The leadership of the Farm Financial Standards Council has postponed the meeting scheduled for Amarillo in late July and is rescheduling the event until July 28-30, 2021. The meeting will be held at that time in Amarillo.
“The Council has been meeting annually since 1993, and this is the first time we’ve had to take action such as this,” says Keith Raynor, CPA, current Council president. “However, the actions of Texas’ governor over this past weekend effectively shut down the hospitality industry in Texas, which made it impossible to pursue the meeting there this year.
“The group considered a number of options and decided to move forward with the postponement until the same timeframe in 2021. We will use the same hotel property, just a year later.”
The Council will proceed with video-conferencing of its various working committees on the morning of July 29 and will conduct its annual business meeting that same afternoon. The agenda for that video-conferenced event will include the election of officers and action on committee recommendations moving forward.
“As is usual for the Council, all its activities are open to anyone who has an interest in participating,” Raynor clarified. He suggested they watch the Web site for details on the committee sessions as well as the annual business meeting.