Quarterly Chapter Meeting

  • 15 Aug 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Blue Bell Country Club


  • First-timers pay the member price!
  • Non-members who are not attending their first chapter meeting.

Quarterly Chapter Dinner Meeting

Blue Bell Country Club

Cost: $45.00 for Members - $55.00 for Non-members

SEPA Presents:

Documenting Policies and Procedures

SEPA's own Raeann Hofkin, 2012 inductee into APA's Hall of Fame, will present Documenting Policies and Procedures.

Documentation of systems and procedures continues to play an important role in payroll organizations, especially due to ongoing technological enhancements that support payroll operations and the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on payroll and internal control requirements. We’ll discuss how to plan for your project and writing techniques, style, and structure.

Dinner will be your choice of either Crispy Chicken Marguerite or Crispy Skin Farm-Raised Salmon.  Dinner will include Caesar Salad, Lemon Cheesecake for dessert and coffee.  If you have special dietary needs, please contact Sharon at vicepresident@sepaapa.org.

Please remember that if your membership is due for renewal, you must first renew your membership online before you will be able to register at the member rate.  Membership renewal is located in the Membership section of the SEPA website.

Registration for this event will close as of August 3, 2012 or earlier if registration reaches room capacity.  Walk-ins cannot be guaranteed a seat and will only be allowed into the event at the chapter's discretion based on available accommodations.

Click Here for Directions to the Blue Bell Country Club!

Community Outreach Project

SEPA’s Community Outreach project for August is the Devereux Foundation, a non-profit organization providing services around the nation for persons with emotional, developmental & educational disabilities.  SEPA member Pauline Ulrich CPP is Payroll Director for the Devereux Foundation.

Devereux Pennsylvania consists of four locations throughout Eastern PA:  Downington, Malvern, Glenmoore and West Chester.  The Devereux Day Schools at these locations offer innovative high quality special education programs within a structured environment.

Focusing on individuals' strengths, the Day School provides an innovative academic program that prepares students for return to local educational communities. Support services and a safe therapeutic environment enhance the educational, behavioral, emotional, and social development of children and adolescents.   

The Day Schools can use:  universal book bags (no gender related such as Hanna Montana etc) blue, black, or red in color; crayons, memo pads, pencils, markers, glue sticks, pencil holders, note cards, construction paper, pens, paper clips, stickers, and velcro.

Please bring your donations to the August meeting.

SEPA and the children at Devereux thank you!

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