The Castlegar branch of Special Olympics B.C. held it’s annual general meeting on Tuesday at the Castlegar Community Complex.
Program Coordinator Debra MacKenzie went through the recent events that the organization has worked on including the Bocce Qualifier which was on June 16 at Selkirk College.
After a brief recap from each director, MacKenzie went through the recent budget and the proposed 2012-13 budget.
The 2011-12 budget includes total revenues of $7,763.91. That number includes $3,186.69 balance forward. The largest sources of revenue are program registration which was $1,550 and community donations which was $1,545.
The total expenses for 2011-12 was $8,979.76 for a net income (deficit) of -$1,215.85. The biggest cost for the year was program expenditures which was $4,013.06 and uniforms at $1,467.27.
The proposed 2012-13 budget includes total revenues of $6,772.19 and total expenses of $11,230 for a net income (deficit) of -$4,457.81.
MacKenzie said the organization is always looking for new people to help with board and/or to help with coaching.
She was pleased to see a couple of new faces out at the AGM. Tiffany Vanderstar will be the new local coordinator for Special Olympics Castlegar, while Katie Able will be the new program coordinator.