Howell served on the FCHN/FMH board of directors from 2004 to 2013 and the organizations financing committee from 2004 to 2015, working as treasurer and chairman for five years. During his tenure he also has actually served on numerous search committees for senior leadership, consisting of for primary monetary officer in 2011 and chief executive officer in 2008. Howell was likewise a member of the companies patient experience team and financial investment committee.
Beginning in December 2008, Howell was part of an unique committee to assess facility choices and capital investment go back to make a suggestion to the board of directors regarding the feasibility of building a medical arts center in the Livermore Falls area. The committees recommendation concerned fruition in January 2012 when the Androscoggin Valley Medical Arts Center opened.
FCHN grew exponentially from 2004 to 2015 with Jef showing dynamic finance abilities and immeasurable company proficiency during this time, stated Rebecca Arsenault, FCHN president and primarypresident. I would like to extend my gratitude for his devotion and for volunteering for hundreds of hours to guarantee the success of our company.
Howell currently acts as purchasing supervisor for Verso Corporations Androscoggin Mill. He started at the Jay mill in 1981 shortly after his college graduation. Howell and his spouse, Cathi, now reside in New Harbor. They are the moms and dads of two adult children who reside in the Boston area.
Local ladies open new Brunswick boutique
Two local ladies just recently opened Borrow My Shop, a Brunswick-based rental shop located at 124 Maine St., Suite 104 in the Senter Place building, according to a press release from the shop.
The shop will be open from 10 am to 6 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Ria Glenn DeMay, of Hallowell, and Stacey Rice, of Augusta, fulfilled while working at Colby College. DeMay is an attorney and Rice is a previous marketing expert.
Borrow My Store accommodates consumers who desire to upgrade their wardrobes by leasing designer gowns, purses and accessories. The shop provides customers a chance to lease dresses for everything from interviews and meetings to weddings, senior proms and parties. Customers likewise have the alternative to acquire any products in the shop.
The shop gives customers the Lease to Own choice for authentic luxury handbags by designers such as Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Gucci and Louis Vuitton. Borrow My Shop will likewise be taking new and very carefully made use of designer bags and dresses on consignment.
The boutique will be having regular free gifts for those who join their e-mail list. They recently gave away a Michael Kors bag valued at $248 to one fortunate winner who joined their e-mail list and liked them on Facebook.
For added info concerning Borrow My Shop, go to www.borrowmyboutique.com/.
Chip Eastman new electrical expert at Augusta Fuel
Chip Eastman, former owner of Reitze Electric of Augusta, has recently signed up with the Augusta Fuel Company group. At AFC, Eastman will be assisting to grow the AFC Electrical brand residentially and commercially. Eastman is a master electrical expert and brings practically 15 years of field experience with him.
As a former company owner, Chip truly comprehends ways to combine quality craftsmanship with great customercustomer support, Marc Lacasse, AFC president and CEO, stated. Hes a terrific addition to our group.
In his early career, Eastman spent three years serving in the US Army as a light infantryman, followed by 5 years in the IBEW electrical apprenticeship program. Most recently, Eastman has been working at the Capital Location Technical Center at Cony High School as the electrical building instructor where he has delighted in teaching students the ins and outs of electrical work.
Considering that 1888, AFC has actually worked to supply the finestthe very best house and industrial convenience options with a professionalism and dependability that is unparalleled. They supply heating oil and lp items along with heating, plumbing, electrical, home cooling and office COOLING AND HEATING services for the main Maine location. They can be reached by phone at 623-3851 or found online at www.afccomfort.com.
Cedar Ridge Center gets national quality award
Cedar Ridge Center has actually been selected as a 2015 recipient of the Silver Accomplishment in Quality for its exceptional efficiency in the health care career. The award is among three unique awards possible through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living. The competitive award program highlights choose centers across the country that work as designs of quality in supplying high-quality long-term and post-acute care.
We are all so pleased of this recognition, said Michael McDougall, administrator of Cedar Ridge Center. The key to our success is our committed team. Their difficult work and dedication to improving the lives of the homeowners we care for every day is why we remain in this position. Weve dedicated ourselves to this quality trip and are expecting the next level.
Implemented in 1996, the National Quality Award Program is focused on the core values and criteria of the Baldrige Performance Quality Program. The program assists service providers of long-term and post-acute care services in attaining their efficiency excellence objectives. The program has three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold. The awards are sponsored by AHCA/NCAL Associate Business Members My InnerView, by National Research study Corporation and PointRight.
