Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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• The Greater Bangor Convention and Visitors Bureau announced the winners of its 2013 Tourism and Hospitality Eagle Awards.
Northeastern Loggers Association was named the winner of the Organizational Achievement Award; Waterfront Concerts will receive the GBCVB Impact Award; and Mike Dyer, general manager of the Cross Insurance Center and longtime Bass Park director, will receive the Individual Achievement Award. The awards will be given in May.
• Lisa Trundy, a senior manager in the health care group at BerryDunn, received the coding certification from the American Academy of Professional Coders. Trundy has completed rigorous course work and testing related to the International Classification of Diseases code set. Coding rules and regulations are critical for health care organizations' compliance and reimbursement, as well as providers' diagnosis, procedures and services.
• Matt Cook has joined the board of directors for Maine State Ballet, a nonprofit dance school and performance company based in Falmouth. Cook of Saco is an operations and practice manager for Intermed. Formerly employed by Saco Bay Physical Therapy, Cook directed that company's Cure for Breast Cancer 5K. His wife, Jessica Cook, is a teacher at Maine State Ballet.