Chatter: Tonight’s meeting at the ICT
Chairman Rehmatullah Mir, in a tan shirt, and Vice-chairman Kamel Didan, in a blue and white button up, are congratulated the night they were elected to the Islamic Center of Tucson’s Board of Trustees in late March. Tonight will be the Islamic Center’s first General Assembly meeting under their leadership. (Amer Taleb)
General Assembly meetings at the Islamic Center of Tucson are supposed to inform the community on the achievements of the Islamic Center’s Board and their plans for the future. When Rehmatullah Mir, Kamel Didan and the other five board members take their seats at tonight’s meeting at the Islamic Center, it’ll be the first time the Muslim community sits in on a meeting under their leadership.
Amendments to the Islamic Center’s Constitution will be discussed and then voted on.
What are you expecting out of tonight’s meeting? How will you measure if it was successful?
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