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Board elects new members

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

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The Clay County Extension Board recently conducted its annual meeting and election of officers. Kip Clark (third from left) was the featured speaker. Residents elected to the extension board include (from left) Paul Sinders, Jim Smith, and Greg Burns. Courtesy Photo.
Despite the frigid, icy weather conditions, the Clay County Extension Board annual meeting took place Jan. 31.

Those in attendance heard from Clay County resident Kip Clark, who works with the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) at Hulman Field in Terre Haute.

Following Clark's lecture, there was an election to determine new members of the 2011 Clay County Extension Board.

Those elected included Greg Burns, Mark Cooprider, Carolyn Keiser and Paul Sinders.

Other individuals serving on the extension board include Nancy Hyatt, Dianna Knox, Troy Lowdermilk, Rob Miller, Joy Minor, Maryann Reed, Mary Ray, Jim Smith, Steve Stoelting, and Lucy Strauch.

The meal at the event was prepared by the Bowling Green United Methodist Church, and was sponsored by Ceres Solutions and Riddell National Bank.


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Hi Lucy Strauch! Hope you are enjoying retirement! :)

-- Posted by millertime on Thu, Feb 10, 2011, at 12:34 PM


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