About APRA

    APRA History: 1991

    APRA Highlights

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    APRA receives 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and dues increased from $35 to $50.
    Writing Award; Wesley Lindahl, "Differentiating Planned and Major Gift Prospects"

    APRA Service Award
    Bobbie Strand

    Board Members
    Lyn Day, President
    Lily Beck, Membership Director
    Margaret Fuhry, Professional Development Director
    Joan M. Garrow, Secretary
    John Gliha, Treasurer
    Sandra Johnson, Publicity Director
    Emily Pfizenmaier-Henderson, Conference Chair
    Kathy Wilson, Vice President

    August 8–10, 1991
    600 attend Fourth Annual Conference, New Directions, New Connections, in Seattle, Washington

    • Keynote: Joanne Hayes, President and CEO of the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy
    • Conference Chair: Emily Pfizenmaier-Henderson

    October 1991
    APRA mission statement released.

    World Headlines

    • UN Ground Troops Led By U.S. Military Liberate Kuwait in 100 Hours
    • South Africa Moves to Dismantle Apartheid
    • End of the Cold War
    • Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev Resigns; Soviet Union Disbanded
    • LA Police Officers Beat Motorist Rodney King, Caught on Videotape
    • Jay Leno Succeeds Johnny Carson
    • Judge Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Hearings Are Televised

    Dow Jones

    • High — 3,169
    • Low — 2,470

    Forbes' World's Richest — Top Three

    1. Taikichiro Mori; Japan; property development; $15 billion
    2. Yoshiaki Tsutsumi; Japan; land, railroads, resorts; $14 billion
    3. Sam Walton; U.S.; retailing; $9 billion
      (Sam Walton would have been the richest if he hadn't divided his $18 billion fortune among five family members.)

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