Call To Conference-2015 - District Ten

District Ten
District Ten
Call to Conference
March, 2015 -
Governor’s Message
We come to another wonderful time of year with the anticipation of our Altrusa District Ten
Conference. It is fitting that our Conference is scheduled in the Spring when we witness new life and with
that comes a renewed love for Altrusa. This Conference will be full of ideas to help us recruit members,
raise money, have effective meetings and get members involved and most importantly—have FUN being
Roswell is working very hard to make this Conference very special!
“Putting the
Pieces Together” is a perfect theme for what we have planned. All the “pieces” you will take home will give us new ideas to
strengthen our abilities to continue “Leading to a Better Community” within District Ten. Our special presenter Jean Block is a
renowned educator and author, and it is never boring with Jean around! Jean is informative, interesting, high energy and most
importantly, fun! Jean’s aim is to give us practical tools to enhance our Clubs’ management through workshops you will just love.
We are so pleased to welcome Diane Eberhard, a member of Altrusa International of Sikeston, MO, in District Eight as our
International Representative. There are many things happening on the International front and this will be our opportunity to first
-hand gather information and get questions answered. We are also fortunate to have the International Foundation Board of
Trustees Chair Connie McIntire as part of District Ten with her wealth of knowledge too. This is definitely the Conference not to
be missed!
As you have read before I have focused on five ideals and this Conference is designed to give us knowledge and strength in
reaching them:
Making Altrusa relevant to our communities
Be willing to change – to adapt to the needs of our communities and our members
Diversifying membership to embrace new ideas
Utilizing online resources
Including professional development opportunities
Inside This Issue
So as I come to the close of my biennium, I want to thank every Altrusan for your work in
serving your community, for your dedication to service and for spreading the joys of being an
Altrusan. Please join us in Roswell and meet new friends, revel in seeing old friends, and come
ready to take back some new ideas for your Clubs.
Judy Stubbs, District Ten Governor
Bring Your Invitation Puzzle Piece From Last Year!
Puzzle pieces will be entered into a drawing! The winner could be YOU!
Governor’s Message
District Officers/”To Do” List
Schedule/Silent Auction/Door
Prizes/Hands-On Project
International Representative
Bio/2015-2017 District
Candidates’ Bios/FUN Night
Workshop Speaker/Workshop
“To Bring” List/Welcome New
Members/Attendance Award/
Memorial Service/Member
Longevity Recognition
District Ten Awards 2015
Registration Form
Officer Training
Judy Stubbs
#1 Brazos Circle
Roswell, NM 88201
C: 575 626-0207
H: 575-623-6466
[email protected]
Governor Elect
Bonnie Jones
705 West Mescalero Road
Roswell, NM 88201
C: 575-626-0567
H: 575-624-9677
[email protected]
Vice Governor
Rose Price
62820 Jeremy Road
Montrose, CO 81401
H: 970-240-9276
C: 970-209-5865
[email protected]
Director –Service
Kristi Trumbo
3601 G.7 Road
Palisade, CO 81526
C: 970-270-4716
[email protected]
Director-Foundation Liaison
Dianna Crouch
P. O. Box 1840
Artesia, NM 88211
C: 575-513-4222
H: 575-746-4467
[email protected]
Connie McIntire
1203 West Mann Avenue
Artesia, NM 88210
C: 575-513-4133
[email protected]
Judy Griffin
336 Lake Shore Drive
Alto, NM 88312
C: 575-937-5437
H: 575-336-9610
[email protected]
Immediate Past Governor
Donna Herman
P. O. Box 1094
Montrose, CO 81401
B: 970-249-7711
H: 970-249-6455
[email protected]
Dona Garretson
1985 Dove Creek Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
C: 970-589-3826
[email protected]
Newsletter Editor
Diane Winger
[email protected]
District Ten Officer
“To Do” List
Election of Officers and Directors.
Observe International Women’s Day on March 8.
Have secretary send list of newly-elected Officers to District Governor and International Office on forms
provided within 10 days of election.
Give copy of Incoming President’s Calendar to newly-elected president.
Start work compiling information for the Club Annual Report (due May 31).
Encourage incoming president to select Committee chairmen.
Plan and encourage large attendance at District Conference.
Be sure all new officers and chairs have the most recent Altrusa Encyclopedia and Bylaws and Policies.
Be sure to give all files and a District Handbook to the incoming President.
