Club Elections are held annually at our February Meeting. All volunteer positions have a one-year term, but no term-limit. All positions are up for reelection every year.

Even if you don’t have the time to take on an official position, click here if you’re interested in learning about a specific position and we’ll find small ways you can help. This is a great way to learn about the club, the mentoring program, the website, or whatever your interests are.

Take a look at the positions and consider becoming an AABA volunteer!

Notes

  • The incumbent is listed in bold, challengers in plain text. Helpers are also listed, as noted.
  • Interested in volunteering, great! Click here to state your position of interest, tell us about yourself, and why you’d like to volunteer.

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Officers

  • President – Carl Guerci Jr.
  • Vice-President – Michael Doyle
  • Secretary – ** Open ** | Debbie Hewitt
  • Treasurer – ** Open ** | Dennis Roundy (Statement)

Chairpersons

  • Club Photographer – ** Open **
  • Club Rentals – Chrissy Perry
  • County Fair Coordinator – Michael Doyle
  • Door Prize Coordinator – Dwight Fielder
  • Legislative Coordinator – ** Open **
  • Librarian – Carl Guerci Jr.
  • Mentor Coordinator – Jim Larson
  • Program Coordinator – Jim Larson
  • Short Course Coordinator – Debbie Hewitt
  • Snacks – ** Open **
  • Social Media – Charles DeBarber
  • Swarm Coordinator – Carl Guerci Jr.
  • Webmaster – Dave Mumford, Helpers: Rachael Logan, Dennis Roundy

Dennis Roundy, Candidate for AABA Treasurer

“I am a retired engineer so I know my way around a spreadsheet and have the time to devote to this position. I was the volunteer treasurer for a high school club my daughters belonged to several years ago, and enjoyed the job. I was also secretary on the board of directors for an international engineering society in the past and as part of my duties had to handle a large volume of periodical sales, also a position I enjoyed.

Setting up an online membership/renewal registration is something I think would benefit the club’s members and would like to make that happen for AABA.”

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