PARIS – Three new directors have joined the expanding board at the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce with strong connections to the eight towns and communities of the Oxford Hills.

Helen Robillard, co-owner of Park Street Press for the past 13 years, and Bruce Cook, president of the Lakes Association of Norway and independent consultant, assisting with the implementation of the health care information system computerizing both financial and clinical applications at Stephens Memorial Hospital, were recently elected to three-year terms.

Wendy Newmeyer, owner of Maine Balsam Fir in West Paris and board director for Enterprise Maine, has been designated as the Chamber board representative for that corporation. Newmeyer is a former Chamber board director and has been involved in numerous community endeavors in the Oxford Hills for many years.

Chamber Executive Director John Williams applauded the new members of the board, saying that all three individuals have had a strong influence on the communities of the Oxford Hills and that the Chamber is looking forward to benefiting from their experience and their enthusiasm.

For more information on the Chamber, contact the office at 213 Main St., South Paris, call 743-2281 or e-mail [email protected]

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