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Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber names new 2010 board of directors

The 2010 Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber Board of Directors includes, from back left, David Kuhl, Heather Logan, David Mathieson, Sid Logan, Jessica Stickles, Paul Graves and Scott Derr. Other Board members are, from front left, Barbara Tolbert, John Cronin, Julie Morse, Katie Stevens, Renae James and, not pictured, Dennis Haddock, Simona DeVries and Steve Griffith. - Courtesy photo
The 2010 Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber Board of Directors includes, from back left, David Kuhl, Heather Logan, David Mathieson, Sid Logan, Jessica Stickles, Paul Graves and Scott Derr. Other Board members are, from front left, Barbara Tolbert, John Cronin, Julie Morse, Katie Stevens, Renae James and, not pictured, Dennis Haddock, Simona DeVries and Steve Griffith.
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ARLINGTON — The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce swore in its 2010 Board of Directors during its Jan. 12 general membership luncheon.

Former Chamber President Paul Graves passed the gavel to Julie Morse as she was sworn in as the 2010 Chamber President.

Morse has been involved on the Executive Board in the chamber for a number of years and has always been a driving force heading up membership and event committees, said Carin Weier of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber.

Chamber members Deborah Borgens of the Arlington School District, Norma Jean Syrie of Olympic Escrow and Susan Bonasera of The Arlington Times will be leaving the chamber board in 2010, Weier said.

“The chamber would would like to say thank you to each of these women for their respective years of service on the Board,” Weier said.

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce’s general membership luncheon is open to members of the business community on the second Tuesday of each month at noon at the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point.

For more information, and to see the upcoming luncheon speaker, visit www.arlington-smokeypointchamber.com.

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