© Key Peninsula Civic Center Association
Key Peninsula Civic Center

Board of Directors

The    Key    Peninsula    Civic    Center    is    a    non-profit    organization dedicated    to    promoting    the    welfare    of    the    Key    Peninsula community    and    citizens,    and    encouraging    civic    consciousness through    active    participation    in    constructive    projects    that    will improve the community. Mission:   "The   Key   Peninsula   Civic   Center   Association,   through   its facility   and   the   efforts   of   its   members,   fosters   and   promotes   the civic,   social,   cultural   and   general   well-being   of   the   Key   Peninsula community." The   Key   Peninsula   Civic   Center   Association   Board   of   Directors manages   and   directs   the   business   affairs,   projects   and   facilities   of the   civic   center.   They   establish   and   maintain   a   set   of   rules   to govern the use and maintenance of the civic center premises. The   board   consists   of   a   maximum   of   thirty   (30)   elected   members, inclusive    of    the    Audit    Committee    and    one    (1)    appointment member from each participating organization. Articles of Incorporation Bylaws

2018 Officers & Executive Board

Executive Board

Kris Barton (Secretary) Phil Bauer (1st VP) Tracy Geiss (At Large) Peggy Gablehouse (HR) Tim Kezele (President) Bruce Macdonald (Treas.) Pat Medveckus (2nd VP) Ted Ralston (Past Pres.)

2018 General Board Members

Stephanie Brooks Edale Clark Scott Dervaes  Norm Gannon Eric Geiss Claudia Jones Claudia Loy Dale Loy Jud Morris John Nichols Kirsten Roberts Mark Roberts Rick Sorrels Ed Taylor

Appointed Members*

Chris Quill, Boy Scouts Norman Brones, Fresh Food Revolution Jena Henak, KP Baptist Judy Mills, KP Hist Society Claudia Jones, KP Fire Dept Lou Mauk, KP Seniors Bruce Macdonald, KP News Laurie Austin, TWAA *Appointed Members with affiliate organizations do not vote on business before the Board, although their opinions and ideas are always welcome.
© Key Peninsula Civic Center Association 2017
Key Peninsula Civic Center

Board of Directors

The    Key    Peninsula    Civic    Center    is    a    non-profit organization   dedicated   to   promoting   the   welfare   of   the Key      Peninsula      community      and      citizens,      and encouraging     civic     consciousness     through     active participation   in   constructive   projects   that   will   improve the community. Mission:   "The   Key   Peninsula   Civic   Center   Association, through   its   facility   and   the   efforts   of   its   members, fosters   and   promotes   the   civic,   social,   cultural   and general well-being of the Key Peninsula community." The   Key   Peninsula   Civic   Center   Association   Board   of Directors   manages   and   directs   the   business   affairs, projects    and    facilities    of    the    civic    center.    They establish   and   maintain   a   set   of   rules   to   govern   the   use and maintenance of the civic center premises. The    board    consists    of    a    maximum    of    thirty    (30) elected   members,   inclusive   of   the   Audit   Committee and     one     (1)     appointment     member     from     each participating organization. Articles of Incorporation Bylaws

2018 Officers & Audit Committee Members

Keith Axelsen (At Large) Kris Barton (Secretary) Phil Bauer (1st VP) Tracy Geiss (At Large) Peggy Gablehouse (HR) Tim Kezele (President) Bruce Macdonald (Treasurer) Pat Medveckus (2nd VP) Ted Ralston (Past President)

2018 General Board Members

Stephanie Brooks Edale Clark Scott Dervaes Norm Gannon Eric Geiss Claudia Jones Claudia Loy Dale Loy Jud Morris Kirsten Roberts Mark Roberts Rick Sorrels Ed Taylor

Appointed Members*

Chris Quill, Boy Scouts Norman Brones, Fresh Food Revolution Jena Henak, KP Baptist Judy Mills, KP Hist Society Claudia Jones, KP Fire Dept Lou Mauk, KP Seniors Bruce Macdonald, KP News *Appointed Members with affiliate organizations do not vote on business before the Board, although their opinions and ideas are always welcome.