New Officers Elected to Family Pantry of Cape Cod Board of Directors

Two youth directors also come aboard...
Newly elected officers to the Family Pantry Board, Treasurer John DeVito, President Terri Barron, Secretary Toni London and Vice President Matthew Kelley. (Deb DeCosta photo)

The Family Pantry is pleased to announce the newly elected officers and youth directors.

Terri Barron steps up as President; Matt Kelley as Vice President, John DeVito is the new treasurer and Toni London takes over as Secretary.

A heartfelt thanks to outgoing officers Susan Adsit, President, Lorraine Cowhey, Vice President, Leo Dunphy, Treasurer and Larry Lyford, Secretary as they turn over the reins to the new officers.

We also welcome two new youth directors; Bailey Rose and Lucy Pollock, both rising seniors from Nauset Regional High School. Current youth director Lilee Merl is off to George Washington University and we wish her all of the best.  

The members of the  board 2018-19 Susan Adsit, Terri Barron, Allan Campbell, Lorraine Cowhey, Debra DeCosta, John DeVito, Leo Dunphy, Kent Farrenkopf, Judy Frallicciardi, Matthew Kelley, Toni London, Larry Lyford, Craig Morong, Lucy Pollock, Nancy Poor, Priscilla, Rose Bailey, Richard Roy and Ralph Smith.

We welcome the new board  of directors and officers. We look forward to the talent that they will add to the board.

Interested in additional information about The Family Pantry of Cape Cod? Check out our web site at www.thefamilypantry.com like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and connect with us on Linkedin. The Pantry’s location is 133 Queen Anne Road, Harwich MA 02645


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