UTHS releases list of candidates seeking school board seats


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Originally Posted Online: Jan. 21, 2013, 9:43 pm
Last Updated: Jan. 21, 2013, 10:05 pm
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By Anthony Watt, awatt@qconline.com

The United Township High School District has released a list of five candidates who have filed to run for four Board of Education seats on April 9.

Candidates are Dan Jecks, 401 12th St., Silvis; Susan M. Koska, 23627 N. High St., Colona; Harry Arvanis, 461 47th Ave., East Moline; Donald J. Sproul, 1800 7th St., East Moline; and Wendy Wassell-Verschoore, 2702 8th St., East Moline, according to the district.

Ms. Koska, Mr. Arvanis and Mr. Sproul are incumbents. Ms. Wassell-Verschoore was appointed in 2012 to replace Christopher VanSpeybroeck who resigned in October because of his job.


















 




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