Billings Family YMCA elects board

2014-04-20T00:00:00Z 2014-04-25T14:27:06Z Billings Family YMCA elects board The Billings Gazette
April 20, 2014 12:00 am

Scott Black has joined the Billings Family YMCA board of directors for 2014. Black is the president and CEO of Valley Farmers Supply (formerly Farmers Union Oil Co.) in Worden. Other officers elected to new leadership positions on the Y board include: Greg Ando, chief volunteer officer; Erika Willis, vice chair; and Bill Gottwals, treasurer. The other current members of the YMCA board are Matt Brosovich, Ryan Brosseau, Jennifer Corning, Karen Costello, Stella Fong, Ed Garding, Jennifer Haarr, Rodd Hamman, Lisa Harmon, Devan Hoiness, Charles Peterson and Randy Scott.

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