American Legion Meetings: 2nd Saturday 10am Office: 387-3373 Lakeshore Post 137 Lounge: 387-1581 5443 San Juan Avenue Editor: Nora Marcantel, FALPA, NALPA www.americanlegion137.com Jacksonville, FL. 32210 firstname.lastname@example.org COMMANDER’S REPORT The Post 137 election of officers, for the coming year 2008-2009 is on Saturday, June 7th, between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. While you are voting, take the time to think about the good of the Legion and who will do the best job. Remember, the well being and future good of Post 137 depends on your vote! Commander DENNIS I was pleased to disclose the terms of the agreement with the JEA, which was formally approved at our May THOMPSON General Assembly. The negotiations involved a permanent easement request by the JEA to accommodate installation of a wastewater pipeline across the back of our property. This proposal included a 20’ X 568’ piece of Post property, with appraisals being obtained by both Post 137 and the JEA, which was somewhat hectic and time consuming. The end result is that Post 137 was placed in a very favorable position from the standpoint of a sizeable cash settlement as well as paving improvements here at our Post Home, with a total value of approximately $154,000. I feel comfortable with what is being agreed to and wish to thank the entire Executive Committee and the appointed Sub-Committee for their guidance and cooperation in this matter. As a result of this project, the future of our Post now looks brighter than ever from the standpoint of Auxiliary President the long term savings and working building funds for our own improvements. JERI WEST The 2nd Annual Veterans Car Show held last month on Armed Forces Day was a resounding success. We were able to raise considerable funds from the proceeds of car show entry fees, sale of t-shirts, food and refreshments, as well as 50/50 drawings. All of the proceeds from the Car Show will be distributed for Veterans Services on behalf of Post 137. Everyone involved in this event can be proud and I sincerely hope the Annual Car Show event will continue to be successful for many years to come. Many thanks to the Car Show Committee which consisted of Sammy Defranco, Barry Congressi and Ron Sorrels, for their hard work and dedication to the project. S.A.L. Commander WM “BILL” KELLY We were just below the 100% renewals mark set by the Department deadline of May 7 th; however, I have every confidence we will surpass 100% by the time of the Department Convention in July. My thanks to everyone for their time and effort in the membership campaign, particularly by our 1 st Vice, Eddie Dykes. As many of you are by now aware, our 2 nd Vice, Danny Grant was recently hospitalized and underwent heart surgery. Danny has always been very active in all functions here at Post 137 for as long as I can Chef de Gare remember. As our Post Entertainment Chairman he has always done his absolute best in all aspects of JOHN KELLEY being a “Legionnaire Extraordinaire”. He is by now well on his way to fully recuperating. I sincerely hope that everyone will keep “Dancing Dan” and his lovely wife Vivian in you hearts and prayers for a speedy recovery and return to Post 137. Let’s continue to keep all of our Servicemen and Servicewomen in your hearts and prayers, wherever they are in this Country’s War on Terrorism. They are being asked to do a very difficult job and are deserving of out respect and support. For GOD and Country Dennis Thompson, Commander 2008 POST ELECTIONS Post elections will be held on Saturday, June 7, 2008 from 8 am until 5 pm in the Post Business Office. Make sure you have your membership card. The ballot is as follows: Commander: Fred Bergman 1st Vice Commander: Gary Lafrance Harvey Finn 2nd Vice Commander: Dan Grant 3rd Vice Commander: Barry Congressi 4th Vice Commander: Lewis Gray Finance Officer: Myra Jowers Chaplain: Tony Romano Historian: Rick Wiggs Sgt at Arms (vote for 2) Ray Runyon Jim Porterfield Executive Committee Bill Lomax Terry Lee Carl Jowers (vote for 5) Jim Sisk Bob Schupe John Kelly Tom Tercha Norman Gentry Larry Gilland Emory Austin Please come out and vote. Support the candidates of your choice. Absentee ballots are available until the day before the election. Your request for an absentee ballot must be in writing and the ballot must be returned no later than 5 pm on Friday, June 6, 2008. Jerry Lepore, Judge