Incoming Committee Chairs meet with outgoing Committee Chairs for committee update.
Follow up on the entries to be submitted to District. They are due April 1st.
Begin plans for District Conference attendance.
Be sure to obtain from the President all files and a District Handbook.
Initiate contacts between incoming and outgoing Boards. Call a meeting of incoming Board for planning.
Assist new President as needed. Plan on attending District Conference.
Call a meeting of the newly assigned chairmen as soon as the President has completed the assignments.
Encourage chairs to meet with their committees and report back to you.
Coordinate upcoming year with President and offer assistance.
Review last year’s Club Activity Report.
Begin sharing information especially dates and how to follow up on duties.
Coordinate with incoming and outgoing Boards.
Within 10 days of the election send the names and contact information of the newly elected officers and
directors to the District Governor and International Office.
Send highlights of minutes to newsletter editor.
Send draft minutes to President.
Observe World Health Day on April 7.
Add an Altrusan Month.
Elect International Convention delegates and alternates (odd years). Send delegate list to
International Office at least 90 days prior to Convention.
Solicit club contribution to Altrusa International Foundation Endowment Fund.
Meet with incoming and outgoing Board to transfer materials. Request Officers/Chairmen prepare annual
By April 30th, send list of newly-appointed Chairmen to District Governor and International Office on forms
Assist incoming President and Finance Committee with budget.
Members initiated between April 1st and May 30th pay full-year dues good through June 1st of next year.
Plan installation of new Officers and Directors.
By April 1st, elect Delegates and Alternates to District Conference.
See that all officers fully understand the importance of District Conference.
Meet with committee chairs to complete Club Activity Report which is due May 31st. Send copy to
District Membership Chair and keep copies for Club Board.
Observe Altrusa’s birthday by celebrating Altrusa Awareness Day – April 11, 1917.
By April 1st complete Committee Chairmen Form and send to District Governor and appropriate copies to
Assist with Club Activity Report.
Finalize committee assignments.
Select auditor with Board approval.
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Tentative Conference Schedule
April 1st through May 31st new members pay full dues but gain two
months. Nothing due again until June of the following calendar
Receive International Membership Report: review, correct, and
return by June 15th.
When appropriate, obtain bond to become effective June 1st.
Submit Foundation contributions to International.
Send results of Delegate election for the International Convention to
the International office in odd years.
Send Delegate and Alternate names to the District Secretary
immediately upon election.
Send highlights of minutes to newsletter editor and the draft minutes
to the President.
Preside at annual meeting and installation of Officers.
New board in charge immediately following installation.
Observe International Day of Families on May 15.
Club Annual Report due June 1. Submit online to International.
Community Leadership Award nomination to International
ASTRA Club Service Award entry due to International.
Audit Treasurer Books.
Consult President’s Handbook and share pertinent parts with officers,
directors and committee chairs.
Remind officers and committee chairs that annual reports are due.
Work with committee chairs to plan new year’s programs.
Give complete schedule with program title, dates, and speakers’
names to Yearbook Committee.
Put Club Activity Report in the yearbook.
Collect all dues and complete International Membership Report. All
funds owed must be paid before end of the fiscal year – May 31st.
Prepare annual report by final business meeting in May and close
books by May 31st. Deliver books to person designated by the
Board to prepare the audit.
Work with new Treasurer and Finance Committee to prepare budget
for next year.
District Archives Chair needs pictures and articles about your club for
preparation of the District Archives.
Send highlights of minutes to newsletter editor and draft minutes to
the President.
Each club is asked to bring to Conference an item suitable
for our Foundation Silent Auction. Items should be at
least $30.00 in value and not wrapped.
For more information, please contact District Ten
Director/Foundation Liaison, Dianna Crouch with
questions: (575) 746-4467 or [email protected].
We hope that each Club will also bring Door Prizes to be
drawn for at our two luncheons. This is a great way to
share your community with all of us and it is always fun
to receive a prize!
Wednesday April 29th
Pre-Conference District Ten Board Meeting
Thursday April 30th
Pre-Conference District Ten Budget & Board Meetings
3:00 p.m.
Registration & Credentials-Fairfield Inn
Pick up Conference Packets; drop off Door Prizes, Silent
Auction items and Service Project items
7:00 p.m. Reception—Fairfield Inn
Friday May 1st
8:00 a.m. Registration & Credentials-Convention Center
Pick up Conference Packets; drop off Door Prizes, Silent
Auction items and Service Project items
First Timers Get Together
9:30 a.m. Opening Session/Business Meeting
11:15 a.m.
