(Did you mean a Florida club?)
SCIFI, the Southern California Institute for Fan Interests, a 501(c)(3) non-profit which has run the last three LA Worldcons, L.A.con II, L.A.con III and L.A.con IV. It is unrelated to LASFS, though the two organizations have many members in common.
The organization has an odd membership structure with a large board (25 members) which wields complete power within the organization. The Board is elected annually. Because the Board is so large, it functions more like a club than a more traditional board of directors.
After LACon II, it was criticized for keeping too much of its profits and putting them to local uses, and subsequently became more active at distributing money and publicizing the fact.
They publish books through SCIFI Press
- File 770 #54 p9 -11 (distribution of profits, etc.)
Also involved: - Alan Winston - Allan Rothstein - Archon Tax Exemption Problems - Ben Yalow - Bill Rotsler - Bobbi Armbruster - Bruce Pelz - Connie Bailout Committee - Craig Miller - Drew Sanders - Ed Green - Elayne Pelz - Elizabeth Klein-Lebbink - Fan Portrait Gallery - Gary Louie - Genny Dazzo - George Flynn and 1.37 - H. P. "Sandy" Sanderson - J. Shaun Lyon - Jerome Scott - Jim Briggs - Jordan Brown - June Moffatt - Kathryn Daugherty - Kim Marks-Brown - LA in '87 (II) - LA in '90 - LA in '96 - Len Moffatt - Lex Nakashima - Liz Mortensen - Los Angeles in 1999 - Los Angeles, CA - Marilyn Niven - Mary Jane Jewell - Michael Donahue - Mike Glyer - Milt Stevens - NESFA Clubhouse - Nicknames - Noel Wolfman - Richard Foss - Rick Katze - Rotsler Award - S C I F I - S-c-i-f-i - SCIFI and 1.37 - Sandy Cohen - Sciffy - Scifi - Smofcon 12 - Southern California Institute For Fan Interests Inc - Southern California Institute for Fan Interests - Southern California Institute for Fan Interests Inc - Southern California Institute for Fan Interests, Inc. - Southern-california-institute-for-fan-interests - Southern-california-institute-for-fan-interests-inc
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