BOWLING GREEN, Mo. — Tommy Wallace of Louisiana, right, takes the oath of office as the newest member on the Board of Directors of the 12-county area not-for-profit North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) as given by Board Vice Chairman Mike Bridgins, left, of St. Peters in St. Charles County. Wallace, appointed to the NECAC Board by the Pike County Commission, replaces Commissioner Justin Sheppard who is not seeking re-election. Wallace won the Republican primary for Eastern District Commissioner in August and has no opposition in the November general election. Wallace was installed and seated during the agency’s board meeting Sept. 22 at the Church of the Nazarene in Bowling Green. The 36-member NECAC Board has three representatives serving from each of its 12 counties. The other two Pike County board members are D. Randall Cone of Louisiana as board secretary and Curt Mitchell of Clarksville. Also pictured, from left, are NECAC President and Chief Executive Officer Don Patrick, Executive Secretary Christina Ray and Cone. NECAC is a social service, community health and public housing agency headquartered in Bowling Green with its Pike County Service Center at 805 Business Highway 61 in Bowling Green.