KINGFIELD – The Kingfield POPS board of directors is gearing up for next summer’s concert with the Bangor Symphony Orchestra, which will take place at the Kennedy Farm on June 30.

At the recent annual meeting of the directors, Donald Tranten was elected president; David Hart, vice president; Brian Toomey, treasurer; and Vici Robinson, secretary. The board also welcomed two new directors: Quenten Clark, superintendent of SAD 58, and Lorna Nichols, executive director of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. Deborah Robie is joining the team as executive director.

“This summer marks a major milestone, as it is the fifth anniversary of the POPS concerts,” said Tranten. “We are thrilled to have come so far, and we look forward to this year’s concert being better than ever. The board is on fire with great energy and ideas and we even expect to be ready to sell tickets before Christmas. It’s a good feeling to be able to look back at a significant track record of achievement, and move toward the future with confidence.”

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