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In many ways, no public service is more critical to the town of Chester than the actions of the Board of Finance. We are fortunate to have a candidate this year for Alternate member of the board in Andrew Gardner, who will bring a combination of knowledge, integrity, and energy to that task. Andrew is a professional financial manager, with experience and skill in handling large portfolios for his clients. He not only understands the challenges of financial decision-making, he will also bring a deep commitment for the town of Chester to his role. As a young professional, Andrew chose to live in Chester seven years ago and has eagerly welcomed opportunities to serve our community.
Since Andrew’s arrival, he has been an active member of Chester Rotary and involved in many service and fundraising projects, including organizing Sunday meals in Chester for the Shoreline Soup Kitchen. We need his fresh approach, financial expertise, and genuine concern for the residents of Chester on the Board of Finance. I encourage your readers to remember and join me in supporting and voting for Andrew Gardner on Election Day next Tuesday, Nov. 5.
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