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LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP_CODE HOME_PHONE EMAIL
Ackerman Bill & Kitty P.O. Box 120 Ashton MD 20861    
Alden Brenda & Tommy 3204 Burnett Road Byron GA 31008 478-967-1337  
American Camellia Society   100 Massee Lane Fort Valley GA 31030-9100 478-967-2358  
Andrews Patrick 950 E. 189th Lane Citra FL 32113-2219 352-595-3365  
Atlantic Coast Camellia Society P.O. Box 1087 Clinton NC 28329-1087    
Ballard Michael P.O. Box 66196 Mobile AL 36600-1196    
Barlow Lawrence & Shelly 3591 Kentucky Trail Chesapeake VA 23323 751-487-8082 larrybalow@cautel.net
Bates Larry 10 Joe Gunter Rd. Forest Hill LA 71430 731-514-6227 larryvbates@hotmail.com
Baugh Al & Vickie 31287 Blakeley Ridge Ct. Spanish Fort AL 36527-5136 251-621-9930 vmb_baugh@bellsouth.net
Beatty, Jr. Earl 9315 Westfield Dr. White Plains MD 20695-2642    
Benko Ronald & Dean 43103 W. Pleasant Ridge Hammond LA 70403 985-542-5398 ronbenko@worldnet.att.net
Bennett Bill 3846 Menendez Drive Pensacola FL 32503-3137 850-438-2585 wybennett8@aol.com
Bilyeu Dennis 5275 Longmire Court Conroe TX 77304    
Bishop Edna H. 402 Becker Brookhaven MS 39601 601-754-9987 s-bishop1@bellsouth.net
Blanchard Joan I. 2020 W. Romana St. Pensacola FL 32502 850-432-4216 jblanc6000@aol.com
Boudreaux Dudley & Lois P.O. Box 146 Port Neches TX 77651-0146 406-722-4994 dboudreaux@gt.rr.com
Bounds Ken & Helen 927 North Shore Dr. Biloxi MS 39532-3013    
Boyd Ann 400 S. Jackson St. Brookhaven MS 39601-3818    
Bradford Henry & Pat 73444 Plantation St. Covington LA 70535-6005    
Braud Danny & Darianne 21315 Sidney Road Grosse Tete LA 70740 225-648-2655  
Brechter Bart P.O. Box 6826 Houston TX 77265    
Breeland Alfred & Renae 154 Edgewater Dr. Biloxi MS 39531-4709 228-388-5199 tobyfatcat@bellsouth.net
Broders, Jr. Leo E. 543 Swyburn Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-766-3972 leoejr@bellsouth.net
Bush Allen P.O. Box 246 Blytheville AR 72316-0246 870-763-1776 ajb1@swbell.net
Bush Maggie 200 Dominican Dr. #3108 Madison MS 39110-8630    
Butler Mr. & Mrs. Tom 1265 Knollwood Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-924-5652 mairhelene@aol.com
Butler Fay 11545 Rue De Ponti Baton Rouge LA 70810 225-761-7818 fay38@aol.com
Campbell James Green 16068 Riverside Dr. Covington LA 70435-7923 985-630-9899 rivercamellia@bellsouth.net
Campbell Kenn & Ruby 3310 Fairway Drive Baton Rouge LA 70809-1817 225-923-1697 kennbc@cox.net
Causey John 6167 N. Greenburg Rd. Summit MS 39666 601-754-2694 john_causey@att.net
Chaffin Mana P.O. Box 199 Lillian TX 76061-0199 817-477-3910 earthworksinc@msn.com
Charbonnet Hunter & Meg 16423 Summerhill Dr. Covington LA 70435 985-705-3052 hcharb.1@gmail.com
Christian Rebecca & Bob 4634 Hyacinth Ave. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-930-9330 rebeccaschristian@gmail.com
Ciolino Vincent P.O. Box 1527 Covington LA 70434-1527 985-773-4547  
Clark Ken & Kay 6973 Whitlow Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-767-7973  
Collins Drs. Jason & Candance P.O. Box 806 New Roads LA 70760 225-638-8351 ccoil34257@charter.net
Comber Carol 521 Long Lake Dr. Pensacola FL 32506-5683 850-455-8496 cjeanc2@hotmail.com
Corban Mac & Peggy P.O. Box1430 Long Beach MS 39560-1430 228-864-4352 magruderscor@cableone.net
Crawford Mark 2867 Carroll Ulmer Rd. Valdosta GA 31601 229-460-5922 craw142@bellsouth.net
Creighton Walter & Alice 2685 Snow Rd. Semmes AL 36575-6805 251-649-1426  
Crowder Florence 1149 Cockerham Rd. Denham Springs LA 70726 225-665-8179 florence.crowder@cox.net
Dale John & Priscilla 549 Duncan Ave. Natchez MS 39120 601-446-9924 priscillad@bellsouth.net
Davis George & Jane 16 N. Monterey St. Mobile AL 36604-1317 251-471-9315 camelliafan@aol.com
Davis Greg & Rosamay 7815 Burgoyne Rd. Houston TX 77063-2801 713-781-1996 gedavis456@aol.com
Dickson Mary Caroline 72 N. Highlands Dr. Poplarville MS 39470 601-403-8268 mcdpopcamellia@bellsouth.net
Dillemuth Bob & Paula 5848 Guava Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-767-5470 crdillemuth@cox.net
Dillon Cassandra G. P.O. Box 1482 Pascagoula MS 39568    
Dodson Dr. William H. & Ann 4311 Kennesaw Dr. Birmingham AL 35213 205-871-2827 bdodson4311@charter.net
Dolese Bob & Martha 10630 S. Stanwick Pl. Baton Rouge LA 70810-2669    
Dolese Bob & Martha 10630 S. Stanwick Pl. Baton Rouge LA 70810-2669 225-761-0470 rsdbria@cs.com
Drews Rupert 568 Galera Lane Mt. Pleasant SC 29464 843-971-7292  
