Main Street Enid has announced that Executive Director, Lindy Chambers is retiring.  The downtown organization will begin interviewing candidates to fill the position.  Chambers, who hopes to assist with the transition, has been involved with Main Street Enid both as a volunteer and in service as the director since 1994 when the program began.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed being involved with Main Street Enid.  It has been exciting to see how downtown has changed for the better since we began in 1994,” said Chambers.  “Main Street has given me the opportunity to learn so much more about downtown Enid:  its history and its unique architecture and the wonderful business and property owners.  My husband John and I have shared in the joys of working toward a better downtown.  I want to thank everyone who has supported Main Street’s efforts, and I look forward to seeing our mission continue:  to make our downtown the best that it can be.”

“I want to thank Lindy and John for their terrific contribution and participation in promoting Downtown Enid,” said Cara Carson, President of the Board. “Lindy has done an incredible job building awareness of the Main Street mission and I know that she truly loves our community and has made a great impact.  She will be hard to replace.”

For more information about the open position contact Cara Carson at cara.evans@encompassfsi.com.

The Route 60 Sentinel would like to thank Lindy for all of her years of service to the Enid community and wish her well on her retirement.