NALF Nominating Committee Slates Board Candidates for 2023Mon, 01 Aug 2022 12:55:23 CDT
The NALF Nominating Committee, chaired by Curt Wieczorek has slated two new candidates for the 2023 NALF Board of Directors to serve their first three-year term. George Hubbard of Welch, Okla. and Mark Haden of Rogersville, Mo. The Nominating Committee has also slated three re-up candidates to serve their second three-year term: Austin Hager of Karlsruhe N.D.; Jay Wilder of Snook, Texas; and Bart Mitchell of Boscobell, Wisc. Any candidates who were not slated by the Nominating Committee and had expressed interest to the committee by July 15 can qualify as a candidate at large with 15 qualifying member signatures to the NALF office no later than September 1.
A. All prospective candidates must express their interest to the Nominating Committee by July 15 each year, and if the committee does not slate those interested persons, supporters then may add their candidates’ names to the ballot via the at-large nomination process. (effective beginning with the 2010-2011 election cycle).
B. To qualify as a candidate-at-large, the candidate must have at least 15 qualifying signatures from lifetime, founder or active annual members on either the petition style form available on the NALF web site or 15 individual qualifying letters of support from lifetime, founder or active annual members, or a combination thereof to be received in the NALF office no later than September 1.
For more information on the North American Limousin Foundation or to find a Limousin or Lim-Flex breeder in your area, contact Mallory Blunier at 303-220-1693, ext. 61, or visit www.NALF.org
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