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Remodeled office for massage therapist

Lori Yee, a state-certified California Massage Therapy Council member, moved into her remodeled office March 1.

She remains in the West Park Building at the corner of Highway 9 and West Park Avenue in Boulder Creek.

Yee, who holds a master’s degree in organizational behavior from Golden Gate University and is a reiki practitioner, has offered massage in Boulder Creek since 2005.

Prom dresses collected in SV

Scotts Valley’s UPS Store, 245 Mount Hermon Road, and Comcast office, 106 Whispering Pines Drive, are collecting gently used prom dresses as part of Classic Cleaners’ annual dress drive.

The annual drive collects formal dresses for students who cannot easily afford new dresses for spring proms at local high schools.

For information: www.promdressdrive.org.

Chamber announces new board members

The San Lorenzo Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2012 board of directors.

Bryan Chambers, a realtor for Bailey Properties, is first-time president. Mary Andersen of Andersen Construction will serve as vice president; Cameron Haste, the vice president and chief operating officer of Bay Federal Credit Union, is treasurer; and Beth Hollenbeck, the owner of Glacier Records, is secretary.

Returning board members include Kira Ruvo of the San Lorenzo Valley Business Directory and Gail Kinstler of Business Video Creations.

An election of nominated candidates in April will fill remaining open positions on the board.

“In these difficult times, I am honored to be in a position to help local businesses grow,” Chambers said. “I grew up in the San Lorenzo Valley and have a particular passion to see long-time businesses thrive and new businesses get off to a great start.”

Railroad businessman named to tourism board

Paul Nakamoto, the director of business development for Roaring Camp Railroads in Felton, was named to the executive committee of the board of directors of NTA, a professional organization dealing in tourism.

Nakamoto served as an at-large director for two years before becoming a member of the board’s executive committee, which guides board decisions.

The group meets throughout the year to create business-building opportunities for NTA members and to advance the association’s legislative goals. Members represent 40 countries.

For information: www.ntaonline.com

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