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HR Legislation

Saturday, August 17, 2013

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Amy Volk
State Rep for House District 127
Scarborough, Maine

Highlighting current HR legislation –
Amy Volk is the State Representative for House District 127, which includes part of Scarborough in Cumberland County.

She has been appointed to serve on the Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development Committee for the 125th Maine State Legislature. Rep. Volk resides in Scarborough with her husband Derek, the Vice President of a third-generation family business, Volk Packaging Corporation. They have four children.

Rep. Volk is active in the local community as the Board Secretary for the Root Cellar, a founding member of the Scarborough Young Life Advisory Committee, a member of Moms in Touch (Scarborough Chapter), and a member of the Church of the Holy Spirit Parish Council. She has also served as the Board Secretary of The Children’s Theatre of Maine.

A graduate of Catherine McAuley High School in Portland, Rep. Volk went on to earn a B.S. in Human Development from the University of Maine. In addition to her legislative duties and community involvement Rep. Volk owns a small business and she has also worked as a substitute teacher. Rep. Volk’s personal interests include spending time with her family, running, Pilates, weight training, reading, and singing in her church’s worship band. She is also an expert softball, soccer, and figure skating spectator.