Clients in the News

The Cromwell Center

Lewiston fifth-grader wins essay contest

The Cromwell Center for Disabilities Awareness held the annual dinner and auction on May 16 at the Marriott Sable Oaks. The banquet raised $125,000… Read more

Stop bullying, train kids in diversity early

The Cromwell Center is working to teach thousands of Maine kids about inclusion in elementary schools across the state.
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Hundreds rally around program that promotes inclusion and respect in Maine schools

Hundreds rallied around an organization tonight that teaches disability awareness and inclusion in our schools.
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Cromwell Center for Disabilities Awareness to hold annual Dinner and Auction

The Cromwell Center will be hosting its annual Dinner and Auction 5 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at the Marriott Sable Oaks, 200 Sable Oaks Drive.
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Saco & Biddeford Savings

Maine Voices: Supporting school nutrition is an investment in our future

Public policies and private initiatives are aimed at making it easier for students to get dependable meals.
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SacoSTEAM gains funding momentum in second year

Nonprofit aims to increase resources for teacher-initiated projects 
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S&B Financial Services recognizes employee achievement 

S&B Financial Services, located at Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution, Maine’s oldest bank, is pleased to announce that Lisa Dube of Saco has successfully earned the Series 6 and Series 63 registrations
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Saco & Biddeford Savings promotes Gary Trempe

Mainebiz newsworthy people and performances

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Students score free lunch thanks to Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution

The Boston Red Sox slugged 105 home runs at Fenway Park last season and as a result, Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution donated $5,400 to six school nutrition programs throughout York and Cumberland counties.

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WordLab in the news

WordLab apprentice program provides career opportunities

The goal is to both attract young professionals and keep homegrown talent in a state facing an aging workforce.
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Newsworthy people and performances for Sept. 2, 2019

New hires: WordLab, a communications apprenticeship program started by Linda Varrell of Broadreach Public Relations in Portland, hired as client associates Katherine Hulit, Brian Lee, Kyle Walton, Glendon Zernicke, Sacha Kiesman, Scott Michael and Lauren Whitney.
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Employers flock to 80-year-old apprenticeship program amid workforce crunch

Rapidly growing participation in the state-administered program is raising concerns that it will become overwhelmed.
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First-of-Its-Kind Communications Firm Provides Workforce Solution for Maine

A new company has launched in Portland that’s providing a unique solution to combat the exodus of Maine’s young workforce. WordLab ®, which began operating in February, is a state-accredited, full-time communications apprenticeship program that is attracting young professionals to Maine while also keeping homegrown talent here.
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