RE: [SACC-L] 2006 budget notes
- Mel and Leatha have done the impossible; they are even more
indispensable to SACC than Chuck was when he was treasurer! Remember
Mel, you are never allowed to leave this job unless you find and train a
truly able replacement. (good luck) As for Dianne, she needed no help
in BEING good!
From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SACC-L@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Dianne C
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2005 2:22 PM
Subject: RE: [SACC-L] 2006 budget notes
I want to give credit where credit is due.
Mel and Leatha Johnson did an enormous amount of work to make the
meetings a financial success. Not only did they produce folders and
information cheaply, the product looked fantastic.
Mel deserves and extra big thanks for being treasurer. This is a tough
made more difficult by the quirkiness of AAA.
I want to publicly thank Mel and Leatha for making me look good.
>From: Melvin Johnson <majohns@...>Be sure to check out the SACC web page at www.anthro.cc (NOTE THE NEW
>Subject: [SACC-L] 2006 budget notes
>Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 22:41:19 -0500
>Dear members--I have completed the 2006 budget. There are some items
>that I believe you need to understand. I have suggested a budget that
>has a $5700 deficit. This is the result of several items with one
>significant item. I have estimated that the publication of SACC Notes
>along with the maintenance of our back issues on AnthroSource will be
>$3407. Estimating this item is extremely difficult because of the
>vagaries of the AnthroSource revenue sources and expenses. Our own
>portion of the budget is approximately $2000 which includes printing,
>postage, and expenses of Lloyd Miller for travel and computer
>reimbursements. Additional items that have also contributed to the
>deficit include allocations for web sites charges, development and
>promotion for Logo items, and upgrades for all officer expenses to a
>minimum of $500 each. I have also estimated a balanced budget for the
>annual meeting. This years meeting was a financial success with
>approximately $5000 profit. We had almost $2000 more in registration
>fees than estimated and over $2000 less in expenses than estimated. we
>were looking for a $1500 profit, but Dianne outdid herself with this
>Just a note, I will be reporting to you on the annual report of the AAA
>for 2004. They came out with a glossy annual report, just like the big
>corporations. There were some startling items, so I requested a
>detailed statement (they said I could). AAA is having some cash
>issues. Their balance sheet looks okay, and so does the statement of
>operations (income statement), but the statement of cash flow revealed
>some interesting items.
>Until later, Mel Johnson, treasurer
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