East Bay Chamber welcomes new member

Joining Art of Good Health owner Mary Proietta for her ribbon-cutting were (from left) chamber board member Elaine Carvelli, friend Jane Fallon, board member Shelley Honeycutt, chamber member Elizabeth Welshman and Dr. Martin Roussell of East Bay Chiropractic. Joining Art of Good Health owner Mary Proietta for her ribbon-cutting were (from left) chamber board member Elaine Carvelli, friend Jane Fallon, board member Shelley Honeycutt, chamber member Elizabeth Welshman and Dr. Martin Roussell of East Bay Chiropractic.

Joining Art of Good Health owner Mary Proietta (holding scissors) for her ribbon-cutting were (from left) chamber board member Elaine Carvelli, friend Jane Fallon, board member Shelley Honeycutt, chamber member Elizabeth Welshman and Dr. Martin Roussell of East Bay Chiropractic.

The East Bay Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member Monday afternoon, when owner Mary Proietta symbolically “cut the ribbon” welcoming Art of Good Health to chamber membership.

A small group of friends and chamber leaders joined her outside the professional building at 970 Hope St., Bristol, where her business has been located for the past year.

Art of Good Health specializes in nutrition counseling and diabetic education. Ms. Proietta is a nationally-certified diabetic educator who has been advising people on proper diet and nutrition for many years. She works with mostly adults, though she has treated patients of all ages.

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