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Darra Gordon embodies character, dedication and temperament needed to serve on school board

To the editor:

It is with great pleasure that we endorse Darra Gordon for the Pelham school board.

Gordon’s presence on the school board would be invaluable. She possesses the ability to unite people in support of our families and children, coupled with strategic planning and financial expertise necessary to ensure our school system excels for the benefit of Pelham.

Gordon exudes a warm and positive energy that makes her a joy to be around and collaborate with. Her dedication to helping others thrive is evident in every aspect of her life. Whether she’s volunteering for the Pelham Children’s Theater or PTA or advocating for human rights, Gordon consistently demonstrates selflessness in her efforts to serve the community. Her can-do attitude fosters collaboration and leads to effective results.

With several decades of experience in education and organizational leadership, we have had the privilege of working with numerous leaders and teams. Through our collective experience, we recognize the qualities of character, dedication and temperament required to be an exceptional leader and team member. Darra Gordon embodies these qualities in an exemplary manner. We wholeheartedly encourage you to join us in endorsing her candidacy for the Pelham Board of Education.

Steve Salee and Michael Middleton

528 Stellar Ave.

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