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Mar;andale Retreat & Conference Center Ossining, New York March 3, 2012

My role as Vice-President is to support the President in any way I can to carry out the goals set- forth at the 60th National Assembly. It has been a bumpy road due to the illness of our President Lynn Carter
but, through it all, we have made progress. We are thankful to all who sent up prayers for Llyn during her illness and she 'Still needs your prayers and support has she continues her treatment. Llyn is feeling a little better and back to school. Thank Gad. God is good. As Vice-President, I have had the honor of being able to communicate with so many of our GFS sisters here and around the world. Not too long ago, I began to realize how many people I have communicated with through our GFS Leaders and formers members Facebook page. With no effort, at all I can communicate with someone in Australia, Japan So. Korea, Wales, Africa. ve even made contact with Bishops and priest around the planet It has made me realize how amazing this 21 SI century technology is ... ust imagine Millions, and Millions of messages floating in the air around us. Wow! It's J unbelievable,

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The GFS FaceBook page has grownto 400 members, In the last three (3) months 1,544 individual emails where sent out with a 50% opening their emails, That is good news, it means aver half of the emails sent to our GFS sisters are at least opening their email and reading them. What a tool this can be for us in the future to communicate the wonderful things our branches are doing. This would enable us to get our messages out to so many Individuals across the United States. Let us put our heads together to figure out how we can do this. Our GFS Website is up and running and has been updated to 20 II. Further work needs to be done in making this a user-friendly site. In the near future it is the hope of adding new items and features a the site such as photos, a page for leaders only, a page for members and even the possibility of a video Of two. To accomplish this it will take time and the National Board commitment to see to it that it is accomplished with the necessary funds that are allocated. A highlight Newsletter has been introduced an issue for our younger mem bers, the 5-12 age group. J t is called GFS Highlights, Jr. n. This publication is geared to that age group since most of our material is for leaders and teenager members. It is hoped that leaders will encourage the young girls to read it and 10 do the activities. The Highlights team will continue to work on publishing this edition, The Highlights Winter/Spring issue has been completed and will be distributed at the Board Meeting, So far,S editions have been publisbed thus far in color. 1t takes all of us to make the Highlights worthwhile by contributing to the issues. A special thank you to those leaders that have sent materials, An apology from me is due for not putting everything that I have received in the issues. Sometime it is impossible to put everything in but I assure you I will use your picture and articles in the future.

The 61 sf National Assembly 2014 is scheduled to be held in New Jersey at Georgian Court University, A contract has been signed and the Planning Committee is moving forw-ard. As tim.e goes by information thar is more detailed will be sent out. It is important that every one that will be attending the 61S.INational Assembly respond by deadlines. As I communicate with former members the one thing that always comes up is how GFS Laid a foundation for their Christian faith, it taught them the values that so many of them live by today, r feel strongly somehow we as a body Deed to do whatever we can to make our organization stronger so it remains for many future generations to come so they too can experience GFS as their mothers did. everal years ago our theme was Everything is possible with God s help" With prayer. faith and commitment we will be able to make what has been and continues to be an organization for girls that has a strong foundation. The four "Fs' Faith in God, Fellowship with one another. Friendships to last a lifetime Future Visions for the Future. God bless

Your GFS sister in Christ
Respectfully Submitted 3/4112

Velor~M. A~ne;

Vl.cerPY'~GfSIUSA

GF NATIONAL BOARD MEETING MARIANDA E RETREAT ANDCONFERENCE CEN11ER 299 NORTH HIGHLAND AVENUE, OSSINING, NY 10562 MARCH2-42012 L NKCOUNTRYREP RT

FOLLOWING WORLD COUNCIL IN fRELAND I COMMUNI ATED WITH OUR 3 NEW LINK OUNTRIES CAMEROON, SIERRA LEONNE ZAMBIA THEY ALL REPLIED AND WERE LOOKING FORWARD TO SHARING INFORMATION WIT U I ENT EACH~COUNTRY AN E MAlL IN FEBRUARY TELLING THEM WE WERE HAVING A NATIONAL BOARD MEETING ANDASKED THEM TO SHARE OMETl-llNG ABOUT THERE GFS AND TO SEND PICTURES. I RECEIVED A RESPONSE FROM CAMEROON AND ZAMBIA I UNDERSTAND LOIS HAS ALSO COMMUNI ATED WI H ZAMBIA AND WILL GIVE A REPORT ESTELLE'FROM CAMEROON WILL BE SENDING INFORMATION SOON, SIERRA LEONNE DID NOT REPLY AT

rnrs TIME.

