Alcalá View 1991 7.7

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Cheance Adair and Pat Lee hope lo see increased staffinvolvement in the SEA.

SEA elects new co-presidents The Staff Employees Association elected new co-presidents during its March 20 meeting. Cheance Adair of the Mail Center and Pat Lee of Ad­ vancement Services replaced Mary Kennedy, who resigned from the post of president. Jill Stutzman of Student Accounts replaced Admission's Mildred Brown as secretary. Brown also resigned her position.

• Child Development Center: Fees were noted to be expensive. Some suggestions: 1. Offer a program where child could be registered only two or three days a week. 2. Offer subsidies for staff mem­ bers. 3. Offer a program where parents could volunteer some form of service in exchange for discounts. 4. Create a committee to solicit donations. • Aerobics: Available for all inter­ ested staff, classes are held Tues­ days and Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. and Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon. Contact Barbara Walsh, ext. 4490. • Discussed state ruling that employers will be fined if employees are not ride-sharing. Could affect parking fees. (Look for survey.) • Tuition remission policy goes to President's Advisory Council April 8. Would go into effect this fall.

Other SEA news: • Treasurer's report: Balance of $394.34 remains in treasury with no expenditures for the months of January, February and March. • Cookbook: Targeted deadline for completion and distribution will be close to Mother's Day. • Picnic: Scheduled to be held on July 26. Jill Stutzman and Kay Norton volunteered to work on the picnic committee. • Alcala View will have column devoted to SEA. Contact Judy Barnes, ext. 4684.

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April 1991 Vol. 7, No. 7

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