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Updated: 05/05/2013 08:00:37AM

Presley re-elected foundation’s board chairman

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The Punta Gorda Elkettes of Lodge 2602 recently installed their officers for 2013-14. From left: Mary Kay Newman, chaplain; Gerri Keenan, chaplain; Sandy Blackhurst, assistant secretary; Ethel Kreschman, secretary; Joan Koch, president; Carol Bemister, first vice president; Margo Myer, second vice president; Carol Milroy, treasurer; and Rita Popko, assistant treasurer. Not pictured: Lu Pfeiffer, sergeant-at-arms.


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B rian Presley has been re-elected to a third term as the chairman of the Charlotte Community Foundation board, according to a release from the foundation.

Presley, senior partner of Presley-Beane Financial Services in Punta Gorda, was approved unanimously by the board as its chairman.

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