I KNOW THEY WOULD BE HAPPY TO HEAR FROM ANY OF OUR

BRANCHES
PLEASE T ME KNOW IF YOU COMMUNICATE WITH ANY OF THEM SO CAN ADD IT TO THE LINK COUNTRY FlLE

THANK YOU
Adele Ray Committee chair

Link Countries CAMEROON

CONTACT·

ESTELLE DIBO president
E-MAIL gfscattldiocese@yahoo.com SI RRALEONNE ALBERTA BINDI president E-MAIL aeb29099(t ,}ahoo.co.uk

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ZAMBIA BEATRICE ZULU WORLD CONTACT

GFS ZAMBIA WORLD PROJECT
The GFS Zambia World Project was apptoved at the GFS World Council held In 2005, USA. The Project was undertaken for the purpose of contributing to the long-term empowerment of the youth and women in the church and accordingly the followlhg acUvlties were approved in the project proposal that was presented to the 18t11 World Council: 1 2 3 4 To promote the level of knowledge, awareness and understanding of modes of transmission of HIV/AIDS to reduce risk behavior among girls and young women Empowerment of girls and women with skills that may assist them make informed decision over their lives and learn to independent Tailoring need to purchase sewing maohines and knitting machines Chicken rearing as an Income Generating ActIvity for the Society.

The GFS World Council approved US$20,OOO and funding carne through under the supervision of the Ms Ruth Choi and Adele Ray who effectively guided us on how to proceed with the project and to this effect the following activities in the project were done: 1 2 HIV/AIDS was successfully held and targeted 500 members. Chicken rearing was going on well until funds were misappropriated by member entrusted to supervisor this activity strict measures are being put in place to continue .. Support to orphans with education materials uniform, shoe-s and books 20 members were trained in tailoring and dress making 6 Sewing Machines and 2 ever locking machines

3 4 5

The concentration now has been put in the sewing of GFS uniforms, bed sheets fOJ sales and so far the members are doing fine.

PROJECT MEETING: Duri,ng the GFS Project meeting it was agreed that the under listed acth/ltres should continue following the last funding received from the World Council amounting to US

$13,000:
1 Chicken Rearing: 2 A trust worth person with knowledge of keeping chickens within the Anglican Church be BITJP!oyedand start with 250 chicks. 2 Support to only 50 orphans with education materials despite the number was more but agreed on manageable number. 3 Identify only 5 again vulnerable GFS members to be trained in Sewing and Tailoring as a way of empowering them. 4 Continue with the sewing of bed sheets, GFS uniforms, bags etc as another income generating activity to provide employed employment to GFS members trained.

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UNK COUNTRY 9/512011 8:26:54 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time AJRayGF':-@aol.com ~h lC€zu!iJ6S@hotmail.com. aeb2909@yahoo.co.uk,

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GREETINGS IN THE NAME OF OUR LORD To our GFS sisters in Zambia, Sierra Leone, cameroon
WELCOME,

The new Link countries were assigned at the recent WORLD COUNCIL held in Ireland. The USA is now linked with Cameroon ,Sierra Leone, and Zambia. We are Jooking forward to corresponding with you and sharing information about
OUr

GFS branches and our country . Our schools are startlng thelr fall semester, and our branches are just beginning to meet. We wHl be having the World Day of PRAYER SERVICE from JAPAN and will remember all of you in our prayers. GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU IN HIS LOVING CARE. Adele Ray USA. Link Chair a,layg s@aol.com

Monday, September 05, 2011 America Online: AJRayGFS

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Sorry I can't be there! Our Mission Day and Holiday House meetings are all on the same weekend!

