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The North Carolina PBA holds annual division board meeting

 

(L-R) Wardell Williams, Randy Byrd, Brandon McGaha, and Tom Slymon

 

On September 29, 2012, Chapter leaders met in Cary for their division meeting and to select officers for a three year term. Randy Byrd who serves as the Cary chapter President was elected to serve another 3 year term as President. Wardell William who serves as the Corrections chapter president was selected as Sr. Vice President for the division. Rounding out the Board of Directors was Brandon McGaha who was elected Vice President. Brandon currently serves as the President of the Mtn. Chapter. Finally, Tom Slymon who serves as the N. Mecklenburg chapter President was elected to serve as Secretary for the division. Congratulations to these members who have committed their time to serve other members!

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