Our annual report shows we had a busy year

This week, we filed our 2020-21 annual report with SPJ national headquarters — something all chapters must do. The report covers May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021. Here is what we filed. Some highlights:

As part of the report, SPJVA members Martha Steger, Gail Gilmore and Francine Crutchfield examined the chapter’s bank statements, receipts and expenditures (thanks!). They reported: “We have examined the books of the Virginia Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. We find them to be accurate and in order.”

We ended the year with a bank balance of $7,038.23.

Published by SPJ Virginia Pro

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