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Updated: 11/18/2012 08:01:54AM

Orchestra lands new executive director

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Regina Buckley

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Charlotte State Bank & Trust marchers carry a special banner created for the Veterans Appreciation Parade Nov. 10 in Punta Gorda. Members of the bank contingent included, from left, Alyson Burch, Evan Burch, Keith and Martha Dyer, Melanni Rohrig, Vickie Osborne, Evan Osborne and Trevor Osborne.

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Chrissie Salazar of Drug Free Charlotte County, left, stands with Charlotte State Bank & Trust staff members behind a table display for the "Be the Wall” presentation Nov. 9 at the bank’s Port Charlotte office. Customers and visitors to the bank were offered giveaways and cupcakes while provided educational information designed to help parents and the community "Be the Wall” between teens and alcohol and substance abuse. Bankers standing with Chrissie are, from left, Kenol Pierre-Louis, Amanda Losada, Branch Manager Kelly Louke, and Crystal Hickman.

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The new tour boat at the Nav-A-Gator in DeSoto County.

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Congratulations to Regina Buckley. She recently was appointed executive director of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra. According to the orchestra, Buckley has had 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. In her hometown of Boston, she co-founded and was director of the telemedicine center, and created and directed the physician-referral service at Massachusetts General Hospital. After moving to Punta Gorda in 1996, she began her affiliation with the Charlotte County Family YMCA. She has managed both the Bayfront Center and the Punta Gorda facility, has served as event coordinator, and is a certified fitness instructor and personal trainer.

She is also a licensed real estate broker, and owned and operated Regal Property Services of Port Charlotte, a successful property-management company.

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