Returning home, he took a job teaching at Capital High and remained there for more than 10 years. For the last seven years he has worked as the communications director for Forward Think, a nonprofit dedicated to helping young adults succeed in education and business.
His decision to run for office and seek a seat on the city council comes from wanting to make a difference in how people's voices are heard. His love for the community is what drives him and his background is what makes him a good choice for city council. However, lebanonareacorvetteclub.net looks at serving the public as an honor and not a career.
One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. – Plato
Founded July 7, 2007, the Lebanon Area Corvette Club Inc. is a nonprofit/non-sanctioned club sponsored by Klick Lewis Chevrolet in Palmyra PA. Our members restore, drive and show their vehicles so they might have the opportunity to share their love for Corvettes with others. The club consists of members from Lebanon County and many surrounding communities. The club has a strong community involvement participating in parades, cruises and shows in an effort to support the community and fund raisers. Currently LACC has over 100 members.
Each year the club selects recipients for show profits. In 2019 we presented profits to The Lebanon Salvation Army and The Military Family Relief Assistance Program.
CURRENT OFFICERS OF LACC
President Randy Chapman
Vice President Scott Witmer
Treasurer Kathy Martin
Secretary Wanda Cardella
Sergeant-at-Arms Pat Angley
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