Soroptimists announce new board of directors |

Soroptimists announce new board of directors

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Provided to the TribuneSoroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe 2012-13 board members Two-year director Rita Redd of Personal Best Training; Two-year Alternate Delegate Michelle Ludiker of Mich's Stiches; Two-year Delegate Colleen Manzer of RE/MAX Realty Today; One-year Director Vicki Gonzales-Raucci of Marine Performance; Treasurer Kathleen Brown of Conlon & Co.; President Pat Disney, who is retired from Tile Outlet; Correspondence Secretary Michelle Lam, DVM at Sierra Veterinary Hospital; Recording Secretary Kimberly Templeton of Hard Rock Cafe; Vice President Vicki Stillwell of Live Violence Free and President-elect Sue Novasel of Tahoe Dream Events are shown. One-year Director Natasha Schue of Tahoe Daily Tribune is not shown.

Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe announced its 2012-13 board of directors on June 27 at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe.

The board includes President Pat Disney, President-elect Sue Novasel, Vice-President Vicki Stilwell, Treasurer Kathleen Brown, Recording Secretary Kim Templeton, Correspondence Secretary Michelle Lam, One-year Director Natasha Schue, Two-year Director Rita Redd; One-year Director Vicki Gonzales-Raucci; Two-year Delegate Colleen Manzer and Two-year Alternate Delegate Michelle Ludiker. Parliamentarian Peggy Jenner and Past President Diane Roeser-Kinney will also serve on the board.

“The women on this year’s board are very dynamic and bring so much varied experience to the club and the work we do in the community. It really makes me thrilled and proud to be a member,” said Michelle Santos, marketing manager for Belfor Property Restoration.

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