Memorial Service
12:00 p.m.
Foundation Luncheon
1:30 p.m.
All Conference Session - “Quality Orientations
& Initiations”
3:00 p.m. Split Sessions:
Officer Training
Hands-On Service Project
6:00 p.m. Fun Night – ”Do You Believe in Magic?”
Saturday May 2nd
7:30 a.m. Past Governors’ Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Voting
Registration & Credentials
9:00 a.m. All Conference Session – Membership
Recruitment and Effective Meetings—Jean
10:30 a.m.
All Conference Session— Getting People
Involved, Service Projects and Raising
Money-Jean Block
12:00 p.m.
Awards Luncheon
2:00 p.m.
Closing Business Session
6:00 p.m.
Governor’s Banquet and Installation of new
Sunday May 4th
8:00 a.m.
Post-Conference District Board Meeting
Hands-On Service Project—Roswell Head Start Libraries
Bring children’s books, new or slightly used for ages 3-5 years
(for parents or children to read), and an old apron or shirt.
Then join in the fun of decoupage! Roswell will furnish the
supplies and a bookcase, and you will learn the fun of decoupage. These books and bookcase will become a unique, one of
a kind lending library from Altrusa District Ten.
Diane Eberhard, International Director
Altrusa International of Sikeston, MO, District Eight
Diane Eberhard, a new International Director for the 2013-2015 biennium, has been a member in Sikeston,
MO, since 1987. She was Sikeston's Club President in 1999-2000 and 2005-2006, as well as Director,
Treasurer, Vice-President and President Elect. On the District Eight level, Diane served as the
Communications Chair from 1996-1998, the District LRSP Trainer, Second Vice Governor (2004-2006), First
Vice Governor (2006-2008), Governor Elect (2008-2011) and Governor (2011-2013). Diane is also the District
Webmaster. Internationally, Diane has served as Vice Chair of the Communications Committee (2003-2005),
Elections Committee Chair in 2009 and as the Governors Council Vice Chair 2011-2013.
2015 – 2017 Board Candidates
Rose Price - Montrose, CO
Rose has been a
International of
since 2001. She
served as President in 2006-2007
and held several offices on Club
and Foundation boards and
served as chair on several
projects and fundraisers. She
served the District Ten Board two
years as Foundation Director and
two years as Vice-Governor.
While owning and operating a
retail business in Montrose for 14
years, she became highly
Montrose; serving as Historic
Montrose Downtown President
2005-2010. She served as Event
Coordinator and Director of
Hispanic cultural events 20012010. Rose still enjoys creating
custom art glass and working on
Altrusa projects and events;
volunteering throughout the
community and serving on local
non-profit boards.
Renée Eaton – Delta, CO
Renée’s career
began in 1988
Inc. of Delta, CO,
and her service began as Chair of
the Finance Committee.
served as chair of all four service
committees numerous times.
She also served as Recording
Secretary, 1992-1993; Second
Vice-President, 2004; First VicePresident,
became President in 2006-2007.
She served on the District Board
as Service Chair, 2009-2011.
Renée is proud to have served
with Altrusa 27 years and wishes
to continue to serve the District.
Renée stated, “Altrusa is a large
part of my life and I promote
belonging to and educating
organization.” She volunteers as
Secretary of the Humane Society,
and has volunteered as Co-Chair
when the Pow Wow was held,
among other volunteer hours
shared with other organizations.
Lois Sappington – Tucumcari, NM
Lois retired in 2007
after 25 years with
the State Police as
Coordinator. In 2008, she was
Community College as Evening
Supervisor; retiring in 2014.
Currently, she assists her son and
daughter with a local business.
Lois has been a member of
Altrusa since 2007 and has served
as Recording Secretary for three
years; President, 2010-2011; Past
President, 2011-2012; and on
Community Service, By-laws,
Nominating, Audit, Yearbook,
Membership, Ways and Means,
Vocational, Literacy and Courtesy
committees. She served as
District Ten Membership Chair.