Drury Benjamin 6307 Landmark Dr. Alexandria LA 71301-2343    
Dwyer James & Eileen 14040 Riverside Dr. Foley AL 36535 251-988-1405 jdwyer@gulftel.com
Edwards Mary 2405 N. 18th Ave. Pensacola FL 32503-5406 850-433-2356  
Egnew Theta 77 Shady Lane Slidell LA 70461-1539 985-643-3240 egnewa@bellsouth.net
Ehrhart Bob & Linda 2081 Norris Rd. Walnut Creek CA 94596 925-937-0188 rehrh72822@aol.com
Eidem Richard & Sarah 11363 Newton Circle Conroe TX 77303-3249 936-264-1247 seake@consolidated.net
Estes Shirley 504 Becker St. Brookhaven MS 39601 601-833-8390 boguewild@bellsouth.net
Eubanks Nell 217 Methodist Blvd. #148 Hattiesburg MS 39402 228-374-9958  
Ferlito Nick & Brin 1702 Longview Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70806    
Fetterman Annabelle 208 Fox Lake Dr. Clinton NC 37220-1023 910-592-3735  
Fitzmorris Alan & Wendy 5350 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd. South Grand Bay AL 36541-5438    
Frank Dick & Sandra 1018 Stonewall Dr. Nashville TN 37220-1023 615-383-7058 cdrfrank@bellsouth.net
Gainesville Camellia Society   1721 SW 82nd Terrace Gainesville FL 32607    
Gault Phyllis B. 7480 Beechnut St. Apt.12 Houston TX 77074-4503    
Geeker Katherine 4090 Bayou Blvd. Pensacola FL 32503-3382    
Gillespie Sara E. P.O. Box 15517 Hatiesburg MS 39404-5517    
Glass Dr. Walter D. & Brenda 3768 Kinross Dr. Birmingham AL 35242-5801 205-408-5756 glasswd@bellsouth.net
Gordy Lillian 7188 NW 14th St. Ocala FL 34482-8225 352-854-1348 gordylove@embarqmail.com
Gralapp William 1815 Old Shell Rd. Mobile AL 36607-3416 251-473-2535  
Griffin George 1136 Stonewall Jackson Nashville TN 37220 615-373-0744  
Grimm John 4113 Transcontinental Dr. Metairie LA 70006 504-610-7828 camelliasaver@gmail.com
Hairston Bill & Louise 2540 Aberdeen Rd. Birmingham AL 35223-1057 205-993-1180  
Hall Harold & Caryl W. 1102 Millard Dr. Nacodoches TX 75965-2640 935-560-3322 cwhall2@suddenlink.net
Hardwick Bill & Sally 179 Milton Road Reynolds GA 31076-3703 478-847-3541  
Harry Jana 14005 Viginia St. Vancleave MS 39565-6941 228-872-5974  
Hart Eileen 16921 Crawley Rd. Odessa FL 33556 813-920-2987  
Harwood Martin & Sandra 4505 Baywoods Court Pensacola FL 32504 850-477-3625 camelliamartinharwood@gmail.com
Heard Larry 4213 Halls Mill Rd. Mobile AL 36693 251-604-8642 Larry_Heard@bellsouth.net
Hegwood C. P. 988 Castle Kirk Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-266-6054 chegum@me.com
Hirasaki George & Darlene 4905 Linden St. Bellaire TX 77401-4434 713-662-2946  
Hogsette Jerry & Harriet 11407 SW 24th Avenue Gainesville FL 32607-1233 352-332-4761 jhogestt@bellsouth.net
Holland Edward 314 Shasta Dr. Houston TX 77024-6917 713-461-8009  
Hollis Mike 40 Lakewood St. Mary Esther FL 32569 850-243-6026  
Holmes Joe & Laura 1931 Indigo Dr. St. Francisville LA 70775 225-784-2831 josephcjr@bellsouth.net
Hooten Col. & Mrs. Richard J. 6510 Scenic Hwy. Pensacola FL 32504 850-969-0001 bdhooten@cox.net
Houdek Joyce & Andy 226 Leeds Dr. Slidell LA 70461-5060 985-726-5187 houdek226@charter.net
Huerkamp Paul P. O. Box 57 Pearl River LA 70452 985-863-8462 kamellair@aol.com
Hultgren Susan 1949 Woodland Dr. Bato Rouge LA 70808 225-927-2309 slphillips@cox.net
Hunter Mathew & Cheryl 4501 W. Cascade Rd. Wilmington NC 28412-6824 910-232-0304 mhunter@cape-fear.net
Hurt Thurston 586 Sledge Road Alvaton KY 42122   thurstonhrt@aol.com
Jacob Susan 525 Rue De La Parc Slidell LA 70458 985-640-3506 sjacob@ochsner.org
James Trent & Kay P.O. Box 14507 Baton Rouge LA 70898-4507 225-642-5233 trentonlj@aol.com
Janes Jack 23602 S. Hawthorne Rd. Hawthorne FL 32640 352-481-4395  
Jeffares Liz 6694 Hwy 145S Meridian MS 39301 601-483-1297  
Jenus, Jr. Joseph & Hilma 213 Eldredge Rd. Ft. Walton Beach FL 32547-1307 850-862-4526 joejenus@gmail.com
Jimmy Walker Leo Brown & 8600 Tutwiler Ln. Mobile AL 36619 251-633-7279 wjtiger40@aol.com
Jinks Mike & Geri 207 Edgewood Dr. Brookhaven MS 39601 601-833-1392 gjinks@cableone.net
Jones Fred & Sandra 2056 Dunn Rd. Moultrie GA 31768 229-941-5774 sandrayjones@windstream.net
Kaberlein Kay 2070 Fred Martin Road Summit MS 39666 601-249-2967  
Kahn Dante 4855 Velasquez Pensacola FL 32504-9802    
Kammer Robert & Peggy 336 Oaklake Ln. Niceville FL 32578-4400 850-897-5741 bpkama2@embarqmail.com
Kendrick Kevin & Alice 3040 Milton Dallas TX 75205    
Kendrick Joycelyn 323 Blair Lane, Unit FF2 Baton Rouge LA 70809 985-788-5735 joycelyn.kendrick@gmail.com
