McRoy, who now works as a crew leader handling training and education for the association, doesn't hesitate endorsing the group of local referees as consummate professionals dedicated to their craft.
What does CL stand for?
CL stands for Crew Leader
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- Credit Lyonnais (French Bank)
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During 2010, approximately 120 crew members and crew leaders in the PCC will work on 43 projects in 35 counties across Pennsylvania.
Crew leader Steve Moore set up the mission in memory of his firefighter dad Garth, who died from lung cancer aged 64.
Because they are experts on all of the aircraft's power plant and airframe systems, they are the enlisted crew leaders on the Orions.
The crew leader makes 90 cents for each bushel of spinach, for example, and then pays his field hands 50 cents per bushel.
Highlights include: MobileField Timesheet Process Enhancements - enables crew leaders to indicate and track time for individual crew members throughout the day, and manage crew make-up from the field.
NORTH CENTRAL REGION Contact: Regional Crew Leader Kelly Ellis, 717-215-4150 Centre County - Approximately 23 corps members and crew leaders will construct lifeguard chairs, paint dressing rooms, repair fencing and renovate the interior of the pool house at Governors Park in Bellefonte.
In Scouting, Berard was twice a Senior Patrol Leader, was a Crew Leader during a 60-mile hike at Philmont Scout Camp in New Mexico, and is a member of the Order of the Arrow, a Boy Scout honor society.