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Meetings

Executive Board Meeting Executive Board Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month unless otherwise posted.



General Meeting Luncheon
The next General Luncheon Meeting will be held on Thursday 13 April 2017 at 11:30am at Sparkman Center Bldg 5302 Executive Dining Room Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 Hope to see you there!



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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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2016-2017 Chapter Officers:

President:
Christina Ridgeway
Vice President:
Stephen Elison
Treasurer:
Audrea Edwards
Assistant Treasurer:
LaToya Sims
Recording Secretary:
Lisa Burkman
Corresponding Secertary:
Dana Wilbanks

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NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

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The American Society of Military Comptrollers -
Redstone/Huntsville Chapter
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HUNTSVILLE/REDSTONE CHAPTER
A FIVE-STAR CHAPTER




WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT


CHAPTER VISION

To serve the Redstone/Huntsville comptroller community by providing quality educational, training and professional development programs. To provide our members opportunities to network and interact with other members of the comptroller community and to support our community through service and outreach programs.

2016-17 GOALS

  • Maximize high quality training and professional development opportunities
  • Increase Participation in chapter activities
  • Grow the number of professionally certified members
  • Build stronger networks with local government organizations and defense industries

    ASMC REDSTONE-HUNTSVILLE CHAPTER ANNUAL PICNIC, Thursday 11 MAY 2017

    EVENTS: BINGO, CAKE WALK, & PRIZES

    WHERE: Building 4316 - NASA Activities Center

    TIME: 1130AM-1230PM

    MENU: BBQ Pulled Chicken or Pork, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, and Banana Pudding

    COST: Members $13, Non-Members $14
    For Information Please contact Daphne Turner 842-6790 or daphne.d.turner.civ@mail.mil by 3 MAY 2017 NLT Noon.

    WHISTLE STOP BBQ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Friday 5 May & Saturday 6 May 2017

    Volunteers Registration will be utilizing SignUp.com (the leading online SignUp and reminder tool) to organize upcoming volunteers assignment.

    Here's how it works in 3 easy steps: 1)Put the below link in your internet search browse (http://signup.com/go/dRUewu) to see our SignUp on SignUp.com 2)Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like. 3) Sign Up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

    Volunteers are needed to assist for 3-4 hours shifts with the following areas:

    Front Gates: Taking money, scanning tickets and greeting guests. We request that anyone from the ages of 14-17 be accompanied with an adult.

    Beverage Tents: Selling beer, wine and sodas. Please note that you MUST be 21 to work the beverage tents and complete training for certification. We have two dates for the training that will be held at the EarlyWorks Museum on Friday April 7th from 6pm till 7:30pm and Saturday April 22nd from 1pm till 2:30pm.

    Soda trailers: Selling non-alcoholic beverages. We request that anyone from the ages of 14-17 be accompanied with an adult.

    Hope to see you there! Debbie O'Neal Community Projects Chair

    POC for this event is Debbie O'Neal, email: onealdeb@nehp.net, phone: 256-723-2314 (H) or 256-783-4724 (C).


    Does ASMC have all of your up-to-date information to be able to contact you?

    Many members have new addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, etc that have not been updated in their ASMC Profile. The most current contact information is needed for sending and delivering important messages to all ASMC members. Please make sure your profile is currently up-to-date by logging in to your ASMC profile and making any necessary changes today! Please login on the ASMC National Page and Update Profile to verify your information.

    Did you know ASMC Dues will increase effective 1 Jan 2017?

    To continue providing you with the level of quality service you expect and deserve, and to strengthen and expand the programs ASMC provides, **effective 1 January 2017** annual membership dues will increase from $26 to $40 and three-year membership dues will increase from $75 to $114.* If you recently joined ASMC or renewed your membership (for one or three years), your dues will not increase until your membership "paid thru" date. *However, from now through the end of 31 December 2016, current members (as of 5 October 2016) may elect to purchase (at the current dues rate) a "one time" renewal of membership (for either one or three years), thus extending your membership paid thru date for 12 or 36 months.*

    Hope everyone will renew your membership! As financial managers, we always are looking at getting the most for our $. Take advantage of the best deal available and renew at the current membership rate for 3 years. Even if you just renewed or are a new member, you can extend your membership at the current rate. If your membership has expired, take this opportunity to renew before price increases go into effect on 1 Jan 2017.

    Dana Wilbanks ASMC Membership Committee Chair


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    UPCOMING COMMUNITY PROJECTS

     See the Community Projects page for more information on upcoming community projects.

    VOLUNTEERISM IS VERY REWARDING

    Community Projects we are considering this year include:

    Project Date
    Special Olympics Oct 2016
    Heroes Week-Veterans Nov 2016
    Angel Tree Dec 2016
    Kids to Love Dec 2016
    Night To Shine Feb 2017


    Remember this is YOUR Chapter and we need EVERYONE's support.
     

    CDFM Quiz


    1. The Federal Budget is the ________.
    A) Congress
    B) OMB's
    C) President's
    D) Department of Defense

    2. ________ is the totality of units in a DoD component.
    A) Future Manpower Defense
    B) Peace-time Structure
    C) Force Structure
    D) Total Strength

    3 Personnel budget estimates are prepared in terms of full-time equivalent (FTE) employment, as required in OMB _______________.
    A) Circular A-123
    B) Circular A-11
    C) Circular A-54
    D) Circular A-34

    Answers at the bottom of the CDFM Page.

     
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