The feedback I received with my last set of questions was just wonderful! I am hoping that folks will have some insight on this as well.
A little bit of background--the family gathering we are having will be the first for the Tribble family in quite some years (some lines have never had a gathering and this will be the first for all the lines to come together).
After talking with other committee members (reps from the lines), it seems as though there is some concern about a handful of relatives being a little shaky about where the money really goes et cetera. To help lessen any worries, we have thought about creating an expense form. This would have how much money came in from the various avenues (reunion fees, ads for the reunion book, extra tee shirts/books, gathering dvd et cetera) and how much it actually cost to have those items put together as well as other reunion expenses--certificates, prizes et cetera). Any interested family member (or perhaps all who attend) will receive a report with their 'thank you for attending' card or letter.
Has anyone else done this? Any thoughts or ideas where this is concerned?
TIA for your input!