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WHTA Nominating Committee Releases Potential Officers And Directors

Released from the WHTA

Dear W. H.T.A. Member:

Our 2015 Nominating Committee is composed of

Ross Campbell, Chairman, Scotty Brooks and Link Webb.  

The slate of officers and directors that have been chosen for your 

consideration are listed below:


PRESIDENT:  Billy Young

1st VP:  Bill Cantrell

2nd VP: Jamie Hankins


Herbert Derickson

Brandye Mills

Dale Watts

(Four positions will be filled)


The Directors whose terms expire on December 31,

2015, are Wayne Dean, Brandye Mills, Philip Trimble and Dale Watts.


Section 8 of the By-Laws provides:  At the annual 

meeting, any member may nominate from the floor a candidate 

for any office to be filled.


Our next scheduled General Membership meeting is 

FRIDAY, December 4, 2015 at the WHTA Headquarters at 11:00 AM. 


**Board of Directors meeting begins at 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Renewal of Trainers License/Membership will begin at 9:30 am – 10:30 am

and General Membership & Election meeting will begin at 11:00 am .**  

Meetings will be held at the OLD W.H.T.A. Headquarters, 

1101 N. Main St., Shelbyville, Tennessee.


W.H.T.A. OFFICE •P.O. Box 61•Shelbyville, TN  37162

Phone:  931/ 684-5866 • Fax:  931/ 684-5895

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