Welcome, New and Returning Local Agency Members in 2006

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Welcome, New and Returning Local Agency Members in 2006


Terry Barley

Director

Cumberland County Office of Aging and Community Services

Carlisle, Pa.

Carlisle was settled in 1751 and incorporated in 1782. The city's Dickinson College was chartered in 1783, just a few days after the American Revolution ended with the treaty of Paris as the first college in the new United States of America.

Patrick Carney

Director

Kent County Department of Social Services

Chestertown, Md.

Kent County is well known for its spring beauty with flowering dogwoods and cherry trees and for its antiques.

Laura Carothers

Director

Monroe County Department of Human Services

Aberdeen, Miss.

Famous blues musician Bukka White, originally named Booker T. Washington White, was said to have been born in Aberdeen in 1902.

Diane Gordy

Director

Frederick County Department of Social Services

Frederick, Md.

Frederick is known for its historic sites and Civil War heritage and proximity to Gettysburg, Antietam Battlefield, and Harpers Ferry.

Linda Haugan

Director

San Bernardino County Human Services System

San Bernardino, Calif.

One of the most famous landmarks in the Inland Empire is the Arrowhead, located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains directly above the City of San Bernardino.

Lloyd Malone

Director

Teller County Department of Social Services

Woodland Park, Colo.

You will find the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resources Center in this city, with the highest mountain in the United States nearby, Pikes Peak.

Ross Marcus

Director

Northampton County Department of Human Services

Easton, Pa.

With the completion of the Lehigh Canal in 1829, Easton became the center for industry, manufacturing, commerce, and culture at the Forks of the Delaware and along the great rail lines. …

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