May 26, 2013

On the Move

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Greeley manages the project management team at Martin's Point Health Care in Portland.

n Karen MacDonald joined the board of directors for the Genesis Community Loan Fund.

MacDonald is the executive director of Port Resources. She has more than 20 years of experience working with specialized housing programs.

n The Cromwell Center for Disabilities Awareness added Len Gulino and John Hall?o its board of directors.

Gulino is counsel with the law firm of Bernstein Shur. Hall?s the president and chief executive officer of Cate Street Capital.


The construction firm Reed & Reed has earned the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program Award for the Sewall's Bridge project in York.

• Two Salty Dogs Pet Outfitters in Boothbay Harbor was voted Maine's Best Pet Store by a Downeast Dog News readers' poll.

The store raises funds for local animal shelters with initiatives such as "Deb's Used Tennis Balls." The store also has adopted a pet-friendly hiking trail managed by the Boothbay Region Land Trust.

• Republic Jewelry on Center Street in Auburn was recognized with the Challenge Coin by the Auburn Police Department.

The coin, presented to owner Dan Cunliffe II, was given in recognition of Republic's efforts to help reduce property crime.

• The Greater Portland Convention + Visitors Bureau presented the following awards during its 31st annual meeting in April.

The Casco Bay Award was presented to the Portland Museum of Art; Member of the Year Award, the Maine Mall; the Lighthouse Leadership Award, Portland Sea Dogs; and Bring Yours Home Award, Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.

• Jeffrey Morris, a certified professional photographer for the Pierce Studio in Brunswick, won numerous print awards at the Maine Professional Photographers Association convention held last month

His image, A Scrap of History, of an old railroad locomotive, earned him the Certified Professional Photographer Award.

He also received six other print awards for family portraits, high school senior portraits, and several other images of local interest including a Maine State Music Theatre portrait.

• Oak Street Lofts, a LEED Platinum-certified affordable housing community in Portland developed and owned by Avesta Housing, won the 19th Annual Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Award in the category of green housing.

The building's 37 apartments are 40 percent more energy efficient than the typical apartment in a multi-family building.

• Atayne was recently named a "Best for the World" company for creating the most overall positive social and environmental impact.

Atayne is the only company in Maine and one of only four in New England to be recognized in the 2013 "Best for the World" list.

• SeniorsPlus, the aging and disability resource center for Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties, was an exemplary award recipient in the category of Outstanding Non-Profit Volunteer Program at this year's annual Governor's Awards for Service and Volunteerism held on April 24, 2013.


• Lydia H. Atwood, a senior business valuation analyst at BerryDunn, earned the Certified Valuation Analyst designation. Atwood has more than 20 years of experience in financial, human resource and operational management.


• Dr. David S. Palmer, a longtime local dentist, is retiring in June. All patient records will be transferred to his longtime friend and colleague, Dr. Robert DeRice of 12 Sanborn St. in Portland.

• Glenn Almlov, safety and environmental manager at Sabre Yachts, is retiring after 40 years at Sabre.

Almlov, of Bridgton, became an assembly associate in 1973, building the Sabre 28 and Sabre 34 sailboats. Soon after, he was transferred to the wood shop and became a part of the product development team. In 1992, he became a supervisor of the wood shop and product development. His position evolved into safety and environmental manager.


• Beyond the Sea, which has been located in downtown Belfast for the past six years, has relocated to Lincolnville Beach and is open for business.

• Briggs Advertising in Bath was hired by the Massachusetts Library System to craft a new brand and communications plan. Briggs is a brand development and marketing communications firm.

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