Regards to all!
Julie

GFS/USA leadership Development

1) The November meeting with the Communications

group was canceled.

2) I have been spending time updating the web sites for GFS/PA and Holiday House in an effort to. encourage new branches and new leader p.articipation and development. 3) leadership Development programs are in the works for the staff of Holiday House. One
will be for paid staff the other will be for the young members who come down for the

season, This will be the first year that I will bring back two candidates to test a "Peer
Mentoring"

program for girls 18+ years old who have served at the house, are members

in good standing, and show a sincere interest in this type of work. I hope this will lead to

standardlzed training for a core of young new leaders throughout the diocese. 4) The leadership Manuel was put on "Hold" due to my involvement on the Discernment
Committee at my church. I'll be getting back to that imrnediatelvl

5) I have created a course entitled Motlv8© and am using it currently in my consulting
with Springfield College. I would like to modify It for presentation orga n Iz atlons. Submitted: by.
Julie Almont

to GFS. The program

allows for the discussion of eight essential practices for successful leadership in

leadership Development

3/3/12

EPI

THE GIRL S FRIENDLY SOCIETY COPAL DIOCESE OF PENNSYLVAN GFS/PA Annual Report
2Qll-20l2

Business: GFS/PA Executive Board/Diocesan Council continue to meet three times <J year. We are hosted by a different Branch for each meeting. Christ Church, Pottstown, St. Luke's, Bustleton and Grace Church find Incarnation (GeT). GFS Week: Each branch celebrated the we k with a variety of programs. Some did outreach dinners and a rnvriad of ideas. Grace C111lrC"hnd the] ncamation had l a spaghetti supper to raise mane.' fel' the girls who wish to go to Holiday House this summer. The girls led by their leader-s Sharon Keny and Colleen Anderson earned points tov -ard heir cost of going to HH. ct tables, pr pared food, baked and served.
SOUDer Sunday· is another

r can soups were donat goods are collected.

d and giYen to soup kitchens and food bunks, MOD y and can

outreach

program

done in or near GFS Week. Monies raised

Mission Day: 1 Ield March Sill at Seamen's Church Institute in Philadelphia. VJr.' started with a Communion Service conducted by Rev. VonDreele and Rev. Liz Colton. GFS/PAjUSA Chaplain. Sixty-one attend-ees brought donations to the Institute such as knitted scarves: food for the Seafare's to be eaten on the ships and a $313.]0, Lunchwas prepared and served by the women ofGCI. Thanks to Lorraine Walters, Christine Niel ish. Dee Liebold, Sharon Kelly, We had a tom of the IH!\" facility, lunch and a program by J ev. Von Dreele about why the Seamen's Institute is needed and how special the Port in Port Richmond in Philadelphia. is so important. Mission Day \ rill be at Free Church of St. John's) Kensington in Philadelphia. Sharon Kelly is eli reefing the program. We will have a service by The Rev. Randy Callender at 10:00 am. A program hae been prepared for everyone to take part in. Information about the role The Free Church of SL .Iohn and the food pantry play in the neig-h borhood, Lun eh was prepared and served by G race Church and the J ncarnation women.
2012

Another part of commitment.

Institute and Episcopal Community

FS/PA'g Mission is a commitment to supporting Seamen's Church Servic ~ . Adele Ray is the Chair [or this

GFS Dm' 2011: Trinity Church, Ambler hosted the day b our .Junior Co-Chair. Janice M rris and Pamela Olshefski. Trinity, Ambler will be an active bran 'h in the neal" future the Branch Advisor, Pamela Morris-Olshefski. The da '\<\118 a great success and Trinity wiIJ host the next GFS Day on M~lY 5.2012. Tbe girls brought th re decoupage. etchings and knitting creations and competed for ribbons. The competition was so exciting watching their reaction to receiving a ribbon for their creations, Rev. David Canan

