Meet Lynsey Powers

by Nancy Crosby | May 02, 2013

You’ll find a new, smiling face behind the front desk at the Keystone Crossing office these days. Stop in and introduce yourself to Lynsey Powers, who joined the MAP staff in April. Powers and her husband, who is a self-employed architect, live in Indianapolis, but have a “second home” in Pentwater, Michigan. Pentwater is described by Powers as “a peaceful spot that looks as if it might have been drawn by Norman Rockwell.”

An avid reader, Powers also enjoys visiting museums. The most unusual experience she has had, however, wouldn’t have been at a library or a museum. Powers was once tagged by a rare mountain gorilla in the wild of the jungle in Rwanda. Stop by the Keystone office to find out more!

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