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Community Leader Annual Report January 2010

By Luba Johnson

Well, another year has passed and along with the passing comes the end of my term as the Community Development Team Leader. I have seen and experienced, as I hope all parishioners have that the St. Luke’s Community Team has made God’s home a place were all are welcomed, kindness and love radiates and our social growth only strengthens or spiritual growth. I have been blessed to be able to serve the St. Luke community and have worked with dedicated ministry leaders. Thank you to all who have volunteered to host coffee hours, brought food for the pot luck dinners, help set up and clean up after events and served on event committees. Without all your help and support our Community Development Team could not be such a success!!!

To all the Community Ministry Leaders - once again your dedication to your specific roles and to St. Luke has been greatly appreciated and has made my role these past years as your team leader easy and very pleasant. My sincere thanks go out to all of you.

2009 Community Team Budget Summary

The 2008 Community Team Budget was set at $20,825
Gross expenditures for the year were $13,070.
Community Team received donations of $5,501
Net expenditures for the year were $7,569.

*Chairs for the basement were budgeted for this year, but not purchased.

2010 Community Team Budget

The 2010 Community Team Budget has been set at $17,450

Respectfully submitted,
Luba Johnson
Community Team Leader