The Durham Agricultural Fair Association holds 2014 Annual Meeting

Executive Committee
Executive Committee

The Durham Agricultural Fair Association held its annual meeting at Coginchaug Regional High School on Thursday evening December 11th. Among the highlights of the annual meeting was the election of the 2014 Slate of newly elected officers and volunteers.  As President for a 2nd term,  Daniel Miramant congratulated all who were re-elected and recognized all who opted to continue the Fair tradition of volunteering  for the 2014 season. “There is a great deal of momentum to continue to build upon given the success of our 2013 season. We will continue to focus on Agriculture as the overall theme of our great Fair with continued emphasis on enhancing the experience of our Fairgoer for the 2014 season.”

The following is a list of the 2014 Durham Agricultural Fair Association Executive Committee and their respective departments.

President - Daniel Miramant

First Vice President - John LaPointe

Second Vice President - Karen Conway

Secretary - Karin Thody

Assistant Secretary - Carol Schilling

Associate Secretary - Kim Davis

Treasurer - Len Baginski

Assistant Treasurer - Jason Camassar

Associate Treasurer - Pat Boord

Coordinator Administrative Services - Bill Currlin

Coordinator Directors - Norm Hicks

Coordinator Education - Emily Annino

Coordinator Entertainment - Wendy Manemeit

Coordinator Livestock Exhibits - Kathy Robinson

Coordinator Maintenance - Hans Pedersen

Coordinator Marketing - Debbie Huscher

Coordinator Personal Skills - Kim Terrill

Coordinator Plant Science - Dianna Dixey

Coordinator Public Safety - Joe Davenport

Coordinator Revenue - Melissa DiVito

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