Kendrick Brian & Lisha 1245 Cornerstone Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70810    
Kendrick Sean & Laurie 3012 Grant Quarters Circle Marietta GA 30068    
Kerr Judy B. 3115 Windermere Dr. Pensacola FL 32503-8207 850-434-0326 judy.kerr@cox.net
Kooney Nick 542 Mele Place Diamond Head MS 39525 228-255-8160 nkooney6@cs.com
Krzymowski Walter & Geri 159 W. Pinewood Dr. Slidell LA 70458-1346 985-643-1794 3_krismo@bellsouth.net
Kuehny Jeff S. 9561 Bank St. Clinton LA 70722    
Ladner Wallace & Dana 2868 Concord Lane SW Boguecitto MS 39626 601-754-2694 danaLadner2000@yahoo.com
Landry Art & Janet 10522 Ferncliff Ave. Baton Rouge LA 70815-5213 225-275-2119 aplandry@bellsouth.net
Landry Lauren & J. Wright 4809 Iberville St. New Orleans LA 70119 504-486-4951 llandry12@cox.net
Latta Marilyn W. 1410 Chickasaw St. Dothan AL 36303    
Latta Forest S. 4708 Old Shell Rd. Mobile AL 36608 251-345-8212 forest.latta@burr.com
Lawrence Steve & Gayle 8030 Bernard St. Tallahassee FL 32317 850-656-8348 slawrence61@comcast.net
LeBourgeois Sally 4705 Southshore Dr. Metairie LA 70002-1432 504-455-9664 sallygator@gmail.com
Lefebvre Al & Doris 15226 Government St. Gulfport MS 39503-2877 228-832-2405 dlefebre0738@att.net
Lenert Cleota 903 N. Main St. #124 San Angelo TX 76903-4804    
Lesmeister Don & Joan 4512 Marble Way Carmichael CA 95608 916-967-8420 joananddon@aol.com
Lewis Bruce & Karen P.O. Box 1963 Woodville MS 39669 601-431-1935 karenlewis2@gmail.com
Litchfield Brenda 6163 Bayou Rd. Mobile AL 36605 251-443-9929  
Little Darlyn P.O. Box 517 Winnsboro LA 71295 318-435-4670  
Lively James P.O. Box 158261 Nashville TN 37215-8261    
Lowe Rodney & Rose Mary 61239 Roosevelt Rd. Slidell LA 70458 985-641-0730 ewolr@aol.com
Mangham William 837 Bartholomew St. New Orleans LA 70117 504-343-4628 willmangham@gmail.com
Manis Kenneth & Pamela 102 Wellington Lane Slidell LA 70458 985-645-9863 manisgroup@gmail.com
Manuel Maurice & Lois 102 Augusta Dr. Broussard LA 70518-6673 337-344-6434 drmauricemanuel@bellsouth.net
Maphis Randolph 7476 Skipper Lane Tallahassee FL 32317-8528 850-528-4795 crmaphis@comcast.net
Marcotte Donald & Jenny 11 Whipoorwhill Dr. Huntsville TX 77340 936-295-8056 funny-farm2@sbcglobal.net
McCleary Ray & Pat 6006 Tremayne Dr. Mount Dora FL 32757-8021    
McConnell Ruby E. 21 Snowbird Pl. Spring TX 77381-4153    
McQuiston Jim 6212 Yucca St. Los Angeles CA 99028    
Miller Mark & Lisa 11377 Coleman Rd. Gulfport MS 39506-4138 228-832-7807 Imiller@mdrs.ms.gov
Mims Richard 409 Groves St. Lugoff SC 29078    
Mizell Max & Marie 929 Elmeer Rd. Metairie LA 70005-1611 504-833-3970 mmizell1@cox.net
Mizzell Oliver & Tyler 117 Green St. Santee SC 29142 803-854-3046  
Moon Jim & Grace 9024 Portsmouth Ave. Portland OR 97203-2763    
Moore Mickey & Mary 172 US Hwy 19N Americus GA 31719-8200 229-928-9416 mooremm@bellsouth.net
Moran Carl & Jaqueline 7730 Manini Way Diamondhead MS 39525 228-255-9332 drcmoran@aol.com
Moran Len & Susan 16097 Sweet Carolyn Rd. Biloxi MS 39532 228-392-3792 moranelect@gmail.com
Morris Theklaw 579 Man O'War Circle Cantonment FL 32533    
Morsink Frits 1012 Valmire Dr. Chesapeake VA 23320-4730 757-549-2964  
Mortimer Charlotte & Preston P.O. Box 642 Daphne AL 36526    
Moulton Bob 3970 Menendez Dr. Pensacola FL 32503-3138    
Murphy Julia 24121 Tullmore Dr. Daphne AL 36526-8636    
New Orleans Camellia Club   929 Elmeer Ave. Metairie LA 70005-1611    
Nihart David P.O. Box 8101 Mobile AL 36689-0101   nihartlaw@gmail.com
Oates James P.O. Box 514 Daphne AL 36526-0514 334-626-0203  
Olsen Gabriel 6806 Kitty Hawk Dr. Pensacola FL 32506-5633 850-384-4186 1925angel@gmail.com
Oyler Dr. & Mrs. Richard 7025 Charleston Oaks S. Mobile AL 36695    
Oyler Don & Carolyn 4027 Oyler Rd. Mobile AL 36695-8849 251-666-4674 turkeycreek02@bellsouth.net
Peltier Dr. James 567 Highway 308 Thibodaux LA 70301 985-447-3486  
Pendleton Neal & Lorraine 218 Lourdes Lane Covington LA 70435-6119 985-246-6688 neal218@charter.net
Perkins Dr. Jimmy & Patti 510 McNair Ave. Brookhaven MS 39601-3746 601-757-3785 perkins@sleekcom.com
Petznick Dr. Paul G. 2541 Canterbury Rd. Mountain Brook AL 35223 205-871-7104 pgpelp@bellsouth.net
Phares Gerald & Sharon 22101 Greenwell Springs Rd. Greenwell Springs LA 70739 225-261-3123  
Phillips Charles & Geralynn 53 Granada Dr. Kenner LA 70065 504-443-5950 cphillips@tuftsenergy.com
Piazza Nick 13 Glacier St. Kenner LA 70065-1004 504-616-4378 npiazzajr@gmail.com
Pigott Mike & Della P.O. Box 1639 Sulphur LA 70664-1639    
