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Saugus Historical Society names new secretary

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By Laura Eisener


Saugus Historical Society welcomes a new secretary, Joanie Allbee. After several years where the treasurer and the president shared the duties that typically fall to the secretary, the board is very happy to announce that Joanie has agreed to take on this position. The Saugus Historical Society is an all-volunteer organization, established in 1928.

Joanie is well known to Saugus Advocate readers as “The Sketch Artist,” and says, “I love Animals, History and Art. In my free moments usually, I can be found either crocheting or in the zone with words flying off pages or more paint on me than my canvas in a world where time and verbal words have no meaning.

“My favorite quote is from Mark Twain: ‘Kindness is a language the deaf can hear and the blind can see.’

“Being a member and volunteer of Saugus Historical Society for years, I humbly accepted the position of Secretary in December and enjoy being a part of a great Board Member Team.”

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