May 13, 2019

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W W W. M A I N E B I Z . B I Z 31 M AY 1 3 , 2 0 1 9 First National Bank and its parent com- pany, First Bancorp in Damariscotta, hired Christopher Shelton as portfolio manager at the bank's wealth management divi- sion, First National Wealth Management. Shelton is based in Ellsworth. [ P R O M O T I O N S ] OTELCO, a wireline telecommunica- tions company, promoted Jermey Bennett to voice and data network engineer in Bangor. Clark Insurance in Portland promoted JoAnn Martin to account executive, Carol Sulides-Yerxa to team lead of the small business unit and Dana Hayward to account manager in the personal insurance department. Geiger, a promo- tional products distributor in Lewiston, promoted Rachelle Power to vice president corporate pro- grams. Power was previously director of sales, service and marketing. e company also promoted Erika Leary to opera- tions manager, Corey Dill to assistant operations manager and Wayne St. Germain to accounts payable supervi- sor in Total Care; Dylan Harrington to applications developer II; Kelly Sutton to manager of client services in corporate programs; Gloria Escobar to distribution specialist II; and Crystal Coolong to order verifier supervisor. Camden National Bank promoted Pamela Kenniston to senior vice president, senior retail loan officer. Kenniston, who started her career with the bank in 1990, was previously vice president, senior retail lender. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in Augusta pro- moted Nate Webb to director of its wild- life division. Webb was previously supervisor of the Wildlife Resource Assessment Section in Bangor. Pamela Kenniston Nate Webb Our new website is live! SEE WHAT'S NEW AT MAINEBIZ.BIZ TODAY! Designed to look great on all your devices, our new site helps you get more informed, engaged and connected to Maine business. May 23, 5–7pm Bayside Bowl, Portland MEREDA is proud to host its 7th Annual "Strikes for Scholars" Fundraising Event at Bayside Bowl in Portland on May 23, 2019. "Strikes for Scholars" supports scholarships for Maine students pursuing studies in building trades, architecture, construction, engineering or a business program at a Maine Community College (MCCS), or the College of Science, Technology & Health at the University of Southern Maine. An educated workforce is vital to support economic development and MEREDA supports a strong education system. Over the past 6 years, MEREDA is proud to have raised and donated over $87,000 in scholarships helping over 62 Maine students by making it a little easier for them to achieve their goal of obtaining a college credential. Donations are welcome! Contact the MEREDA office at ( 207 ) 874-0801 All net proceeds benefit the MEREDA Scholarship Fund. Join MEREDA at its 7th Anniversary "Strikes for Scholars" Bowl-A-Thon Fundraising Event ATTENDANCE ENCOURAGED EVEN WITH BOWLING LANES SOLD OUT! Support this worthy cause by joining us May 23rd to cheer on our bowling teams, network, and participate in cash raffle prizes! Be sure to bring cash! Thank you to our sponsors! Christopher Shelton Rachelle Power

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