POLAND — The Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce recently presented four awards at its 44th awards dinner at Poland Spring Resort.

The Legacy Award went to Al Bancroft.

The Business of the Year Award was given to the Bennett Radio Group.

The Suzanne Grover Community Service Award went to the Pink Feather Foundation.

And the Rising Star of the Year Award was given to the Norway Candle Co.

Maine U.S. Sen. Susan Collins delivered the keynote address at the meeting via Zoom.

The chamber has a membership of more than 400 businesses and organizations, and serves 13 towns: Buckfield, Harrison, Hartford, Hebron, Mechanic Falls, Norway, Otisfield, Oxford, Paris, Poland, Sumner, Waterford and West Paris.

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