Lois is also a member of Trinity
Baptist Church and DAR. She
believes Altrusa is a great asset
to our community, nationally and
M Arlene Walding - Pueblo, CO
M Arlene has
been an Altrusan
in Pueblo, CO,
since 1988; and
serving as Secretary. She has
served as President, Vice
Director. In addition to being an
Altrusa member, she is also a
member of
Pueblo Choral
Society, Rosemount Museum
Auxiliary and Chapter CI PEO;
serving each as an officer and
President. M Arlene served on
the board of directors of
Columbine Girl Scouts for ten
years and served as Vice
President. She has an AA and BA
degree and taught school over
eight years in Pueblo, Cheyenne,
Guam, Little Rock and Houston.
She worked at Colorado Mental
Health Institute as accounting a
Clerk Junior Accountant for nine
years then Finance Director of
Pueblo Regional Center for
fifteen years.
Returning to
Colorado Mental Health Institute
Accounting, she retired after
three years.
Brooks Cohoe - Alamogordo, NM
Brooks has been a
member of Altrusa
Alamogordo since
she is retired/disabled but enjoys
volunteering with Altrusa very
much. She is a Certified Chef and
Pastry Chef and owned a bakery
and catering business for three
and one-half years. She also
loved being the Executive Chef at
the Officer's Club on Holloman Air
Force Base one and one-half
years before becoming unable to
continue. Now she does a lot of
volunteer work for many
different organizations and would
love to serve Altrusa at the
District level. As a small business
owner, Brooks worked closely
with her accountant to ensure
records were kept accurately and
she is in her second year as
Treasurer for the Alamogordo
Nominations will be accepted from
the Floor on Friday . Voting is by
secret ballot on Saturday.
Fun Night
Do you believe in
Come join us for an amazing and
Fun Night with Jamie O’Hare, the
MagicGuy!! Dress is casual and
you will enjoy a Mexican dinner
and an evening of wonder and
See you there!
Special Presenter
Jean Block is a nationally recognized consultant and trainer on nonprofit management, board development,
FUNdraising and social enterprise. She has more than 45 years of experience in nonprofits, including
charitable organizations and civic associations. Jean leverages this experience in her workshops and nonprofit
books and manuals, bringing practical, real-life examples and ideas that can be put to use immediately by
groups both large and small. To learn more, visit her web site ( and download free
examples and resources and sign up for her free e-newsletter.
Another Sad Report
It is with a very saddened heart that I relay to you that Altrusa International of Colorado Springs has disband stating that, “We are
grateful for the lifelong friends we have made within District Ten and our own Club.” This decision did not come without a lot of
deliberation and reservation, but after all was said and done, the six members felt this was in the best interest of all. Those ladies did
not disband without designating $500.00 to continue the Ethel Fritch Literacy Award for ten years, as well as another $500.00 for new
Club building. They also distributed another $5,850.00 to their favorite projects. These are true Altrusans!
It is with great pleasure that we welcome to our family these
New District Ten Altrusans. We hope to welcome each of you
personally at Conference. Your membership in Altrusa will
be enhanced by your commitment, and our District will be
enhanced by your membership!
Julie Pacheco—reinstated
Kara Bratcher
Maria Chavarria
Ruth Faulkner
Patti Horner
Susan Mahan
Barbara Ochoa
Pat Perez
Lynn Worley
Joan Hultman
Debbie Smith
Sandy Turner
Lea Hart
Bobbi Mitchell
Judith Yost
Grand Junction
Elizabeth Rowan
Ruby Russell
Dana Gleason
Amy Calder
Margaret Jones
Darralee Mathews
Jeanette Shaw
Julie Brooks
Kimberly Sites
Danielle Swopes
Teresa Gutierrez
Suzie Russell
Cindy Wilson
Jessica Cadena
Beverly Holt
Lisa Mulrey
Linda Pflug
Regina Shuster
Kathy Yeager—reinstated
Kacee Benford
Eve Calderon
Lisa Doncaster
Isabel Jones
Cindy Lingle
Maria Schmitt
Workshop “To Bring List”
Quality Orientations and Initiations
This workshop scheduled for 1:30 p.m., Friday, will be an
interactive opportunity to share what our Clubs are using in our
Member Orientations and Initiations. We will share what we
are using to acquaint potential members with our history and
purposes, as well as instill the principals, philosophy and
commitment one makes when becoming an Altrusan.
Please bring for yourself copies of your orientation and
initiation materials for an open comparison of what we are
each doing. We will gain new ideas and by learning from each
other and we will come away with some new and exciting ways
to recruit, inspire and retain quality members.
We will no longer be judging Club posters, but please bring them so
we all can rejoice in your accomplishments!
