WATERVILLE, Maine — Ryan Poulin of New Dimensions Federal Credit Union, Waterville Area Citizen Award Dinner Chair, announced that Kimberly Lindlof, President/ CEO of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, will receive this year’s award from the Kennebec Valley District Boy Scouts for her 20+ years of service to the greater Waterville area.
The award will be presented on April 3rd at the Boy Scouts’ annual fundraising dinner being held at Thomas College. This fundraising event will help support over 10,000 scouts, leaders, and family members served by Scouting in central, western, and southern Maine.
“Through Kimberly’s work on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce and the numerous organizations she lends her time and leadership skills to, she actively demonstrates many of the same values that Scouting works to instill into its participants. It is an honor for us to have this opportunity to recognize Kimberly,” said Scott Verrill, District Director and local Scouting representative.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) mission is to provide opportunities to encourage young people to build character, train them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develop personal fitness. For over a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun.
The ceremony will be led by Ryan Poulin and will feature local Scouts and leaders. Beth Gibbs, Senior Vice President of Finance at Thomas College, and a member of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, will present Kimberly with the award.
For more information about the event please contact District Director Matt Mower at (207) 797-5252 ext 21 or email@example.com.
The Kennebec Valley District is one of four Pine Tree Council’s, BSA’s serving the Scouting program in Kennebec, Somerset, Franklin, Knox and Lincoln counties. For more information about Scouting in this area, please contact District Director Scott Verrill at (207) 797-5252 ext 28 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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