“Good times and bad, we have better support than any other organization in this league. Fan support, corporate support, and we’re grateful for that. We know people love the Bruins, they love their team.” – George Sereggela, President of the Estevan Bruins Executive Board.
The Estevan Bruins Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday, October 1st at the Days Inn Estevan. 21 members of the community were in attendance as the team’s 2019-20 audited financial statements were spoken to and made available, as well as an update on where the club stands currently heading into the 2020-21 SJHL season. A start date has yet to be announced by the SJHL, who continue to work with government officials on a Return-To-Play plan.
Three elections were needed to form the Executive for the 2020-21 year, one for a vacant ‘Member-At-Large’ position and two for director positions as George Sereggela and Josh Biggs’ 2-year term had expired. Both Sereggela and Biggs let their name stand and with no other nominations, were elected by acclimation. Andrew Tait was nominated for the Member-At-Large position, and was elected by acclimation with no other nominations made.
2020-21 EXECUTIVE BOARD
President: George Sereggela – Vice President: Josh Biggs – Treasurer: Cody Schrader – Director: Amanda Minchin – Director: Cory Prokop – Director: Greg Hoffort – Director: Michael Hengen – Member-At-Large: Andrew Tait
The AGM was covered by our two local media outlets: Estevan Mercury Publications (David Willberg) and DiscoverEstevan (Rob Mahon).
Estevan Mercury: “The audited financial statements released at the Estevan Bruins annual general meeting Thursday showed a difficult financial picture, but according to new president George Sereggela, the situation is improving…” CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
DiscoverEstevan: “Many junior hockey teams have been suffering from the financial strains of COVID-19, with some even needing civic government assistance. While the pandemic didn’t leave the Bruins untouched, it didn’t leave them destitute either, thanks to some hard work over the summer…” CLICK HERE TO READ MORE