December 2014 Presidential Ponderings

December 2014 Presidential Ponderings

Date added to ADN: Thu, April 20, 2017
Originally Published: Thu, December 18, 2014
by Richard Ciaravino (About the Author)

December 2014 Presidential Ponderings

Hello Dancers,

I would like to thank all of you who supported me over the past 2 years. I know there were some changes, some were hopefully good.

Our last board meeting was a transition meeting from the current board to the new board. At that meeting the 4 members of the new board, Lorrie Ito, Liane Rittmaier. Peter Scharkow and Aaron Templeton, made a decision to discontinue the monthly dances until there are at least 3 additional board members. So if you wish to see the monthly dances continue, volunteers to join the board are needed. Liane has graciously accepted to be the contact person for anyone interested in volunteering. If you have any question please talk to one of the new board members.

Liane may be contacted by email at:

This will be my last news letter as President of Chapter 2043.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


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