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VOLUME I NO. 5
WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
May 27. 1969
NEW SGA OFFICERS
Student Government Association Elections
were held May 19, 1969. The results are
as follows: President, John Sullivan;
Secretary, Mary Frances Taylor; and
Treasurer, Linda Price Goodwin. In a run
off decision held on May 21, 1969, Mike
Powell was elected as Vice President.
The duties are given in the SGA
Constitution for each office."The
President shall preside over the Student
Council; shall appoint all committee
chairmen; shall assume membership ex
officio, in all committees; shall take the
leadership in initiating desirable legis
lation and amending or abolishing undesir
able rules and regulations; shall act as
intermediary between the Student Govern
ment Association and the Administration.
He shall act as Chairman of the Executive
Committee and of the President's Cabinet.
He shall have the power to call meetings
of the Student Council.
"The Vice-President shall serve in the
place of the President in his absence and
shall take over all his duties. In the
event that the President is unable to
complete his term the Vice-President shall
assume the office of President. In addi
tion, the Vice-President shall be the
Chairman of the Elections Committee.
"The Secretary shall preserve written
records of general and special meetings of
the Student Council, of the Executive
Committee, and the President's Cabinet.
The secretary shall carry on coresponde-
nce of the Student Government Association
and shall post notices concerning actions
of the association of general interest to
the students. At the end of the Spring
quarter, the minutes books shall be filed
by the secretary in the school office.
"The Treasurer shall have charge of all
money and shall deposit the same in the
central business office, shall keep a
record of expenditures and receipts and
make a report of the finances at each
meeting of the Council."
The Council Members elected^ere John
Turner and Dan Tomilson for Engineering;
Robert Good and Leonard Cox for Mechanical
Vocations; James Ward, Jimmie Turner, and
Ken Brown for College Parallel; Peggy
Haller for Health Occupations;Larry Stump,
Joe Covington, and Billy Callow for Agric
ulture and Biology; and Ester Goodman,
Paula Anderson, and Deborah Allen for
John Sullivan stated, "I want to be
YOUR President; to do so, I need your
support and interest. We want next year
to be the best year Wayne Community
College has ever had and want to see more
students involved in school activities.
In this way, we can instill pride in our
college. Thank you for your support in
the election, and I welcome your help in
the coming year."