ACS Elects New Directors

ACS Elects New Directors
At its recent Annual General Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, the American CueSports Alliance (ACS) elected some new directors and officers. Janet Ybarra (Texas ACS) and Judy Griffith (Pacific ACS) joined the directors for the first time, while Dot Cyr (River City Billiards in Omaha, Nebraska) was elected to the Secretary position, joining incumbent officers Cecil Messer (IN) [President], Mike Wilson (VA) [Vice President] and Ray Lambotte (IL) [Treasurer].

The 2008-2009 board of directors now includes:
Cecil Messer (Portage, IN) – President…Director of Referees
Mike Wilson (Virginia Beach, VA) – Vice President…Non-State Association Director
Dot Cyr (Omaha, NE) – Secretary…Non-State Association Director
Ray Lambotte (Chicago, IL) – Treasurer…State Association Director
Terry Anderson (Davenport, IA) – Room Owner Director
Sandra Chamberlain (Tulsa, OK) – State Association Director
Judy Griffith (Vancouver, WA) – State Association Director
Ted Harms (Calgary, AB) – Director representing Canadian Cue Sport Association
Joseph Mejia (Millbrae, CA) – Director representing United States Snooker Association
Robbie Morito (Tampa, FL) – State Association Director
Rodney Morris (Humble, TX) – Director representing the United States Professional Poolplayers Assn.
Janet Ybarra (Grand Prairie, TX) – State Association Director

The ACS sanctions leagues, produces the national All American Tour, certifies coaches and referees, and is a non-profit, national organization dedicated to heightening the interest and awareness of cue sports through the support and sanctioning of organized competition throughout the United States. Information on the ACS is available at Americancuesports.org.

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