Jonathan M. Perkins, son of Gerald and Joyce Perkins of Orrington, earned his master’s degree in international studies at the University of Washington, Seattle. He received the Henry P. Tatsumi scholarship for excellence in the study of Japanese language and was awarded teaching and research assistantships at the Jackson School of International Studies. He is employed at the Natioanl Bureau of Asian Research in Seattle. —-
Charles M. “Chip” Hutchins and Terri Roberts, both of Bangor, have been elected to the Community Health and Counseling Services board of directors. Hutchins is vice president of administration for Alternative Energy Inc., a Bangor-based power production development and operating company. He also is president of Gopher Hills Communications, owner and operator of two radio stations, and Burgundy Realty Corp., a real estate holding firm.
Hutchins is a member of the board of directors of the University of Maine Museum of Art and Bangor Symphony Orchestra, and president of the board of directors of Independent Energy Producers of Maine. He also serves on the University of Maine Black Bear Club board of advisers, the friends committee of the Maine Center for the Arts, and the national steering committee of the University of Maine alumni house campaign.
Roberts has been a certified public accountant for eight years with the Bangor firm of Berry, Dunn, McNeil and Parker. Roberts graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in business administration with emphasis in accounting.
Three board members have retired. Calvin E. True of Hampden, James J. Conlon of Brewer and Ralph H. Nodine of Jonesboro were recognized at a recent CHCS annual meeting for their years of dedicated service to the board and to the agency.