Conservation league elects new officers

After three years as president of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League, Michael Amonett is stepping down. His successor is Phil Levin of Hampton Hills.

Other new officers are: Alicia Quintans of Beckley Club Estates, secretary; Annmarie Winston of Kings Highway, treasurer; Michele Cox of Kessler Plaza, executive vice president; Sherry Peel of Kessler Park, vice president for neighborhoods; Judy Pollack of Oak Park Estates, vice president for membership; Lybo Buchanan of Kings Highway, vice president for communications; and Michael Amonett of Sunset Hill, past president.

By |2012-01-10T15:27:15-05:00January 10th, 2012|News, Nonprofits and Volunteers|2 Comments

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  1. Phil Leven January 13, 2012 at 9:55 AM

    Michael will still be very much involved as Past President.  We’re looking forward to working together on several projects already.  But – he’s not sorry to be getting a much-deserved rest! 

  2. Rhonda January 12, 2012 at 7:02 PM

    I will miss Michael–he has done a superior job!

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