General SMiSA News
This is of course prior to the Kilmarnock home game. It would be great to see as many members getting along as possible and don't forget you are more than welcome to bring a guest with you.
If you can't make it please don't forget to return your voting forms that were posted out last week along with the Trust's Report and annual accounts.
This is becoming an annual problem and the service being supplied to St.Mirren fans is very disappointing more so than ever before. In the year of winning our first major trophy in a generation young Saints fans are missing out on a Saints Strip this Christmas. We have raised this with JD Sports and the Club in the past however after three seasons we are encountering the same issues with this supplier. We would encourage all Saints fans to call upon the Club to ensure this is either addressed or a supplier be sought that can match the expectations and demands, which are hardly unreasonable of the St.Mirren supporters.
At SMiSA, we like to recognise the many individuals who work at St Mirren club day in, day out and without whom, none of us would have the club that we know and love. With this in mind, everyone at SMiSA would like to thank and pay tribute to Audrey Cave, who is sadly leaving the club after many years working there. Audrey will be a familiar face to many St Mirren fans, having been the 'Mistress of the Ticket Office' for a considerable time, both at Love Street and since the move to Greenhill Road. Audrey is leaving next month for the sunnier climes of Tenerife, so SMiSA felt it was only right to thank her with a couple of farewell gifts before she left.
On behalf of everyone at SMiSA, and from all St Mirren fans, thank you Audrey, we will miss you! x