ABOUT the CENTRAL DISTRICT
The Council of Vice Presidents General as defined in SAR Bylaw No. 20, Section 1(b), is composed of all 15 of the incumbent Vice Presidents General. The function of the Council is to provide:
a platform from which to advise the President General and Executive Committee
a structured means of transmitting information, data, and concerns between the National Society and the leadership of the State Societies
a forum from which practices, programs, and issues can be shared between leadership from different Districts; and,
orientation, including review of responsibilities, duties, and protocol, to incoming Vice Presidents General prior to their installation.
The Central District, created in 1949, was led initially by Fred I. Willis - its first VP General. It has provided a vital service in coordinating the efforts of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia as they work in support of the National SAR goals and objectives.
To see a list of the Central District VPGs click HERE.
To see the Central District By-Laws click HERE. (Rev 2013)
The Mentorship Program created by the Central District has established these goals:
1. Provide one-to-one leadership and coaching to a new member, ensuring they are welcomed into the chapter in a positive and supportive manner
2. Capture the energy of the new member and apply that to the area(s) they are most interested in
Periodically throughout the year the District will define additional projects/programs and goals as it deems necessary. There will be presented here along with supporting documentation and forms as needed.
Vice President General ... John A. Turley
Secretary ... James H. Frey
Treasurer ... Mark LaFrance
Chaplin ... open
Color Guard Commander ... Edward Cromley
Surgeon ... open
Dist. Historian ... Elwin Spray
Webmaster ... Lance Beebe
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