Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce elected Joseph J. Tryon president for a two-year term. He is president and CEO of Hatboro Federal Savings.

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Daemion Counseling Center, a 40-year-old nonprofit mental-health agency in Berwyn, has named three new members to its board. They are Robert M. Jara, president and CEO of First CornerStone Bank, a community bank with headquarters in King of Prussia; Andy Mullen, guidance counselor at Conestoga High School, Berwyn; and Dan Margherita, a professional research consultant with offices in Berwyn.

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Green Tree School, a Philadelphia provider of education and support to children with autism and other emotional disabilities, appointed Megan R. Smith to its board. Smith is principal of Brownstone PR.

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Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse Inc., a Philadelphia nonprofit organization located in East Fairmount Park, has elected Anna Forrester and Peter F. Marvin to its board. Forrester is the principal of CityPlay, a landscape consulting practice. Marvin is a lawyer.

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Jonathan Spergel was appointed to the board of the City Avenue Special Services District. He is a partner at Manko, Gold, Katcher, & Fox, Bala Cynwyd.

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Brand USA marketing advisory group, a public-private partnership established by Congress under the Travel Promotion Act, has named Sharon Rossi to its board. She is vice president of advertising and strategic alliances at Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corp.

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Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, a nonprofit group that provides temporary housing and supportive services to families while their children receive critical medical care at local hospitals, has elected Leonard Bernstein to its board. He is partner and chair of the Financial Services Regulatory Group at Reed Smith L.L.P.

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Waste Equipment Technology Association of Washington named Mike Savage vice chairman. Savage is president and CEO of PTR Baler and Compactor Co., Philadelphia.

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Joseph H. Blum, managing partner at the law firm of Deeb Blum Murphy Frishberg & Markovich, has been named chair-elect of the board of the National Kidney Foundation, serving the Delaware Valley, for the 2012-2014 term.

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BalletX, the resident dance company of the Wilma Theater, has named Chuck Nice, a comedian, actor, and TV personality, to its board.

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CTN Solutions, a Blue Bell provider of information-technology management and outsourcing, named the following its advisory board: Tom Behlau, managing partner of Tarpon Hill Capital; Ralph Cetrulo, founding partner of CMS Source; Ted LeBow, principal of JRI Consulting; John Petralia, managing director of Bay Street Investors, and Candida Seasock, founder and president of CTS Associates.

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Mark Group, a global provider of home-energy efficiency analysis and improvements, said its president and CEO, Jeff Bartos, has been appointed to the Accreditation Management Board of the Building Performance Institute, a national organization for residential energy-efficiency standards development and contractor accreditation.

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Philadelphia Mummers Brigade Association has named the following officers and members to its executive board for 2012: James J. Julia, financial reporting lead, Smart Grid/Smart Meter at Peco Energy Co., is president.; Fred Keller, supervisor, Support Establishment Unit of Philadelphia Family Court, is first vice president; Bill F. Burke Jr., retired director, naval publications and directives branch for the Department of Defense, is second vice president; Don Cola Jr., director of guest services at the Aramark/Wharton School Steinberg Conference Center, is recording secretary; James P. Bradley, operations manager of the SI Organization, is treasurer; Charles G. Kueny, assistant vice president/branch manager at Beneficial Bank, is financial secretary; Rocco Gallelli, manager for Innovative Catering Concepts, is business agent, and Joseph Gallagher, a longshoreman with the International Longshoreman Association, is sergeant-at-arms.

_ Mike Zebe