Pitts Larry & Nancy 2602 Desrys Blvd. Antioch CA 94509-4357    
Poe Lee & Dorothy 807 E. Rollingwood Rd. Aiken SC 29801-3374 803-642-7297 leepoe@mindspring.com
Polozola Michael 22101 Greenwell Springs Rd. Greenwell Springs LA 70739 225-261-3123  
Rabalais Gordon 1030 A South River Dr. Arnaudville LA 70512-3123 337-754-8023 mrsarabalais@aol.com
Randall Jackie 6500 Driftwood St. Sacramento CA 95831-1015 916-421-2456  
Rawls Bill & Cheryl 7567 Tara Blvd S Spanish Fort AL 36527 251-626-5982  
Ray Bill 885 5th St. Florala AL 36442    
Read Glenn & Jill 1141 W. Fire Dept. Rd. Lucedale MS 39452 601-947-6592  
Richardson Homer & Lynn 1545 Friendship Lane NW Brookhaven MS 39601 601-833-4126 homerrichardson@att.net
Richbourg John 99 Richbourg Rd. Monticello FL 32344 850-997-3764 jrichb@nettally.com
Robertson Bill & Mildred 320 Baron Blvd. Suffolk VA 23435-2486    
Root Becky & Tom 2100 River Forest Drive Mobile AL 36605 251-479-0454 byroot@yahoo.com
Roy Roger J. & Linda E. P.O. Box 177 Watson LA 70786 225-664-9594 elroy001@bellsouth.net
Rumph Wilbur & Mary P.O. Box 273 Marshallville GA 31057-0273 478-967-2308  
Ruth Michael & Ann 726 High Plains Ave. Baton Rouge LA 70810 225-767-1388 majbruth@cox.net
Sealy James & Jo Anne 703 Weatherly Rd. SE Huntsville AL 35803-1138 256-426-5998 jsealy@knology.net
Shelfer Claudette 8713 Cedarspur Dr. Houston TX 77055-6624 713-468-6803 ckshou36@comcast.net
Shepherd Donna 4714 Park Place East Charleston SC 29405-4759 843-744-4841  
Sherman Charles & Sandra 6013 Jesse Allen Rd. Milton FL 32570-9592 850-623-6321 shermanacs@aol.com
Sibley Joan 8163 Fairlane Dr. Denham Springs LA 70726 225-665-8706 joanss3@bellsouth.net
Smelley Jim 4831 Devon St. Moss Point MS 39563-2401 228-475-9736  
Smith Major Malcom D. 112 Heritage Hills Pratville LA 36067-2002 334-366-5345  
Soules Peter & Lynnette 22128 5th Street Abita Springs LA 70120-3740 985-893-2418 peterabita@hotmail.com
Southern Calif. Camellia Soc.   3800 Bradford St. #43 La Verne CA 91750    
Stroud Bob & Erin 2 Oak Grove Way Slidell LA 70458-8224 985-643-7156 rastroud@bellsouth.net
Surles Milton & Claire 11531 Echo Wood St. Houston TX 77024-2718 713-464-1163 c_r_surles@yahoo.com
Terry Martha 6501 Sugar Creek Dr. N Mobile AL 36695-2734    
Terry John W. 495 Lone Pine Lane Stuart VA 24171-4194    
Thompson Warren & Cheryl 602 Forrest Dr. Fort Valley GA 31030-3612 478-825-2559 cherwart_2@att.net
Thrasher John & Eleanor 6424 SE 169th Ave. Micanopy FL 32667 352-466-0054  
Tietje Mary P.O. Box 1254 Jennings LA 70546 337-370-9469 byiryjr@centurytel.net
Todes Patricia 39109 7th Ave. Zephyrhills FL 33542-4538 813-980-6114 patodes@yahoo.com
Torres Annette P.O. Box 9134 Moss Point MS 39562-9134 228-475-7595 tobtores@bellsouth.net
Trippe Bonnie G. 105 Rue De Bourbon Slidell LA 70461-5231 985-641-8557 bgtrippe@aol.com
Vanis Hal 15711 CR 4255S Henderson TX 75652 903-854-4517  
Vickers F. Norman 5429 Dynasty Dr. Pensacola FL 32504-8583 850-484-9183 nvickers1@cox.net
Vicknair Lynn 1632 Steele Blvd. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-343-8708 lynnv@cox.net
Vinson C. Roger & Ellen 1905 E. Strong St. Pensacola FL 32501 850-432-2593 roger_vinson@find.uscourts.gov
Vogelsang Skip 4760 Shannon Pl. Pensacola FL 32504 850-776-7951 lbviii@cox.net
Walton Wilton & Ann P.O. Box 993 Fort Valley GA 31030    
Warriner Tom & Cindy 222 Skyline Cir. Crestview FL 32539-0378 850-803-1161 photocrafttom@cox.net
Watkins Paul & Yu-hsia Kao 1812 Old Boston Rd. Texarkana TX 75501-0254 903-868-6298 pwatkins@valomet.com
Weeks Thomas 11281 Jake Pearson Rd. Conroe TX 77304 936-441-3968 tommyweeks@consolidated.net
Weinmann Amb. & Mrs. John G. 29 Nassau Dr. Metairie LA 70005 504-833-1609 vewjgw@sstar.com
Wells Kenny & Diana 4841 Abella Dr. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-927-8646 indiana@lsu.edu
Wheless Nancy #4 Woods Edge Lane Houston TX 77024-7525    
Whiddon Holmes & Connie 120 Confederate Dr. Spanish Fort AL 36527 251-626-5877 Greathouse128@aol.com
Wilcox Bill & Emma 6300 Pigfish Lane Wilmington NC 28409-2037 910-791-3455 pigfishin@aol.com
Williams Nursery Inc.   53 Joe Gunter Rd. Forest Hill LA 71430-9238 318-748-6728  
Witcher Alice 1934 Steele Blvd. Baton Rouge LA 70808 225-336-4147 cusnr@aol.com
Wolfe Ron 2019 Old Dominion Dr. Albany GA 31721    
Woodard Dwayne 500 4th Street SW Birmingham AL 35211-1145 205-324-5831  
Wyatt W. C. 511 Camellia Blvd. Fort Valley GA 31030-4318 478-825-5165 wcwyatt@email.msn.com

