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Five join Boys & Girls Club board of directors

Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany serve 675 youth daily by offering leadership, guidance and skill development to its members.

Ken Boler (Special photo)

Ken Boler (Special photo)

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John Inman IV (Special photo)

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Stuart Sinyard (Special photo) 2-5-14

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Mike Morrison (Special photo) 2-5-14

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Selena Wingfield (Special photo)

ALBANY — Boys & Girls Club of Albany has installed five new members to its corporate board of directors.

The new board members include Ken Boler, general sales manager at The Albany Herald; John Inman IV, financial advisor at Raymond James & Associates; Mike Morrison, chief meteorologist at Fox 31 WFXL-TV, Stuart Sinyard, vice president of Adams Exterminators, and Selena Wingfield, retired librarian for Dougherty County Public Library.

“We are pleased to welcome these distinguished leaders to our Boys & Girls Clubs family,” said Ed Deming, chief professional officer of the organization. “We are grateful to the individuals and organizations who give their time, talent and passion to make bright futures possible for our kids.”

Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany serve 675 youth daily by offering leadership, guidance and skill development to its members.