March 2020 Newsletter
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Greetings! On behalf of the executive board, I thank you for your continued support and dedication to the progress of our association.
We thank fellow members who continue to meet their financial obligations to the association every year since the inception of our association. May the good Lord reward kindly for your support. We encourage all alumni to remain steadfast in their commitment to the progress of the association. We remind you that your generous donations provide us with the opportunities to embark on some special projects at our Alma mater and maintain a strong financial endowment. Furthermore, your alumni dues and other donations help us to fund other endeavors such as (1) the boarding school scholarship program for the CHSA students; (2) teacher retention; (3) class size reduction; (4) the aachsa website maintenance; (5) administrative operation; and (6) alumni outreach drive.
We urge fellow members who have not paid their past and/or current annual alumni dues and pledges to do so via PayPal, direct deposit, or Zelle money transfer. Please visit our website for more information and directions.
a. Annual Alumni Dues
The 2020 alumni or membership fee is $150, and we urge you to pay your dues via:
Visit our website (aachsa.org), click on the “Payment Center” tab, click on the “PayPal ” tab, and follow the instructions.
P.O Box 654
Lanham, MD 20703
iii. Zelle Money Transfer
Account name: Alumni Assn. of Comprehensive H. S. Aiyetoro Inc.
Checking Account#: xxxx4931
* Please notify the national treasurer of any financial transaction at firstname.lastname@example.org
b. Endowment Fund
Our goal is $100,000 or more by September 5, 2020. We urge all alumni to pledge toward this goal. A pledge of $500 or more will be quite helpful in our effort to achieving the goal; however, any amount is very much appreciated. We continue to see progress in donations made, and we thank those who have pledged and fulfilled their financial obligations. We plan to publish the names of all donors very soon. Our finance department is currently compiling the names and amounts donated towards this endeavor, and we promise to post the information in a special edition of the newsletter.
2. National ReunionOur 2020 national reunion is on September 10-12, and the venue is:
The Orleans Hotel & Casino
4500 W. Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89103
a. Reunion fees
i. Alumni (U.S & Canada residents)
ALL alumni, (i.e. U.S. and Canada residents) are expected to pay the
2019 and 2020 alumni dues (i.e. $150 + $150 = $300). Please note that the reunion fee of $100 is included in the $300 alumni dues.
Guests (i.e. non-alumni) are required to pay only the reunion fee of $100 per guest.
b. Hotel accommodation and room rates
The Hotel is pleased to offer Group the following room and group rate commitment:
c. Room reservation procedures
The cut-off date for room reservation is June 30, 2020. Individuals are encouraged to book their reservations online before the cut-off date. To receive your special group rate, members will need to enter the assigned Reservation ID: ACH0C09 through the Hotel’s website at www.orleanscasino.com/groups. Individuals may also call Hotel’s Room Reservations Department direct at (800) 675-3267 and identify themselves as members of a group or convention with Reservation ID: ACH0C09.
Hotel website: www.orleanscasino.com/groups
Reservation ID: ACH0C09
Hotel’s room reservation department: (800) 675-3267
Room reservation cut-off date: June 30, 2020
d. Meeting and Function Space
e. Reunion theme:
Reconnect, Inspire, and Rejuvenate!
Finally, we urge you to start making preparations for the reunion including flight and hotel reservations. We look forward to having a fun-filled reunion in Las Vegas. Again, on behalf of my colleagues on the executive board, I thank you for your dedication, support, and prayers.
God bless our beloved Compro
Best Regards,Shina Oshinuga