conducted the' service. Everyone brought a picnic lunch. there were games, crafts. singing and so much more. Itwas a wonderful day. Junior We k: The Co-Chair : Pam 01 hefski and Janice Morris planned an amazing week, ~fter registration and orientation the girls wer . off to a week filled with Beach, Game, Smiles, Boardwalk, Mall, Skits, Smiles. Worship, Snacks, Dress for dinner, rafts. SmUt'S, Yoga. Keeping Diaries. Cheer competition, Beach. Beach withe Nature Center Guide, Smiles. erviee OJ1 the Beach, Mini Golf. ompline. That's in between rest periods: straighten your rooms and s11 v ers. What a fun weekl! Th Lead rs are "iron women". God Blesses Us with amazing Leaders. Just a snippet of on week at Holida r House. \tVolildDm' ofPraver: Hosted by Grace hurch and the Incarnetion which combined World Day of Prayer servic from Japan and celebrating the 100 h Birthday of Holiday 1louse. The Rt Rev. Rodney Michel, Assisting Bishop of Pennsylvania and The Rev /Chaplain GF /USA/GFS/PA Liz Colton c lebrated the servic . A recepti n followed. We celebrated worn n of faith who have volunteered for Over lOO years and kept Holiday House dedicated to supporting and nurturing young women and girls wtth the positiv guidance from adult leaders through worship, service, recreation and stud). The next World Day of Prayer will be September 30,2.0 J,2 at The frican Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, Philadelphia, FA, hosted by Nicole Simms, Bran h dvisor. Angela Harris -Thornpsou, Branch Advisor of Holy Apostle and the Mediator is lJlIJ' Editor-ill-Chief. Angela bas done a timely and professional job. Great .Iob Angslal p
Newsletter:
20\1'1World Council in In ..and: Was attended by 30+ members ofGFSjPA and 74 from t GFSjUSA. Ll n Carter, GFSjUSA President Laura Kriss. Junior Delegate and Synae Allen, Youth 0 elegate represented the United States of merica at the Council in Dublin. Ireland June 23 to .Tu1" 4.

The fellowship and spiritual atmosphere perrneat d the day.

En ·h country took turns celebrating a service during our week say. Th Rev, Liz Colton, GFSjPA-GFS/USA eh plain. I'm quoting Lia "Today in the Episcopal Church in the United States of American we commemorate Walter Rauschenbusch (1861-19J8).
Washington Gladden (1836-l918), and Danish-American Jacob Riis (1849-.1914). We remember them for their faithfulness to the ocial ,ospel Movement, a mo ernent that emphasized th living of a Christ-lik life that compelled one to stand again t unfair labor laws. child labor. and corrupt politician. and to stand instead for the unlonization of labor f r th protection ofworkers and affordable, decen t housing for all."

In addition, USA was-able to showcase some of our talented young women in our Service of EVl ning Prayer. Youth Delegate, Synae Allen created a poetic Interpretation of The Magnificat, a canticle used in Evening Prayer. and Ashley Tillman recorded it. Anyone interested in hearing this. please contact The Rev. Elizab th Colton. Lynelle Seals and Christina Br oks horeographcd <:l liturgical dane for Tl e Magnificat, and Christina dan ~ d it .• Junior Delegate, Lama Kri ..s and .Ianell Taylor officiated at the servi e. Finally, ew J rsey GFSe.r Amber Ruck created original graphics for the service leaflet.

with tochuical assistance from her sister Autumn. contribution to worship at World Council.
fuJonsors:

GFS/PA made a significant

The main fo 'us for the Pennsylvania SpOnsOTS for the year 2011 'was to raise funds for Holida . Hou e. The other .onsicieration was the relebration of 100 years at I lolidaj House.

