Members of the Assistance League of Salt Lake City have elected Kaye Neilson as new president for the 1996-97 year.
The group has also adopted a new logo and identity statement, "Helping Hands," to further the work of its six philanthropic projects: Operation School Bell, blood pressure screening, book bank, Kids on the Block, Act III (senior citizens specialty services) and Brighter Tomorrows.Other officers include: Marilyn Whitehead, president-elect; Dena Cocorinis, vice president, philanthropic projects; Eleanor Economou, vice president, resource development; Jackie Page, vice president, membership; Betty Thomas, recording secretary; Dolores Cornelius, corresponding secretary; Louise Churchill, treasurer; Linda Bigham, assistant treasurer; Anna Manwaring, arrangements; Pat Button, auxiliary liaison officer; Deanna Clark, education; Edna Anderson-Taylor, evaluation long range; Robin McCabe, orientation; Barbara Probert, public relations; and Afton Zoumadakis, thrift shop chairman.
New provisional members are: Kristeen Allem, Joan Brinton, Vania Christenson, Lucie Egan, Mary Erickson, Norine Halbe, Betty Johnson, Jolyn Jonsson, Sherylene Laird, Marge Mooney, Pat Shea, Mary Simos, Jean Sprinkle, Dee Vincent and Susan Walker.
Consociates, an auxiliary of professional women, has two philanthropic projects. Baby Bundles provides new layette sets to the University of Utah Medical Center for newborn babies of low-income teen mothers and ASK (Assault Survivor Kit) assists victims of sexual assault.
New auxiliary officers are: Valerie Mercer, chairman; Helen Dibblee, vice president, projects; Joan Eliason, vice president, membership; Doris Wilkinson, vice president, resource development; Diane Ludlow, recording-corresponding secretary; Barbra Scott, treasurer; Loretta Falvo, public relations; Bonnie Brown, provisionals; and Kathy Ball, by-laws chairman.
The Assistance League of Salt Lake City is a nonprofit, nonpolitical and nonsectarian organization.