This award has been brought back by Altrusa International of
Tucumcari in honor of their longtime member Dorothy Kvols. Entry
form is in the District Awards along with other forms. Due by April
25th to Susan Taylor, President Altrusa of Tucumcari: 2202 S. Third St.,
Tucumcari, NM 88401 | [email protected] | (575) 461-1119.
Please send the names and brief biography of any deceased Altrusa
members who have passed away since our last Conference. Due by
April 17th to Governor Judy Stubbs, #1 Brazos Circle, Roswell, NM
88201-3382 | [email protected] | (575) 626-0207.
Last year we began recognition of our members with 25 or more years
of service to Altrusa District Ten. We awarded 81 members with this
distinction and now to perpetuate the tradition we will be recognizing
our members with 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 55 years as Altrusans.
Please send names of each member who became an Altrusan in the
years 1990, 1985, 1980, 1975, 1970, 1965 or 1960 along with the date
they joined. Due by April 17th to Governor Judy Stubbs, #1 Brazos
Circle, Roswell, NM 88201-3382 | [email protected] |
(575) 626-0207.
District Ten Awards 2015
Due by April 1st (unless otherwise noted)
Entry forms may be found in “Awards” folder under “Shared Files”
District Ten Communication Awards
Kathy Travis
1813 Jonquil Park Drive, Clovis, NM 88101
(575) 763-6529 or (575) 693-6290
[email protected]
Net Gain Membership Awards (No longer an award for
Most New Members)
Judy Griffin, District Ten Treasurer
Recognition is given in 2 categories:
Yearbook: 1 hard copy and 1 electronic copy
Newsletters: 1 hard copy and 1 electronic copy of 3 different newsletters
(There is no longer a website award.)
Ethel Fritch/Letha H. Brown Literacy Awards
Dianna Crouch
P. O. Box 1840, Artesia, NM 88211
(575) 513-4222 or (575) 746-4467
[email protected]
Governor’s Award
Judy Stubbs
#1 Brazos Circle, Roswell, NM 88201
(575) 626-0207 or (575) 623-6466
[email protected]
Hazel Henderson Membership Award
Judy Griffin, District Ten Treasurer
Altrusa International of Grand Junction
The Ethel Fritch Award is presented by the District, and the winner is automatically
submitted for International’s Lethal H. Brown Literacy Award. A cash award is given
by Altrusa International of Colorado Springs, CO.
Jen Hanson Service Award
Rose Price
62820 Jeremy Road, Montrose, CO 81401
(970) 209-5865 or (970) 240-9276
[email protected]
Dorothy Kvols Attendance Award NEW
Susan Taylor, President Altrusa Int’l of Tucumcari
2202 South Third Street, Tucumcari, NM 88401
(575) 461-1119
[email protected]
Nancy Taylor Environmental Award
Judy Cox, President Altrusa Int’l of Clovis
P. O. Box 5359, Clovis, NM 88102-5359
(575) 769-0622
[email protected]
Member Longevity Recognition
Judy Stubbs
#1 Brazos Circle, Roswell, NM 88201
(575) 626-0207
[email protected]
This award is given for community service and was established by the Altrusa Club of
Carlsbad in the name of their member Jen Hanson who became International
President in 1979. The District now maintains a cash award for this honor.
Dr. Nina Fay Calhoun International Relations
Bonnie Jones
705 West Mescalero Road, Roswell, NM 88201
(575) 626-0567
[email protected]
Mamie L. Bass Service Award
Kristi Trumbo
3601 G.7 Road, Palisade, CO 81526
(970) 270-4716
[email protected]
ASTRA Service Award
ASTRA End-of-Year Club Activity Report
ASTRA Scholarship
There is no entry forms for this award. The District Treasurer’s membership records
are used to determine the Club with the highest net gain (which comes with a $100
check from District).
Each Club is encouraged to submit a deserving member for this honored award.
District Ten awards this honoree with an International Lamplighter pin. Submit a
written entry in the format and follow the requirements found on the website.
There is no entry form for this award. The District Treasurer's membership records
are used to determine the Club with the greatest percentage of net increase in Club
membership. A cash award is given by Altrusa International of Grand Junction, CO, in
the name of their member who served as District Governor.
This award has been brought back by Altrusa International of Tucumcari in name of
their beloved and longtime member Dorothy Kvols who believes attendance at Club
meetings is so important. Entry form is in the District Awards along with other forms.
