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Thorne leads in Greencastle-Antrim School Board race

November 09, 2005|by BONNIE H. BRECHBILL

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A local dentist taking his first stab at politics received the most votes in Tuesday's race for the Greencastle-Antrim school board.

G. William Thorne, 53, of 168 S. Washington St. received 1,904 votes, according to complete but unofficial returns.

Daniel Fisher, 49, of 2135 Castlegreen Drive, also making his first run for office, received an unofficial 1,790 votes. The president of D.L. Martin Co. in Mercersburg, Pa., Fisher finished the unexpired term of a former board member before running for a four-year seat.

Also winning four-year terms to the nine-member-school board were Michael Shindle, 41, of 4439 Williamson Road, who works in the Penn State Mont Alto maintenance department, and Charles McClain, 47, 4225 Fletcher Drive, the director of the Regional Printing Institute and a teacher at James Rumsey Technical Institute in Hedgesville, W.Va.

School board members are not paid.

Shindle also received 1,554 votes to Teresa Rainey's 1,026 for the two-year seat on the board.

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All results were complete, with all five precincts in Antrim Township and two in Greencastle reporting, but unofficial.

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