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Boardman Civic Association Elects New Officers

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BOARDMAN, Ohio – Meg Harris, community support and trauma supervisor with Alta Behavioral Healthcare, has been elected president of Boardman Civic Association. She succeeds former Boardman schools Superintendent Frank Lazzieri.

Elected vice president is George Farris, founder and CEO of Farris Marketing. Treasurer is Jeff Barone, a financial adviser in the Canfield office of Morgan Stanley and a member of the Boardman Board of Education. And secretary is Mark Luke, executive director of Mahoning Valley Mediation Services.

The civic association has adopted “We’re Working Together, Making Boardman Better” as its theme and introduced a new logo, Harris said. It also launched a new website, BoardmanCivic.com.

Goals for 2017 are increasing membership and promoting attendance at its four annual events.

Over the course of each year, the association presents its community service award, gives scholarships to seniors at Boardman High School to help them with college expenses, holds a forum where candidates for public office can present their platforms and holds a community update night to brief residents of its accomplishments of the previous 12 months.

Pictured: The newly elected Boardman Civic Association officers are, from left, Secretary Mark Luke, President Meg Harris, Treasurer Jeff Barone and Vice President George Farris.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.