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Beautiful dreamer wake in to me, starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee, sounds of the rude world heard in the day, lull'd by the moonlight have all passed away....I feel much better now!

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47 minutes ago, bass5 said:

 That being said I never like to see only 4 tenors to start the year because of the frequency of knee injuries often leads to only 3 tenors and that is just too small.

See Boston 2019 for most of the season.

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14 minutes ago, Ghost said:

See Boston 2019 for most of the season.

Hopefully they are carrying an alternate in case that happens.

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Here is a link to the Forward Performing Arts 2019 Annual Report that was distributed at their annual meeting in November 2019. The Statement of Financial Activities is on page 7 of the PDF, which shows the YOY change in net assets was $51,447, which is good, but not $200,000. 

http://www.madisonscouts.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/FPA-Annual-Meeting-2019-Annual-Report-v2.pdf

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Link to PDF of file on Scouts' website.

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On 1/27/2020 at 3:29 PM, Mello Dude said:

There isn't much to explain.  Caveat, IF you have been paying any attention to Madison the last 10 years (or more).  If not, go bone up on said subject then come back.  Putting it bluntly the whole lets be "inclusive" thing now for letting girls in seems a little like I dare say a ploy to avoid looking at the raging dumpster fire that isn't based on it's membership.  It's why I stated earlier I could have bet quite a bit the new DM would be female.  Don't always mean to be so pessimistic and negative but this reads like textbook misdirection if ever there was one.

100% exactly right.

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51 minutes ago, madisonsmiley said:

Here is a link to the Forward Performing Arts 2019 Annual Report that was distributed at their annual meeting in November 2019. The Statement of Financial Activities is on page 7 of the PDF, which shows the YOY change in net assets was $51,447, which is good, but not $200,000. 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y0b584lxu288r2q/FPA 2019 ANNUAL REPORT.pdf?dl=0

So where did the $200K debt reduction figure come from? Was someone getting creative with the debt numbers to make themselves look good? Nooooo....not this regime! Never! FAKE NEWS!

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32 minutes ago, madisonsmiley said:

Here is a link to the Forward Performing Arts 2019 Annual Report that was distributed at their annual meeting in November 2019. The Statement of Financial Activities is on page 7 of the PDF, which shows the YOY change in net assets was $51,447, which is good, but not $200,000. 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y0b584lxu288r2q/FPA 2019 ANNUAL REPORT.pdf?dl=0

Thank you!

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1 hour ago, FlamMan said:

So where did the $200K debt reduction figure come from? Was someone getting creative with the debt numbers to make themselves look good? Nooooo....not this regime! Never! FAKE NEWS!

It has to be FAKE NEWS indeed.  The very idea of misrepresenting the facts to bolster ones image is repulsive.  Can't happen here. 

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23 hours ago, wilder1966 said:

It has to be FAKE NEWS indeed.  The very idea of misrepresenting the facts to bolster ones image is repulsive.  Can't happen here. 

Thank God this courageous crusader freed the Madison Scouts of their discriminatory and exclusive ways after all these years!

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3 hours ago, madisonsmiley said:

Here is a link to the Forward Performing Arts 2019 Annual Report that was distributed at their annual meeting in November 2019. The Statement of Financial Activities is on page 7 of the PDF, which shows the YOY change in net assets was $51,447, which is good, but not $200,000. 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y0b584lxu288r2q/FPA 2019 ANNUAL REPORT.pdf?dl=0

Where are people getting that $200,000 reduction in debt from? Also, notice the drop off in donations, as well as a nearly $70,000 reduction in total unrestricted?

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