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KCC Board elections Nov. 8

Join us, and help keep KCC a viable resource for the community!

Nominations are open until Nov. 7

The Kenmore Community Club predates schools, libraries, and even governments in our area. A group of citizens who understood the deep fulfillment of connecting face-to-face began meeting in 1925 as a way to work together on community needs. It continues today as a place for the people of Kenmore to meet, share a meal, celebrate, worship, hold weddings and remember those who have passed on.

Maintaining and managing this critical community resource is the job of the Kenmore Community Club Board of Directors. If you would like to give back to your community, joining the KCC Board is valuable and rewarding way to do so.

The Kenmore Community Club's annual election of its Board of Directors is set for Wednesday, Nov. 8. All members in good standing are eligible to nominate themselves or another member for a position on the board. Kenmore Community Club members are urged to get involved and help to keep making the club better and growing by joining the board.

In all, there are 7 board positions up for election this year:

  • President (1 year term)

  • Vice President (1 year term)

  • Secretary (1 year term)

  • Treasurer (1 year term)

  • Regular Trustee (2 positions, 2 year term)

  • Trustee at-large (1 year term)

As of this writing, Nick Freeman has agreed to run for a second term as President, as will Fernell Miller and Will French who will run for Vice President and Secretary respectively. David Evans, having served on the board for nine years, the last two as treasurer, has decided to step down from the board. Regular Trustee Kathi Straw has agreed to run for treasurer, a position she held for several years previously. Michael O'Leary has agreed to run for the Regular Trustee position, and Brad Srebnik will serve the second year of his two-year term.

Dave Ahlman has thrown his hat in the ring for the Trustee at large (one-year term.)

That leaves one position open, Regular Trustee (two-year term).

To nominate yourself or another member you think would be a great addition to the board, you must be current in your annual dues payment and have participated in at least one volunteer opportunity in the Kenmore community. It doesn't have to be volunteering for the club, it can be any volunteering you do in the Kenmore community. Nominations are accepted throughout the month of October. The election will be held Nov. 8, 2023.

If you think you want to jump in and get involved in this vibrant community club, fill out a nomination form to nominate yourself.

Nominations are accepted throughout the month of October and up to Nov. 7 the day before the potluck/election. The election will be held Nov. 8, 2023. See the blog post on nominations for how to nominate yourself or a fellow member for the board.


According to the club's bylaws all members who have paid dues by March 31 of the current year and who have participated in at least one club activity during the year are members in good standing and eligible to serve on the board and vote in the election, Nov. 8, 2023

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