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Three new directors elected to Renfrew board

August 10, 2010

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Three new directors have been elected to the board of Renfrew Institute for Cultural and Environmental Studies in Waynesboro.

o Dave Secor of Chambersburg, Pa., attended the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Wilkes College and the Pennsylvania State Police Academy, and holds a degree in police management from Northwestern University Traffic Institute. He also earned Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and Chartered Financial Planner (ChFP) designations from The American College. Secor served 25 years in the Pa. State Police, retiring in 1997, and was then employed in the financial field. He was elected Franklin County treasurer in 2005, a position he still holds. Secor hopes to serve the institute as an ambassador to the Chambersburg area.

o Maugansville resident Phil Kelly holds a bachelor's degree and MBA from Shippensburg (Pa.) University. His career has included various positions at Allegheny Power, 11 years in public affairs for Citicorp and most recently, two years at MEC Inc., an electrical construction company. Kelly owns Millennium 3 Energy, specializing in energy solutions and bringing solar photovoltaic to the area in commercial and residential settings. He is a member of the American Solar Energy Society and the Potomac RegionSolar Energy Association. Kelly has held numerous board and leadership positions in Washington County, Md., and hopes to build connections for the institute within its Maryland service area.

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o Rochelle Barvinchack, a resident of the Shippensburg area, earned a bachelor of science degree and a master's degree in geo-environmental studies from Shippensburg University. She is a planner with the Franklin County Planning Department, with a focus on conservation, agricultural preservation, recycling and land-use planning. Barvinchack said she plans to promote the institute and its services so students of all levels can benefit from its many programs.

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