AzBc Inc.

Kids Need To Read donation achieved!

Arizona Browncoats now proudly sponsoring Kids Need To Read 2009 Calendar which features, so it seems, images of children reading in pretty locales.

We've reached our goal of $150! And, as promised, the AzBc Corporation has matched the amount to officially buy a sponsorship (the first, we win) for the calendar! We will be featured on the Sponsor Page in the calendar, mentioned in their blog, and are already linked on their website with a nice big logo. (Check it out!)

Thanks to the following people for their contributions: Nancy Gerry Margaret Grady Jennifer Anderson Susan and Russ Richins David and Lisa Richins Mel Laliberte

You can still donate to the KNTR sponsorship fund - we'll count it against the matching funds provided by the Corporation. You can also support another worthy cause, Equality Now, with your purchase of official 2009 CSTS merchandise or a donation to our CSTS screening fund.

Election Results! And the Final Round of Nominations

Elections for the remaining two board members closed at 12:00 a.m. this morning. Voter turnout was quite high and all five candidates made a good show. Leading the pack, however, were Jennifer Anderson (me) and Kevin McAlonan. The Board Members-elect will decide amongst themselves which of the two will become the Vice Chairman, selecting the other to be Corporate Secretary.

Elections Continue! Board Members

The Board of Directors has two more seats to fill after the successful election of David (Chairman of the Board) and Marg (Corporate Treasurer). After four days of open nominations, the following people were nominated, seconded, and accepted their nomination for Board Member:

Jennifer Anderson
Kevin McAlonan
Tisha McGovern
Lisa Richins
Raymond Wolfe

Please make sure to visit the Members Forum before Sunday at midnight to cast your ballot!

Results from Officer Elections and Next Elections

Announcing the first of the new 2009-2010 officers
David Richins

Marg Grady

Kids Need To Read Calendar

Kids Need To Read is an organization devoted to encouraging reading among children, and was co-founded by our own BDH, Nathan Fillion.

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