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Fit at Five Biggest Loser Club

We are kicking off a new generation of Fit at Five Biggest Loser Club members. Our new resident personal trainer Ben McCrillis from Train Maine will be helping us over the next couple month shed the unwanted weight. That's right...us. You can be a part of the club too! The hope is to create an online community through the comment section below. With the Fit at Five Biggest Loser club you can find motivation, inspiration, and a great place to share your success.

Ross H. Cunningham named Practice Manager of Mid Coast Medical Group – Women’s Health Care

Ross H. Cunningham named Practice Manager  of Mid Coast Medical Group – Women’s Health Care

Cunningham named Practice Manager of Mid Coast Medical Group – Women’s Health Care

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Ross H. Cunningham, MBA, of Lisbon Falls, has been named Practice Manager of Mid Coast Medical Group – Women’s Health Care.

As Practice Manager, Cunningham will oversee the daily operations of the Women’s Health Care practice, which consists of a team of board-certified OB/GYN physicians, certified nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners. He began his new role on Feb. 6.

“Ross brings a great deal of leadership and experience to this role,” said Practice Administrator Jana Purrell in making the announcement. “He demonstrates the highest standards of customer service, a vital quality in this important role.”

Cunningham retired from the U.S. Navy after serving as Lieutenant Commander and as a Naval Flight Officer an in the P-3 Orion aircraft.

Real Estate Thursday: Maine To Receive 21 Million Dollars From The National Mortgage Settlement

Real Estate Thursday: Maine To Receive 21 Million Dollars From The National Mortgage Settlement

 

This blog is taken from the www.nationalmortgagesettlement.com website that goes into great detail regarding the settlement.  My goal was to get the information out to those that may currently be underwater on their mortgage as there are streamlined solutions in place to assist homeowners through the settlement.  This blog is not a full explanation of the settlement.

Maine Credit Unions ‘Keep ME Warm’ With $30,000 Contribution

Maine Credit Unions ‘Keep ME Warm’ With $30,000 Contribution

In response to an urgent need to help offset cuts to the federal low income Home Energy Assistance Program, known as LIHEAP, Maine’s credit unions made a collective contribution to the “Keep ME Warm” Program of $30,000.  The Keep ME Warm Program is a collaboration of the ten United Way organizations in Maine and the ten Community Action Programs.  The contribution will purchase nearly 9,000 gallons of fuel for families across Maine.

In presenting the check on behalf of Maine’s credit unions, John Murphy, President of the Maine Credit Union League, applauded the willingness of Maine’s credit unions to come together in a “cooperative effort.  Credit unions are located across Maine and have members in every community. To credit unions, helping members goes far beyond just providing financial services, it means so much more.  The opportunity to help families in communities throughout Maine heat their homes speaks directly to what credit unions are all about.

Mid Coast Hospital welcomes new audiologist, Anna K. Strange, AuD, to Rehabilitation Services

Mid Coast Hospital welcomes new audiologist, Anna K. Strange, AuD, to Rehabilitation Services

Mid Coast Hospital welcomes new audiologist, Anna K. Strange, AuD, to Rehabilitation Services

Mid Coast Hospital welcomes Anna K. Strange, AuD, to its Rehabilitation Services staff.

Dr. Strange is a clinical and dispensing audiologist and joins the Audiology Department at 310 Bath Road. She received her clinical doctorate from Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA.

“Anna’s arrival truly complements the mission of our department,” said Director of Rehabilitation Services Dory E. Holmes, MPH, TR/LL. “Our goal is to maximize or restore people to their highest level of functioning and to support healthy living.”

“Without optimal hearing, an individual cannot fully function in the community,” she said.

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