There is only one “Super Ally” as far as we are concerned! Bully didn’t stop the Trust from doing ten in a row when our membership guru Davie Davidson signed him up at during our anniversary celebrations last year. Don’t forget the AGM is this Wednesday (26th November) at the Howard Centre in Portland Road at 7:00pm promt…come along and find out what the Board have been doing in regards to representation for the Trust on the club’s board and exactly what kind of response we have been getting so far. If you’ve not had the chance to renew yet then you can do so on the night…new members are not only welcome but encouraged to come along and join.
Another cup hero and great servant to Killie, Mark ‘Mavis’ Reilly is a Trust member and gives us regular support. The idea of a Killie family may sound a bit twee to some but if you are part of it then you can appreciate what it is all about and Mark knows all too well that as one of us he will always be a part of something special.
Notice is hereby given the Annual General Meeting of the Kilmarnock Supporters’ Society Limited will be held in the Howard Centre, Portland Street, Kilmarnock on
Wednesday 26th November 2014 at 7.00pm prompt.
3) Last AGM minutes
4) Chairman’s report
5) Treasurer’s Report and Financial Statement.
6) Reappointment of W White & Co as Auditors to the Society.
7) Elections to the Board/announcement of results.
8) Trust objectives 2015.
9) Any Other Business.
By order of the Board
Kilmarnock Supporters’ Society Ltd
Registered Office: Duncan McLean & Co, 81 John Finnie Street,Kilmarnock, KA1 1BG
A member entitled to attend and vote at the Annual General Meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote in their place. Such a proxy need not be a member of the Society. The appointment of a proxy should be in writing to the Secretary, and in order to be valid, the form of proxy must be received by the secretary not less than 48 hours before the time fixed for the holding of the meeting or any adjourned meeting. Valid forms of proxy arriving at the PO Box address by close of business 2 days prior to the meeting will be deemed to satisfy the above criteria. Completed forms should be returned to the Secretary at PO Box 26103, Kilmarnock, KA1 1YN before 5pm on Monday 24th November 2014. No person other than the Chair of the meeting can act as proxy for more than 3 members.
This November get yourself along to the Sports Bar for some brilliant stand up comedy. Your eyes are not deceiving you, there is a deliberate typo in the artwork as we are returning to our spiritual home for “Stand Up (If You Love Billy) 8″…and as such have afforded a nod to KFC’s main man Billy Bowie for making that possible.
On compere duties is friend of the Trust Ray Bradshaw for his third tour of duty at the Sports Bar, Ray has been entertaining audiences up and down Britain this year so its great to have him back corralling this bunch…
Mark Nelson, who as well as being one of the most sought after acts on the Scottish circuit could also have been seen during the summer on BBC1 presenting Don’t Drop the Baton and heard on Radio Scotland in his show “Mark Nelson’s guide to Marriage”.
Chris Forbes who supported Kevin Bridges on tour in 2012 and has been a staple in the comedy tents at Rockness and T in the Park recently.
Jim Smith, who in September this year came third in the annual Scottish Comedian of the year competition, Jim is a Perthshire farmer and along with Colin McCreadie and Stuart Cosgrove constitutes St Johnstone’s entire fan base.
Lastly of course, and back yet again, is our home grown talent, John Speirs, who probably wont be entirely happy with the photo on the poster and gets a wee bit grouchy if you spell his name wrong.
Again, thanks in advance for continuing to support these nights. The ticket price remains a paltry £15 for a plethora of top acts and can be purchased by calling Peter on 0742 961 5232 or by following the links on our website, COG Blog, Facebook, Twitter etc. to the Eventbrite page for the event (or just click the picture below).
Hope to see you all soon…
The draw for our season ticket competition was made on the newly laid pitch at Rugby Park on Friday. The Trust Chairman seconded management duo Alan Johnston and Gary Locke to pick three names out of the proverbial ‘hat’ to receive a season ticket for the stand of their choice. The first draw was restricted to Trust members only and the lucky winner was Jamie Hume. The rest of the names were then added to the draw and Billy Docherty and Deborah Nagle will be joining Jamie in getting to watch Ayrshire’s finest in the SPFL this season courtesy of the Killie Trust.
The Killie Trust, in association with Kilmarnock FC and the Kilmarnock Standard, are giving away three 2014-15 season tickets for Rugby Park.
The lucky winners can choose which stand they want their ticket for and that includes the fantastically priced family ticket for the Moffat Stand. All you have to do is answer the following question…
What year was the Killie Trust founded?
Please send your answers to The Kilmarnock Supporters’ Society Ltd. PO Box 26103, Kilmarnock KA1 1YN, or email your entries to email@example.com.
The competition ends Sunday 6th July and three names will be selected at random from all the correct entries. All Trust members who answer correctly will have their entries submitted twice.
You can join the Trust at www.thekillietrust.wordpress.com.
Today heralds what will hopefully be our final league game of the season at Rugby Park. Much depends on the result of tonight’s game as it appears after yesterday’s results that who will finish in the play off place is now between Hibs, Partick and ourselves. Needless to say that we want to avoid that eleventh position if at all possible and we would like to encourage all Killie fans to get along and lend the team their support for what can only be described as a crucial match.
No matter what the result is, the team will also need our support at Easter Road on Saturday and it would be a real boost if we could also get as many fans along to that as well. It took a determined performance by Tommy Burns’ Dad’s Army back in 1994 at the same venue to secure our top division survival back then and a huge traveling support proved to be a real boost to the players. No matter what has gone before this season, it is time to be the twelfth man again and hope that our faith and support will be rewarded with a fitting result.
Good luck to all concerned and come on the mighty Killie!