Pittsfield Kiwanis Club Member Named Lieutenant Governor for Division 17

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Cheryl Tripp-Cleveland of the Kiwanis Club of Pittsfield was elected lieutenant governor for Division 17 at the New England & Bermuda District Conventions 100th annual meeting.

Tripp-Cleveland was elected to the office in August at the convention and took office on Oct. 1.

Tripp-Cleveland is general manager at WBRK in Pittsfield. She has been an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Pittsfield for seven years.



Besides lieutenant governor, she has held the office of president, secretary and co-chair of the Park of Honor.

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