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Military and Veterans Advisory Committee

The Military and Veterans Advisory Committee consists of members appointed by the Board of Aldermen to promote military and Veterans affairs functions and activities in the community and to provide recommendations to the Town Manager and board of Aldermen in planning programs and activities to enhance the quality of life and recognition of military residents, veterans and their families in the community.

The committee consists of seven (7) members who serve three (3) year terms. Members may serve an unlimited number of appointed terms, upon the approval of the Board of Aldermen. Due to the nature of the committee, members must have military service (past or present), including retirement from service or  a veteran or a current service member (in any military branch.)

All members are to be residents of the Town of Spring lake or municipal influence area and serve voluntarily.

The committee meets the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

If you live inside the Town limits and would like to serve on this committee, please complete an application and turn it into the Town Clerk.

Committee or Board Application

Click here for Military and Veterans Affairs advisory Committee Charter

Committee members:

Alderman   Mavin Lackman         Ex Officio                   
Debra Clyde                               term exp          10/31/2022
Gloria L. Watterson                    term exp           5/31/2022
Joshua Maynard                         term exp           3/31/2022
Wayne Davidson                        term exp           2/28/2025
Yolanda Burse                             term exp          2/28/2025
Lealand Burns                             term exp          2/28/2025
Patricia Malone                           term exp        2/28/2025

The Town of Spring Lake • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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