Cheryl Whitten resigned from her role as president of the St. Armands Circle Association Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the group’s monthly membership meeting. But she didn’t say goodbye. She has now assumed a paid position as assistant for the St. Armands Circle Association.
Andrew Vac, former vice president of the association and broker/owner of Re/Max Excellence, is the new president.
Whitten sold her St. Armands ice-cream store, ScoopDaddy’s, in April, but continued to serve as president of the association.
“Fortunately, it is a win-win situation,” Whitten said. “I have gone full circle.”
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