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March 2012 Newsletter

Letter to Friends


Newsletter of the Santa Fe Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

 

Third Month 2012


Calendar of Events


Meeting for Worship at the Meetinghouse, 630 Canyon Road is held every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., First Day School during the 11:00 a.m. Meeting.

The South Santa Fe Worship Group holds Meeting for Worship every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on the top floor of 1730 Camino Carlos Rey.


Sunday, 3/04 12:30 p.m. Potluck; 1:30 p.m. Ministry and Oversight Committee

Sunday, 3/11 10 10 a.m. 2nd Sunday Friends Worship Sharing

Sunday, 3/18 12.30 p.m. Meeting for Worship for Business

Sunday, 3/25 12:30 p.m. Adult Education Committee Discussion, “Disciplines of Contmeplation, Meditation, and Prayer”

 

 

The Monthly Query for the 3rd month, 2012

"Do I hold myself back when moved to speak, or do I trust in the Light to lead me?”

IMYM Faith and Practice, Queries, p.118


Announcements


Mar. 4 – Monthly Potluck will take place at the rise of the 11:00 a.m. meeting.

 

Mar. 7 – People for Peace meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. Meetings are held at the Commons Co-Housing, 2300 W. Alameda St. Questions to Linda Hibbs, 983-3906.


Mar. 10 - Invitation to garden work day - The Garden Committee invites all those interested to come and work in the garden on Saturday, March 10, at 10 a.m. We will be pruning, raking gravel, and anything else we think needs to be done. Alan will be providing specialty coffees and Lorraine will be bringing cookies! Hope to see you there. Dave Wunker, Resident.


Mar. 11 – The topic for March 11 Second Sunday Worship Sharing is the February 2009 FJ article, “I Am Who I Am” by Merry Stanford. Copies of this article are available next to the birdhouse in the library, and it is also available online at the FJ website. All interested persons are enthusiastically encouraged to attend! We will begin at 10:10 a.m. and close at 10:50 a.m. Friends are also invited to suggest FJ articles for future worship sharing. If you have any questions, please call Pamela Geyer (984 - 0377) or Howard Shulman (984 - 9908.)

Mar. 11 – Peace & Social Concerns Committee will meet at the rise of meeting.


Mar. 19 – Business Meeting for Worship will meet at the rise of the meeting.


Mar. 25 -- The Adult Ed committee invites you to attend discussions on the 4th First Day of every month. The series for January through May will focus on Quaker Disciplines/Practices.

Readings will be suggested prior to the discussions. The monthly topics are:

Mar. 25, “Disciplines of Contemplation, Meditation and Prayer,”

April 22, May 27 Save the Dates!! Topics are to be determined. Call Wyn: 982-4588 or Ted: 570-9967 for more info. Suggested readings include: Discernment readings, most of which are available in the Canyon Road library:

Barbour, Hugh, "Five Tests for Discerning a True Leading," (based on his 1964 book: "The Quakers of Puritan England") Tract Association of Friends, on the web at:

Five Tests for Discerning a True Leading (http://www.tractassociation.org/tracts/tests-discerning-true-leading/)

Bieber, Nancy, "Descision Making and Spiritual Discernment, The Sacred Art of Finding Your Way," 2010, Skylight Paths, 195 pages .

Conti-Entin, Carol "Improvisation & Spiritual Discernment, Continuing the Divine Human Duet," 1989, Pendle Hill Pamphlet, #288.

IMYM Faith and Practice, pgs. 158-159, "Prayer" ( in the section "Friends Speak")

Keane, Sheila, "Prayer: Beginning Again," 1998, Pendle Hill Pamphlet, #33.

Loring, Patricia, "Listening Spirituality, vol. 1, Personal Spiritual Practices Among Friends," 1997, Openings Press, 208 pages. (Ch. 3, 4 and 5)

Loring, Patricia, "Spiritual Discernment: the Context and Goal of Clearness Committees Among Friends," 1992, Pendle Hill Pamphlet, #305.

Martin, Marcelle, "Invitation to a Deeper Communion," 2003, Pendle Hill Pamphlet, #366 .

Wajda, Michael, "Expectant Listening: Finding God's Thread of Guidance," 2007, Pendle Hill Pamphlet, #388.


