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ACCG Board Election Nominations close Feb 15

2010 is an ACCG election year

January 23, 2010

The seven-member ACCG Board of Directors is elected by the general membership every two years. The Director term is a four year position, with three board members being elected on one cycle and four members being elected on the alternate cycle two years later. In 2010, three positions on the board expire. Incumbents in these positions are Peter K. Tompa, Bill Puetz and Dave Welsh. All three incumbents have been nominated for reelection to their respective seats on the board and have accepted the nominations. Additional nominations from the general membership are open until February 15 and may be submitted to the ACCG Secretary, Wayne G. Sayles by email to director@accg.us or by mail to P.O. Box 911, Gainesville, MO 65655. Nominees must have been a member of ACCG in good standing as of February 15, 2010. Interested parties are welcome to nominate themselves and should submit a background statement to accompany the nomination. This statement will be provided to voting members along with ballots and voting instructions which will be mailed in mid-March. The election closes on April 15, 2010 and newly elected officers will be installed at the ANA summer convention in Boston.

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