The first annual book sale \\'8 successful and we will repeal that event this May. Sponsors' supported the efforts of the PA pre... idem t by designing and providing 100 year merchandise and memorabilia for VIPs, Cap May City dignitary and neighbors. VVchave had repr esentation to all of the Pennsylvania business meetings and", ill con ti nue working with ngi Myshko on campaigns.to grovl branches. membership, and over all interest and attention to the Girls Friendly Society, We have made contact with • everal clergy in the Delaware Valley and will fol1ow up to encourage their support. The ponsor's Weekend was held in September at Holiday House. We will meel again this [all and hope to have an agenda fun of learning, fun and fellowship. Holiday House: Nancy Myshko the Holiday Tlouse Chair has done a magnificent job marketing Ell and GFS/PA. Nancy co-coordinated presentations about GFS/PA and Holiday House to the Deaneries. Nikkol imms, Dee Li bold and Janice Morri a' isted in doing the presentations at eight (8) deaneries. The feed back is good. Possibly a few nev branche c (three churches 111ay come together to form a Bucks County branch) and awareness about Holiday House to many new ministrieswho didn't know about GFS 01' f II I as well as P ministers who wer not familiar with GPS. Visibility at convention helps for people to beg-ill to realize we arc alive aud well in the world and visuals help to
tell the story of what we are up to.

'Wail-Staff meeting ",;11be on March 3rd. We have many coming back from NJ, cr and PAand a number of first timers .. Iuli Almont will b training, and direc the wait-staff. Our "Pickle" program has been such a success and will be continued. The fun of it doesn' lose the emphasis on sendee and ownership of th Waitresses responsibilities on any job they do. These skills will erve them well through ou their Jives.
Respectfully

submitted

Angie Mysh ko

TFS/PA President February 29. 2012

The Girls' Friendly Society of the Diocese of New York
Annual Report
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The Diocese of New York have two active branches; Saint Margaret's and Saint Luke' s. The girls are involved in community service projects; such as reaching out to the children in the hospital during the Christmas holidays. Participating in the Feeding Ministry on thanksgiving and Christmas. The total membership for our diocese is 52; this inel udes our junior and senior group. The oldest girl at Saint Margaret's is 14 years of age, and the oldest girl at Saint Luke's is 18. The adult leadership is 10.

We will continue to engage our girls inall aspects of the Girls' Friendly
Society and to uphold our motto "Bear ye one anothers burdens ."

01 CESAN REP01t

F R NEW JERSEY

2012

ACTIVE CHA.PTERS

GRACE ST. PAUL'S rwo CHAPTERS MER 'ERVfLLE JUNIOR AND SENTOR
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MARY' LEMENTON

ONE CHAPTER ALL AGES

CHRlST CHURCH SHREW BURY
ORA P JUNIOR ~NIOR •

ONE CHAPTER ALL AGES

22 ACTIVE MEMBERS FROM AGE. 5-22 4 LEADERS I UiADBR AS. T AND61lELPERADULTS 3 COLLEGE AGE 6 I-llCl8 SCHOOL 3 LEADEn

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7 SENIOR
I BRANCH ADV1S0R

TOTAL GrRLS AND LEADER
JUNIORS SENIOR 33 26

FOR N ~W JERSEY

LEADERS

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WE HAVE A TABLE ATTHE oioce AN CONVENTION TO GET MORE PEOPLE INTERESTED Il'J THE OFS.

Girls' Friendly Society in the United Stated of America Annual Branch Report - PART I
Date 2-25-2012 _ Diocese_New .Jersey , _ Branch_St Mary's Parish Address 33 Berlin Rd City_Clementon ____________ 8tate NJ__ __:Zip_. _08021 _ Tele.( 856)228-4722 Fax,.;L_( ....... ) _ E-mail:_dabuck62@comcast.net-------Rector:---------------------------Members: Senior Members:(14-21)_10, _ Intermediate Members:(11-13)_6_ Junior Members:(5-1 0)__ 2 _ Adult Leadership: Associates (Branch Advisors & Leaders): Honorary Associates: 2 GFS sponsors, _

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**The following section only needs to be completed If there have been any changes to the information listed in the National Directory.***
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Senior Leader: Address: Cily Tele .._( _J)~

Sponsor Representative: Address: City__ -:-Tele.( ) Fax(

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Please attach additional pages for all other Leaders, Honorary Associates & Sponsors

