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This is the governing body of the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Members of this body can be behikes of the Circle, members of our spiritual community, or special persons whom we have decided to invite to become one of its number. The Board typically meets once a year unless there is a pressing reason to hold an extra meeting.
All members of this body are required to provide a copy of their physical address, telephone number and their e-mail address via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
BOARD MEETING INSTRUCTIONS
The meetings of this body are held once a year
They are conducted via a conference telephone call unless otherwise agreed upon. On the pre-decided day and time each member of the board is to call the conference call dial-in phone number and input the access code followed by the # symbol to join the discussion.
Here are the pertinent numbers:
Please note: The minutes of every past meeting of the COUNCIL OF NITAINOS of the Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle can be found in the "Pages" section of this group page on the right-hand sidebar in the desktop view of this page. This view may be different on a mobile app. We suggest that you switch to the desktop view or use a computer instead of a mobile device to view this information. The board meeting records include the actual complete text of the minutes and usually all or some of the attachments (either in downloadable text file form or in jpg format image form). For a complete record of any specific set of meeting minutes including the full complement of attachments please contact the Caney Circle Behike Bo. Request the complete record of that particular set of minutes by identifying the number of the specific meeting you desire to view (for example: "Please send me the minutes of meeting number 19"), and these will be e-mailed to you.
You can click this LINK to access the "minutes of past meetings" page
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