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Zonta ABC Installs New Leaders

UPublish story by Karen Brubaker, Zonta ABC Membership Chair

Zonta ABC Installs New Leaders 2014-16
Zonta ABC installs new leaders: from left, new Zonta ABC President Debbie Casanova, VP Lana Bascetta, Treasurer Patti Noussias, Secretary Pam Brewer, and Directors-at-Large Yvette McMillan, Karen Brubaker & Jennie Nicol-Bailey

The Zonta Club of Akron, Barberton & Cuyahoga Falls has inducted its 2014-2016 officers.

The officers are: President Debbie Casanova, branch manager of Charter One Bank, retired; Vice President, Lana Bascetta of United Disabilities Services; Secretary, Pamela Brewer, Charter One executive assistant, retired, and Treasurer, Patti Noussias, Mary Kay Cosmetics consultant.

Directors-at-Large are Karen Brubaker, an independent distributor for Vollara International, and Jennie Nicol-Bailey, the retired assistant manager of Holiday House Travel Bureau. Yvette McMillan, Harvest Home director at Haven of Rest Ministries, was elected to serve out a vacant 2014-2015 term.

Meetings resume in September and will be held at 6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at Fairlawn Country Club.

The Zonta Club of Akron, Barberton & Cuyahoga Falls is a service organization that was chartered on April 25, 1952, as the local chapter of Zonta International, a global organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. The Zonta ABC Foundation is a 501(c)(3).

Further information is available at www.zonta-abc.org and www.zonta.org.


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