NORWICH Ė Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County welcomed two new and two returning board members following elections held at the organizationís annual meeting on Dec. 15.
As a result of the vote, Andrew Kross of Earlville will begin his second, three-year term on the board, of which he currently serves as president. Kross, who operates Indian Camp Farm with his father David, previously served as the organizationís vice-president. He is also a member of Cornell Cooperative Extenstionís Advisory Committee for the Central New York Regional Dairy, Livestock and Field Crop Program.
Marilyn Carley of Norwich was also re-elected for another term on the board. According to a biography provided by CCE, Carley has served as a 4-H leader, and has been a volunteer cooperative extension educator for 10 years. She is currently teaching a variety of adult and youth classes related to clothing and textiles and has, in the past, lectured in SUNY Oneontaís Human Ecology Department.