WATERVILLE, Maine - Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers joins the Maine Association of Nonprofits (MANP) at the 16th annual Maine Nonprofit Day at the State House. Nonprofit Day provides an opportunity for nonprofits and government to assert their commitment to working together in order to creatively, efficiently and effectively serve the people of Maine.
Minneapolis, Minn. – Marina Holdings LLC, holding company for Yarmouth Boat Yard and Moose Landing Marina, has been named one of the Top 100 dealers in North America by Boating Industry, the leading trade publication for the marine industry.
PORTLAND, Maine (December 19, 2018) – Verrill Dana attorney Elizabeth Connellan Smith was elected to the Executive Board of the National Workers’ Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN) at the organization’s Minneapolis meeting in September. Smith has been a member of the NWCDN since 2006 and in this new capacity as a board member, she will participate in the governance of that organization.
November 29, 2018 Yarmouth, Maine — Freedom Boat Club (FBC) of Maine was recently recognized as “Rookie of the Year” at the FBC National Franchise Conference in Sarasota, Florida. This award is given to the most promising new franchise that opens each year. Maine beat out 25 other new FBC franchise locations to earn this designation based on its fast growth and solid accomplishments.
Hosted by African Dundada Friday, December 7 – 5:30-9pm in the Library’s Atrium
Join Portland Public Library for a multicultural evening of performances by immigrant artists hosted by African Dundada. The evening will be held during First Friday Art Walk and designed for audience members to stop by for a few performances or to stay for the entire show. It will be held in the Library’s atrium.
Camden, ME, November 21, 2018 – Camden National Bank recently announced the Grand Prize winner of its eight-week fall sweepstakes, Spend & Win. Regan Cahalan won $5,000 for using her debit card for everyday purchases throughout the promotional period, and she celebrated her win this month with the Camden Main Office banking center
Topsham, Maine – Beth Wood has joined Bar Harbor Bank & Trust as Vice President, Compliance Manager. Working from the Bank’s Topsham branch, Beth helps coordinate the Bank’s overall compliance management system. She oversees the work of team members, monitors and responds to new and changing regulations, and ensures policies and procedures are up to date so banking operations run smoothly.
National Book Award-winning author Phillip Hoose is back with his nonfiction title for teen readers, Attucks! Oscar Robertson and the Basketball Team That Awakened a City (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018). Portland Public Library is excited to host Mr. Hoose on December 5 at noon for a lunchtime discussion of his latest work featuring special guest interviewers from Portland High School. This author visit is free, open to the public, and perfect for those fans of exciting historical nonfiction, the civil rights era, and basketball.
This marks the Bank’s ninth time as a FAME award recipient
Camden, ME, November 19, 2018 – The Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) presented Camden National Bank with the Lender at Work for Maine Award at its annual Showcase Maine event in Portland. The award category was reserved for lenders with over $1.5 billion in assets. This is Camden National Bank’s ninth time as a FAME awardee, recognizing the Bank’s outstanding commitment to supporting Maine businesses and jobs. Over the past year, Camden National Bank partnered with FAME on 57 loans totaling over approximately $18 million. This, in turn, helped to create 79 Maine jobs and retain an additional 566 jobs.
Saturday, December 1 from 11:00am-1:00pm in the Rines Auditorium
Join artists Pamela Moulton and Titi de Baccarat for a multi-generational art workshop celebrating artistic traditions from cultures represented in Portland’s Immigrant communities. Participants will create imaginary, surreal, and multi-cultural wishing houses. A myriad of materials will be available ranging from felt, fabric, buttons, plastic, paint, and more to encourage imaginations to soar. The wishing houses can be suspended on the large tree of life constructed by the artists. The whimsical tree is fabricated out of folded cardboard and miles of Kraft paper. The tree and constructed houses will be displayed at Portland Public Library. Participants may also bring their creations home if they prefer.