Future security and opportunities to save money — this was the premise of the report by chairman klaus leonhardt at the annual general meeting of the spvg ahorn in the club’s sports hall. Even before the event began, the rough saving was presented: the new floodlighting system that will replace the 44-year-old system. The number of new light points is now 52 led lamps on six poles with a minimum illumination intensity of 75 lux instead of eight old lamps. Compared to the old system, the chairman says, this has saved almost 8000 kwh a year (74 percent). In terms of co2 savings, this meant 92 tons over a lifetime of 18 years. During this time, 32,000 euros were saved. With 60 percent the plant is demanded, so that still 12,000 euro on the association to come. These should be paid off in five to seven years, said leonhardt.
The grants come from the municipality of ahorn (ten percent), the bavarian state sports association blsv (20 percent) and the federal ministry for the environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety (30 percent). The installation of the new plant is based on an initiative within the framework of the national climate protection of the german bundestag, the chairman informed. In addition, according to leonhardt, further conversions to led throughout the building as well as the acquisition of modern, environmentally friendly equipment will enable safe and economical operation in the future.
The chairman was not exactly pleased about the new european data protection regulation. The clubs were hit hard by the increased obligation to award prizes. "Long live the honorary office!", he said with a certain cynicism.
In 108. At the middle of the year, the club had 1046 members, 468 female, 578 male; 533 were over 41 years old. In nine departments and two specialist groups, there are 20 licensed trainers, four with partial licenses and 28 without licenses. 108 women and men in action as functionaries or assistants and helpers.
Leonhardt was ultimately proud of "what we all achieved last year. We brought our club forward again a bit!" this also includes the appointment of guido berner as data protection officer. He was also pleased with the predominantly positive reports from the individual departments during the meeting. And finally, there was a thank you in the form of a flat envelope for treasurer martin kollmann and "allrounder harry nausch. Norbert karbach