April 13 to 15 - New Mexico Regional Meeting will be held at Albuquerque Meetinghouse
We are delighted to announce that Ruth Flower, from FCNL, will come and join us as speaker. Her topic will be "Taking Heart Messages into Action". Regional will begin Friday evening at 5:30 p.m. with a soup supper. We then have the wonderful opportunity of viewing the AFSC produced art exhibit, Windows and Mirrors, an installation of 25 panels depicting the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of Afghan children and US professional artists. This exhibit has been touring nationally and is brought to Albuquerque by an interfaith ad hoc group headed up by Quakers. We will offer worship sharing at the exhibit from 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday evening.
Saturday morning Ruth Flower will make her presentation beginning at 9:30 a.m. Ruth has worked at Friends Committee on National Legislation in varying capacities beginning in 1981. Currently she lobbies on the federal budget, military spending, immigration and other domestic issues. She is a member of Adelphi Friends Meeting of Baltimore Yearly Meeting. She is also a member of the California and Federal bars.
Meeting for Worship for Business will be held after Saturday lunch. Later in the afternoon whoever is interested can gather for discussion of Quaker response to the Occupy/UnOccupy Movement in New Mexico. Items TBA.
Sunday morning 9:00 a.m. will be worship sharing and Worship at 10:30 a.m. This is a longer Regional than we have had lately. We very much hope that people will be able to arrive Friday night in time to view Windows and Mirrors, a powerful statement against war. Albuquerque Monthly Meeting will offer housing hospitality.

A registration form will be available very soon. Please mark your calendars for regional now!


April 20, 21 and 22: New Mexico Quaker Women's Retreat at Juniper Hill, where the Las Vegas Worship Group Meets, near Las Vegas, NM. The theme will be “Weaving the Fabric of our Lives.”

Peace and Social Concern Opportunities for 2012

I. P&SC, working with the Continuing Committee, (a.)supports bringing environmental issues to IMYM for one or possibly two afternoon interest groups. We will help promote the workshop(s) in advance in other Meetings in order to increase attendance. We also will help to:

b. Offer environment related videos for viewing at IMYM in the evening.

c. Greening the Yearly Meeting itself.

d. Writing a Minute to be presented as an action item for business meeting.

e. Developing a youth-produced media.

II. SFFM to consider ways we may support the asylum seekers sheltered by the Westminster Presbyterian Church. Arrange for Cipriana Girado to speak to us.

III. Form a working group considering Sabbath/moral economics.


2012 Meeting Directories (inside Santa Fe and outside Santa Fe) are available upon request from Bob Gaines (gaines@q.com).


Members/Attenders are reminded the Santa Fe Monthly Meeting accepts Automatic Contributions for donation; most banks and credit unions now offer a service -- typically free -- which allows you to set up an automatic payment on any frequency you desire. There are two ways you might be able to set up an automatic payment: 1. Your bank or credit union will mail a check to the Meeting at 630 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501; or 2. Your bank or credit union will transfer the money electronically to the Meeting's account at Guadalupe Credit Union (contact the treasurer for the Meeting's account number and GCU routing number). More information at http://sf.imym.org/autocontribution

Members are reminded to go to www.fcnl.org for current action information from the Friends Committee on National Legislation.


Agencies that can help your family, as prepared by Adelante at: http://sf.imym.org/MeetingDocs/resources


South Santa Fe Quaker Worship Group: Quaker House, 1730 Camino Carlos Rey #209 Santa Fe NM 87507 (505) 471-2288. Meeting is held in a rust-red building on the short end of Camino Carlos Rey, northwest of Cerrillos Road. Worship is every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.


Please send newsletter comments or suggestions to Marcy Pompei @ marcypompei@comcast.net.



Minutes of Meeting for Worship for Business


Santa Fe Monthly Meeting of Friends. Second Month, 19th day, 2012. 630 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM.

 

Present: Bob Gaines (Clerk), Marguerite Kearns (Recording Clerk), Dave Wunker, Mary Ray Cate, Dave Giltrow, Martha Davis, Philip Balcombe, Ted Pomeroy, Beverly Busching, Shelley Cohen, Jennifer Wellington, Bettina Raphael, John Kretzmann, Pamela Geyer, Pam Gilchrist, Peggy Giltrow, Rebecca Henderson, Elliott Skinner, Michael Simon.


"How well do our meetings for business lead to a corporate search for and revelation of the Light?" - IMYM Faith and Practice, Queries, p. 120.


