BRC Board of Directors Election Results
POCATELLO, ID (December 11, 2013) -- The BlueRibbon Coalition is proud to announce the results of the recent BRC Board of Directors Election, which saw the re-election or election of four candidates to positions on the BRC Board of Directors.
Re-elected to the BRC Board of Directors are Kay Lloyd and John Stewart. The two new candidates elected to the board are Danny Hale and Jack Welch (Jack Welch is a former member of the Board of Directors and a past President).
The BlueRibbon Coalition would like everyone to join them in welcoming these fine new board members. Each of them brings a number of outstanding assets to the recreational access table, and we look forward to working with them as they assume their new positions at the onset of 2014.
BRC would also like to thank all those who participated in the election and submitted their vote. The final tally of election results was tabulated at the BRC General Membership Meeting on December 7, 2013, in Pocatello, Idaho. All votes were gathered from members in good standing and were tabulated on location, online, via absentee ballot, or via proxy vote.
For a review of the candidates for this election, visit:
Additionally, at the BRC Board Meeting (October 26-27, 2013), new officers for the 2014 BRC Board of Directors were elected. These officers are as follows:
The rules and standards used in the election of the BRC Board of Directors, as well as those used in the election of the BRC Board Officers, are outlined in the bylaws of the BlueRibbon Coalition, Inc.
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