AUBURN — Diane M.
Hesketh of Minot, an experienced bookkeeper, is the new administrative
assistant for the Androscoggin Historical Society.

Doug Hodgkin, who headed a search committee, said Hesketh was chosen
from among five applicants for the new part-time position. She will be
responsible for running the society’s office and museum on the third floor of the Androscoggin County Courthouse in
Auburn.

Hesketh succeeds Michael C. Lord, executive secretary for 12 years, who continues to serve the society as a board member. She owns a bookkeeping service in Minot and is employed by the Auburn
Savings Bank.

She formerly was an accounts receivable clerk at Pineland
Lumber Co. in Lewiston, office manager at Coastal Plantations
International Inc. in Poland, and administrative assistant at All
Seasons Services Inc. in Auburn. She is a graduate of Edward Little
High School in Auburn, where she received a certificate of business
studies.

The Androscoggin Historical Society operates the Clarence E. March
Library, with extensive holdings in local history and genealogy, and
the Davis-Wagg Museum, filled with artifacts of local historical
interest. The office and museum are open to the public from 1:30 to 5
p.m. Wednesdays through Fridays.


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