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Online Voting for ASHA Board of Directors Open Until November 30



ASHA Board of Directors voting is open to all 2016 ASHA Life, Contributing, Senior, and Charter Club Affiliate members over the age of 18. Members may vote online for up to five candidates by logging in with their ASHA credentials. Complete biographies for each candidate are available for review at the online site. Online voting will be open until WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2016.

Paper ballots have also been mailed to all eligible members, for those who prefer to vote by mail. Biographical information on all candidates is included in the mailing. Paper ballots must be received in the ASHA Office no later than WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2016. Paper ballots will also contain proxies for the 2017 ASHA Annual Meeting. These should be returned by mail to the ASHA Office any time prior to the Annual Meeting held during the UPHA Convention in New Orleans on January 19.

The ASHA Board is honored to present a qualified group of individuals with strong American Saddlebred backgrounds, as well as complimentary business and marketing skills. The slate is as follows:

  • Todd Graham, Ona, WV
  • Robert Griffin, Minooka, IL
  • Scott Hagan, Louisville, KY
  • Emily Lee, Versailles, KY
  • Joan Lurie, Simpsonville, KY
  • David Mount, Simpsonville, KY
  • Evan Orr, Greensboro, NC
  • Susan Shepherd, Paris, KY
  • Dr. Owen Weaver, Roanoke, VA

The following current ASHA Directors’ terms will expire in January 2017: Bret Day (KY), Bob Funkhouser (MA), and Tandy Patrick (KY) are completing their second term and are therefore not eligible to serve again.

For further information contact:
Bill Whitley
ASHA Executive Director
4083 Iron Works Parkway
Lexington, KY 40511

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