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Jamestown Noon Rotary Club
Three individuals have joined as members of the Jamestown Noon Rotary Club. They include: Cassie Brigham, Michael Inman and Kristen Johnson.
Cassandra Brigham and her husband Robert are the new owners of the Powers, Present & Sixbey Funeral Home, Inc. on Fifth Street in Jamestown. A graduate of Maple Grove High School, Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and Jamestown Community College, Mrs. Brigham is a licensed funeral director in both New York and Pennsylvania with more than 12 years of experience in funeral service. She is a member of the New York State and Chautauqua County Funeral Directors Association and the First United Methodist Church. Mr. Brigham is employed by Jamestown Metal Company as a Lean Process Engineer. Together, the couple has two teenage children.
Originally from Bordentown, New Jersey, Michael Inman telecommutes from his Bemus Point home as a financial analyst at Level 3 Communications in Denver. He is in his second year of graduate school at Northeastern University in Boston where he is pursuing an MBA and MS in Finance. A graduate of Eastern College in Pennsylvania, Inman lives with his wife and two children. His wife works in the Lenhart Hotel family business.
Kristen Johnson is the Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at Jamestown Community College. She returned to Jamestown after three years at the Elk Regional Health Center, St. Mary’s Pennsylvania, where she worked in public relations and writing for the hospital’s capital campaign. Ms. Johnson formerly worked as the Post Journal city beat reporter and as a reporter/editor in North Carolina. She serves on the Board of Directors at Infinity Visual& Performing Arts and volunteers as a writer for the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation where she is also involved in the GROW program. She volunteers in marketing with the Jamestown Audubon Society. A graduate of Frewsburg High School, Ms. Johnson graduated from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania.
The Jamestown Noon Rotary Club is a local service club that assists the community through fund raising and service projects. The Club holds weekly Monday lunch meetings at noon at the Robert H. Jackson Center. Examples of club projects include reading in local schools, distributing books to children, hosting foreign exchange students, contributing to the National Comedy Hall of Fame, highway clean-up, camperships for the disabled and the Salvation Army Christmas Red Kettle Campaign, to name but a few.