Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Kennebec Journal Staff
Green previously served with the Maine Conservation Corps Field Team in 2008 as a team member. She is a graduate of Livermore Falls High School and a 2011 graduate of the University of Maine, Farmington where she studied environmental science and biology.
WATERVILLE -- Brien Crisci of Augusta placed first in the Smart State Championship held recently at the Alfond Youth Center, making her the 2011 Maine State Champion in Kamite (fighting) in the 15- to 17-year-old division.
Brien is a black belt at the United Martial Arts Academy in Augusta.
AUGUSTA -- Spectrum Generations has announced several recent staffing changes.
Diane Woodworth, a certified fundraising executive with more than 25 years of experience in the field, has been hired as development director.
A graduate of University of Maine, Augusta, Woodworth was director of philanthropy and public affairs at Mount Desert Hospital and development manager at The Jackson Laboratory, and most recently director of development for the New Hampshire Humanities Council in Concord, N.H.
Julie Sexton has been hired as volunteer manager/grant writer. Sexton, of Winthrop, received a bachelor's degree from the University of Maine, Farmington. She was previously employed by Franklin Memorial Hospital as development assistant.
Rachel McAllian was hired as a Bridges Help at Home personal services supervisor. McAllian received a bachelor's degree in healthcare management from Husson University and previously worked at the MaineCare Pharmacy Help Desk. She has volunteered for the Red Cross and was involved with organizing relief packages sent to Haiti.
She will supervise Bridges Help at Home services in the southern Kennebec area.
Amanda Simonds was recently promoted to Adult DayBreak activities aide at the community centers in Hallowell and Waterville. Simonds, whose previous position was as a personal services specialist with the Bridges Help at Home Division, has a bachelor's degree in social work.
For more information, call 800-639-1553.
AUGUSTA -- Brian Baggott, M.D., recently retired from practice at Kennebec Gastrointestinal Associates, now known as MaineGeneral Gastroenterology, 6 East Chestnut St., Suite C3.
For more information, call 621-1150.
KENT, Conn. -- Mariah Farrell, a student in the fifth form at Kent School, was named to the honor roll for the 2011-12 fall term.
Farrell is the daughter of Michael Farrell of Vassalboro, Maine, and Michelle Kingsbury of Oakland, Maine.
JAY -- Tyler Ward recently received a high school diploma from Regional School Unit 73 Spruce Mountain Adult Education in Jay. Ward and his family, of Winthrop, attended a presentation ceremony at the RSU 73 superintendent's office in Livermore Falls. Superintendent of Schools Robert Wall presented Ward, who is part of the delayed entry program with the Marine Corps, with his diploma. Ward recently left home for 12 weeks of basic training at Parris Island in South Carolina.
RINDGE, N.H. -- Ryan Leach of Farmingdale, Maine, has been named to the dean's list at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge.
Leach is a sophomore majoring in professional sports and recreation management. He is a pitcher for the Franklin Pierce baseball team. In summer of 2011 he played in the New England College Baseball League for the Sanford Mainers and is contracted to play in the Coastal Plain League for the Florence, S.C., Red Wolves this coming summer.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Sarah Franzel, class of 2014 at Muhlenberg College, was named to the fall 2011 semester dean's list.
A theatre major, she is the daughter of Jay Franzel and a graduate of Maranacook Community School.
UNITY -- Nicole Prescott, daughter of Barry and Melanie Prescott and Carol Swift, of Dixfield and Farmingdale, has been named to the fall 2011 semester dean's list at Unity College.
Prescott is a third-year student, majoring in conservation law enforcement with a psychology minor.
WEST HAVEN, Conn. -- Alexandrea Albert of Gardiner, Maine, a freshman at the University of New Haven, was named to the fall 2011 semester dean's list .
WEST HAVEN, Conn. -- Brandon Caron of West Gardiner, Maine, recently received a $3,000 scholarship from Yamaha Motorsports Dealership Scholarship Program.
Caron is the son of David Jones. He is studying management of sports industries at the University of New Haven.