Cedar Ridge was one of 128 centers to get the Silver level award, which was provided throughout the AHCA/NCAL 66th Yearly Convention and Exposition Oct. 4-7 in San Antonio, Texas.
Cedar Ridge is a recently remodelled, 74-bed center set in central Maine and provides full rehabilitation services, a boosted dish strategy, numerous recreation and leisure opportunities and 24-hour proficient nursing care.
Chamber of Commerce to host Patricia Quinn at luncheon Nov. 3
Patricia Quinn is arranged to speak at the Chambers Leading Womens Luncheon, which will be held from 11:30 am to 1 pm Nov. 3 at OBriens Event Center in Waterville. Leading Womens Luncheon is a series of events arranged quarterly by Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Anthem.
Each occasion in the Leading Womens Luncheon series features a female who has actually achieved excellent success in her field as a visitor speaker. Though the series concentrates on womens experiences and difficulties in pursuing successful professions, men and ladies are equally welcome to attend the occasion.
Quinn is a native of Connecticut and holds a bachelor’s degree degree in business administration and marketing. She signed up with the Northern New England Traveler Rail Authority in October 2000 to promote the inauguration of the Downeaster and was formally selected executive director in September 2005. Patricia got the Amtrak Presidents Service and Safety Award for State Partners in 2007, was recognized as one of Maines The majority of Intriguing Individuals by Portland Publication in 2009, a Woman to See by Maine Biz in August 2011 and Non-Profit Business Leader of the Year by Maine Biz in March 2014.
Registration for the event is $25 general admission, which consists ofthat includes admission and luncheon buffet. Area is restricted, so pre-registration is liked.
Franklin Memorial Medical facility granted A grade
The Leapfrog Group just recently awarded Franklin Memorial Medical facility an A as determined by its national ratings program, according to a news release.
The Health center Safety Score is the gold standard score for patient safety, compiled under the guidance of the nations leading client security professionals and administered by The Leapfrog Group, a national, independent nonprofit.
We have an organizational effort and commitment to best-practice requirements of care with a focus on client safety and robust scientific info systems intendedtargeted at enhancing client care, said Rebecca Arsenault, FMH president. This 3rd successive An acknowledgment highlights that this health center is making incredible strides in providing the highest quality of care to the locals and visitors of Greater Franklin County. This positive affirmation by this independent reviewer, together with others consisting of The Joint Commission and the National Quality Steps of Breast Centers Program just enhances our decision to continue our efforts to excel at all levels of our health shipment system.
Established under the guidance of Leapfrogs Blue Ribbon Specialist Panel, the Medical facility Safety Rating makes use of 28 measures of publicly readily available healthcare facility safety information to produce a single A, B, C, D or F rating, representing a healthcare facilities overall capability to keep clients safe from avoidable damage.
To see Franklin Memorial Hospitals ratings as they compare nationally and in your area and to find security tips for clients and their liked ones, go to the Healthcare facility Safety Rating website at www.hospitalsafetyscore.org.
NAWIC inducts new board of officers, directors
The National Association of Women in Building Maine Chapter 276 inducted its brand-new board of officers and directors at its October board and subscription meeting at the Senator Inn in Augusta.
Board of officers are president, Robin Wood of Reed amp; Reed; vice president, Heather Berlinski of Kleinfelder; treasurer, Bethany Martin of Reed amp; Reed; recording secretary, Mackenzie Kersbergen of Maine Department of Transport; and matching secretary, Lori Gile of Auburn Concrete. The board of directors are Margo Walsh of Maine Works; Rachel Theriault of All States Asphalt, Inc.; Brooke Glidden of Kleinfelder; and Kyla Magnusson of Preferred Building Management.
NAWIC is a not-for-profit organization with a core purpose to boost the success of females in the building industry. This new board is charged with leading the membership in their neighborhood service, mentoring, networking, subscription employment and fundraising efforts for the next year. The Maine Chapter has granted more than $300,000 in scholarships to Maine university student pursuing a construction associated degree.
We have a devoted and passionate group of ladies, new president Robin Wood of Reed amp; Reed stated. The board and members are so ecstatic and concentrated on making this years event a success, the results which will only produce more money for us to award to college bound students.
Maine Chapter 276 is constantly trying to find more ladies to sign up with and work to attain their objectives. If you operate in a construction relevant field and have an interest in getting more info on how to get included, go to the site at www.NAWICMaine.org or e-mail [emailprotected]
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