Anastasia (Anna) Glavas was born in Canada but somehow found her way to small town America. She works part-time in the local schools and at Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum. When she isn't there, she is either at home, at Market Basket, or the library or bookstore. Anastasia likes volunteering for the PTO and just got elected to a Trustee position for the Pillsbury Free library. Her interests include reading, traveling, cooking, and wandering around Warner, NH where she has resided since 2009.
Darryl Parker is an elected official with the Town of Warner (Almoner) and a Director for the Warner Historical Society. He and his wife purchased 1 East Main Street next door to Town Hall in 2014 and renovated the building which now features their business Schoodacs Coffee & Tea. Together they own Parker Web, a website maintenance company that services small business across the country. Darryl also works as a Business Advisor with the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at Babson College outside of Boston. He is passionate about small business and in particular about improving the opportunity for business in the Town of Warner.
Joanna and her family have lived in Warner for 14 years. She enjoys her job in Special Education in the Kearsarge District, her Communications and Illustration freelance work, and her volunteer work as a Costume Designer for a variety of local theater productions.
Katie has lived in Warner for the last two years and has enjoyed becoming familiar with the small town's atmosphere. Prior to living in Warner, she lived in Henniker, NH. Katie is an alumni of New England College and has her degree in elementary education. She currently teaches at a charter school in Manchester, and in her free time enjoys being active - hiking and rock climbing, playing soccer and softball, running and exploring trails, biking, etc. She is also an avid reader and writer and enjoys painting and drawing.
Ray Carbone was born in Virginia and grew up in the New York City area. But he moved to New England in the 1970s and he's he never left.
Ray's byline has appeared on a variety of media platforms including National Public Radio, Boston Globe/ Boston.com, New Hampshire magazine, Cape Cod Times, New Hampshire Public Radio/NHPR.org, KQED-FM/San Francisco Public Radio, and WMVY-FM/Martha’s Vineyard, MA. He's also authored three books: "Legendary Locals of NH’s Lakes Region" (Arcadia Press, 2015); "Something Worthy To Be Remembered: 100 Years of Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce" (co-authored with Gemma French; GMCC, 2011); "The Lakes Region of New Hampshire: Four seasons, Countless Memories" (Carbone Productions, LLC, 2009).
Ray and his wife moved to Warner in 2015. He may never leave. Ever.
Vince was born in New Mexico, raised in California and then moved to New Hampshire in 1993. He became a resident of Warner officially in 2001. Vince has coached soccer in the WYSA program for many years. Now that his daughters have aged out of the program, he coaches girls indoor soccer down at Fieldhouse Sports. He also co-founded Warner's Old School PE program and started the spring coed softball league.
He currently resides on the board of Warner Parks & Rec.