Blackhawk Chapter ABATE of Illinois, Inc held elections for the 2018 Board of Directors on Sunday December 10th, 2017. The results are as follows:

President: Jerry West

Vice President: Greg Dorr

Secretary: Lisa Nicoletto

Treasurer: Kelly Carlson

Membership Coordinator: Penny West

Activities Coordinator: Michael Brown

Public Relations Coordinator: Ken Cash

Legislative Coordinator: Tim Wassell

Safety and Ed Coordinator: B Wassell

State Rep (2 positions): Jerry West and Tim Wassell

Newsletter Coordinator: Molly Condon

Products Coordinator: Michelle Brown

Sgt at Arms (3 positions): Bill Moon, Jim Wulgaert, and Bill Paxton

Webmaster: Doc Jenkins with Molly Condon assisting.

Congratulations to the 2018 Board of Directors for Blackhawk Chapter ABATE of Illinois. Also, the Chapter would like to recognize the outgoing 2017 officers for a job well done. Special recognition goes out to outgoing President Brian Enburg, outgoing Treasurer Carla Enburg and outgoing Membership Coordinator Edna Sowards for their many years as board members and their dedication and commitment to the mission of ABATE of Illinois.

The mission of ABATE of Illinois is to preserve the universal right to a safe, unrestricted motorcycling environment.

Blackhawk Chapter ABATE of Illinois is a not for profit motorcyclist rights organization. We fight for the rights of all motorcyclists, as well as promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

Blackhawk Chapter ABATE of Illinois meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1:30 pm. The current meeting place is The Belgrade in Moline.

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