20 II Girls Friendly ociety The GFS at t. Mary's Church continues to be a strong organization to help girls. Membersbi p is open to girls aged 7-21 of any race, nationality or religi au. Ladies of all ages are welcome at L Mary's meetings for fellowship. Our group runs with a Branch Advisor and 2 leader who act as support at meetings. In 20 l l , St. Mary s branch of GFS had 24 .girls attend. 16 girls became regular members with an average of 11 girls each meeting. St. Mary's had 22 meetings during 2011. At each meeting) the girls have a short prayer service. The girls lead and carry out the service with very little adult input. They pmy for our group. [or their needs and those of their loved ones. We use services pro ided by OF !U A a well as The Book of Common Prayer. Other typical activities at gfs meeting are crafts. games snacks, and circle time. The ongoing mission of St. Mar's GF is to provide small handmade holiday gifts for the shut-ins of the parish. These gifts although mall, ha e helped our hut-ins know that St. Mary's remembers them. t Mary's branch of gfs hel.d a car wash in May. The proceeds were sent to the Cathedral Church of the Advent in Birmingham, Alabama to aid victims of tornados. OF participated in St Mary's coat and blanket drive for the homeless. Representative from gfs helped at the Chinese Auction and on Dec. 1~ om members visited Clementon Towers to sing and share snacks with the residents. 8t Mary's attended the World day of Prayer service in Phila., Pa. in Oct. We also inducted new members and leaders at the Sunday ervice on November 27th. The girls enjoyed a bowling party in Feb.,a movie in April.and a trip to Parvin tate Park for a picnic with lake swimming in June. t. Mary s GFS is active in the diocese event in Cape May every summer, Girls and leaders from tbe NJ branches come t gether for fun in the sun. 20] ] was my 11th year as leader for camp and 5th as Camp Director. Again in 2012.1 will be the director of the week long adventure. In June, two youth members and I attended the GF World Council in Dublin. Ireland. We were so blessed to have the awes me opportunity to represent SL Mary's at this international conference. The feelings the conference left us with are hard to put 'into words, the Irish people were kind and welcoming, the exp rience being an unforgettable one. The Irish oda Bread fuadraiser helped us to take gifts for the U to give to members from other nations. Thank You to all who participated. In the summer 2013. NJ will host the assembly for the Nation. TIlls will keep all of OUI members busy with planning and organizing. Please keep us in your prayers as we endeavor to make this a wonderful assembly for the members. I will chair the committee for the day of service at the assembly where all the members attending will join for a full day of service. During thisyear 1 completed my eleventh year as a leader for the Girls' Friendly ociety at 8t Mary's, ten of those as the Branch Advisor. J have held a eat on the Board of Trustees for the GF in the Diocese ofNl since the year 2000. I have previously served two 3 year terms as a Director at Large on the National Board of Directors for GF8 (2004-2010). I attend 2 weekend long meetings of the National board each year. This work helps not only our girls but benefits all the girls in the US who are GF8 members. t also keeps t. Mary's members in tune with {he greater organization. 1 am ever grateful to t. Mary's for the opportunity to be involved with such a fulfilling ministry. Respectfully submitted by,

GFS Seniors - Fall Events 2011 September ???-Group planning meeting and Scrapbooking Important Scholarship info will be discussed. Sunday, October 2, 2011 - Volunteer at Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure (Great Adventure) Time TBA but probably early A.M. Saturday, October 15 - Waitressing -Roast Beef dinner at Grace St. Paul Church TimeTBA Sunday, November 20 - Annual Thanksgiving Shopping
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Junior/Youth Delegate Selection Committee Repo!rt
Chair: Michelle Clarke - NY
Members: Laura Kriss - PA Jane Smith - CT

Carol Barker-LA

At the last board meeting there were only two members of this comrnlttee. I contacted the Diocesan Presidents from Connecticut and Los Angeles and asked them if anyone from there diocese would be interested in serving on this committee. I am pleased to say that two people were suggested and are wHltng to serve, Jane Smith and Carol Barker. Through some email correspondenoe with Margaret Nolde, t learned that LA is happy to have someone from their Diocese serve on this committee. Carol was selected by her diocese through a voting process. She is from the Prince of Peace, Woodland Hills GFS branch. The previous committee chair, Deb Buck, has shared the files she used while she was chair of the Junior and Youth Delegate Committee. Applications for both positions are still being finallzed. Some issues that need to be further discussed by the committee are instances where an applicant misses the deadline for their application and allowing a girl to apply for youth and Jun1ordelegate. Both of these issues occurred at the last National Assembly.

