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sfaa june 2017 FINANCIAL REPORT

The following is a summary of SFAA monthly financial report for the period beginning June 1, 2017 and ending June 30, 2017


To read details of the report, click on View Full Report below:


BANK BALANCE - JUNE 1             $2,191.76

  • TOTAL FUNDING                    $15,491.82

  • TOTAL EXPENSES                        $345.34

BANK BALANCE - JUNE 30        $17,338.24


Edward Sharpe

Plans are underway to re-activate SFAA Chapter in Liberia.


Edward Sharpe '86, who resides in Liberia, will lead the effort to reactivate Saints Friskies Chapter in Liberia. Speaking with SFAA President from France, Mr. Sharpe stated that as soon as he arrives in Liberia, he will convene a meeting no later than August 8, 2017, to begin the reactivation process.


Mr. Sharpe contacted the current President of the chapter, Wynston Doe, to inform him of his plans. Mr. Doe responded that he is definitely on board and is excited to get the chapter functioning again.

As soon as the chapter is reactivated, we will publish a formal announcement. In the mean time, if you live in Liberia and are familiar with Mr. Sharpe, please contact him about getting involved. If you need his contact information, please email us at

view class: 65, 83, 84

SFAA's Class Page rollout continues. The following classes have been published and are now available for viewing.


  • Class of '65

  • Class of '83

  • Class of '84

Content on each class page includes members of the class, name of the class, year graduated, and a slider deck of current and past pictures of class members. If you notice any errors or omissions, or have class information to submit,  please contact

STC Needs assessment report

Natu Youh Strathy, '86, contacted SFAA President to inform him that she has returned to the US from Libera. Mrs. Strathy also reported that during her visit to St. Teresa's Convent, she found that there are students who desperately need nutritional support, while the school needs assistance with paying off the debt on their generator.


Since Sister Evelina, Principal of STC, was out of the country at the time, SFAA's President contacted STC's Vice Principal Wokie Kpanyor to discuss the next step in addressing the school's immediate needs. He asked that the school make a formal request in writing, documenting their needs along with the cost of addressing those needs. Mr. Koffa explained to Ms. Kpanyor that this is necessary for preparing grant proposals seeking corporate sponsorship and other charitable funding.

regional chapters

SFAA is in the process of establishing regional chapters. The regional chapters will comprise of the following:


o   Massachusetts

o   Rhode Island

o   Connecticut

o   New York

o   New Jersey

o   Pennsylvania

o   Delaware·     


o   Michigan

o   Indiana

o   Illinois

o   Ohio

o   Minnesota


o   Washington DC

o   Maryland

o   Virginia


o   North Carolina

o   South Carolina

o   Georgia

o   Florida

  • WEST

o   California

o   Washington

o   Nevada


o  Liberia


We are seeking voulunteers to help us with this major re-organization effort. If you wish to help, please contact us at:


sfaa vacancies

SFAA currently has open positions that need to be filled:

  • Members of the Board

    • Five members representing regional chapters

  • Standing Committees

    • Finance

    • Audit

    • Nomination/Election

  • Appointed Committees

    • Planning​

    • Projects

    • Membership

    • Fundraising

We are currently on a recruitment campaign to fill these positions. We ask that you please assist in this effort by submitting the names of  interested candidates to:


SUrgeries  in liberia

Dr. Kevin and Mrs. Natu Youh Strathy, STC Class of '86, traveled to Liberia in June to perform reconstructive surgery on children who are severely scarred or have other facial deformities.

Dr. Strathy, a plastic surgeon, along with his wife Natu, a surgical nurse, have performed over 80 surgeries in Liberia since December 2016, free of charge. They dedicate their medical training, time, and limited resources toward healing Liberians who are in desperate need of such medical services.

Dr. Kevin and Mrs. Natu Youh Strathy were honored with a humanitarian award at SFAA's convention in May 2017.

Read more from Frontpage Africa about the Strathys' amazing charity work by clicking on the button below:

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