William Raco has turned the gavel over to Dr. Judith Yoho for the new fiscal year at Keystone Community Network Inc., more commonly known as KCnet. Raco was president of the board for the past four years, an unprecedented accomplishment. This is Yoho's third time serving as president; first in 1996, again in 2004 and now in 2009. KCnet is a nonprofit community technology center with its headquarters at 18 E. Main St. in downtown Lock Haven. Among the many milestones during Raco's period in office: KCnet became an agency member of Clinton County United Way, created a downtown Lock Haven WI-FI service, and sponsored the KCnet Camera Club. Pictured, from left, are newly-elected officers, Vice President Dr. John Way, Yoho, Treasurer Donald C. Miller, Raco and Board Secretary Carolyn Carl. Other members of the board are Paula Bell, Ramona Broomer, Dawn Brown, Duane Carr, Tina Hocker, Lori Hoy, Tom Piergallini and Ray Rathmell.