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Seeking Our Next LPEP President: A Call for Nominations and Understanding the Role

As the sun sets on the tenure of our beloved President Mrs. Josie Crame, the LPEP community extends a heartfelt thank you for her unwavering commitment and visionary leadership.

She has presided over meetings with grace, overseen the diligent work of our officers and committee chairpersons, and stood as the official representative of LPEP at various events and district-related gatherings.

With Mrs. Crame's term coming to an end we are now seeking a new leader to fill her shoes and propel our organization into its next chapter. The role of the President is pivotal, encompassing a wide array of responsibilities that ensure the smooth operation and progression of LPEP.

The President's duties are extensive and critical for the success of our organization. They include:

  • Calling and presiding over all LPEP Board meetings and organization meetings.

  • Overseeing the work of the Officers and Committee Chairpersons, ensuring that each fulfills their responsibilities.

  • Serving as the official representative of LPEP at all district-related meetings and activities.

  • Retaining all official records and directing the affairs of the organization with the support of fellow Officers.

  • Ensuring meetings begin on time, maintaining a fair and positive environment, and declaring the results of votes.

  • Casting the deciding vote in the event of a tie during Board meetings.

  • Reviewing information and materials from the previous President to stay informed and prepared.

  • Holding Board meetings as necessary to discuss and distribute material.

  • Delegating administrative duties as necessary and serving as an "ex officio" member of all committees, except the Nominating Committee.

  • Coordinating with Officers and Committee Chairpersons to ensure meeting details are ready as planned.

  • Working with the Recording Secretary to set agendas for Board and general membership meetings.

  • Signing orders or vouchers and co-signing LPEP checks with the Treasurer.

  • Notifying banks and government entities of new Board contact information.

This role is not just about leadership; it's about fostering a community and guiding LPEP with a steady hand and a collaborative spirit.

📢 We are now opening the floor for nominations for the next President of LPEP. If you know someone who embodies the qualities of leadership, dedication, and strategic vision needed to uphold these responsibilities, we encourage you to nominate them by February 29 using our dedicated nomination form.

The future of our organization depends on your participation!

Remember, the voting will take place on March 6 during our next meeting. Don't miss your chance to help shape the future of LPEP.

For any questions or further clarification, please reach out to Let's join together to welcome new leadership and continue our journey with enthusiasm and dedication.

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