The meeting for worship for business began at 1:05 p.m. with silence. Clerk Bob Gaines reminded Friends that the corporation of Santa Fe Monthly Meeting of Friends meets annually in order to carry out the legal business of the Meeting. There are three directors who serve one, two and three year terms, plus the clerk as an ex-officio member. The clerk requested that the Meeting set out the business for the corporation at a special meeting convened within the business meeting for the Second Month. The term for Greg Cliburn has expired, and he is willing to serve again.


Friends agreed to Greg Cliburn for a three-year term as corporation director, as well as Marguerite Kearns, corporation secretary, and Philip Balcombe as corporation president. Friends also agreed that the SFMM corporation appoint resident Dave Wunker as registered agent and for corporation president Philip Balcombe to act on SFMM’s behalf relative to receiving a watercolor of Ann Bauman painted by Olive Rush and a bequest from the Ann Bauman estate.


At 1:08 p.m. on the Second Month, 19th day, the SFMM business meeting was suspended for the annual corporation meeting. At this time, SFMM corporation president Philip Balcombe established a quorum of two out of three directors present and ten percent of the Meeting members in attendance. Corporation members approved that the corporation president Philip Balcombe act on behalf of SFMM to accept the bequest from Ann Bauman’s estate, a watercolor of Ann Bauman by Olive Rush.


Greg Cliburn was approved for a three-year term as SFMM corporation director. Philip Balcombe and Marguerite Kearns were approved for one-year terms as president and secretary respectively. Dave Wunker was approved as the corporation’s registered agent. The annual corporation meeting was adjourned at 1:11 p.m. and the business meeting for the Second Month 2012 resumed.


(1.) Friends accepted the Minutes of the First Month, 2012 as presented.


(2.) Naming Committee Report: Peggy Giltrow presented the report for the Naming Committee where she requested approval for two more people to be added to the Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee has asked for a fourth member. Friends approved Carolyn Sigstedt for the position. Ann Lindsay asked to withdraw from the Nominating Committee. Friends approved Frank Hirsch as her replacement. Friends also agreed that all new members could begin to function in their positions without a second reading so that the work of the committee can begin immediately. The Nominating Committee now consists of Frank Hirsch, Carolyn Sigstedt, Steve Spencer, and Mi-Jan Tho-Biaz.


(3.) Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Shelley Cohen presented the treasurer’s report, with the digital versions to be submitted later; they are included in the Appendix to these minutes. Shelley said that January 2012 had $980 in income and SFMM spent $1,002. The Maintenance Fund collected $730 and there were no maintenance expenses for January 2012. A total of $500 was donated to the Meeting House Bricks and Mortar Fund. Friends agreed with the recommendation of the Finance Committee and the Treasurer to create a separate account for maintenance in the form of a money market account.


(4.) Ministry and Counsel: Query for March 2012: Continuing in the Worship Section of IMYM Advices and Queries, “Do I hold myself back when moved to speak, or do I trust in the Light to lead me?”

John Kretzmann read the monthly report from Ministry and Counsel which is included in the Appendix to these minutes. Friends accepted the report and agreed to correct the status of Mary Gamble Wyse and Olivia Gamble Payne of Tres Piedras, NM who were accepted as SFMM members in May 1997. They attended the Taos worship group but were mistakenly dropped from the membership directories from 1999 on. The SFMM membership records will be corrected to include Mary and Olivia as SFMM members.


(5.) Potluck Discussion of Service: Eight individuals met for a discussion during a past potluck to discuss community service and whether or not to support service organized from within the Meeting or to support the ongoing work of community service organizations. The entire report is included in the Appendix to these Minutes. The recommendations included the hope that those members and attenders with leadings can inspire and demonstrate leadership in areas of need. Clearness committees are recommended as a way to find direction in these areas.


(6.) Watching Committee: Elliott Skinner presented the revised version of the Watching Committee guidelines that is included in the Appendix to these Minutes. The underlined text identifies the changes the committee presented in the current version of the report. Friends accepted the draft proposed changes. Clerk Bob Gaines suggested that the Nominating Committee nominate individuals to this committee. Bettina Rafael, David Giltrow, and Elliott Skinner contributed to preparing the draft proposals for the Watching Committee.


(7.) Building Committee: Friends accepted the verbal report by David Giltrow concerning the ongoing work to upgrade the foam on the bancos in the meeting room at 630 Canyon Road.


