Fall Conference 2018 Results
The results from attendee evaluations are below. Thank you for your feedback. Suggestions for next years conference will be considered in the planning. Also, the final budget for the conference is attached below. The conference was able to make a profit of almost$6000.
BOD Meeting Nov 7, 2018
Minutes from the BOD meeting held Wednesday, Nov 7th, 2018 are below. The BOD voted to include an annual budget for the coming year. The goal is be budget neutral in order to maintain a healthy financial balance in the event of an unexpected expenditure.
Attached is list of BOD and their contact information.
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