Through the fall months, Franklin Financial savings Financial institution staff have been arduous at work to help meals pantries of their native communities together with Gold Star Service Members and veteran households.
The financial institution organizes three celebrations a yr to rejoice the accomplishments of its staff. For the week of Oct. 25-29, staff remodeled a routine celebration right into a mixed effort to supply for space meals pantries. Groups competed in a bankwide meals drive, known as “Fall Bounty Week,” that highlighted wholesome competitors amongst totally different departments and branches.
“‘Fall Bounty Week’ was filled with hope, motivation and optimistic power,” mentioned FSB advertising officer, Courtney Austin, in keeping with a information launch from the financial institution. “It means the world to us, as FSB staff, to come back to work and be part of a lot extra outdoors these financial institution partitions.”
The workers collected canned and boxed items, toiletry objects, together with financial donations to be dispersed amongst eight native meals pantries. Donations from staff totaled 2,500 objects and greater than $1,400.
On prime of that, the financial institution was impressed by the staff’ willingness to provide and determined to match their efforts with an $11,000 donation to be divided among the many designated meals pantries.
The receiving meals pantries included Care and Share Meals Closet, Farmington; St. Joseph Parish, Farmington; Skowhegan Neighborhood Meals Cabinet, Reward Meeting of God, Rumford; Wilton United Methodist Church, St. Rose of Lima, Jay; Rangeley Well being and Wellness; and Loaves and Fishes, Ellsworth.
The giving doesn’t cease there; each Friday and Saturday, FSB staff have the choice to put on denims to work with a $2 donation. Franklin Financial savings Financial institution staff raised over $560 within the month of September to fund Thanksgiving Baskets for Gold Star and veteran households. The financial institution additionally donated a further $800 to assist fund the hampers.
These baskets are crammed with canned and boxed items, contemporary greens, do-it-yourself pies donated by varied staff, handwritten playing cards by kids of staff, and Hannaford items playing cards for the extra perishable objects. This yr, FSB put collectively 31 baskets to learn native households.
Dr. Daybreak Elliott joins Franklin Well being Girls’s Care
FARMINGTON — Daybreak Elliott, MD, has joined the Franklin Memorial Hospital medical workers as a doctor at Franklin Well being Girls’s Care. Elliott is a full-scope OB/GYN supplier specializing in high-risk being pregnant, perinatal temper problems, household planning and infertility. She has greater than 20 years of affected person care expertise.
Elliott acquired her medical diploma from the College of Vermont Faculty of Medication in Burlington, adopted by an OB/GYN residency at Madigan Military Medical Middle in Fort Lewis, Washington and Tripler Military Medical Middle in Honolulu, Hawaii. She most lately supplied care at Evans Military Neighborhood Hospital in Fort Carson, Colorado. She is board-certified by the American Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
“I’m honored to work with ladies to optimize their well-being,” mentioned Elliott, in keeping with a information launch from the hospital. “As an obstetrician-gynecologist, I take advantage of evidence-based preventive care, way of life modifications and optimized medical and surgical interventions to assist ladies obtain their well being care objectives.”
Blue Marble Geographics CEO appointed to The Muskie Faculty Of Public Service Board Of Guests
HALLOWELL — Blue Marble Geographics’ CEO Patrick Cunningham was lately appointed to the College of Southern Maine’s Muskie Faculty of Public Service Board of Guests.
The Muskie Faculty of Public Service is Maine’s distinguished public coverage college, combining in depth utilized analysis and technical help portfolio with rigorous undergraduate and graduate diploma and certificates applications in geography-anthropology; tourism and hospitality; coverage, planning, and administration; and public well being. The college is nationally acknowledged for making use of revolutionary data to vital points within the fields of sustainable growth and well being and human service coverage and administration, and is residence to the Cutler Institute for Well being and Social Coverage.
“We’re delighted to have Patrick Cunningham be part of the Muskie Faculty Board of Guests,” mentioned Dr. Firooza Pavri, affiliate dean, Muskie Faculty of Public Service, in keeping with a information launch from Blue Marble Geographics. “His experience within the geospatial applied sciences enviornment will probably be an asset to our neighborhood, and we stay up for creating new coaching and experiential alternatives for our college students along with his help.”
“It’s an honor to be requested to serve on the Muskie Faculty Board of Guests,” mentioned Cunningham. “The Muskie Faculty has a wonderful graduate examine program proper right here in Maine. Blue Marble serves professionals in public coverage, well being and geography worldwide with cutting-edge geospatial software program. I’m excited to convey that have to the board to hopefully present some help with leveraging GIS on the graduate stage at USM.”
Embodying Blue Marble’s tenets of collaboration, neighborhood outreach, and training, Cunningham takes data and management expertise from his work at Blue Marble Geographics to his new place on the Muskie Faculty of Public Service Board of Guests.
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