Advocate, Post 137 POLL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR JUNE 7, 2008 Per Post By-Laws, I am sending out a request for volunteers to serve as Poll Watchers. If you are running for office, you are not eligible to serve. If you would like to spend a few hours as a Poll Watcher, please let me know. I have a sign-up sheet in the lounge area. Please enter your name, contact phone number and the time you can help. I will also need volunteers to help count the ballots after the election is over. You may serve as both a Poll Watcher and a Vote Counter. I appreciate everyone that volunteers to help in these very important roles. If you cannot get to the Post to sign up, contact the business office on Monday, Wednesday or Friday and leave your contact information. Thank you, Jerry Lepore, Judge Advocate Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 Rod & Pole 3 Steering 4 5 Aux. Exe Mtg 6:30p 6 LEGION DINNER 7 Post Elections BREAKFAST Mtg. – 7 p Com - 6:30 p Gen. Mtg. 7:30p Steak 8a – 5 p USMCCA Color Guard KARAOKE “Lite” Supper V-304 Cheminot 7p 5:30 pm 8:30a – 11 am 7 pm w/ Bill Scott Pool Side Hot 5:30 pm Promenade 8p USMCCA 7:30 P Dogs 11:30 – 1:30 DARTS For a Donation VICKI LEE BINGO Sign-up 7:00 Bread Day 8 p.m. VICKI LEE 6:30pm Play 7:30 8 PM 8 BREAKFAST 9 10 11 Legion 12 13 ROD & POLE 14 Leg Exe Mtg 9 am USMCCA Riders Mtg. 7p For a Donation Steak Dinner Gen Mtg 10 am 8:30a – 11 am “Lite” Supper 5:30 pm Dist. Boys State Bread Day 5:30 pm Pool Side Hot Dogs Constitutional USMCCA Orientation 40/8 Grande-Cocoa DARTS 11:30 – 1:30 Conference Moon Blg. 7:30p Beach BINGO Sign-up 7:00 S.A.L. Mtg 40/8 Grand-Cocoa Beach Post 250 KARAOKE 6:30pm Play 7:30 7:30 pm PEGGY & HOSS Registration 9am w/ Bill Scott PEGGY & HOSS Starts 10 a.m. 7:30 P 8 pm 8 pm 15 16 17 18 Birthday 19 20 LEGION RIDERS 21Pool Side Hot BREAKFAST Color Covered Steak Dinner Dogs 11:30 – 1:30 “Lite” Supper Rod & Pole Guard Dish For a Donation 40/8 – Install Officers 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 8:30a – 11 am 7pm 7:30p Bread Day Rod & Pole USMCCA Offshore Trip BINGO DARTS KARAOKE GHOST RADIO Happy Father’s 6:30pm Sign-up 7:00 w/ Bill Scott 8 PM GHOST RADIO Day “Dads” Play 7:30 7:30 P 8 PM 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 BREAKFAST CHILDREN & YOUTH Dist Boys Stater’s Ray’s Outlaws “Lite” Supper KARAOKE For a Donation Steak Dinner 5:30p – Arrive Noon Rod & Pole 5:30 pm w/ Bill Scott Bread Day V.A.V.S. Visit Commander’s Post 8:30a – 11 am USMCCA 7:30 P Lake City – 4:30 P Awards – 2 pm District Boys DARTS JIM CRAFT Stater’s Leave BINGO JIM CRAFT Sign-up 7:00 8 PM 6:15 a.m. 6:30pm Play 7:30 8 PM 29 30 BREAKFAST “Lite” Supper Legion Riders 5:30 pm 8:30a – 11 am USMCCA June 2008 BINGO Happy Father’s Day 6:30pm JUNE is ELECTION MONTH: th Auxiliary - Thursday, June 5 , 7:30 p.m., during the general meeting. th Post 137 Legion - Saturday June 7 , 8 am-5 p.m. in the office. th JUNE 15 THE GREATEST GIFT I EVER HAD, CAME FROM GOD, I CALL HIM DAD. “HAPPY FATHER’S DAY, DADS”. ************************************************************* June is Boys State Month and Post 137 is hosting the 5th District Orientation in the Moon Bldg on June 11th at 7:30 PM. June 22nd Ray’s Outlaws will prepare a buffet style breakfast for the boys very early in the a.m. prior to their departure at 6:15 am for Tallahassee. Good Luck to All. June 28th the young men will return to post 137 from Tallahassee at noon. June 21st the Rod n’ Pole Benders will be fishing offshore, maybe a fish fry follows???? +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ To all the new members, “want to fit in and look like you have been around a long time”???…See Jim Porterfield, he can tune you in on all the hats, shirts, and American Legion Paraphernalia. You will be seeking Emblem Sales or ask Sarah in the office. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOR THE FAMILY On Saturdays, during June, bring the kids, and let them enjoy a “FAMILY DAY AT THE POOL”. The USMCCA will be serving grilled Hotdogs with all the trimmings, (chili, slaw, chips etc) from 11 am – 1:30 p.m. at the SCREEN ROOM. Mom Dad let us cook for you and you just relax. We will be LOOKING FOR YOU !! