CLAS Information Center and Hospitality Booth - Trade Booth #849
CLAS /UNT/CASP Reception
CLAS Graduation Ceremony & Alumni Dinner
CLAS Graduate Workshop: Financial Reports 101 for Non-Financial Managers -51A
CLAS Information Center and Hospitality Booth #849: ( Monday– Wednesday, October 22 -24 )
In a project to help make a senior’s holiday special, the Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services is collaborating with Volunteers of America’s Meals on Wheels Program to provide holiday cards to be delivered with the meals during Hanukah and on Christmas day. Will you take a few moments to come by our booth #849 to write a message and sign some holiday cards. Help us reach our goal of 500 cards.
UNT/CLAS/CASP Reception: ( Sunday, October 21; 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.)
The CASP reception will be a time for celebrating, networking with UNT and CLAS/CASP Alumni, and honoring both the 2012 CLAS awards recipients and the 2012 CASP Graduates. Join us at the Capitol 5 Ballroom on Level 4 of the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, 650 15th Street, Denver.
CASP Graduation Ceremony & Alumni Dinner ( Sunday, October 21; 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.)
All CASP candidates, graduates, alumni, and friends are invited to attend the CASP Graduation Ceremony and Alumni Dinner. 2012 Graduates will receive complimentary dinner. Tickets for guests can be purchased through the Leading Age Annual Meeting Registration form or directly through the CLAS office. This event will be held in the Capitol 6 Ballroom on Level 4 at the Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th Street, Denver.
CLAS Graduate Workshop : Financial Reports 101 for Non-Financial Managers-51-A ( Sunday, October 21; 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.)
• Examine underlying principals and axioms that support today’s financial reporting to make reading and comprehending financial statements more meaningful.
• Review the basics of financial statement reporting as well as key points and terms to help you better understand and work with financial reports.
• Discuss recent changes in financial statement reporting requirements.
Understanding financial statements can be a bit daunting, especially for individuals that did not study accounting in college. This session is designed for the non-financial manager and will cover the key underlying principals and axioms that support todays financial reporting to make reading and comprehending financial statements more meaningful. Key terms used in financial statements will be discussed with examples of their use. In addition, recent changes in financial statement reporting requirements will be discussed.
• DeWayne McMullin, President, New Life Management and Development, La Canada, CA
• David Scruggs, Chief Financial Officer, Montereau, Inc., Tulsa, OK
Please check your LeadingAge Annual Meeting brochure, the LeadingAge website (www.leadingage.org), and/or the CLAS website (leadersinaging.unt.edu) to verify dates, times and room listings.
The CLAS Time and Talent Awards recognize one or more individuals who have given distinguished volunteer service to CLAS.
This year the awards will be presented to: