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Mount Washington Observatory Announces New Trustees, Officers

North Conway, NH - Mount Washington Observatory, the non-profit organization that has captured climate data on the summit since 1932, recently held its 2007 Annual Meeting at which several new Trustees and a new slate of officers were elected. The September 8, 2007 Annual Meeting was held at the historic Mount Washington Resort at Bretton Woods, where North Conway attorney and Eaton resident Randall F. Cooper was named president of the Mount Washington Observatory.

"It is both an honor and privilege to be elected as President of the Observatory on its 75th anniversary," says new Observatory president Randy Cooper. "The Observatory is a legendary part of the history and culture of Mt. Washington and the people who live in its valleys."

The following individuals were elected to the Mount Washington Observatory's Board of Trustees to serve a three-year term, 2007-2010:

The following current Trustees were elected to serve a three-year term, 2007-2010:

The following current Trustee was elected to serve a two-year term, 2007-2009:

The Board of Trustees elected the following officers at its Trustees' Meeting, also held on September 8, 2007, to serve for a two year term (2007-2009):

Mount Washington Observatory's Board of Trustees is made up of 25 individuals from diverse professional and geographic backgrounds. The class of 2007 adds to the diversity, including new Board members with backgrounds in business, finance, engineering, education and board governance.

The 2007 Annual Meeting was held as part of The Mount Washington Symposium for Air & Climate, a two-day climate event that celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Observatory. A momentous event, the Symposium centered on exploring climate change and air quality, while creating a forum for the nation's leading voices to share vital data.

Mount Washington Observatory is a private, non-profit, member-supported organization with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create the Earth's weather and climate. Since 1932, the Observatory has been monitoring the elements in one of the most extreme locations on Earth, using this unique site for scientific research and educational outreach. For more information visit, MountWashington.org

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