Elections

Anthem elects new leadership to groups

Posted 3/24/21

Incumbent Tim Fyke and Rob MacGregor were elected to the Anthem Parkside Community Association earlier this month.

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Elections

Anthem elects new leadership to groups

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Incumbents Tim Fyke and Rob MacGregor were elected to the Anthem Parkside Community Association earlier this month.

Mr. Fyke, a local business owner, has served on the homeowner’s association for four years and is the group’s current board president and treasurer.

Anthem is governed by three homeowner’s associations — Country Club, Parkside and the Village. Mr Fyke and Mr. MacGregor will serve two-year terms.

Boards of all three associations are elected each spring, according to the Anthem website.

Mr. MacGregor, a business owner and coach, said he wanted to be a part of a process of “well-run” associations.

“I hope to join and add to that process,” MacGregor said in election material mailed out to homeowners.

At the Country Club Community Association, Stephen Champion and David Duckworth were both elected to positions on the board.
Chilesa Ready and Bob McKenzie were each elected to three-year terms to the Anthem Community Council.

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