Entry form is due to Susan Taylor by April 25th.
This award was started by then Governor Nancy Taylor out of her love for preserving
the environment and her desire that Altrusans be cognoscente of and involved in
protecting the environment. Her Club, Altrusa International of Clovis, has chosen to
continue this award to honor Nancy even after her passing.
This award was started by Governor Judy Stubbs because she believes celebrating the
commitment, love and dedication of Altrusans to “Leading to a Better Community” is
noteworthy. From now on members will be recognized with 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 or
55 years of service. Send names of members who became Altrusans in the years
1990, 1985, 1980, 1975, 1970, 1965 or 1960 along with which year they were
The objectives of this award are to encourage and stimulate international relations,
create an awareness of other cultures and people of the world and to r e c o g n i z e
outstanding Club achievement in International Relations.
This award is for a community service project. It has been named after Altrusa’s first
President and is an awarded to the Club project that most exemplifies what Altrusa
stands for. The winner will be submitted to International for competition at that
These forms may be retrieved from the International website and are submitted
directly to International.
“Putting the Pieces Together”
60th Altrusa District Ten Conference
Roswell Convention & Civic Center
912 North Main Street, Roswell, NM
Thursday, April 30 – Saturday, May 2, 2015
Registration Form
City, State Zip:
Home Phone:
Club Name: Altrusa International, Inc., of
I will attend as (check all special designations that apply):
First Timer
Club President
District Officer
District Chair
Past Governor
Other: _____________
Full Registration: Includes: Thursday night reception
____ Check here if you will attend the reception
All daytime sessions
Snacks during breaks
Friday & Saturday lunches
Saturday Banquet Dinner
OR First Timer discounted amount
Partial Registration (either Friday or Saturday daytime sessions)
Includes: All daytime sessions for a single day
Snacks during breaks
Lunch for a single day
Select the single day you will be attending:
Friday OR
On or
Friday Fun Night
Saturday Banquet - Dinner only
(this option may be purchased for guests, or added on to Option B Partial Registration)
(Fun Night is not included in any other Option – you must pay for it in addition to your
Registration if you wish to attend)
(Note: the Banquet is already included in Option A Full Registration –
do not choose this Add-on if you are using Option A)
Show and Sell Tables
Special dietary needs – vegetarian only option, check here:
The FULL AMOUNT DUE must be enclosed with Registration
Please make CHECK payable to: District Ten Conference
Mail form(s) and payment to: Jennifer Rawdon, 2306 Carver Drive, Roswell, NM 88203
(575) 317-0608 - email: [email protected]
NOTE TO CLUBS: If sending several registrations with one check, include a completed Registration form for each attendee.
REFUND POLICY: No refunds will be made for cancellations or changes made after April 17, 2015
Hotel: Fairfield Inn by Marriott, 1201 N. Main, Roswell, NM 88201-Local: 575-624-1300-Toll Free: 800-228-2800
A block of rooms has been reserved through April 17, 2015: $99 for single/double or $109 for a suite (plus tax)
Individuals are responsible for making their own lodging reservations.
A fill-in and print PDF file can also be found on the website @
Call to Conference
As Governor, Altrusa International Inc. District Ten, I hereby call ALL members, officers, committee
chairs, past Governors, delegates and alternates to the Sixtieth Annual District Ten Conference
Putting the Pieces Together to be held April 30th – May 2nd, 2015 at the Convention and Civic Center
in mysterious Roswell, New Mexico.
During Conference we will receive annual reports, consider District and International
recommendations and any other items of business. We will elect new members to the District Ten
Board for 2015-2017, recognize the wonderful achievements of our District and its membership and
otherwise conduct the business of Altrusa District Ten. And most of all, we will share the ideals of
Altrusa and make new friends.
Judy Stubbs, Governor
Attention ALL Incoming Club Officers
A Must!! Officer Training!!
Please ensure all Clubs have in attendance your Presidents,
Vice-Presidents, President Elects, Secretaries and Treasurers on Friday
afternoon, May 1st, beginning at 3:00 p.m. for this expanded Officer
Training. There are many ideas and issues that will be discussed as
well as opportunities to ask questions regarding these positions. This
Training is VERY important and is intended to get all Clubs in District
Ten knowledgeable and working in sync with International, the IRS and
your state’s requirements.
Judy Stubbs
#1 Brazos Circle
Roswell, NM 88201-3382
Roswell NM