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The Lawson Center thanks Bill Locke

September 2, 2017
Westfield Republican

BEMUS POINT - Bill Locke, of Dewittville, N.Y. and Charlotte, N.C.. has completed his current term as a Trustee of The Lawson Center in Bemus Point. Bill was one of the founders of The Lawson Center and has worked tirelessly to make it a success.

Bill originally served the Center as Membership Chairman and Secretary/Treasurer. Most recently as Grants Chairman, he was instrumental in establishing positive relationships with key funding sources. His involvement with several critical projects at The Lawson Center were invaluable as TLC worked to fulfill it's mission as a museum. There is no question that Bill's communication and leadership skills were critical to the ongoing success of TLC. His most recent project was to champion The Lawson Center scholarship program which awarded two scholarships this year to sailing students at Jamestown Community College.

TLC President David Bargar commented, "Bill Locke is one of our founding fathers and we are so grateful for his help and wise counsel all these years. He has always been involved with local charities and organizations. The Lawson Center was indeed fortunate that Bill chose to spend so much of his valuable time with us. It is our sincere hope that Bill will rejoin our board at a future time."

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David Bargar (president of TLC) is pictured congratulating Bill Locke.

 
 
 

 

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