After two canceled general meetings, the DLRG-Jugend has finally found its new chairman: the previous 2nd chairman Moritz Zink takes over the office.
Wartenberg - The DLRG youth in Wartenberg had "many nice, new entrants".
This is how DLRG general chairman Jürgen Hartmann commented in the youth meeting on Saturday.
The last meeting of the youth up to then had been a while ago, at the end of March 2019 it took place.
The annual general meeting was canceled in 2020, and an alternative date also had to be canceled.
The youth chairman Moritz Zink (actually 2nd chairman), who was appointed on an interim basis after a resignation, was only able to present his annual report now.
There were two joint exercises with the fire brigade.
Life-saving appliances could then be used for water rescue.
The youth committee met six times.
In addition there were the routine meetings of the Board of Management.
Zink said that some clubs would complain about corona-related declines in the young members.
“I don't even know what they're talking about,” he said, looking at his own members: 75 young people up to the age of 27 are listed at the DLRG in Wartenberg.
As Zink revealed, the age limit comes about because of the guidelines for youth development.
15 young people eligible to vote were also present at the meeting - a record.
Hartmann chaired the chairman's by-elections.
Zinc was unanimously chosen as the new chairman.
Fabian Schütze takes over his previous position as vice-president, also unanimously.
The other deputies, Maximilian Suchanek and Eva Hintermaier, will remain in office, as will the economics and finance advisor, Lara Kunisch.
The next regular elections are to take place in the coming year.
Among other things, the youth would like to do a radio exercise, a complete training weekend.
This resulted in a query from Zink about the program requirements.
Interesting: The young people put on excursions and the like on their own initiative and only commented on them when the new board asked.
The next action date is October 16.
Then a collection of old clothes should take place, which is always actively supported by the DLRG youth.
Hartmann later asked at the general meeting of adults (report to follow) that “young people of rescue age” should also support the guard duty in the Erdinger baths.