Friday, November 16, 2012

Foundation announces new board members

Card, Sfingi, Stansberry join education support organization


Brad Stansberry, a fifth-grade teacher at Hemingway Elementary School, and Jennifer Card, a veterinarian, have been elected to the board of directors of the Blaine County Education Foundation. Not pictured is another new board member, Mary Sfingi, a loan officer at Zions Bank. Courtesy photo

The Blaine County Education Foundation announced this week the election of three new board members—Jennifer Card, Mary Sfingi and Brad Stansberry.

Card is a veterinarian with two children, one enrolled at Bellevue Elementary School and the other at Hailey Elementary School. She is co-chair of the Bellevue Parents’ Auxiliary, a member of the Papoose Club and the past president of the Idaho State Board of Veterinary Medicine.

Sfingi is a loan officer at Zions Bank and has two children at Wood River High School. She has previously served on the Parent’s Association at Hailey Elementary School and is currently a member of the Hailey Urban Renewal Agency.

Stansberry is a fifth grade teacher at Hemingway Elementary School. He also directs the ski program at Hemingway.

“We are pleased that these three talented individuals have agreed to join our board, Co-Chair Jennifer Haemmerle stated in a press release. “We are excited to strengthen our board as we enter our 20th year as a non-profit assisting the children and educators of the Blaine County School District.”

“I am looking forward to working closely with the new people on our board,” stated Co-Chair Becky Benson, “It is great to have such enthusiastic and talented people working together to help the [Blaine County School District].

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