By Ron Gagliardi
CDTC Communications staff
CHESHIRE--Jo-Ann Vitarelli, long-time Cheshire resident and valued member of the Cheshire Democratic Town Committee and the Cheshire Democratic Women's Club, has sold her house and is moving to Massachusetts. Jo-Ann has always been ready to assist the party, especially during elections.
She has been the CDTC liaison to the Cheshire High Young Democrats for the past few years, making sure that the students have been accompanied by adults while canvassing and campaigning and serving as the key contact person between the Young Dems, candidates, and volunteers. Additionally, Jo-Ann served on the Cheshire Human Services and Beautification Committees.
In 2017, Jo-Ann became the first woman to be elected to the position of Town Constable, resulting in extensive print and electronic coverage of her milestone.
Judy Villa, chairperson of the Cheshire Democratic Town Committee had this to say about Jo-Ann: “We will miss her and wish her well in her new home. She has already been contacted by Democrats in Natick as they are excited to work with her.”
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