As a nonprofit organization, the NCBS is run by a board of directors elected by the membership. The 2012-13 board members are:

  • Nancie Barker
  • Bruce Bellocchio
  • Eric Burman
  • Bruce Edmundson
  • Penny Godlis
  • Michael Hall
  • Brenda Hough
  • Pan Logan
  • Mike Russell

The original Board of Directors of the Santa Cruz Bluegrass Society (circa 1983) which was taken at the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor beach. From left to right: Walt Bamber, Kim Elking, Vance Townsend, “Bruddah” Glenn Christensen (co-founder), Karen Quick (co-founder), Bill Parker, Dick Clark, and Earle White. This was back in the days when order was kept at board meetings with battery-operated ray-guns.

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One Week Reminder: NCBS Board Of Directors Candidate Statements Due June 1

One Week Reminder: Candidate Statements for the NCBS Board Of Directors Election on August 12, 2017 at the Good Old Fashioned Bluegrass Festival in Tres Pinos are Due On June 1, 2017.

Candidate Statements For The NCBS Election Are Due By June 1

Ten Day Reminder: Candidate Statements for the August 12 NCBS Board Of Directors Election are due on June 1.

Two Week Reminder: Candidate Statements For 2017 NCBS Board Of Directors Election Due On June 1st

Two Week Reminder: Candidate Statements for the 2017 NCBS Board Of Directors Election are due on June 1, 2017.

Three Week Reminder: NCBS Board Of Directors Candidate Statements Are Due On June 1st

Three Week Reminder: Candidate Statements for the August 12 NCBS Board Of Directors Election are due on June 1, 2017.

NCBS Board Of Directors Candidate Statements Due On June 1 For August 12 Election

The annual election for the Northern California Bluegrass Society Board Of Directors will be held at the Good Old Fashioned Bluegrass Festival at the San Benito County Historical Park in Tres Pinos on Saturday, August 12, 2017, 10:00am-5:00pm, and by mail.

Candidate Statements are due to  (Linda Descoteaux) lindadakota (at) gmail (dot) com, editor of Bluegrass By The Bay magazine, by June 1, 2017, for publication in the July-August issue.

Statements are limited to 100 words and submission of a picture is optional. Information: (559) 222-1468.