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ June 8th Constitutional Conference Fifth District will be held in Middleburg at Post 250. Registration starts at 9 am and the Conference starts at 10 am. This is also the time for your District officers to be elected. BINGO PLAYERS a survey was taken during May to find out what you like for your “Lite Supper” on Monday nights. Please reply to the survey as your likes and dislikes are very important to the people who are cooking for you. Surveys are collected at Bingo. ************************************************************************ Everyone School is out in June. Please be careful and watch out for the children. Remember they are Children not grown-ups. They play and forget to look out. *********************************************************************** Happy Birthday to everyone born from May 22nd to June 21st. You are Gemini- the twins. You have two distinct sides to your personality. You know where you stand, at lease for the moment. Happy Birthday, Dennis G. Get well soon: We have on our list Danny G. and Roger M. ...You are both missed and we need you to mend soon. It is wonderful to see that Sylvia G, Ron H. and Donna S. are all at home and doing well. To all that are sick, your loved ones need you well, as do your friends at the Post. Editor 1ST VICE REPORT: At the May 10th meeting Membership Chairman Eddie above named volunteers, for taking the time, month after month, to Dykes reported the following. During the month 15 new and make our V.A.V.S. program a success.. Remember if you can’t make transfer members joined Post 137. Of those members 3 were our monthly visit with us, you can help in other ways. You can donate money, or items such as books, magazines, puzzles, clothing, etc or present at the meeting and were welcomed into Post 137, Art support our program or support our program by just buying a meal Belisle, Eric Coleman and Tom Parker. Legionnaires we hope during one of our fund raising dinners at the post. you continue to attend our monthly meeting and become We departed post 137 at 4:30 pm and arrived in Lake City at involved in a program or two. At this meeting membership was 5:30 pm. We had dinner at Beef O’ Brady’s Restaurant. reported to be at 1511. We started BINGO at 7 pm “Thank You” Joe Kohten for doing Editor ( for Eddie Dykes ) a good job calling BINGO). We gave out $100.00 in coupon books to the BINGO Winners. 2ND VICE REPORT: Refreshments were served at the close of the BINGO Games by Dear Danny, post 137 Auxiliary and 40/8 Cabane 304. Everyone at the Post Home would like to wish you a very speedy recovery. You are missed by all of your friends and co- The following is a breakdown of the money spent and credits legionnaires. Not a day goes by, that someone does not, ask how given to our organization for April 25th. is Danny? When is he coming home? Rest easy and take care. Refreshments $72.00, to Aux. Unit 137 $36.00 & to Cabane 304 Editor $36.00. Coupon Books $100.00, Phone Cards $8,000.00, TOTAL CREDIT $8,172.00, TOTAL Hours 45, 3RD VICE REPORT: TOTAL MILES 1,089. GAS ALLOWANCE $80.00. Happy June everyone! This is when we start a new year with a new commander and some new officers. The last two years The following is the Post 137 Annual Report from May, 2007 were a lot of work but very productive. I, for one, believe that through April, 2008 the next year will be a continuation of the good work already 1. Total hours: 690 2. Total miles: 16,698 done. 3. Coupon books: $1,000 4. Refreshments: $690.00 Children and Youth will host the Legion Dinner for Danny 5. Items donated: Books/ Magazines, D.V.D.’s, V.H.S. tapes, Grant on the first Friday of each month until he is able to take Phone cards, Clothing, etc., $32,857.00. over again. I’m sure you all know he has been pretty sick, as of 6. Total dollar credit $34,547.00 late. We will host the Legion dinner on the 6th for him and C&Y will host the dinner on the 27th: Rib eye steaks on both A SPECIAL THANK YOU goes out to Billy Bob for his large occasions. Don’t forget bingo on Mondays, darts on Tuesdays, donation of phone cards, they really added up in a hurry, and to karaoke on Wednesday bowling and bread day on Thursday Benny Combs, V-304 post 88 for his donation of $150.00- proceeds and, dinner and music on Friday. The Tiki is open. Let’s have from the quilt raffle on April 19, 08. Benny donated the quilt back fun and support the best legion in Florida, Post 137!!!!! to us so we can raffle it again. All proceeds will go to the V.A.V.S. program For God and Country, Barry Congressi Our next visit to