Thursday, July 2, 2015
I never get tired of using that quote from “The Jerk.” In this case is seems pretty darn appropriate. The last year as VP for AdFed Suncoast is a blur and now here I sit as the new President for the following year.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
An integral member of the Internet Committee, Lee was responsible for the design and development of AdFed Suncoast's new website that launched in August of 2013. Lee took a laundry list of requests from the Board of Directors and turned it into the beauty that you see today.
Monday, May 19, 2014
As my term as AdFed Suncoast President comes to a close, I have to take a moment to thank the entire 2013-14 Board of Directors and their Committee members for all of their volunteer time, effort and service to the club. We have achieved much this year - rebranded the club, designed a new website, restructured our membership levels to provide increased benefits, moved to an annual dues deadline, updated our club bylaws and policy manual...
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
I'm proud to announce that AdFed Suncoast is supporting the Suncoast Center for Independent Living (SCIL) in the 2014 Giving Partner Challenge. This is a special online fundraising opportunity for more than 400 non-profit organizations to receive special grants and matching funds. The Giving Partner Challenge takes place from noon to noon May 6-7, 2014.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Deb has been the backbone of our ADDY Committee for the past two years. Last year, as Entry Chair, she spent countless hours gathering, sorting, organizing, displaying and forwarding AdFed Suncoast ADDY entries. In 2014, Deb became ADDY Co-Chair and not only repeated her duties in managing the entry process, but also helped entrants navigate the new software system.
Friday, February 21, 2014
If you're reading this, it means you've made it far enough into the Underground that we can reveal a few of our secrets to you. If others will be accompanying you on your journey into the Underground, please forward this message on to them, before it self destructs.