Whidbey Golf Club board names new officers

Whidbey Golf Club’s board of trustees met Nov. 30 and elected new officers and jobs for 2019.

Elected were: John Geragotelis, president; Dave Acton, vice president; Mike Prewitt, treasurer; Steve Richardson, secretary; and Mike Prewitt was elected as the alternate.

The Finance Committee will consist of chairman Mike Prewitt, alternate being chairwoman Pam Glach; Golf Activities Committee will be chaired by Jeff Waller, alternate Steve Richardson; Greens and Grounds Committee will be chaired by Bill Johnson, alternate Dave Acton; House Committee will be chaired by Pam Glach, alternate Bill Johnson; and Membership Committee will be chaired by Steve Richardson, alternate Jeff Waller.

The president also appointed a special committee to create a Capital Expense Plan: chair Dave Acton and members Pam Glach and Jeff Waller. The new committee will begin its work immediately.

If anyone is interested in serving on this special committee, they should contact Dave Acton at oakharbor4actons@comcast.net.

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