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Smart Start Of New Hanover County Board Of Directors Approves Officers

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Jul 31, 2018
Smart Start of New Hanover County Board of Directors has approved its new officers, according to a news release.
 
The board of directors approved Khadijia Tribie as president, Justin Lewis as vice president, Betty Clark as treasurer and Meredith Jones as secretary.

The board also approved new and second-term members for a three-year term, which runs July  through June 2021. Those board members are Ken Sarvis, Justin Lewis, Bernie Baker, Jennifer Varella, Lisa Trotta, Mary Cato, Meredith Jones, Diane Pappayliou and Ashlye Hernandez.
 
Smart Start of New Hanover County holds board of directors meetings at the Smart Start office at 3534-F South College Road. All meetings are open to the public.

The scheduled meeting date for the full board this year is Sept. 25, and dates next year are Jan. 22, March 26, and June 25.
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