by Juan Chavez
It was a distinct privilege and honor to have served as your Chapter President for the past six years. The chapter experienced a major transformation during that period, morphing from a wavering organization on the cusp of collapse, to one of the strongest in our state. I attribute our rebirth to the interest, support, and contributions of most of our members. Special thanks to those who served on the board of directors and other leadership positions during my three administrations. Their concern for the future of our chapter coupled with their dedication to its mission was what really made the difference. I (we) owe them a huge debt of gratitude for walking the talk, “Never Stop Serving.”
My best wishes to our new president, Ira Watkins and his leadership team for continued success as they lead our chapter forward.