Preservation association picks officers

May 24, 1994

A past president of the Severn River Association was elected to his old post at a meeting of the conservation organization last week.

Stuart Morris of East Pendennis Mount, who was president from 1989 to 1991, will serve as president for 1994 and 1995.

Others elected officers of the oldest organization in the country dedicated to the preservation of a river are:

William Moulden of Sherwood Forest, first vice president; Eileen McLellan of Pines-on-Severn, second vice president; Susan Lanier of Bay Ridge, recording secretary; James Hoage of Carrollton Manor, corresponding secretary; and Todd Knowles of Admiral Heights, vice president and treasurer.

They will be installed at the association's annual meeting June 21.

More than 500 people and 111 civic organizations are SRA members.

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