This month, we’re putting the spotlight on our very own Heather MacKenzie Thorne. Heather was recently awarded the 2019 Rising Star Award by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. She is very involved with Waterville’s business community, currently serving in these roles: 2nd Vice Chair on the Mid-Maine Chamber Board of Directors Chair of the Chamber’s..
It’s September 2020, the year of the global pandemic that came to be known as COVID19. The entire country shut down. When the shut down began people were losing their jobs and no one could go anywhere, not even essential places like doctors and dental offices unless it was a true emergency. Entire..
April 29, 2020, Morning Sentinel— Educare Central Maine in Waterville recently received nearly 500 children’s books to assist families in need of reading and educational materials during this time of isolation from Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, SAPPI and Marden’s Discount Store, according to a news release from the chamber. Members of KV Connect picked up..
Colby Echo, February 26, 2020– Approximately 40% of food in the United States is wasted. In spite of this, about 20% of Waterville citizens do not have access to healthy food. Poverty and food insecurity are major and often hidden issue in the community. Colby junior Ja’Sean Holmes `21 is working to confront issues of..
JUNE 2020 — When I tell others that I’m a financial advisor, one of the most common reactions is: “Oh, all that money and investing stuff is so abstract to me.” And I see where they’re coming from. More and more of us get paid, pay bills, and save for retirement electronically, and it happens..
KV Connect members Sean Conerly and Garvan Donegan featured in the Morning Sentinel around the expansion of Maine Technology Group. “The company expanded from its Winslow home base into a 6,000-square-foot satellite property on Kennedy Memorial Drive in Oakland earlier in June. The move brings with it four new jobs, MacDonald said, which raises its..
Thriving Under 30: Garvan in Waterville THRIVING UNDER 30: How one guy sees "Winnie The Pooh" as a possible catalyst for a future workforce in central Maine. Posted by NEWS CENTER Maine on Wednesday, May 3, 2017