Incumbents Retain Seats in Reston Community Center Board Race

Three incumbents have been reelected to Reston Community Center’s Board of Governors

The three board members — William Keefe, William Penniman, and Vicky Wingert — were selected based on the 2020 RCC Preference Poll. The appointments are then made by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors at the request of the Hunter Mill District Supervisor.

Wingert had the most votes (1,623) of the five candidates seeking the position. Keefe received 1,536 votes while Penniman secured 1,190 votes. Lorri Zell trailed behind Penniman with 1,092 votes while Neils Pemberton secured only 376 votes.

Here’s more from RCC on the newly elected board members:

William Keefe, an RCC Board member from 2007-10 and again since 2014, has been active in the community as a member of Reston Association’s Board of Directors, the Reston Planning and Zoning Committee, Reston Youth Baseball and Reston Youth Basketball. He was named a Best of Reston awardee in 2017. 

William Penniman has served on the RCC Board since 2006. He previously served as the Board’s secretary and treasurer and is active in the Reston Planning and Zoning Committee, Reston Comprehensive Plan Task Force, former Reston Master Plan Special Study Task Force and the Sierra Club. 

Vicky Wingert has been a resident of Reston since 1973 and has served on RCC’s Board since 2011. She has served as president of the Reston Historic Trust, founder of Friends of Reston and on the Reston Association Board of Directors. She was named a Best of Reston awardee in 2000 and a Simon Fellow in 2017.

Photo via Charlotte Geary

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