co.za.

Should you not be able to attend, please consider signing up as a member or renew your membership, by logging onto our website, if you have not already renewed.Click here for the minutes from last years AGM, the Agenda and the 2001/2012 Financial Report or download them from the news archives on our website: www.stfranciskrommetrust.co.za. You can also register on www.facebook.com/krommetrust.  Please find below the formal notice for the St Francis Kromme Trust Annual General Meeting.

2.  ST FRANCIS CONNECT ARTICLE - DANGER : WARNING TO ST FRANCIS BAY RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

The recent disastrous fire which destroyed 75 houses in the canal area left these structures UNSAFE. Many of have been condemned for demolition.


Not only are many walls likely to collapse, but there is broken glass, as well as damaged gas bottles and fire hydrants.



It is extremely difficult for the owners of these houses to adequately secure their properties against trespassers. We appeal to parents to ensure that their children clearly understand the dangers and consequences of entering any of these properties.

Anybody found trespassing could be arrested.

This message is issued for your own safety by ;

The South African Police Services
St Francis Bay Riparian Homeowners Association
St Francis Bay Residents Association
St Francis Bay Sector Police Forum
St Francis Tourism
NSRI
Friends of St Francis Fire and Rescue Services


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