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Ayaz-Kala complex, ancient Khorezm
TAASA’s AGM this year preceded the 3rd lecture in our Archaeology in Asia lecture series (detailed report in the September issue). Two members of the TAASA Committee whose terms had expired, Ann Proctor, Vice President, and James MacKean, Convenor of TAASA Queensland, had their terms renewed unopposed for three years.
Both the President and Treasurer’s report was circulated before the meeting, eliciting one question from the floor relating to the expected finalising of TAASA’s new website. In response, Todd Sunderman, Treasurer, reported that the development work was almost complete, and, following a testing period, it was hoped to launch the new site in June. The new website will offer considerable functionality, including ability to join and renew membership online; viewing, booking and paying for all current events, and access to a soft copy of the TAASA Review for members via password.
Gill thanked Todd and Josefa Green for their work to date on the development of the website. Gill also thanked TAASA members Bev Dunbar and Jillian Kennedy for their work in promoting and organising TAASA events.