 

GCCS Board Minutes - 2014

Gulf Coast Camellia Society Annual Business Meeting

October 18, 2014

The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Gulf Coast Camellia Society, hosted by the Northshore Camellia Society, was held October 17 and 18 at the Clarion Hotel in Covington, LA. The Annual Business Meeting was called to order at 8:45, October 18 by the president, Lynn Vicknair. The President called for a moment of silent prayer for the loved ones lost this past year and those who are ill. She then welcomed new members and issued a welcome back to old members.

The reading of the minutes from the 2013 business meeting was waived since they were published in the winter edition of The Camellian. There were no additions or corrections to the minutes. The first order of business was a financial report from Bob Stroud of the Investment Committee for the Journal Trust Fund. He noted that Trust Fund had a balance of $84470.00. The GCCS Treasurer, Mike Ruth, noted in his report that the 2013 meeting had been profitable with a net profit of $5105.00.  The treasurer reported a current balance of $3407.00. Homer Richardson, the web master, sent a report stating that all conference information was posted on the web site. He also requested that local club information be sent to him for use on the GCCS site.

Celeste Richard, Executive Director of ACS, greeted the attendees on behalf of the American Camellia Society. She introduced the new operations manager at Massee Lane, William Koury. She also noted that David King, a trust person for ACS was in attendance and had a table with materials available for members of the GCCS. The Executive Director also reminded members that this weekend was the last opportunity to order the 2015 Camellia Calendar. Other information included the launching of a new ACS web site. Additionally she noted there would be a membership table contest at the local camellia shows. Each club will decorate a “new member” registration table sponsored by the Society hosting the Camellia Show. She urged that we at the local level, decorate the table, take good pictures and win the contest. Celeste Richard reminded attendees that the ACS National meeting will be held in Tallahassee, FL January 28-31. She discussed that John Wang would be a featured speaker on hybridizing camellias. Finally Ms. Richard stated the appreciation of ACS for the GCCS donation to improve the Fetterman Building parking lot at Massee Lane.

The President, Lynn Vicknair, reported that that GCCS had 81 participants registered for the current fall meeting. She noted that last year 75 persons attended the meeting in Mobile and that the number of attendees continues to increase annually. Ms. Vicknair reminded participants of the sale of raffle tickets throughout the meeting with the drawing to be held prior to the President’s Dinner. She also reminded those attending that the silent auction would close at 5:00pm and urged getting final bids in prior to that time.

Other new business included the Board’s decision to post all GCCS information on the web site. This would include posting past issues of The Camellian. Issues posted on-line will be at least one year old when posted. Ken Campbell’s request for an increase in the dimensions of The Camellian was also approved by the Board.  A request to donate funds up to $500 to the 5-Rivers Nature Center to improve landscaping by the use of Alabama introduced camellia plants. A discussion of each recommendation followed and motions to approve on each were passed.

The nominating committee then presented the following slate of new officers for the next two years as follows: President, Jim Dwyer ; Vice President, Roger Roy; Secretary, Rebecca Christian; Treasurer, Mike Ruth. The State Vice Presidents include Alabama, Al Baugh; Mississippi, Jim Smelley and Susan Moran; Louisiana, Jim Campbell; Florida, Carol Comber. Other members include Atlantic Coast Camellia Society; Mark Crawford and Pacific Coast Camellia Society; Bob Ehrhart.  The slate was approved by the general membership.

The President then called for Club Reports. The Ozone Club was represented by Bob Stroud. He discussed the local club’s partnerships with Slidell sand North Shore High School. As a result of this partnership students in the agriculture programs at these two schools grafted 190 camellias. Over 100 students had the opportunity to graft. Bob Stroud recommended contacting agriculture departments at local high schools. Hunter Charbonnet of the North Shore Club reported that they have made a donation to the Milne Home for Women. The Club is donating camellias for the large garden at the Home. Vicki Baugh reported that the Mobile Club is partnering with the Spanish Fort Garden Club to plant camellias at the National Veterans Cemetery at Spanish Fort. The plantings are intended to carry out the red, white and blue theme. Andy Houdek reported that the New Orleans Camellia Show planned for January 24 will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the New Orleans Camellia Society.

Following the Club reports. the outgoing President, Lynn Vicknair, reminded those attending that next years’ meeting will be held in Bay St. Louis, MS, on October 19-20 at the Hollywood Casino. The New Orleans Club will host the meeting.

Under other business, a motion was passed to send $2000 to ACS in memory of Marie Mizell and Elaine Smelley.   

At the close of the meeting Ms. Vicknair invited attendees to the hospitality suite for refreshments. She gave special thanks to Meg and Hunter Charbonnett, Jim Campbell and Mike Ruth for the success of the North Shore Camellia Society sponsored GCCS meeting.                                                                                                      

Activities for the GCCS Meeting began on Friday with a delicious seafood dinner . The dinner speaker was author, landscaper and artist, Sandra Patrick. She spoke on the manner in which Monet’s Garden can be used in the planning of home gardens. Following Ms. Patrick’s presentation, the first round of the plant auction was conducted. The second round of the auction followed the business meeting on Saturday morning. After lunch the educational sessions included presentations by Larry Bates, J.D. Thomerson, Hong Park, and Mark Crawford. The silent auction, chaired by Florence Crowder, closed at 5 o’clock. Prior to the beginning of the of the President’s Dinner, the outgoing President, Lynn Vicknair again thanked all those who had helped to make the conference a success. She then handed the gavel over to the incoming president, Jim Dwyer. Following the dinner the new president introduced Dr. David Creech, Regents Professor, Stephen F. Austin. Dr. Creech’s presentation included a review of local and international studies of the ornamental horticultural industry, endangered plant rescue, research and reintroduction and finding sustainable solutions to environmental concerns.  

  At the close of the Dinner the framed needlepoint raffle item donated by Meg Charbonnet was won by Carolyn Dixon. Optional tours on Sunday included John Grimm’s  “Camellia Heaven” and Jim Campbell’s “River Camellia Nursery”.

GCCS Board Minutes - 2012

 

GULF COAST CAMELLIA SOCIETY BOARD MEETING - OCTOBER 15, 2012

The Board Meeting was called to order at 2:15 pm on Monday, October 15, 2012 in Conference Room C of the Natchez Grand Hotel, Natchez, Ms., by President Dick Hooton.  There were 20 members present.  The reading of the Minutes from the 2011 Board meeting were waived.  

Bob Stroud of the Investment Committee reported a balance of $61,057.06.  He reported that they had changed several funds with better results.  The question of our being a 501 C organization was brought up, with no written evidence available.   

Peter Soules gave the Treasurer’s report.  We have a balance of $11,317.21 as of August 31, 2012.  The General Meeting of 2011 in Bay St. Louis netted a profit of $675.00.  Dick mentioned that the Auction of plants at that meeting was outstanding. Hooten announced that Kenn Campbell is the new editor of the Camellian.  He needs members to send him articles. 

