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|Treasurer's Report by Peter Pirie
The Auditors' Financial Statements have been prepared from records provided by the Norfolk Historical Society. In the year ended December 31st, 2000, expenses of $155M are $16M more than the previous year, with costs of the Millennium and Centennial projects being factors.
Despite an increase in revenue, we still seek additional income to fund our operations. Repairs and replacements are required and the condition of records and artifacts has to be maintained.
The Budget for 2001 includes revenues and expenses at levels for the previous two years, plus the addition of $33,000 from a Trillium Grant to provide for a Program Director. Also included is $10,000 in Fund Raising initiatives over and above our usual events in order for us to continue to upgrade out facilities..