FISHERTOWN — Two board members at the Chestnut Ridge School District were recognized Tuesday for their years of service to the board.

Board members Jim Dull and Mark Diehl were presented with certificates from the Pennsylvania School Boards Association to recognize each of them for each for eight years of service to the board.

The association recognizes members first at eight years of service and again for each additional four years.

Both men were sworn in at a reorganization meeting Tuesday for another term. Dull is from Pleasantville and Diehl is from Reynoldsdale.

Kay Dull, also of Pleasantville, was also elected to serve her second full term. She joined the board in 2014 to fill a vacant position.

Wayne Felix, of Schellsburg, will be serving his second term on the board. He first joined the board in December 2015.

Erin McGill, who joined the board in 2016 to fill a vacated position was sworn in Tuesday to serve another term.

The Dulls represent Area II, which covers Lincoln Township, Pleasantville Borough, Pavia Township and West St. Clair Township. Diehl and McGill cover Area III, which represents East St. Clair Township, King Township and St. Clairsville Borough. Felix represents Area I which covers, Juniata Township, Napier Township, New Paris Borough and Schellsburg Borough.

Also during the reorganization meeting, Bill Pataki was chosen to once again serve as the board’s president and Jim Dull was selected to again serve as the board’s vice president.

Contact Katie Smolen at 623-1151 ext. 110 or ksmolen@bedfordgazette.com.

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