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SCCA Board of Directors Election Results

The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) has released its 2023 Board of Directors election results for four of its 13 geographic areas.

Lyn Hodges Watts of Silver Springs, FL, retained her seat as Area 3 director after running unopposed. Incumbent Dayle Frame of Dewitt, MI, also retained his seat as Area 4 director. David Vodden of Willows, CA, ran unopposed in Area 9, taking over for Charlie Davis as he concludes his final term later this year. Additionally, Peter Bollenbecker of San Diego, CA, will become Area 11 director after sitting board member Dale Shoemaker opted not to run for a second term.

The new Board of Directors members will officially take their seats on Jan. 1, 2024, the organization said. The full 2024 SCCA Board of Directors:

  •   Area 1 – Peter Schneider
  •   Area 2 – Robert Lee Crawford Jr.
  •   Area 3 – Lyn Hodges Watts
  •   Area 4 – Dayle Frame
  •   Area 5 – Peter Jankovskis
  •   Area 6 – Mark Weber
  •   Area 7 – KJ Christopher
  •   Area 8 – Clay Turner
  •   Area 9 – David Vodden
  •   Area 10 – Charles M. Dobbs Jr.
  •   Area 11 – Peter Bollenbecker
  •   Area 12 – Steve Strickland Jr.
  •   Area 13 – Jeff Zurschmeide

For more information: SCCA website.

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