Category Archives: Elections

OSWGA Board Elections

OSWGA Board of Directors Election The results of the Board elections are as follow: Vice President:  Carolyn Maney Treasurer: Barbara Sitter Corresponding Secretary: Maureen Ford Congratulations ladies!

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2021 Board of Director’s Elections

Have you ever considered joining a Board? Well, maybe now is the time! OSWGA Elections will be held in early November. This year, there are three offices open: Vice President Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Each office has different duties and requirements. … Continue reading

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Board of Director’s Elections will be held in January 2021

Covid-19 restrictions forced the cancellation of this year’s banquet. The banquet has traditionally served as our annual meeting where we hold elections for Board member positions on a rotational basis. This year, the open positions are President and Treasurer.   … Continue reading

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Banquet and Elections

The OSWGA Banquet was a smashing success! Thank You to Carolyn Brown for coordinating and to all who volunteered We raised $1870 for the Scholarship Fund via the raffle Verbal Elections were conducted. Congratulations to the New OSWGA Board Members: … Continue reading

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NOMINATIONS FOR 2017 BOARD ELECTIONS

 NOMINATIONS FOR 2017 BOARD ELECTIONS Vice President: Shirley McGuire Corresponding Secretary: Maureen Ford Recording Secretary: Erin Mernick Since each is running unopposed, we will vote by voice acclamation at the November Banquet.

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Election News………………

The following candidates are running for office: President Pat Dickson Treasurer Luanne Googins There is only 1 candidate in both the offices of President and Treasurer resulting in unopposed candidate races. Article II, Section 3 allows for a voice vote … Continue reading

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