The Board of Selectmen chose between three candidates to pick a new member of the Historical Commission at last meeting on Oct. 7.
The candidate they chose, Amy Spencer, grew up in Easton and returned 5 1/2 years ago after leaving for college and living in other places including Virginia and Portland, Ore.
"I re-fell in love with Easton when I got back," said Spencer, who has a son in the school system and has a background in architecture has already volunteered around town for the Library and the PTA.
"I feel like I'm ready to take stronger commitment, increase my scope," she said. "I feel like it would be great commission to serve on. I don't want to just show up and check in on attendance... I want to give to community."
The Selectmen voted for Spencer four to one, with Selectman Dottie Fulginiti, who voted for Tim Morrissey, a resident who owns property in North Easton Village. The third candidate, Chris Kohn was on the Planning and Zoning Board of 21 years and participates in historical reenactments.