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New Executive Committee members elected

The Angeles Chapter elections for the Executive Committee were held in November and December.

The five top vote-getters were who will join the governing body are:

David Haake
Carole Mintzer
Marcia Hanscom
Lynne Plambeck
Charming Evelyn

The newly elected members will serve a two-year term. Voter turnout within the Chapter in 2013 was about twice as large as the prior year.

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