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June 26, 2014

New Officers at KVC

KINGSTON — In an outstanding show of membership support, at a special membership/elections night, June 10, after unanimous votes to suspend the monthly meetings for July and August, and suspend the regular meeting agenda for elections, President ‘Rossi’ Cobbett led the executive board and members in the elections meeting, and directed the closed vote election of officers for the next two year term.

The following is the result of nominations and voting. For President –Steve Costa accepted the nomination as Rossi Cobbett stepped aside and later accepted the position of Treasurer- accepting the books from outgoing Treasurer Frank Cronin. Paul Trabucco will return in his second term as Vice President. Larry Lesch was voted in as Secretary replacing Ken Weyler and Ralph Santoro ran unopposed and will return as the Club Chaplain. In a contested race, Russ Nedeau will be the new Sergeant-at Arms replacing incumbent Kevin Riney. After the elections President Cobbett thanked all members of the executive board for continuing their service, welcomed the new Board members who will serve their first term, and finally thanked all the members for their participation in electing new officers. The officers elected shall take their oath of office at the first meeting after the summer recess at the Kingston Veteran’s Club on Mon., September 15. The club wishes to thank all those members who attended, and finally to congratulate the new officers as they assume their duties.

The Kingston Veteran’s Club encourages area Veterans to apply for membership. For more information, stop by Kingston Veterans Club, 36 Church Street, Kingston, or call 642-3419.

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