The FSA Has An Opening on its BOARD. See Below! Submitted by Earl Ball.


The FSA Board has had a Vice President resign for health reasons and I know some of you are interested in a Board position because I’ve heard you talk about it.  I would guess they would fill the position with a temporary appointment but if you are interested, now is the time to let a Board member know.  The nominating committee consisting of Chairman Glenn Monroe, Phil Rebholz and Ray Buck are in the process of putting together a slate of potential officers for consideration at the Florida Shuffleboard Association winter meeting which follows the Hall of Fame banquet on January 16th.  If you are interested in being considered contact one of the committee members.  You can also be nominated from the floor.

The site of the Hall of Fame banquet and winter meeting is at Hawthorne in Leesburg.  Why not come to the banquet and see those being honored this year as well as those already in the Hall of Fame.  It’s a chance to get dressed up and see everyone else dressed up. (No; shorts and  t-shirt are not dressed up!!)  Take some pictures or make some comments and send them to Stan, I know he is interested in how fashionable shufflers can be.

Earl Ball 12-30-2016  (Correction, in red, sent along by Dave Kudro.)

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2 Responses to The FSA Has An Opening on its BOARD. See Below! Submitted by Earl Ball.

  1. Dave Kudro says:

    The nominating committee has past president Phil Rebholz instead of Glenn Peltier that was listed in the above article.

    David Kudro
    1st Vice President FSA


  2. stanistheman says:

    Correction made. 2016 12 30. Thanks Dave. Stan


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