(8.) Continuing Committee of IMYM: Clerk Bob Gaines reported on the issues raised by the IMYM Continuing Committee in Tempe attended by 3 adults and a JYF and SYF from SFMM. After IMYM’s affiliation with Friends General Conference two years ago, FGC requested a IMYM directory to contact IMYM friends three times a year. This is a standard requirement for affiliation with FGC, but FGC did not include the requirement with the materials sent IMYM. Continuing Committee has decided to create a directory to facilitate contact among Friends and satisfy the FGC requirement. Monthly Meetings may decide whether to participate as a Meeting or simply inform individual members and attenders that they may opt in to the directory by contacting Ed Kearns of the Tempe Meeting, who is organizing the directory. If our Meeting decided to participate, individuals could decide to opt out. Friends discussed privacy and other concerns, and will continue to consider this issue at the March business meeting.


(9.) Mountain Friends Camp: IMYM has requested our Meeting's reponse to queries concerning the future of Mountain Friends Camp. The camp for young Friends has been operative for two summers, and the MFC ad hoc committee is exploring how to provide more stable funding for the camp. The Continuing Committee agreed to include $10,000 for the camp in the 2013 budget proposal, which would require an increase of $10 per member in the IMYM assessment.

The camp is held shortly after the Annual Gathering. It is in addition to the Annual Gathering, not an alternative to it. Last year Mountain Friends Camp cost $2500, with $1500 from IMYM and the rest from donations. Parents and interested individuals volunteered to help run the camp. Additional information about the camp is available through a link on the Meeting's web site. We will consider the queries at the March business meeting. The Yearly Meeting Clerk has requested our responses by May 1, so that the issue can be considered at the IMYM Annual Gathering in June.


(10.) Archives: David Giltrow presented a report on the SFMM archives which date from 1948 to the present. He demonstrated how the record is organized. Friends asked David Giltrow and Marguerite Kearns to prepare recommendations on whether and how to create a copy of the archives so they can be permanently deposited in a Quaker repository.


(11.) Resident’s Report: Resident Dave Wunker moved into the Ramada on December 28, 2011. Friends accepted his monthly report that included the following: Resident worked an average of a little over eight hours per week doing snow removal, outdoor sweeping, handling trash and recycling, Meeting mail collection and distribution, guest apartment reservations, guest apartment cleaning and laundry, Meeting house cleaning, shopping for supplies, meeting with prospective Meeting House renter, repair of the armoire in the Ramada, revising the guest letter in guest apartment welcome book, attending Building Committee and Business Meetings. Guest Apartment: Six guest nights out of 31. Income: $290. (deposits and/or payments).


(12.) Other Considerations: Carmen Harris has asked to use the meetinghouse and grounds for an herb class for young people to be held in the spring for six weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Questions of insurance and adult supervision are under consideration by SFMM.


(13.) Announcements:

The topic for March 11 Second Sunday Worship Sharing is the February 2009 FJ article “I Am Who I Am” by Merry Stanford. Copies of this article are available next to the birdhouse in the library, and it is also available online at the FJ website. All interested persons are enthusiastically encouraged to attend! We will begin at 10:10 and close at 10:50. Friends are also invited to suggest FJ articles for future worship sharing. If you have any questions, please call Pamela Geyer (984 - 0377) or Howard Shulman (984 - 9908.)


The Quaker Women’s Retreat will be held April 21 and 22, 2012 in Las Vegas, NM. For more information, contact Rebecca Henderson.


New Mexico Regional Meeting is scheduled for April 13-15, 2012 in Albuquerque. Registration forms and schedule are available at sf.imym.org. For more information, contact Rebecca Henderson.



The meeting for worship for business ended at 2:50 p.m with silence.


Ministry and Counsel Report to Business Meeting

Second Month 8th 2012, 1:30 p.m., First Day School Room

Present: John Kretzmann, (Co-clerk), Njoroge Tho-Biaz, Rebecca Henderson (Co-clerk), Greg Cliburn, Ann Beauchamp, Bob Gaines (ex-officio). Pam Gilchrist sends regrets.

Meeting Time for March: March 4th, 1:30, First Day School Room

January Minutes: Approved.

Check-Ins: We briefly shared consideration of our various situations.

Observations of the Spiritual Life of the 9:00 and 11:00 Canyon Road Meetings.

Both meetings are well attended, with 11:00 sometimes having nearly a full house. We've had meetings without much vocal ministry but the worship has been deep. We notice a few newcomers are returning consistently.

