Boy Scout Council elects new officers
The Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America elected its new slate of officers and board members at its annual meeting .
Ken Libby, President of Stowe Realty was elected President and will serve a two year term.
Other officers elected were:
Bernie Isabelle – Underhill - President of Vermont Federal Credit Union – Executive Vice President
Tom Koch – State Representative Barre – Vice President of Operations
Judge Walter Morris – Lyndonville - Vice President of Program
Dr. Stacie Morgan – Northfield - Vice President of Strategic Planning
Dave McAllister Morrisville – Clinical Case Manager – Laraway Youth and Family Services - Council Commissioner
Charles Love (retired) Essex Junction – Vice President of District Operations
Retired Judge Paul Hudson – Springfield – Past President
Bill Nunamacher – Laconia, NH – Retired – National BSA Representative
Elise Roessler – Barton – Vice President of Relationships
John Stevens – Northfield – Norwich University – Vice President of Properties
Matt Wilcox – Richmond - CPA – Northern Power – Treasurer
The Green Mountain Councils serves all counties in the state of Vermont and is headquartered in Waterbury. The Council serves over 3500 youth in over 100 communities through local Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout troops and co-ed Venturing Crews. Its core values include teaching and instilling in young people; character development, citizenship training and personal fitness.