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Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Alice McCoy Running for Republican Dist. 35 Senate Nomination

From the mailbag, this is a bio I received for Alice McCoy, who is a former District 35 representative. She is running against Rep. Jeff Haverly, a current Dist. 35 representative, for the Republican nomination for the Dist. 35 senate seat being vacated by Senator Bill Napoli.

Alice McCoy businesswoman, wife, mother, grandmother, a born and raised South Dakotan, is announcing her candidacy for District 35 State Senate. Alice has resided in District 35 for over 40 years and understands the distinct needs and issues affecting our community.

Alice McCoy's civic and community leadership are critical assets residents in District 35 need in the State Senate. She is currently the Vice President of North Rapid Civic Association, Vice President of Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Rapid Valley, Block Captain of Mahoney Addition Neighborhood Watch and Key Staff of ACE (Advocates for Community Enhancement).

Alice McCoy served District 35 in the House of Representatives for eight years from 1999-2006. She served on the Education, Health and Human Services and Local Government Committees. Alice also served on the Rapid City Board of Education for Four and a half years where she was the 1st Vice President for one year and 2nd Vice President for two years.

Alice McCoy has had distinctive awards and appointments due to her community leadership which include: Rapid City Citizen of the month - September 1997, Green Valley Sanitary District, Citizen's Police Academy (Sheriff and Police Dept.), Past President of Lord of Life Lutheran Church Council and Sunday School teacher for 6 years in Rapid Valley, Pennington County Republican Precinct leader, Pennington County Republican Women, Pennington County Republican Ambassadors, U.S. Representative John Thune's Education Advisory Committee, IF/RED participant (Interactive Foundation/Rural Ethnic Institute), S.A.V.E. of North Rapid City, Concerned Citizen's Woman's Group, and Rapid Valley Improvement Association.


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