LPCTV Annual Meeting and Board Elections Will Be Held on June 25

Community Members Invited to Participate & Vote

LPCTV is holding its Annual Meeting at 7pm on Thursday, June 25th at its facility in the Ludlow Community Center Complex. The agenda will include a tour of the improvements made to the facility this past year, a “State of the Station” report, voting on the Board of Directors elections, as well as a vote on the annual budget.

LPCTV is a non-profit community television station and media center serving the Towns of Ludlow, Plymouth, Cavendish, and Mount Holly. The station operates Channels 8 and 10 locally on the Comcast cable TV system (Ch 20 and 21 in Mt. Holly). Those residing in the service area are encouraged to participate in the process, by voting for the Board of Directors and / or attending the Annual Meeting.

This year, community members will elect up to 6 candidates to the Board. Running for re-election are Sharon Bixby, Fra DeVine, Chris Saylor, and George Thomson. Joining them on the ballot are Lou Krefski from Ludlow and Don Richardson from Mt. Holly. For those who cannot attend the meeting but wishing to vote in the elections, the ballot is now available. There are several ways for community members to obtain a copy of the ballot. They may request a copy by calling LPCTV at 228-8808 or emailing Executive Director Patrick Cody at pcody@lpctv.org. A copy may also be picked up in person at LPCTV during regular business hours, or downloaded from LPCTV’s website – www.lpctv.org. Ballots must be received prior to the start of the Annual Meeting.

For those interested in attending the LPCTV meeting, light refreshments will be served. RSVPs are requested.  For more information, visit LPCTV online at LPCTV.org.

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