the Lake City V.A. Hospital will be June 27, 2008. We depart Post 137 at 4:30 pm. If you have books, 4TH VICE REPORT: magazines or other items to donate, please mark V.A.V.S. and drop On April 25,08 members of post 137 and 40/8 made our monthly off at post 137. Remember, it is up to us as veterans to, take care of visit to Lake City V.A. hospital. The following members participated: veterans. Lewis & Ann Gray, Joe & Patsy Kohten, Dale Prewitt, Carl & Myra Yours in service, Lewis Gray Jowers, Al & Josie Sciarratta. Thanks again, goes out to the COMMANDER’S ANNOUNCEMENTS “VOLUNTEERS OF THE MONTH” Our Thursday “Bread Day” program has been re-established here at our Post Home. Many of our members take advantage of this program and I am delighted to see their participation. This project is the result of the hard work and dedication of two Legionnaires who spend their time and efforts in seeing that bread products and in some instances produce is provided to those who wish to partake of it. I am of course talking about J. W. and Stanley who do this on a weekly basis at no expense to the Post. Please continue to enjoy this program! I urge each and everyone who can to make a donation in the box provided, in order to help cover some of the personal expense incurred by these Legionnaires in procuring and transporting the goods to the Post. Dennis Thompson, Commander PATRIOT GUARD REPORT During the month of April the Patriot Guard was very active. Unfortunately most missions were for funerals. However, on April 28th there was a Welcome Home ceremony for 35 members of the Florida Air National Guard. The ceremony was held on the FANG base at Jacksonville International Airport. Seven members of the PGR were able to come out and show support for these returning troops. Members of American Legion Post 137 were present along with the American Legion Riders Chapter 137. Welcome Home, Airmen. Rick Wiggs HISTORIAN’S REPORT: The crazy weather has taken a turn and Summer has arrived. In April, Post 137 held a Luau. A lot of people came out danced, ate, swam and had a good time. Some grass skirts were there, but there was a lot of doubt about the ones wearing them. If you weren't there, you missed a good time, good food and friends. The new Digital History Picture Frame is now on display. Digital is the way of the future and the future has arrived at Post 137. Pictures of an entire year can be kept in an area less than 2 square inches. There is an internal memory so that when a card is not being used, pictures of Post 137 will play. I still have to figure out how to set up the memory (and a couple of other things), but when I do nearly 300 pictures will be stored for constant play. This display is unique and should be the first of its kind. Bulky photo albums are dead. Come to your Post and see for yourself. For GOD and Country, Rick Wiggs USMCCA What can you say except the marines mission has been accomplished! On behalf of the USMCCA Officers and Boosters it was an honor to help such a fine young lady who has proved she has a big heart and truly cares about helping the veterans and now has shown her willingness to help others as well. With a “can do it attitude”, our own Honorary Dept of Fl. Jr. President, Miss Nola Marcantel, ask for our support in helping her to raise funds for the “All Children’s Hospital Fund”. We gladly accepted. Funds raised were: N. Florida Shipyards, Administration and Employees $260.00, Cross State Towing, Captains Butler and Cowart $40.00, American Harbor & Docking Pilots $50.00, Crowley Shipping Lines $50.00, Great American Advertising $50.00, FCCS Beta Club,$50.00, Ron Henningfeld $50.00, Home Post 137 $25.00 plus postage, SAL Sqdn 137 $25.00, Rod & Pole Benders $231.00, A.L. Riders Chapter 137 $740.00, Aux. Unit 137 $10.00, USMCCA $1,553.00, and balance of funds $2,366.00 from around the State of Fl. Posts, Units & SAL Sqdn’s. An additional $150.00 has been added to the State donations. With Nola’s “we can do it attitude” and the support units help, she made in contributions to the Dept of FL. President, Linda Teasley’s Project, All Children’s Hospital Foundation the amount of $5,650.00. Mrs Teasley indicated that each Lactation room cost approximately $10,000. She thinks that with this contribution Dept. of Fl. may have enough to fund two rooms for the hospital. A Special Thank You to Mrs Teasley for her support of this project. It would