'79 at 25: Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives

Treasurer's Report

Following payment of some of our 20th Reunion expenses as of July 1, 1999, we began our class' 1999 - 2004 accounting period with an initial balance of $13,902.10, $13,897.07 in checking and $5.03 in savings. Of this, as yet unbilled outstanding fees were still due to RADS (Smith's dining services) for Reunion meals and officer expense reimbursements. Further minute reunion fees were due to the class due to one undercharge on-site and several bounced payment checks. As of June 30, 2000, the end of Fiscal 1999 - 2000, after these prior amounts were reconciled and a periodic fee paid for the maintenance of our website domain name, our ending balance was $6,275.01 ($6,268.72 in checking and $6.29 in savings). Fiscal 2000 - 2001 saw little account activity, with one 2-year charge for domain-name maintenance and minute interest income. Our ending balance was $6,233.23 ($6,226.83 in checking and $6.40 in savings). Fiscal 2001 - 2002 showed only the addition of interest income, so our ending balance was $6,253.23 ($6,246.79 in checking and $6.44 in savings). Due to "no activity" for a year, it was discovered in late 2002 that the bank had frozen our class account; after correcting the problem with a customer service representative and recouping bank-owed interest, the account was "reactivated" by transferring $1.00 from checking to savings. Our ending Fiscal 2002 - 2003 balance was $6,265.73 ($6,258.29 in checking and $7.44 in savings). As of February 24, 2004 of FY 2003 - 2004, our current class balance is $6,270.49 ($6,263.05 in checking and $7.44 in savings).

Sally Mayer
Treasurer