If the nongovernmental group received support from public funds or expended public funds, the entity would be subject to the act. Membership by a governmental official in a group would not make the group subject to the act unless the group met the other qualifications. S.C. Code Ann. § 30-4-20(a). The receipt of public funds by a nongovernmental entity in exchange for goods and services will not make the nongovernmental entity a public body under the act. Weston v. Carolina Research and Development Found., 401 S.E.2d 161 (S.C. 1991); Sutler v. Palmetto Elec. Coop.