The next year, 2015, we won the Chamber’s “Delmar Doody Award”. This award was created to recognize members who have a record of contributing significantly to the goals of the Chamber as well as promoting the work and the benefit of the Chamber to the communities of the region.
We both come from art-related backgrounds and both of us have taught art classes in the past. Linda has continued in painting and has somehow managed to find time to produce enough work to have some one-person shows in recent years and be in various group shows around Maine.
Jim spent many years before the sign business, working at the Media Center at Waterville High School, various carpentry jobs, and making stained glass windows with Asylum Glass Studio, in Newport.
Here is a link to his stained glass site.
For fun, we like dancing, especially west coast swing, and travel all over the state to swing, country and ballroom dances.
See more of Linda’s paintings in watercolor, acrylics and mixed media at: LindaLawsonMiller.com