be fitting to give a Hand Salute with a “Good, Job” added, to all who made it happen. “Semper Fi”. For GOD, Country and Corps, Dennis Glisson, President CABANE 304 Grande 13, 14, 15. By the time you receive this Bugler I am sure you will be thinking what do I need to pack, to go to Grande. I seem to pack the whole house and still forget something. See you all there and I am sure we will all have a great time as usual. Please Don’t forget! We will have installation of officers on June 21st. Merci, Sandra Gentry, La Présidente VOITURE 304 Merci, to our Dames and Voyageurs for V-304’s great turn out for our Grand Chef’s Homecoming. Remember the Grande Promenade on the 13th, 14th, and 15th of June at Cocoa Beach. Welcome and Congratulations to Ron Garland, our new Chef de Gare. Installations of our Officers will be 21 June. Social hour at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7 pm and installations at 8 pm. See you there. Merci to Lewis G., Bill L. and Norman G. for the super job on the kitchen. You guys are great. Now I wish to Thank each and everyone for your support this past year. I think we have Are you 62 years old or more accomplished some good things. Don’t let up because more and own your own home? needs to be done. It has really been an honor to serve as your Would you like to pay off Chef de Gare. I will always cherish it. your existing debts? Would you like additional Yours in Service, monthly income? John Kelley, Chef de Gare With a Reverse Mortgage Your current mortgage is paid and JAGUAR FANS You can receive a lump sum cash payment or Ride the bus with us! A meeting will be held at the Post at 7:30 You can receive additional p.m. on Wednesday June 25th for the Post 137 Jaguar Bus. Monthly income for life or This will be the 14th year that we have chartered a bus to take us You can receive a Line of credit and from the Post to the game and back again. It is the best way to With a reverse mortgage your payments are tax free and go! We tailgate and have extra game day activities on the bus. You pay back “nothing” as long as you If you are interested in riding with us, please be at the meeting. live in the home and If you would like to ride but can't make the meeting, contact The home remains in your name. Jerry Lepore or leave a message in the office. GO JAGS! For information on Reverse Mortgages and other loan services, call Fred Bergman (904) 505-4260 e-mail Fbergman@comcast.net CHAPLAIN’S REPORT Hope all of our post mothers had a wonderful Mother’s Day. You are very special people and it is always a pleasure to recognize you on your special day. Don’t fret Dads. Your pampering day is coming soon. Wishing you a HAPPY FATHER’S DAY now. Our Post is looking better each day as improvements are being made regularly. Thanks to our House Committee, Tom, Ray, Bob and Barry. These guys voluntarily give their time and are always willing to be of service wherever it is needed. When you see them, give them a word of thanks for the hard work they have put forth to make our post look great. Thanks again for your support of our on-going projects. The 2nd Annual Car Show went off very well and the money raised will go to a great cause. I would like to mention another project that is going on. The post has sandwiches on sale, each day at the bar. Thanks to Ann, Debbie and Bill for their efforts in preparing these sandwiches. All money raised goes into the S A L fund, which eventually goes to support our legion programs. Your support of this project would be appreciated. It is my sad duty to inform our members of the following legionnaires who have transferred to POST EVERLASTING. JAMES ROBERT HAMMOND, ALBERT MILLER, DAVID STACKS Please keep these legionnaires and their families in your thoughts and prayers, and our sick and disabled. For GOD and Country, Gene Odom AUXILIARY PRESIDENT’S REPORT We held our regular monthly meeting on May 1st, 2008. Since 1st Vice Sue Rewis was a little under the weather, Secretary Anita Lee read in the new members and they were voted on and accepted bringing our total to 92.13 % Hon. Dept. Junior President Nola Marcantel made a request for a $10.00 donation to her project (All Children Hospital), motion was made and carried. Vera Stevens has not completed her report on the annual Firemen & Policemen dinner. The S.A.L. presented the Unit with a check for $100.00 donation toward the expenses. We do know that we