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Rodanthe-Waves-Salvo Civic Association holds annual meeting

Picture Credit: L-R: Superintendent Hallac, Wayne Codding, “Keeper James”, Chairman Bob Woodard. Taken by MaryHelen Goodloe-Murphy Association members…

Picture Credit: L-R: Superintendent Hallac, Wayne Codding, “Keeper James”, Chairman Bob Woodard. Taken by MaryHelen Goodloe-Murphy

Association members and attendees at Rodanthe-Waves-Salvo Civic Association Annual Meeting enjoyed the updates and a lively 25 minutes of question and answers with Bob Woodard, Chairman, Dare County Commissioners and Dave Hallac, District Superintendent National Park Service. A social preceded the meeting held at the Rodanthe Community Center on June 24.

Pictured is “Keeper James” (author James Charlet, http://www.keeperjames.com ) presenting Woodard and Hallac a signed copy of his book “Shipwrecks of the Outer Banks” assisted by retiring President Wayne Codding.

The Officers and Directors of the Association reported on their activities during the year.

Incoming President Tom Amatucci shared the success of the Association’s latest project a Villages map highlighting the local business support of our Villages. John Havel, Graphic Designer and Hatteras Lighthouse historian (https://news.uslhs.org/2020/12/09/light-hearted-special-edition-cape-hatteras-nc-150th-anniversary-bett-padgett-and-john-havel/) , was recognized for his many contributions to the Association and Villages including the design and launch of the Association’s new website https://www.rwscivicassociation.org

Association members present elected the officers and directors for the upcoming year.

Officers elected were Tom Amatucci, President; Tim Fitch, Vice President; Mark Strausbaugh, Treasurer; Polly Moffatt, Secretary. Directors elected were Aida Havel, Stacie Loizeaux, Bertie Midgett, Gene Stoel and Eric Braojos who will be joining the continuing Directors:  Joanne Mason, Mary Helen Goodloe-Murphy and Meredith Doyle. Chandra Rutledge continues as Facebook Coordinator and Wayne Codding became Membership Chairman

Membership is open to all residents and property owners of Rodanthe, Waves and Salvo. Membership Renewals as well as Applications for new members is available on www.rwscivicassociation.org and on the RWS FACEBOOK page.

There are many opportunities to serve your community through the RWS Civic Association. If interested in serving your community, please contact RWSCivicAssociation@gmail.com to receive additional information.

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