Timeline for Junior & Youth Delegates: • Sept. 2011- Revise guidelines for delegates work on selection. Committee

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March 2012-June 2012-Information made available so candidates have plenty of time to consider these positions. Spring or Fall 2012- Diocese can choose their delegate, if that is their custom, and have her acting as their representative, altho.ugh each Diocese can present as many delegates as are
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Beginning of 2013- Applications for delegates to be sent to each branch. May 1, 2013- Application deadline

• June 2013- National Assembly

1. Treasurer's Report (reports attached) • • • • Account Detail Report Budget v Actual Diocese in good standing Status of Diocesan dues

Income:
i. -Trust 761 $14,728.60 (3Fd & HSBC Bank Fee Reversal SSO Board Meeting Income $560 (this includes $45 for Spring Board Meeting) Diocese of LA $586.72 World Project from Diocese of LA
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DSEA-$500 sent to Diocese of LA. Approved at the last board meeting "Insurance -check was sent. $3047 but not included in the budget report

After the Fall Board meeting, I called HSBC bank to speak with personal banker regarding the $25 monthly fee. He explained that based on the type of account we had (Extra Advantage Checking) each time our balance went below $25, 000 the account would be assessed a fee. Initially when the account was opened it was a Free Business Checking account and later was changed to an Extra Advantage for Business account for whatever reason. After discussing an option without a fee our account was changed to a Business Direct and I demanded a fee reversal, I was told that only two month could be credited. required. With the Business Direct option there is no fee or minimum balance With this type of account we also do not earn any interest.

2. Outside Audit Report {annual} - The audit was done for fiscal period September 2010 through August 31, 2011 by Alice Blount-Fenney rating for internal controls was "very good." money the current auditor for GFS USA. The from Wales (See attached report)

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Dear Ms. Carter and Ms. Clarke, Thank you for the opportunity to pro ide auditing ervices for The Girls' Friendly Society (GFS for fiscal year 2011. It is a pleasure working with your organization. 1 wouJd also like to express my appreciation to Ms. Clarke for her continued dedication to enhancing the controls over the fiscal affairs of tile organization and assistance in providing the material requested for the audit. For the 2011 audit, a Financial Statement has been prepared, based upon a cash basis for the fiscal period September 1~2010 through August 31, 2011. I have also reviewed and evaluated internal controls over financial and operational processes, including information technologies. Based upon the results of the 2011 audit the level of Internal controls are "very good over the fiscal and administrative procc ses f r the organization. This rating is based upon the following; • upporting documentation was available for financial transactions, • Expenses appeared to be for business purposes with no evidence of irregularities. • Financial transactions were classified by their gen ra.lledger account type. • It appears that a regu.lar financial reporting practice is in place by the Treasurer to appropriate persons within the OF organization. • Bank: account and investment documentation was available for the period under review. • The independent confirmation of trust activity disclosed no exceptions or changes in shares owned. • Financial records are being maio tainedin an organized manner and were traced to tbe bank statements" ithout exception. • Backup system generated documentation for the organization i being maintained. I wish you and the organization continued success and welcome any questions that you may have regarding this report or the auditing process. Sincerely,

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Audit Stope
The scope of this audit fur fiscal period 2011 included an evaluation of internal controls over the following functions: • The management of financial and administrative records, • Financial review and reporting functions, • The preparation of financial reports, • Back-up and data integrity for information technologies produced financial reports and records, • Review and controls over bank accounts, including investments, • Financial transactions for client scholarship awards. • ndependent confirmation of trust account activity for the year, • Supporting documentation for expenditures and income, • Branch financial transactions and charter applications,


Board Meeting Minutes. and
Existing record retention processes.

