The Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Ripley & Fletcher Ford as its January Business of the Month. The chamber makes a charitable donation on behalf of the business of the month for the Feeding Oxford Hills initiative or Rightstart’s Christmas for Kids and Teens programs. In that regard, a $250 donation was made to the Helping Hands Food Pantry. At the donation ceremony were, from left: Jim Trundy, chamber board member; Jeanne Silverman, chamber board chairwoman; Dick Toothaker, Ripley & Fletcher Ford parts manager; Greg Sessions, Ripley & Fletcher Ford body shop manager; Scott Martel, Ripley & Fletcher Ford service manager; Joe Galletta, Ripley & Fletcher Ford owner; and John Williams, chamber executive director.


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