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Little Brown Jug Society adds wording for flexibility; elects Carroll to Society
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - by Jay Wolf, publicity director, the Little Brown Jug

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Delaware, OH --- At this morning's annual meeting of the Little Brown Jug Society, the board approved wording to allow for future changes to the conditions to the Little Brown Jug and Jugette without the traditionial three year wait.

"We have had lengthy discussions regarding the future of the Little Brown Jug and the conditions of both events," noted Tom Wright, president of the LBJ Society. "So many things are changing in the state of Ohio and we want some additional time to consider what is the best path for our signature races. Today's change will allow for greater flexibility for future decisions."

In other action, the Board elected David Carroll of Powell, Ohio, to the Little Brown Jug Society filling a vacant seat. Carroll is an attorney with Bailey Cavalieri LLC and has served as legal counsel for the LBJ Society and Delaware County Fair for a number of years.

The Jug Society also re-elected the slate of officers: Tom Wright (president), Phil Terry (vice president) and William Lowe (secretary).


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