Hooten asked if there were any comments on the by-laws.  There were none.  He asked for a full copy of the Constitution.  Pat Hegwood will check with Art Landry for a copy.  Homer Richardson said he will put that on the website.  

In the area of New Business, Hooten reported the ACS is using paintings by J.D. Smith for the 2013 calendars to be sold through the ACS website.    A calendar for 2014 is also in progress. 

Hooten asked if a new Nomenclature book is coming out.  Bob Erhart report that it will not be printed because there so  many old ones left..  It will be updated in the future.  The new judges’ handbook has a list of new varieties available for the shows. Kenn Campbell reported his deadline ofnthe next Camellian is December 1, thus he needs materials to him by Nov. 15.  He said going to the current printer in McComb Ms.  is a 2 hour trip each way, and wants to use a Baton Rouge printer for the Camellian. He received approval.  The mailing permit is $380 and it doesn’t seem worthwhile to do so.  He will see if we can use the new printer’s permit.  Kenn also send there will be extra copies of each printing.  Peter Soules asked for them, and he will send them to new members in the new member package. Hooten asked if there were any experimenting with spraying the entire camellia plant with gib, like it is done on blueberries.  No one had done so.  

The 2013 Conference will be sponsored by the Mobile Camellia Club.  The Baughs are the Chairs.  It will be held in Spanish Fort on the Eastern Shore.  There will be several locations, Marriott hotel, The Daphne Civic Center for the meals, and the 5 Rivers Nature Center for the educational sessions - all within a couple of minutes drive from one another.  It will be the same time as next year.  It offers a variety from years past, 2011 at a casino, 2012 at a historic hotel, and 2013 at an outdoor nature setting with a “citified” meal area. 

 

GULF COAST CAMELLIA SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING - OCT. 16, 2012

The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Gulf Coast Camellia Society was held on Oct. 15 and 16 at the Natchez Grand Hotel in Natchez, Ms., hosted by the Brookhaven Camellia Club.  The meeting was opened at 8:35 am by President Dick Hooten. There were 65 members present.   A motion was made and approved  to adopt the minutes from last year as they were published in The Camellian.  Peter Soules gave the Treasurer’s report.  Balance in general checking account as of August 31, 2012 was $11,317.21. Net profit from the 2011 Annual Meeting was $675.00.  A moment of silence was had for deceased club members.  There was no Old Business.  In the area of New Business, Hooten announced that the new editor of the Camellian was Kenn Campbell of the Baton Rouge club.  New officers were announced:  President, Lynn Vicknair; Vice President, Jim Dwyer; Treasurer, Peter Soules; Secretary, Lynnette Soules.    The 2013 Annual Meeting will be hosted by the Mobile Club held on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay.

 

Celeste Richard of the ACS introduced new Operations Manager of Massee Lane Gardens, Matthew Israel. He made an extensive,  informative and interesting presentation on “The State of Massee Lane Gardens”.  His power point presentation included Projects through the summer of 2012:  new Camellia signage on all the plants, renewed accreditation at the International Camellia Society as an “International Garden of Excellence, cleaning of several areas: the Butler and Dodd Greenhouses, the Smith Greenhouse Landing, the Strother Formal Garden and the Environmental Garden. The Camellila House was renovated and the Japanese Garden was revitalized.  A new dump truck was acquired.  New native species were added to the Dr. Dan & Muriel Nathan Education Pavilion and the West Field.  A Master Plan has been drawn for the Silver Conservatory.  Future ACS research will be done on 25 varieties for growth in the sun, and camellia oil as a new agricultural crop in the US. It would be a main source of oil for cooking, cosmetics and lubricating.

 

Celeste Richard spoke on current ACS promotions, such as the annual membership contest for clubs and individuals, a reduced rate of membership dues for new members and the first annual camellia wall calendar for sale.

 

Hunter Charbonnet, Gulf Region Director,  gave a GCCS Regional update.  Lineage is important in that we preserve the legacy of camellias.  Commitment is another area he urged of members.  If we go out to get monies from big donors, they’ll ask what kind of participation do we have from members.  He said to remember “MAC”, Membership and Commitment.

 

Mike Jinks reported that Jason Mcdonald of the Brookhaven area is putting in 10 acres

of tea plants.  He plans on 60,000 such plants. 

 

Dr. Alan  Henn, Extension Services Licensed Plant Pathologist from Mississippi State University  spoke on “Plant Pathology and its application to growing camellias”.  He stressed what can go wrong and what can you can do about it.  Plant diseases are affected by 3 things: the plant itself, environment and the cause, such as a living cause, fungus, or non-living, such as soil condition, virus.  When they overlap, diseases occur.  Petal blight is caused by small spores, emanating from small mushrooms,  airborne that land on the surface of the petal. They grow through moisture.  These spores send out roots looking for place to enter and burrow, and penetrate the plant into cell wall.  Thus the petals turn brown and start to shrivel. To manage camellia growth and flowering, one must break the life cycle of spore growth by good sanitation, such as raking, new mulch, flower removal.   Temperature and humidity affect  spore growth. Actually, petal blight is really a defense mechanism, allowing it to die off and save the rest of the plant and stop the spreading.  A recent problem Dr. Henn has seen on the Gulf Coast is edema on camellias, split raised areas, caused by water in the soil which pushes its way up through the plant and then high humidity at night causes the cells to rupture.  He ended by saying that if tips of leaves are dying, could be root rot. 

 

Homer Richardson, of the Brookhaven Camellia Club, and Chairman of the Natchez Meeting spoke on Camellias in the Landscape.  He said that camellias can have different purposes.  They can serve as a hedge, foundation plant, point of interest, hiding an ugly area. Excellent use is to mix contrast and texture, color and size. 

 

Kathleen Jenkins of the National Park Service spoke on “Historic Natchez and Camellias”.  The Natchez Pilgrimage was started in 1932.  Parts of “Gone with the Wind” movie were shot in Natchez and a camellia was named after Vivian Leigh.  Melrose, a historic town home, is owned by the National Park Service.  The Brookhaven Camellia Society along with the Melrose Garden Friends did much to landscape and enhance the grounds. 

