Destination Wellness elects new board
Camden — Officially marking the growing popularity of Midcoast Maine as a mecca for health and wellness, Destination Wellness Midcoast Maine announces the election of its inaugural board of directors and officers.
The newly formed professional organization has more than 115 members dedicated to connecting the public to resources, fostering the exchange of knowledge among its members, and promoting health and wellness as a mainstay of life in Midcoast Maine. Ultimately, DWMM intends to have Midcoast Maine recognized nationwide for its health and wellness resources.
"It is wonderful to be a part of such a rich community dedicated to health and wellness," said Tammy Lee, DWMM president, in a news release. "Now that our organizational structure has been formalized, we’re ready to take a leading role in promoting the health-related resources available in our community and to help educate the public on the many paths to wellness."
The new board members are: Meg Barclay-LedgeEnd Studio, Gary Chapin-Psychotherapist, Skye Hirst-Ph.D./The Autognomics Institute Co-Founder, Tammy Lee-Kundalini Yoga Therapy, Erja Lipponen-Eurynome Journeys Tours & Retreats, Nancy Lubin-Intentional Essentials, Dr. Barb MacDonald-N.D., L.Ac., Dr. Deb Moskowitz-N.D./Founder, Camden Whole Health, Rhonda Nordstrom-RHEAL Day Spa, Margaret Rauenhorst-The Start Center, Healing Arts, Dr. Alan Ross-M.D., Jesse Simko-Midcoast Recreation Center, Judi Valentine-Ph.D./Nutritionist, John Viehman-Health Marketing
The new officers are: Tammy Lee-President, Margaret Rauenhorst-Vice President, Alan Ross-Secretary, Deb Moskowitz-Treasurer
DWMM hosts a complete online directory of its members and their services, as well as a real-time calendar of health and wellness classes, workshops, talks, and gatherings. For more information, go to destinationwellnessme.com; or on Facebook at: hacebook.com/DestinationWellnessME.