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Gary Moore

has been elected president of Providence Community Health Foundation's board of directors.

Moore is vice president of Cascade Wood Products in White City.

Other officers elected to the board included: Lyn Hennion

of Strand-Atkinson Williams & York, vice president; Ray Cox

of Paine Webber, secretary; Hank O'Dougherty

of Professional Tool Manufacturing, treasurer.

Other members of the foundation's executive committee include Scott Morris, Mary Lou Stallcup, Larry Boeck

and Chuck Wright

.

Michele Console

has been promoted to manager of the Jackson Travel-American Express Ashland branch, 525 E. Main St.

Console, a native of Italy, has been in the travel industry 35 years, including five as director of the American Express Travel office in San Francisco. He may be reached at 488-0333.

Michael Morgan

and Kemble Doan

have joined the staff of accounting firm Kosmatka, Donnelly & Co.

Morgan will serve as staff supervisor. He was president of Morgan & Co. PC, CPAs, in Alaska for 20 years and served as chairman of the board for Anchorage Telephone Utility. He graduated Idaho State University in 1978.

Doan will serve as a staff accountant. He previously worked at Bear Creek Corp. and graduated Southern Oregon University with an accounting degree and a certificate in applied finance and economics in 1998.

Sib Farrell, Donna Imhausen

and Sue Sorem

have been elected to the board of Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southern Oregon.

Farrell is director of career services at Southern Oregon University. Imhausen is escrow manager at Amerititle. Sorem is director of human resources at Providence Medford Medical Center.

CCCS provides free money management and debt reduction counseling and education.

Dale Havniear

has joined the staff of Town and Country Regional Truck Center as a commercial truck specialist.

Havniear, a Medford native, will assist business owners in Southern Oregon and northern California in meeting their commercial truck needs.

Candace Bartow

has been appointed executive director of the Girl Scouts of Winema Council, which covers eight counties in Southern Oregon and northern California.

Bartow has over 40 years experience with the Girl Scouts. She is the former mayor of Grants Pass and has lived in the Rogue Valley for most of the past 30 years. She previously worked with Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development Inc., the Rogue Valley Civic League and the Jackson/Josephine Regional Strategies Board.

George Riste

has joined the staff of Valley of the Rogue Bank as an assistant vice president and commercial loan officer.

He has more than six years of banking experience and more than 15 years credit and sales experience.

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