 

The meeting was adjourned at Noon.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Lynnette Soules

Secretary

 

Additional Notes:

Afternoon tours went to Melrose House and Longwood House, two homes built in the 1800‘s.  Banquet dinner entertainer was Mobile Camellia Club member Ellen Vinson, singing songs from “Showboat” and other musicals.

 

 

 


 

GCCS By-Laws

Gulf Coast Camellia Society BY-LAWS

                                                                   2012

 

            ARTICLE I  ORDER OF BUSINESS

1.     Introduction of New Members or Guests

2.     Reading and approving of minutes of previous meeting

3.     Report of Secretary

4.     Report of Treasurer

5.     Report(s) from Committees

6.     Old Business

7.     Communications

8.     New Business

9.     Adjournment

              A majority vote of the members (in good standing) present will be required for the adoption of any matter coming before the Society unless otherwise provided for. (See Article 2, Section 2).

            ARTICLE II  MEETINGS

Section 1       Regular—The annual meeting shall be held in the fall of each year and a second meeting may be called at the time of the annual meeting of the American Camellia Society (ACS) each year.

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Section 2       Special—Special meetings will be held at the call of the President, or on written petition to the President signed by 15 or more members in good standing. All members shall be notified at least fourteen days in advance and the business to be transacted stated in the notice.

                        Fifteen active members shall constitute a quorum.

                        Robert’s Rules of Order Revised shall govern the Society in all cases in which they are applicable and not inconsistent with the By-Laws. Any action not covered by these By-Laws shall be reconciled by the Executive Committee and its decisions shall be final.

Section 3       Executive Committee—The Executive Committee shall meet from time to time as scheduled or at the call of the President.

 

          

             ARTICLE III  ELECTION OF OFFICERS

 

Section 1         The President shall appoint a nominating committee of at least three members in good standing not later than thirty days prior to the fall annual meeting. This nominating committee shall announce the slate of officers at this meeting. Nominations from the floor may be accepted for any office; elections of the officers will follow. Immediately, upon the conclusion of the election, the presiding President shall hand over the gavel and/or the conduct of the meeting to the newly elected President, or in his/her absence, to the First Vice-President, or in his/her absence, to any of the other Vice-Presidents or other elected officers. Voting shall be by written ballot. Voting by proxy shall not be permitted.   

Section 2         The President and Vice-President shall be elected for a term of two years.

                          The Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected for a term of two years.

                          Those receiving a plurality of votes shall be declared elected. A retiring President will automatically become President Emeritus. He/she will continue to pay annual dues or become a Life Member to remain an Active member.

Section 3         An officer may succeed him or herself for one (1) term.

 

           ARTICLE IV  DUES

 

Section 1         The annual dues of this Society shall be Ten Dollars ($10.00) per year single, or Twelve Dollars ($12.00) per year couple (two living in the same household). A Life membership may be bestowed upon a member who has paid Twenty Times (20x) the annual dues for such membership. Annual membership in the American Camellia Society is recommended but not required.

Section 2         Dues are payable October 1 or at the annual fall meeting and must be paid within 30 days, for a member to remain in good standing.

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 Any member not paying within 30 days of November 1 shall be notified of his or her delinquency by mail and shall be dropped from membership if dues are not received within 30 days of said notification.

 Section 3        Resignations will be accepted when written notice is sent to the Secretary or Treasurer, provided all indebtedness is paid. The President will answer all resignations requesting the reason for this action and asking them to reconsider, unless he or she deems it unnecessary.

Section 4         Any member may be suspended or removed for cause upon advice of the Executive Committee, at a regular meeting on vote of majority of members in good standing present.

 

           ARTICLE V  COMMITTEES

 

Section 1         The STANDING COMMITTEES may be:

1.     Executive Committee

2.     Editorial and Publicity

3.     Membership

4.     Program

5.     Liaison with Local Societies

6.     Parliamentarian

7.     Historian

8.     Constitution and By-Laws

9.     Research and Meeting Arrangements

Section 2       DUTIES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

1.     Handle all executive matters pertaining to the Society as voted at regular meetings of members.

2.     Take action on all necessary matters requiring attention in interim between regular meetings of the Society.

3.     Be presided over by the President as its chairman.

4.     Designate duties of all Standing and other committees as required.

5.     Fill any vacancy caused by the death, incapacity, resignation, or removal of an officer during his or her term of office.

            ARTICLE VI  AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS

 The By-Laws of this Society may be amended after a recommendation by the Executive Committee or by a two-thirds majority of members in good standing and in attendance at any regular meeting of the Society. Copies of proposed amendment must be submitted to all members fourteen days prior to the next regular meeting.

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GCCS Board Minutes - 2010

GULF COAST CAMELLIA SOCIETY BOARD MEETING - Oct. 1, 2010

The meeting was called to order by Dr. Pat Hegwood at 2:10 pm on Friday, October 1, 2010 at the Ashton Inn in Pensacola, Florida.  There were 12 in attendance.

Pat thanked Dick Hooton of the Pensacola Club for hosting the meeting with 62 paid members in attendance. Dick reminded us that additional items have been added to the agenda:  a wine reception at the Quayside Gallery and visit to the Art Museum.

Pat presented the 8/31/2010 financial statement given him by Art Landry. Pat thanked Geri Jinks for a fine Camellian publication and Geri asked for articles and photos. 

Marie Mizell brought up attendance seemed dropped, although Peter Soules indicated that Art’s report showed that  there were more members 62 in Pensacola than 53 in Baton Rouge.  Discussions followed regarding membership at various clubs:  were there lower numbers, same, more?  Dick Hooton said that he will address this in the Camellian magazine.  Most said that their memberships were either the same or some loss.  Geri said the Brookhaven club specifically targets the “empty nesters”.  Dick said the Pensacola club gives a plant to a new members. Carl Moran said he randomly gives some of the camellias that he has grafted to people, with the hope that this would generate interest in joining the club. 

Marie Mizell presented the Nominations Committee’s slate of officers for the coming year:  Richard Hooton, President; Lynn Vicknair; Vice President; Peter Soules, Treasurer; Lynnette Soules, Secretary; Geri Jinks, Editor.  State Vice Presidents as follows:  Alabama, Jim Dwyer; California, Steve Mefford; Florida, Carol Comber; Georgia, Ann Walton; Louisiana, Jim Campbell; Mississippi, Jim Smelly and Carl Moran; Tennessee, Dick Frank; North and South Carolina, leave open; Texas, Claudette Shelfer

ACS’s breaking some of Florida into the Atlantic Coast group was discussed.  Geri indicated that a large number of recipients to the Camellian are from the Orlando/Gainesville area, and if we lose their participation, the Camellian may suffer.  We need 200 to get the reduced postage rate, we now have 225.

