DENMARK — Denmark Arts Center has welcomed three new members to its board of directors. The board also celebrated the work, dedication and years of service that Allene Westleigh generously gave as she ended her service.

Westleigh, former Denmark postmaster, was there for the beginning of Denmark Arts Center. She worked for years with Dick and Mari Hook and Ralph and Lillian Lee-Morse with Reader’s Theater, growing audiences and children’s involvement. What will be missed is her attention to detail and regulations and readiness to work the ticket desk at a moment’s notice. The Denmark Arts Center is a better place with Westleigh having served for over 20 years.

Joining the board:

• Anne Munstedt, who is affiliated with Androscoggin Health-Bella Pointe and currently serves on Moose Pond Association. A piano teacher, pianist, and singer, and community outreach volunteer, Munstedt brings her experience and passion for the arts to Denmark Arts Center.

• Nancy Campbell is a member of Moose Pond Association, Cambridge Art Association and the New Hampshire Art Association. She formerly served as park & recreation commissioner in Arlington, Massachusetts for seven years. Campbell is a photographer with skills in special events and community service.

• Mick Early has been seen on stage in several performances and brings his years of experience in the real estate industry, running Kayak Adventures business and personable bartending skill to Denmark Arts Center. Early has contributed his time and resource to DAC over the last 10 years.

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