Three Scarborough businesses were honored at the 20th annual meeting of the Scarborough Economic Development Corp., Nov. 8.

Home-Based Business of the Year award went to Mainely Scrubs. The Manufacturing and Technology Business of the Year award went to Rich Technology International. The Public Service Business of the Year was awarded to the Foundation for Blood Research.

Also recognized for his years of dedicated service was retiring chairman of the SEDCO board, Fred Kilfoil, former owner of the Millbrook Motel in Scarborough.

Speakers included Harvey Rosenfield, SEDCO president, and Steve Woods, Key Bank Maine president. The meeting took place at the Allied Home Mortgage building on Route 1.

Appointed and elected to the board of directors of the Scarborough Economic Development Corp. were:

Amelia Kurtz, vice president and trust officer for Key Bank, chair; Diane Chiarantona, vice president and area retail leader of Key Bank, vice char; Jim Damicis, owner of PolicyOne Research Inc., treasurer; Carolyn Brodsky, owner of Sterling Rope, clerk; Bill Austin, marketing director for New England Energ, LLC, member; Roger Beeley, Beeley Insurance & Investing, member; Dick Craft, retired Verizon corporate account manager, member; Cindy Hanks, practice manager, Spectrum Medical Group, Southern Division, member; Mark Maroon, owner of Allied Home Mortgage, member.

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