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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County announces four new board members

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County (RTSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of four new board members.

“The staff and current board of RTSC are happy to welcome new board members Karen Carling, Environmental Scientist with Aztech Technologies, Ed Larkin, Project Engineer with Chazen Companies, Jason C. Lee, Community Service Rep with Home Instead Senior Care and Ellen Skeele, Business Development Professional, said Michelle Larkin, Executive Director of RTSC. 

New board members always bring new energy, new skills and a new perspective to an organization. We look forward to working with these dynamic new directors.” New officers elected  in January are President, Paula Lomasney, Information Technologies, Vice President, Dave Blair of Schultz Construction Co, Treasurer, Paul von Schenk and Secretary, Michael Tuck of Balzer Tuck Architecture. Rounding out the board of directors is Jesse Boucher, Kodiak Construction, Matt Coseo, Saratoga County DA Office, Jacqui Harris, Saratoga Hospital, Barbara Mitchell, FingerPaint Marketing, Lisa Mitzen, Paragon Home Loans and Deb Van De Mar, SEFCU Bank. 

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County is a non-profit organization with a mission to bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need. This ensures that low-income homeowners, particularly older adults, people living with a disability and families with children, live in warmth, safety and independence. An affiliate of the national organization, Rebuilding Together Saratoga County programs provide opportunities for local community involvement. For more information, visit or call 587-3315.


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