Notice of Election
Nominate Your Candidate to Serve on the Board of Governors
As part of its annual rotation, the Board seeks nominations of candidates to fill the positions of two retiring members of the Board of Governors. Nominees must be current MCSA members and available to actively serve a three year term of office beginning January 1, 2017.
The elected individuals will fill the expiring terms of Bob Cole(Keuka YC, NY), Chris Brooks (Carlyle YC, IL), and Justin Annis (Augusta SC, GA). When contemplating prospective nominees, consider the value of maintaining a Board balance in sailing, administrative, and leadership skill sets as well as a geographical representation of MCSA members.
To assist you in this process, the following is a list of the remaining Board members whose terms expire on December 31st of the year indicated:
Chris Craig – Lake Fenton, MI (2017)
Pete Comfort – Torch Lake, MI (2017)
Ron Baerwitz - Buffalo, NY (2018)
Amy Larkin – Lake Lanier, SC (2018)
Josiah Fricton – Lake Harriet, MN (2018)
Richard Blake – Hoover Lake, OH (2016) – Vice Commodore
David Helmick – Lake Eustis, FL (2016) – Commodore
Bob Cole – Keuka Lake, NY (2016) – Rear Commodore
The election will be held during the Annual Membership Meeting at the MCSA National Championship regatta at Crystal Lake YC, MI, August 24-27, 2016. Names should be submitted to Chris Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org
Touch of Class Magazine - Spring Issue
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