(Washington, D.C., May 1, 2013) - The National Club Association recently held its annual board meeting in Boca Raton, Fla., where it elected the board officers.
The new lineup of officers includes, Thomas Gaston, Jr., CCM of The Pacific-Union Club in San Francisco, Calif., as the new NCA Chairman, with Kirk O. Reese, CCM of The Los Angeles Country Club, serving as the new Vice Chairman. Samuel Bell, Jr. of The California Club in Los Angeles, Calif., maintained his position as Treasurer, and Philip R. Kiester of The Country Club of Virginia in Richmond was elected as the new Secretary.
Also, Michael J. Bates of the National Republican Club of Capitol Hill was elected to the board of directors for a three-year term.
The NCA Foundation, the charitable arm of the National Club Association, also held its annual meeting in Boca Raton, Fla., this past April, where it elected Stephen Ready, VCT, to the board and re-elected members to three-year terms, including:
- David Chag, The Country Club
- Michael Hardy, Canterbury Golf Club
- Douglas Howe, Century Golf Arnold Palmer Golf Management
- Brian Kroh, Johns Island Club
- Kevin Reilly, PB Mares
- Joseph Beditz, National Golf Foundation
- Daniel Denehy, Denehy – Club Thinking Partners
The NCA Foundation reelected its officers, Jeffrey McFadden, CCM, CCE, of The Union League of Philadelphia as the board chairman, David Voorhees, CCM, CCE, of Big Canyon Country Club as the vice president, and Kevin Reilly of PB Mares as its secretary/treasurer.
For more than 50 years, the National Club Association (NCA), a Washington, D.C.-based trade association, has served as the primary advocate for private clubs, representing their interests on Capitol Hill, in the regulatory agencies, in the statehouses and in the courthouses. In addition, NCA serves as an invaluable resource for professional and volunteer club leaders, providing resources on industry trends, legislative and regulatory issues, governance best practices, operational issues, and ways to strengthen club leadership through its publications and educational programs. For more information on NCA, visit www.nationalclub.org.
About the NCA Foundation
The NCA Foundation is the National Club Association's charitable arm and funds critical trends studies and underwrites educational programs and research. Established in 1993, the NCA Foundation seeks to prepare clubs and the club industry for the future by assessing significant developments in the world around them and providing effective solutions to help clubs and their leaders respond. For more information, visit www.ncafoundation.org.