Audit Report Sections
Section I: Executive Summary of Audit Findings Section D: Financial Statements Section

m: Detailed

Findings and Recommendations

Section IV: Schedule of Trust Account Information

Section 1: Executive Summary of Audit Findings
1. Il. ID. IV, Internal controls are adequate over the management and organization of fiscal and administrative records. Internal controls are adequate over the management and back-up for information technologies generated processes. Internal controls are adequate over the preparation of financial reports and

reporting processes.
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Board Minutes. Internal controls are adequate for supporting documentation payables and receivables functions.

for accounts

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Section II: Audited Financial Statement Fiscal Year 2011 (9/1/10..8/31/11)
Income

Bank and Investment Income:
Interest Income: HSBC Trust Inoome GFS National Assembly Close Out Proceeds of NA Account Diocese of LA $0.00 $29,652.64 $15,000.00

$928.99
5264.00 $300.00 $1,100.00

Event Income: World Day at Prayer
World Conference Income World Project GFS Other Event Sales Sri lanka Donation Board Meeting Event Income GFS Dues

$80.00
$1,010.00

Total Income Expenses Event Expenses:
Board Meeting: Holiday House Board Meeting: Mary Knolls World Conference Expenses Board Meeting Meals Event Supplies Public Relations: Communications Postage Business Travel

$1.640.00 $150.00 $50,325.63

$3,840.00 $1,765_00 $1,180.50

$232.80 $183.85 $409.61 $712.10
$3,623.27

Program and Other Business Expenses:
Branch Expenses: Program Support $1,900.00

Other Expenses:
National Assembly Subsidy Naional Assembly Supplies Diocesan Special Events Assistance Girts Friendly Society World Scholarships 2010-2013 Business Meals

$5,000.00 $62.40
$747.50 $7,309_52

$21,000.00 5173.79

Professional Fees:
Audit Fees Fiscal Year 2010 Audit Fees Fiscal Year 2011

$1,050.00 $650.00
$3,052.00

Insurance Bank Fees and Other Check Fees: Other Bank fees: Service Charges International WIre Transfer fees Total Expenses Net Diff&rence

$175.00

$60.00 $53,127.34 -$2,801.71

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Confmned Bank Account Balances
HSBC: Account Number 024-96343-7 Confirmed balance as of 8/2211 1= $18,764.10 Morgan Stanley: investments Account Number 626 013511049

Note fOT four years:
Confirmed Confirmed Confirmed Confirmed Total Total Total Total Account Account Account Account Valuation Valuation Valuation Valuation as as as as

of 6/30/11 =$106.631.25 of 6/30/10=$96,288.33 of7/31/09 =$93,852.13 of 8/31/08= $99801.81

Section Hl: Detailed Findings and Recommendations 1.
Internal controls are adequate over the management and organization of fiscal and administrative records, • My review disclosed that the financial and administrative records maintained by the Treasurer were well organized, with no exceptions to report.

Recommendations
• • The Treasurer should continue to maintain the records maintenance system. The Treasurer should report any changes in record keeping to GFS officials.

Management's Comments: No comments warranted. Il.
Internal controls are adequate over the management information technologies generated processes. and back-up for

Recommendations • The Treasurer should continue the process of maintaining systems backup for
GFS records, correspondence. reports and any other organization documentation and

Management's Comments: No comments warranted.
ill. Internal controls are adequate over the preparation of financial reports and reporting processes. • For the 2011fisca] year the Treasurer has maintained a process of preparing and presenting financial reports to the President and GFS Officers. • Reports were reviewed with no exceptions to report. • There was a complete financial history of income and expense transactions for the fiscal year.

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Recommendations • The Treasurer should continue the process of preparing financial reports for GFS management Management's Comments: No comments warranted.

timely and accurate

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Internal controls are adequate over the documentation of Board Minutes. • The review of the Minutes prepared for the fiscal year 2011 disclosed that they are well written and informative, They reflect the business discussions including any appropriate follow-up infonnation.

Reeommendatiens • The method for preparing minutes should be continued for future GFS events and meetings. Management's V. Comments: No comments warranted.

Internal controls are adequate for supporting documentation for accounts payables and receivables functions. • Bank statements and cancelled checks were available for the fiscal year 2011.
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Recommendations • The processes for maintaining supporting documentation for accounts payables and receivables should be maintained. Management's Comments: No comments warranted.

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