Have you noticed how many newsletters are being electronically transmitted?I still find myself printing them out, all the while knowing that Ill have to get used to this new form of communication because its going to save the groups who publish thema considerable monthly expense.
The Voice of BusinessJanuary edition of the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce, was full of people news like Richard Sprungle, vice president for operations, has replaced recently retired Dean Slagle at Audio-Technica.
Newly elected Munroe Falls City Council president is Marv Mills.Vice president will be Laura Cingle. Stow City Council has elected Janet DAntonio as its president, while John Wysmierski will be vice president.
John Mazzarella has beenelected president of the school board with John Pribonicas vice president this year.
Hats off to the Stow Fire Department personnel for training business and school personnel in the use of portable defibrillators.
The Stow Community Garden Club has opened its new year with Geraldine (Gerry) Herman, first vice president, at the helm, Annie Brightbill of Stow as second vice president, Charles Barrington as secretary and Violet Plummer as treasurer.
And by the way, garden registration for the community gardens will be held on May 9, judging on Aug. 7 and the Horticultural Showon Aug. 16.
Bill Brown will again serve as president of the Stow Sunshiners, with Sadie Konstantinovich as first vice president programs; Jim VanGilder as second vice president travel; Gladys Etz as treasurer; Anne Rothacker as recording secretary; and Dorothy Brown as corresponding secretary.
Congratulations to all on your elections to office.
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