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Taylor joins Jamestown Tourism Board, outgoing members honored

Jamestown Tourism recently held its annual meeting.

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Paulette Ritter, right, was honored for serving six years on the Jamestown Tourism Board at the organization's annual meeting. At left is Emily Bivens, executive director of Jamestown Tourism.
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JAMESTOWN — During its annual meeting on Monday, Jan. 23, Jamestown Tourism elected Taylor Barnes to the board of directors.

The board provides leadership in coordinating, promoting and supporting tourism growth and development in Jamestown and surrounding areas.

Barnes previously served as the executive director of The Arts Center in Jamestown and is currently retired. She also previously was a member of the Jamestown Tourism Board.

At the meeting, the board also recognized outgoing board members Paulette Ritter and Frank Balak for their six years of service on the board.

Other board members and officers are Amanda Thrift, president; Bethany Jobson, vice president; Krysten Perkins, treasurer; Nick Bruns, Michael Savaloja and Christian Cairy.

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Frank Balak was honored for his six years of service on the Jamestown Tourism Board at the organization's recent annual meeting. At left is Emily Bivens, executive director of Jamestown Tourism.
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