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Feb 4, 2003

MARRC Announces 2003 Board Of Directors

From a press release issued by MARRC:<BR><BR>MARRC Announces Officers and Directors for 2003 <BR><BR>Tysons Corner, VA - - The Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Club (MARRC) announced its newly elected officers and board of directors for 2003 during its annual awards banquet in Tysons Corner, Virginia. <BR><BR>Wendy Leland, John Capen, and Randy Dalmas return as President, Vice-President, and Secretary, respectively. New board member Melinda Beggs begins her first term on the Board of Directors as the new Treasurer of the Club. Howard ‘Doc' Weiss remains on the board and steps down as Treasurer after a very fruitful 4-year tenure. Club officers are elected annually from within the seated board of directors. <BR><BR>The club officers are all former racers of one kind or another, and have proven very active in the racing community inside and outside of MARRC. <BR><BR>MARRC welcomes new board members Will Astle and Melinda Beggs. Will received honors last year as Cornerworker of the Year, and has become legendary as the head chef for MARRC workers during race weekends. Melinda Beggs is a former motorcycle racer, and leads the planning for many MARRC events and functions. Both are well-known fixtures at Summit Point Raceway. <BR><BR>The 2003 members of the MARRC Board of Directors are as follows: <BR>President Wendy Leland <BR>Vice-President John Capen <BR>Secretary Randy Dalmas <BR>Treasurer Melinda Beggs <BR>Will Astle <BR>David Back <BR>Rick Beggs <BR>Glen Ouye <BR>Howard Weiss <BR><BR>MARRC is dedicated to the advancement of motorcycle road racing. Established in 1983 as a not-for-profit, all-volunteer club to provide a trained and organized safety crew at Summit Point Raceway in West Virginia, it has expanded in membership and scope. The club boasts over 500 active members that include racers, cornerworkers, and racing enthusiasts. MARRC runs a nationally recognized safety crew, and a road racing school accredited by CCS and WERA. Last year, MARRC volunteers spent over 14,000 hours of service in the safety crew, road racing school, and racer support functions. <BR><BR>For more information, see the MARRC website at <BR><BR>Contact Information: <BR>Mid-Atlantic Roadracing Club <BR>P.O. Box 2292 <BR>Wheaton, MD 20915 <BR>301-441-9220 <BR>E-mail: <BR><BR><BR><BR>
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