May 21, 2018
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Board of Directors

BANGOR — The 2014 board of directors for Eastern Maine Development Corp. are Mark Woodward, chairman; Micki Sumpter, vice chairman; Daniel Tremble, clerk; Dave Milan, treasurer; Tom Lizotte, past chairman; Dennis Damon; James Gilway; Julie Green; Susan Hammond; Ralph Harvey; Gail Kelly; Brian Langley; John Moore; Chuck Rohn; Jane Searles; Erik Stumpfel; Cary Weston and Garrett Wilkin. Stumpfel and Weston are new to the board.

The commissioners from each county that EMDC serves will name representatives at a later date to serve on the board of directors.


Making the season bright

BANGOR — For the past three years, Penobscot Community Health Center’s Capehart Community Health Center located at 86 Davis Road has been helping members of the community through the generosity and support of the Downeast Toyota-Scion Wellness Center, and Food and Medicine, both of Brewer. During this holiday season, the Downeast Toyota-Scion Wellness Center will make Christmas magical for 25 children in the Capehart community though the donation of toys and warm clothing.

Food and Medicine helped Capehart Community Health Center ensure that 10 families would have a full Thanksgiving meal, through the donation of turkey baskets. The staff of Capehart Community Health Center helped distribute the donations.


EMDC Champions

BANGOR — The Eastern Maine Development Corp. has honored seven area businesses or organizations that have supported EMDC. The “EMDC Champions” are Bangor Adult Education, Bangor Savings Bank, city of Bangor Health and Community Services, Eastern Maine Community College, Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law, United Technology Center and Zone Radio.


Food donation

BANGOR — Continuing a holiday tradition among its subsidiary companies, Lynch Logistics Inc. and Lynco Inc. will donate more than 2,600 pounds of food to the Good Shepherd Food Bank.

Spearheaded by employees Sue Clark and Mary Henrique, Lynch Logistics and Lynco orchestrated a companywide plan this year to collect donations for the holiday season. The effort began with a Chili Challenge Cook-Off in October, followed up the Cook-Off in November.

Headquartered in Bangor, Lynch Logistics Inc. and Lynco, Inc have more than 30 years’ experience providing integrated transportation, warehousing and logistics services throughout the United States and Canada. Its subsidiary companies include Central Maine Moving and Storage, Central Maine Transport, Central Maine Truck and Trailer Service, Consolidated Warehouse, Freight Central and Records Management Center. For more information about the 2013 Holiday Food Drive, call 800-639-9704 or visit

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