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Red Hatters support Seven Springs Elementary School: Members of the Red Hat Society’s Sassy Lassies of Country Place Village Chapter in New Port Richey recently made their annual donation of school supplies to Seven Springs Elementary School. Shown from left are: Jeanne Levandowski (chapter queen), Charmaine Dupps, Maxine Wheeldon, Joann Wilkins, Ingrid Skurla, Annette Payne, Pamela Turner (vice queen) and Margaret Poliandro.
Published Sep. 9, 2015

Leadership Pasco appoints new board members:

Leadership Pasco announced recently the appointment of three new members to its board of directors, as well as a full slate of officers and members for 2015.

Joining the board of directors are Ed Caum, Kim Hamm and Todd Pillars. Caum works in the county's office of tourism development and is retired from the military; Hamm is vice president of finance and accounting at Youth and Family Alternatives; and Pillars, a former IT consultant, is now a professional photographer.

Leadership board members include: Tom Celotto, president; Stefanie Ambrosio Pontlitz, president-elect; Krista Covey, secretary; Connie Lucco, treasurer; Rob Aguis; Nichole Alvarez-Sowles; Carla Armstrong; Kim Bogart; Scott Byrnes; Caum; Heather Grimes; Hamm; Steven Jonas; Lorraine Lane; James Mallo; Jamie Mick; Pillars; Tina Shelton; Skip Miller; George Tharin; and Tony Vannata.

For more than 25 years, Leadership Pasco has helped to identify and recruit current or potential leaders of Pasco County, facilitate the development and interaction of those leaders and foster an issues-oriented learning environment for the leaders and the citizens of Pasco County.

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