Meeting Closings for March: Njoroge Tho-Biaz, with Greg Cliburn as backup.

Query for March: Continuing in the Worship Section of IMYM Advices and Queries, “Do I hold myself back when moved to speak, or do I trust in the Light to lead me?”

Membership: Research on membership has been completed by Rebecca Henderson for Mary Gamble Wyse and Olivia Gamble Payne of Tres Piedras, NM. They were accepted as members of the Santa Fe Meeting in May of 1997 and were attending the Taos Worship Group at the time and also when Taos Worship Group was laid down. There is no record in the Santa Fe business meeting minutes that Mary and Olivia were ever dropped from membership, but their membership was missing in the directories from 1999 onward. Rebecca had conversations with Mary and emails from both of them indicating they wish to be members of the meeting and are likely to participate in the Taos Clearlight Worship group and other Quaker activities when they can. Ministry and Counsel recommends that the records be corrected to include them as members of the Santa Fe Meeting.

Care of Individuals: We continue to hold in the Light many members and attenders who are struggling with difficulties of one sort or another. We were able to take a few off of our list who are now doing well.

Joann McCaffrey: John will contact Caroline Sigstedt and anyone else who knew Joann to prepare a memorial minute for Joann for IMYM, the Friends Journal and Western Friend. Anyone with stories about Joann should contact John. She and Don have been attenders at Santa Fe Meeting for many years. She passed away at Casa Real on January 30, 2012.

State of the Meeting Report: After discussion about how we will prepare the state of the meeting report this year for NM Regional Meeting and Intermountain Yearly Meeting, we decided that Rebecca will contact the worship groups for news (done) and prepare a draft of the report for Santa Fe Meeting. After M & C has had a chance to look it over and make additions we will put the report on the digest for everyone to read and comment upon. M & C will then prepare a final draft for the March business meeting approval.

Consideration of Absent Friends and Friends at a Distance: We will no longer push this to the end of our agenda. It will be at the top for March. Bob and Rebecca will work on the list of who is in which worship group. [Since the M & C meeting, Bob has sorted the list by zip, Rebecca has added a column showing which members are in which worship group or meeting, and Rebecca has sent a list to each worship group asking if the people we show as members are still with them.] We still have several unanswered questions.

Worship Group Reports:

Los Alamos Worship Group is still managing OK. They hold meetings both at Martha Davis and Jonathan Trone-Weber's house, and sometimes at the house of Jim and Marie Andrews.

Taos Clearlight Worship Group: The worship group now has a regular place to meet at the Village Center at the Taos Retirement Village, 414 Camino de la Placita, in Taos. They meet at 10:30 on the second Sunday for worship sharing, and at the same time on the last Sunday of the month (be it 4th or 5th) for regular meeting for worship followed by business meeting and a potluck. Friends are invited to join them if you are in the vicinity.

Las Vegas Worship Group: Email correspondence from Curtis Sollohub, who is in Turkey at the moment, indicates that as far as he can tell by email, things go well.

South Santa Fe Worship Group: No new news.

On Behalf of Ministry and Counsel, Rebecca Henderson, Co-Clerk



(3.) Service Report (Potluck Discussion of Service)

Meeting Regarding Service and SF Monthly Meeting

Held potluck Sunday, February 5th, 2012

A very small group of us (about eight) met to discuss Service and the Monthly Meeting, at the request of SF Monthly Meeting for Business on January 16, 2012, in response to the First Day School Committee suggestion that the Meeting consider Service Projects. Anna Darrah, from the Good Works Committee, was there and told us of some plans contemplated by that committee.  They hope to prepare on-line access for Meeting members and attenders to the information they have about the organizations the Meeting supports, with links or contact information so that people can individually contact the organizations and volunteer time or funds too.  When the meeting is about to review the budget they may provide information on prospective organizations as well.  This might empower all of us to take a more active part in community organizations.

We discussed how one determines which organizations to get involved with. What are the sources of information about philanthropic organizations (like GuideStar) that we could tell Friends about. We could have a discussion on how we choose, on what to look for, on what questions to ask.

Instead of the Meeting inventing a service project, the assembled group felt that it was better for us to participate in other organizations’ work for the time being. Those with a leading should lead off, for example in the way meals for the homeless was coordinated. People working with a group could invite another Friend to go along and help too. The people with the leadings can do the recruiting, encourage others, and generate enthusiasm, and receive Meeting support.

