NEW FACES
• Adam Robertson has been hired as vice president of business banking and financial services at Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. He has 15 years of banking experience.

• Bonnie Faherty, financial consultant, has joined Wintergreen Financial Group. She previously worked at TD Wealth Management.

• Aaron Crawford has been named chief operating officer of Sabre Yachts. He has been in the boat business for nearly 20 years.

PROMOTIONS
• Sean Doucette has been promoted to branch manager of Northeast Bank’s Poland branch. He joined the bank in 2005 as a teller and worked his way up the ranks.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION
• Tyler Marcet, of Gorham, received a $1,000 scholarship from the Maine Water Utilities Association. A senior at the University of Maine, Marcet has served as a summer intern in the water utility field for the Brunswick and Topsham water districts.

• McDonald’s employees Scott Duley, Sabrina Fogg, Sue Fisher, Laura James and Kelly Pelletier were selected to go to the Boston Region Competition. These employees qualified to compete for the title “best of the best” in 11 different service positions.

• Tom Davis, chief executive officer of Skills Inc., is Maine’s Nonprofit Leader of 2010, as selected by Mainebiz. He is recognized for demonstrating his leadership and business acumen at the helm of Skills Inc.

• Eastern Maine Medical Center and Occupational Medical Consulting have received platinum well-workplace awards from the Wellness Council of Maine. Nationally, only 16 companies hold this three-year designation, four of which are in Maine.

• Affiliated Healthcare Systems, Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems Home Office, Inland Hospital, Maine Department of Transportation, MSAD #22, Sargent Corporation, Sebasticook Valley Hospital, The Aroostook Medical Center and The Jackson Laboratory have received gold well-workplace awards from the Wellness Council of Maine.

• Hannaford Bros. received the Irve Marsters Wellness Champion award presented to a business, and Laurie Jones Mitchell, of MaineHealth, was recognized as an individual receiving the same award from the Wellness Council of Maine.

• Southern Maine Medical Center has been named Exemplary Service Overall Best Performer for 2009 by Avatar International for the sixth consecutive year. The award is based on a full year of patient survey results.

• Leo Delicata received the Ombudsman Program’s Distinguished Service Award. He was recognized for his many years of outstanding service as an advocate for Maine’s elderly and disabled.

GENERAL
• Carol Kontos, of Windham, has been appointed AARP Maine state president. She is associate professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, where she has taught for more than 20 years.

• Timothy J. O’Brien and Brian L. Champion, of Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion, LLC, have been selected by their clients and peers as “Leaders in their Field” for 2010 by Chambers USA. This inclusion occurs through an exhaustive evaluation process by one’s clients and peer lawyers.

• Liz Campbell, retail wireless consultant in southern Maine, and Melanie Parker, retail wireless consultant in Westbrook, both of U.S. Cellular, have been chosen to participate in the 2010 Leadership Academy of New England. They are two of 17 associates that have been chosen to attend the eight-month program teaching leadership skills in competencies such as high-impact communication, making effective decisions and developing others.