After serving in a leadership role of the Middletown chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for 20 years, Dora Bronston didn’t run for a seat this year.
But Bronston said she’s still active in the NAACP, serving as secretary of the state conference under President Tom Roberts.
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“It was just time,” Bronston said about her decision. “Time for someone else to take over.”
Bronston said she served 10 years as secretary and 10 years as president.
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William Ford ran unopposed as president. Other officers: Celeste Davis (first vice-president), Jennifer Carter (second vice-president), Karen Moore (secretary), Paul Gomia (treasurer), Kip Moore (publicity) and Wanda Glover (community).
Bronston said the Middletown chapter has between 50 and 100 members.
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