THE last chapter of South Launceston's eventful 2013 will be written tonight as its board for 2014 will be elected.
As the club prepares to enter the NTFA competition the year after it tasted the ultimate success in the State League, vice- president of the interim board Rod Patterson encouraged as many members and supporters as possible to Youngtown tonight for the members' meeting.
"We are really looking forward to sharing our vision and seeing who the members and supporters would like to see lead the club," Patterson said.
"The interim board has been working very hard over the past 10 weeks and managed to clear some debt, and we are really looking forward to sharing our vision with as many people as possible."
The interim board came together in August as a truce was called in the internal war at the Bulldogs over the direction of the club in the wake of AFL Tasmania's decision not to offer it a licence and set up a new club at Prospect.
Tonight's meeting at Youngtown will be held at 7pm.
South Launceston will also hold its club best and fairest this Saturday night at Country Club Tasmania.