Marie asked Pat to get a copy of the By-laws and Constitution from Art to give to the new officers.

The question of next year’s meeting was brought up, and Dick asked that this be tabled. He is working on it.

Claudette Shelfer reported on ACS’s decision to  hold a summer meeting at Massee Lane every other year  rather than currently in October.  Election of officers was also moved to summer. The intervening years would be at a destination airport hotel, with no tours or entertainment, just business, 2012 at Bush airport in Houston..  The 2011 winter Annual Meeting will be at Massee Lane in February,  in 2012, Virginia, in 2013, Charleston, in 2014 Pensacola.  These annual meetings are to be true convention type meetings, with outside speakers, booths, vendors. Etc.

Peter Soules asked if any thought was given to mid-week meetings for the Gulf Coast group.  For another organization he was working on, he discovered that mid-week rates are about half of the weekend rate, and perhaps the lowered cost could attract more participants.  This will be discussed at the meeting tomorrow. 

Pat discussed the 70 paintings that J.D. Smith’s family, Dr. Leatherman, wants to donate to us.  A must is that we keep the collection together.  Various ideas were brought up as how to market these.  Print copies that people can buy and frame, sell them at ACS gift shop, use them on plates, paper notes, jewelry, auction, etc.  Pat felt strongly that a group of camellians should be responsible for the ownership of the paintings collection rather an academia.  Pat had brought several of the paintings to the meeting and he displayed them along with the auction items. Pat proposed that the paintings be donated to GCCS as owners, that they be housed at LSU’s Burden Center on a permanent loan basis, and that a memorandum of understanding be drafted between LSU and GCCS.  He will ask Roger Vinson at tomorrow’s meeting to draft such a memo. The Smith family wants to honor him and wants the world to enjoy the paintings.  Each one is signed, with indications of the location of the camellia, and dated.

Peter Soules asked about the portfolio report, should anyone ask for it at the meeting tomorrow since it was not included in the 8/31/10 financial report.  Pat said to say it is forthcoming in the Camellian - and it will be so.

Dick asked should we not pay some of the speakers who have to come in from out of town. Claudette will check on amounts paid to other speakers.

The meeting was adjourned at 3:15 pm.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Lynnette Soules


ANNUAL MEETING

October 2-3, 2009

             The Gulf Coast Camellia Society held its annual meeting October 2 and 3, 2009, at LSU’s Burden Center in Baton Rouge, La.

             Dr. Pat Hegwood, president, called the meeting to order Saturday morning, October 3, at 8:30 a.m. He then called on Gerald Phares of the Baton Rouge Camellia Society to speak of the preparations the Baton Rouge club had made in order for Burden Center to host the fall GCCS meeting. Dr. Hegwood expressed his personal appreciation and that of GCCS members for the magnificent meal and auction that had been hosted the night before by the club and for the plans they had made for the remainder of the meeting.

            Geri Jinks gave the report of the GCCS board meeting from the day before. The board recommended that the annual $2000 gift to ACS be contingent upon the conference finishing with enough funds to do so.

They also discussed the possibility of accepting advertisements in the Gulf Coast Camellia Society publication “The Camellian” with prices to be determined after further study. The board agreed that the 2010 meeting would be held in Pensacola at a date to be announced after the Pensacola Camellia Club checked available dates and possible conflicting events. (Editor’s note: The meeting has since been scheduled for October 1 & 2, 2010.)

            Art Landry presented the financial report as of August 31, 2009, at which time the net worth of the Society was $58,187.27.

(Editor’s note: See page 26 of this issue for the complete financial

report.) The finance committee was commended by Dr. Hegwood and those assembled for having managed the society’s portfolio so successfully in the challenging market of the past year.

            The group then held a moment of remembrance for members and friends who passed away during the year.

The meeting’s educational sessions opened with Florence Crowder, who presented “Quest for Camellia Scions in France.” As part of her desire to locate all historical camellias listed in the nomenclature book, she has travelled to Europe and collected scions. The search has resulted in her becoming friends with many European camellia enthusiasts. She encouraged the group to continue to grow the older varieties of camellias.

             The second session was presented by Fred Fellner, who is in charge of the maintenance of a thousand acres of grounds on LSU campuses. He has established a successful endowment program for live oak planting on the campuses. He has been working to re-introduce camellias into the campus landscaping. His master plan for the campus includes grouping plantings of camellias.

             Michael Polozola, member of the Baton Rouge Camellia Society and a student at LSU, presented a synopsis of his work at Burden Center, where he has a successful camellia propagation program. He has also worked on mapping the camellia collection at LSU. His other duties include caring for new camellia plants at Burden Center and planting new camellia plants on LSU’s campus. He also aids in caring for existing plants on campus.

            The final educational session was presented by Dr. Trent James, who detailed his work with the Baton Rouge Camellia Society’s “Swat Squad.” This dedicated group made 26 on site visits to gardens of individuals in the area who had requested assistance in identifying bushes in their yards and on how to care for their camellias. The group was also able to collect scions and recruit new members through these visits. After visiting with the garden owners, the squad follows up with a thank you letter and a list of instructions for continued care of the camellias they evaluated. Information on the Baton Rouge Camellia Society is also included.

             The meeting was then adjourned.

             Respectfully submitted,

             Geri Jinks

             For Peter Soules, Secretary


Treasurer Report

2009 Financial Statement

August 31, 2009

  

            Beginning Balance (8/31/08)                          $ 8,564.86

            Deposits                                                             8,182.00

           Transfer from Investments                                 5,000.00 

            Annual Meeting Expenses (2008)                      -8355.25 

            ACS  Donation                                                  -2,000.00

            Remit ACS Dues Collected                               -   365.00           

            Publishing Costs                                                -6,229.67

            Annual Filing Fee                                            -       5.00 

            Ending Balance  (8/31/09)                                4,791.94 

 

            Portfolio Balance (9/28/09)                            53,395.33          

           Total Net Worth                                             $58,187.27

  

                                                            Respectfully submitted,

                                                            Art Landry, Treasurer                                                                        

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