Regarding visitors browsing the site

We will collect and store the name of the domain from which you access the Internet.  We use this information solely for monitoring
the number of visitors to different areas of our web site. We maintain
physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with Federal
standards and regulations.


We use cookies as a network and information source. When accessing the Internet, cookies may be downloaded to your computer. A cookie is a small piece of information that enables applications to understand information about your computer.
A cookie is not a piece of code. If you do not want cookies to be stored
on your computer, change your security settings. In Microsoft Internet Explorerâ, on the Tools menu, select Internet Options, and then choose the Security tab. Move the security level zone slider up
to high. On this setting, Web sites will not be able to send cookies to
your computer. Note: Changing the security level may affect the speed at which your computer interacts with Web sites that expect to put cookies on your computer. If you are not using Microsoft Internet Explorerâ, please consult the manufacturer of your web browser for information pertaining to security settings.

 We collect
non-public personal information about you from the following sources:

 ·     Information we receive from you on applications or other

There may be circumstances where we are legally required to disclose
information about you, such as through a court order, subpoena or
criminal investigation.

 Updates to this Privacy Statement

While we will never change our fundamental commitment to protecting user privacy, regulatory changes or other circumstances may require us to modify this Privacy Statement.  In the event that we do amend this Statement, we will post the amended Statement on the web site at.