DuVal Nominated for Earlville Trustee


On the Campaign Trail

(Earlville, NY – Jan. 2012) The Democratic Caucus in Earlville nominated Sara Chapman DuVal Jan. 30 as a candidate for trustee at the village election March 20. Wanda Warren Berry, chairwoman of the Town of Hamilton Democratic Committee, convened the meeting, turning it over to Jonna Bartlett, who was elected chair of the caucus.

Four additional members of the Town of Hamilton Democratic Committee, as well as three members of the current Earlville Village Board of Trustees attended as guest observers.

Town of Sherburne Democrats were represented by Mary Kiernan.

DuVal also will be on the ballot as a candidate for trustee on the independent Good Neighbors line, which she will share with Margaret Corey, who also is running for one of the two open trustee seats.

DuVal has been employed by the Earlville Free Library for five years and has been an active volunteer in Earlville during the 13 years she has lived in the village. She is a native of Earlville, having lived there as a baby before her family move to Waterville. She graduated with high honors and a regent’s diploma from Waterville High School in 1995 and studied liberal arts at Morrisville State College from 1995 to 1997. She lived briefly in Hamilton before choosing Earlville as the place to raise her daughter, Mya, who is now 12 years old.

They share a home with Karen Trask, DuVal’s mother, who commutes to Rome to work as a registered nurse.

DuVal has been a Girl Scout troop leader for seven years. Over the years, she also has volunteered support to Earlville’s Winterfest, craft fairs, Sunday schools, vacation bible schools and the Legion Easter egg hunt. She is a member of the Women’s Bowling League and enjoys Earlville’s other family and “hometown” activities.

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