Three Appointed to Reston Community Center Board

Reston Community Center logo The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved appointment of three Reston residents to the nine-member Reston Community Center Board of Governors.

All three candidates ran unopposed in the annual RCC Preference Poll. Residents of Small Tax District 5 (Reston) still had to cast votes for the candidates in the September Preference Poll anyway.

The three-year terms for Beverly Cosham (incumbent), Michelle Moyer (incumbent) and Paul Thomas begin on Nov. 7. and will expire in 2019.

RCC says a total of 1,568 valid ballots were cast in this year’s poll. Vote tallies by candidate were as follows:

  • Beverly Cosham                                 1,327
  • Michelle A. Moyer                              1,342
  • Paul D. Thomas                                  1,378

Read more about the directors after the jump.

Beverly Cosham/Courtesy RCCBeverly Cosham is currently Chairman of the RCC Board of Governors and will return for her sixth term on the Board. She is a 49-year Reston resident who was a founding member of both Reston Community Players and Reston Chorale. She has held leadership roles with the Lorton Arts Foundation, Arts Council of Fairfax County Arts Advisory Board, the Actors’ Center board, the Lorton Re-use Committee and the Reston Community Orchestra Board of Directors.

Michelle Moyer/Courtesy RCCMichelle A. Moyer is a 28-year Reston resident who currently serves on the RCC Board of Governors as the Board’s Vice Chair and Chair of the Long Range Planning Committee. She has held leadership roles with Reston Masters Swim Team, Reston Swim Team Association, various parent-teacher associations, the South Lakes High School All Night Grad Party committee, the Fellowship Square Corporate Board and her cluster board.

Paul Thomas/Courtesy RCCPaul D. Thomas is a former teacher and coach and will serve as the newest member of the RCC Board of Governors.

A Reston resident since age 3, he has held leadership positions with Reston Association, Reston Historic Trust, Reston Swim Team Association and the Reston Master Plan Special Study Task Force.

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