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Distribution Committee
Committee members are appointed by: the First Selectman of Orange, the presidents of both Yale University and the University of New Haven, the Trustee Bank (Bank of America), the New Haven Bar Association, the Orange Chamber of Commerce, the Case Memorial Library Commission, and the Distribution Committee itself. The members of the Distribution Committee serve without compensation.

Robert Archambault
Bob Archambault is the former President of Silverbrook II, Board of Directors and Treasurer of SNET Retiree Association. He is an active member of: Orange Chamber of Commerce, Orange Country Fair, and Orange Economic and Development Corporation.

Katalin Baltimore
Katalin Baltimore is the Chairman of the Orange Library Commission, and has been a member since 2003. She was a founding member and past Chair of the Greater New Haven Celiac Group. She is librarian at the Jewish Community Center Library in Woodbridge. Katalin is also a member of the Orange Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).

Carla A. Birmingham
Carla retired as the Supervisory Special Agent of the New Haven Office of the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation after a 32-year career. She is currently an enrolled agent with the Internal Revenue Service. Since her retirement she has volunteered 3 days a week with AARP preparing senior citizens tax returns. In addition, she volunteers with the Amity Hall of Fame and the Orange Scholarship Fund.

Paul Davis
Paul Davis is a retired teacher and local swim coach. From 2005 to 2015, he served five terms in the Connecticut General Assembly as State Representative from Orange, West Haven, and Milford. In 2015 he was elected to the Orange Board of Selectman and appointed by the majority leaders of the House and Senate to the Connecticut Commission on Women, Children, and Seniors. He is currently the General Manager of the Woodbridge Club, Incorporated.

Santo Galatioto, Jr.
Santo Galatioto Jr has lived his entire life in Orange, and is a proud graduate of the Orange Public School System. He has been a Social Studies teacher since 2003, teaching both high school and middle school. Santo has been an Orange Town Constable for over a decade and a Justice of the Peace.

Jacqueline Koral
Jackie is the Associate Vice President of Development for the University of New Haven. She is a board member of the Long Wharf Theatre, Board Chair of the Towers, a not for profit assisted living residence in New Haven; past President and current board member of the Orange Players and board member of the Orange Arts Council. She previously served as the two-time Co-Chair of the University of New Haven United Way Campaign, Volunteer Chair of Public Relations for the Connecticut Cancer Society, Chair and Editor of the New Haven Symphony Supplement.

John Wesolowski
John Wesolowski, CPA, is controller for Intensity Therapeutics, Inc, a start-up pharmaceutical company working on a cure for cancer. He was previously in the Yale University finance department for 18 years. John is Scout Master of Boy Scout Troop 925 since 2005, served on the Orange Players board for over a decade, is a member of the Orange Country Fair Committee.

Frank Bailey, JD
Frank Bailey, JD, is a partner in the law firm of Tremont Sheldon PC in Bridgeport, where he has practiced law for 35 years. He is a member to the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association. He was president of the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association in 2020.

Beth Coscia
Beth Coscia has been an Orange resident since 2002. She is the Executive Assistant at PEZ Candy, Inc. and she also manages her husbandís plumbing and heating business. She was active in Scouting for over 10 years and served on the Turkey Hill School PTA Executive Board.


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