We think we can make more people aware of the support the Meeting can offer to individuals who are working and doing service. One can call, or ask for, a clearness committee to clarify one’s leading about what to do. One can ask Ministry and Counsel for advice and support. One can ask Ministry and Counsel to form a support committee for the person with the leading doing the work. People doing similar work can band together to compare notes and help each other out.

We hope this report will be useful to the business meetings in its deliberation on this topic.

On behalf of the group, Rebecca H., note-taker.



Watching Committee for the Santa Fé Monthly Meeting's Meeting House and Grounds at 630 Canyon Road

The Santa Fé Monthly Meeting approved in March 2010 the laying down of the trustee function that previously oversaw the alignment between the use of the meeting house, its contents and grounds and the intentions conveyed by Olive Rush in placing them under our care. To fill that role, we borrowed an application from the practices of our Yearly Meeting and approved the appointment of a Watching Committee, but did not specify its role.

Role of the Committee

A Watching Committee directed to the care of the meeting house (630 Canyon Road), its contents and grounds of Santa Fé Monthly Meeting might best serve four functions:


1. Pay special attention to the uses of the Meeting House, its contents and grounds so that they are consistent with the intent expressed by Olive Rush in placing the facilities under our care; and help interpret what Olive Rush's wishes might be as they relate to the Meeting today. Where inconsistencies seem to appear, the Watching Committee shall bring them before the Monthly Meeting for consideration.

2. Respond to requests for clarity about whether a proposed use, modification or transfer of title of the facilities is consistent with the spirit in which the meeting has received them from Olive Rush.

3. Take an active role in contributing to the Meeting's awareness of the historical documents and circumstances related to the transfer of the inheritance.

4. Ensure that an archive is kept of all relevant documents, records and discussions in relation to Olive Rush's intentions and the Meeting's considerations regarding the property as well as all subsequent legal documents and opinions. These documents will form a reference collection to be kept in an accessible form by the Meeting's Archivist.


It would be helpful to the monthly meeting if the Watching Committee were to report annually on its sense of our adherence to the spirit in which we have received care of the facilities. This might be, but need not be, provided prior to the annual meeting of the Corporation.


Expectations of Committee Members by the Monthly Meeting

The Watching Committee should consist of three people who agree to be appointed for a three-year term. The term may be staggered to ensure continuity, but this need not be the case.

Each of the committee members should be familiar (or become familiar) with the documents and conditions under which Olive Rush conveyed the care of the Meeting House, its contents and grounds to the Santa Fé Monthly Meeting of Friends and with the wishes that she expressed for its continued use.

It is desirable that among the collective knowledge and skills of the members of this committee there be familiarity with (a) the physical conditions of the property, (b) the uses to which it has been put in the past and, if possible (c) a range of examples from other monthly meetings that might be helpful as a guide to us in our determinations for its use.

The Committee can communicate on an ad hoc basis in response to considerations for new or modified use of the Meeting House, its contents and grounds, but it is recommended that the members meet annually to reaffirm their purpose and to discuss how changing times may help the Meeting to evolve its sense of what constitutes desirable uses of the property.

The primary documents are: The agreement between Olive Rush and Santa Fe Monthly Meeting of Friends (April 29, 1962) and Last Will and Testament of Olive Rush, June 7, 1962.




Treasurer's Report

For January 1 to January 31, 2012

Prepared February 14, 2012



31 Jan. 2012

31 Jan. 2011

General Fund income to date

$980

$3,072

Percentage of budgeted income received

          3%

11%

General Fund expenses to date

$1,002

$981

Percentage of budgeted expenses paid

3%

3%




Maintenance Fund income to date

$730

$810

Percentage of budgeted income received

8%

9%

Maintenance Fund expenses to date

          0

$335

Percentage of budgeted expenses paid

0%

4%




Total cash in bank

$35,503

$29,148

Checking

$15,196

$15,965

Money market

$8,448

$1,433

CDs (3 and 6 month)

$11,758

$11,649

Share

$101

$101




General Fund

$18,239

$17,697

Maintenance Fund

$6,764

$7,406

Olmstead Fund

$162

$162

Sufferings Fund

$1600

$1,500

Turkle Fund

$383

$583

Adult Education Fund

$242

$242

Young Fund

$200

$200

New Meetinghouse Fund

$4,698

$1,257

New Meetinghouse “Bricks and Mortar”

$3,529

$0

Emergency Assistance

$200

$100

 


 


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