served approximately 520. This project keeps growing every year and these guys are very appreciative. Good job Vera. We held our annual Unit 137 Memorial Service for our departed members with myself, Chaplain Nora and Nola Marcantel, participating; as always, our Chaplain presented a beautiful Service. Emma La France stepped up to do our dinner on May 23rd. Thanks Emma. Ray Runyan is taking over the Mothers Day breakfast for us. Much thanks to Ray, this is what we mean by Legion Family!! Don’t forget our election will be held at the next meeting June 5th. If anyone would like to hold an office, please contact one of our nominating Committee, Vera Stevens, Sue Rewis, or Nora Marcantel. We desperately need someone for 2nd Vice. We also are planning to join with the Legion on June 28th to present our awards. We mailed out approximately 2000 poppy letters. When the Editor mailed the monthly Bugler for May she also mailed out approximately 2000 Poppy letters. Donations are really coming in. Thank you for your help. For God & Country, Unit 137 President, Jeri West Sons of the American Legion Lakeshore Squadron 137 email@example.com Meeting Thursday, June 12th @ 7:30PM This is the Last Report of the Legion Year for 2007-2008. The Legion Year runs from July 1st to June 30th so let’s recap the year. Your Sons Membership should end the year at about 105% approximately 265 members, the 2nd Largest Squadron in the Detachment of Florida. The Squadron has raised and given away well over $3000.00 to Legion Charities such as Children & Youth Foundation CMN, Special Olympics, Legion Baseball, Shooting, Boys State, VAVS, NEF, Police & Fire Dinner, and Ronald Mc Donald House. Thank you to all the Squadron Officers, Squadron members, Legion Members and Auxiliary Members, who gave their time, effort, and money to make our Squadron the pride of Florida. Job Well Done! At the May meeting the Squadron officers and membership authorized the proceeds of the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, $250.00 to be sent to the American Legion Legacy Foundation, for those who are not familiar with this Charity it supports a college scholarship program for the child of our military who’s parents have been KIA in the War on Terrorism. This is a relatively new Legion Charity and I hope everyone of Legion Family Organizations get behind it, like us. Nominations and Election of Officers will take place at the Meeting June 12th at 7:30. Please turn out and support your Squadron, Remember your membership was granted to you by your Fathers/parents service at a time of war, show the respect that that deserves. Participate. Last but not least, with the end of the Legion Year Post 137 will be Welcoming in a New Post Commander, but saying farewell to our Present Commander Dennis Thompson. Dennis has to be one of the hardest working Post Commanders and did it to the best of his ability, thru good times and bad, through sickness and health, his utmost to better this Post. Whether, it was Legion, Club, or any other Legion Family Activities he was there doing his best to see everything went well. To you Commander Thompson a hardy “who raw”, A BIG Thank YOU FOR A JOB WELL DONE! For GOD, Country and Our Legion Family, Bill Kelly, Squadron Commander JOB SEEKERS “ LOOK” LOCAL JOB FAIRS CAREER MARKETPLACE: June 10TH - FCCJ Downtown Campus Advanced Technology Center, Room T-140 and T-141 401 W. State St. - Jacksonville, FL 32202 Info call (904) 798-9229 ext. 2212 9 AM – 12:30 PM MILITARY STARS CAREER EXPO: June 12TH - Morocco Shrine Auditorium 3800 St Johns Bluff Road, Jacksonville, FL. 32245 Info call (904) 684-0133 ext. 193 11 AM – 4 PM CIVILIAN JOBS . com, JOB FAIR: June 26TH - Morocco Shrine Auditorium 3800 St. Johns Bluff Road, Jacksonville, FL. 32245 Info call (904) 801-4418 10 AM – 2 PM Pre register online at www.Civilian Jobs.com and you will have a chance to win an Apple iPod Shuffle to be given away at the job fair. Club Managers Report firstname.lastname@example.org May 7, 2008 Revenue for April 41,770.21 Expenses 35,153.98 Net profit 6,616.23 YTD. 12604.22 Monthly Transfer $3,000. YTD. Transferred 6,000. Shortages/Lottery 200.00 4-23-08 NSF’s Feb/Mar. 6 total 3 collected. Recommendation Sams Club Plus Card Recommendation Priorities for Operations 1. New registers for Club 2. Cameras 3. New Computer for Club Mgr. 4. Club Mgrs. 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