Budget Grows With New Programs  
By Rick Fritz / July 2008
My son, Ian, has reached that landmark age of 16 so I am in the process of adjusting my home budget for new auto expenses and trying to educate him about personal budgeting.
Campaign Moves to ‘Public Phase’  
By Rick Fritz / June 2008
Roll out the banners and start your engines: The public phase of the AAPG Foundation’s fundraising program is here!
Foundation Initiative Launched  
By Rick Fritz / May 2008
Meeting Challenges – Assuring Success!
'Shape up!' It's Meeting Season  
By Rick Fritz / March 2008
In an attempt to improve the health of our employees AAPG is looking at several programs this year to help staff eat and exercise better.
Communication Vital on Many Levels  
By Rick Fritz / February 2008
Work Force Is a Major Concern  
By Rick Fritz / January 2008
Rising Costs Put Pressure On Dues  
/ February 2007

When I do my personal budget, it’s kind of a conscience that doesn’t keep me from spending but makes me feel guilty about it. Developing AAPG’s budget is significantly different. It’s more of a conscience that guides the leadership in providing the best products and services for the best price.

 
By Rick Fritz / January 2007

Winston Churchill said, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you can see.” For me, during the past seven years this has been a wonderful ride with many milestones along the way. I thank all of the members and staff for your hard work and support.

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