(Lebanon, PA) – The Constitutional Organization Of Liberty (COOL), an originalist, non-profit educational organization, has announced the election of members to serve on its managing Board for the next two years.
Greg Keiper of Lebanon, who currently serves as Chairman of COOL, was re-elected unanimously, as was Monica Carpenter, also of Lebanon, as Treasurer/Vice Chairman and Clint LeRoy of Fredericksburg as Secretary.
Jeff Griffith, was elected to the Board as an At-Large member, as was Mike Folmer, who also serves as Pennsylvania State Senator.
“I am really looking forward to the great things COOL will be able to accomplish and participate in during the next two years,” Folmer said. “We have a good leadership team in place and people very committed to advancing COOL’s goals of promoting Constitutional education across the state.”
Keiper also expressed enthusiasm about the upcoming term, noting that COOL is planning on expanding its online presence as well as revisiting the curriculum it offers.
“We have always had good presentation materials, and the best course presenters available,” Keiper said. “Our expectation is to streamline some of things we have done in the past while taking advantage of recent technological opportunities.”
COOL was granted tax-exempt status by the IRS in 2012, after an extended application process believed to have been a consequence of the scandal involving the IRS treatment of conservative non-profit groups.
COOL has been providing educational presentations and seminars across Pennsylvania since its inception in 2005. More information about COOL may be secured by visiting their website at www.ReclaimLiberty.com or by contacting COOL by e-mail at email@example.com.