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Contact Gerard Queally
Spectrum Generations, CEO
October 23, 2015
PSA, A MESSAGE FROM SPECTRUM GENERATIONS CEO, GERARD QUEALLY
This time of year brings much change to our environment. The leaves change color; sportsmen get ready for hunting season; and shorts and sandals get replaced with sweaters and boots. It is also a critical time of year for Maine’s older population. The Medicare Open Enrollment Period is from October 15th through to December 7thand Spectrum Generations is here to help older adults of central Maine stay informed and answer their questions about Medicare, Medicare Advantage, and MaineCare, Medigap and other programs and benefits that supplement Medicare.
Each year Medicare health and drug plans can make changes to things like premium cost, coverage and which providers and pharmacies are in their networks. People in a Medicare health or prescription drug plan should always review the materials their plans send them, like the “Evidence of Coverage” (EOC) and “Annual Notice of Change” (ANOC) and if their plans are changing, they should make sure their plans will still meet their needs for 2016.
The Kennebec Performing Arts Company is pleased to announce that we are welcoming new musicians for our 2015-2016 season. This is an exciting opportunity to join an organization with a long history of making music in the greater Augusta area. Under the direction of Charles T. Milazzo, our three ensembles – an auditioned 4-part chorus, a large wind ensemble, and a jazz band - perform in at least two concert series each year. Our musicians are your incredibly talented neighbors and fellow community members – everyone from students to music teachers; from working professionals to the retired young-at-heart.
We are seeking both vocalists and instrumentalists. The ability to read music is required. Our chorus rehearses Monday nights from 6:30-8:30, at the Hope Baptist Church in Manchester – first rehearsal is Monday, September 14. Our Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble rehearse in several area high schools on Tuesday nights from 5:45-7:00 and 7:00-8:30, respectively. First rehearsal is at Cony High School on Tuesday, September 1.
Please contact Chuck Milazzo at 685-9653 to learn more about how to join us.
Check out our website and like us on Facebook for more details on concert dates and what music we’ll be featuring at our upcoming shows!
Dustin was hired at Delta Ambulance in 2011 as an advanced EMT and became a Paramedic in 2012. Since then Dustin has earned his Critical Care Paramedic certification from the University of Maryland. He is a member of Delta’s Clinical Standards and Practice Team, a Field Training Officer and an EMS Continuing Education Instructor. Dustin and his wife Lisa live in Sidney, Maine with their two daughters Ariana and Braylee. They enjoy all outdoor events and riding motorcycles.
Congrats to New Quality Manager
Congratulations to Chip Getchell who has recently accepted a full-time position as quality (improvement) manager at Delta Ambulance. Chip was hired as a paramedic by Delta Ambulance in 2001, and received his critical care paramedic certification after attending the University of Maryland in 2010. He is a member of Delta’s Clinical Standards and Practices Team, a field training officer, and teaches monthly classes for area first responders. Chip has been awarded Delta’s Clinical Performance Excellence Award for ten of his fourteen years with Delta. A registered professional engineer in Maine, Chip and his wife Beth have three grown children and five grandchildren. They reside in Weeks Mills with their horses and ponies, including two rescues.
Keeping true to their motto "Nobody has more party for less," Party City got the celebration started today by presenting Camp Sunshine with a check for $205,950. With Party City's support, Camp Sunshine can serve more families, reach more people and make a difference in more lives! http://www.wmtw.com/.../Camp-Sunshine-exceeds.../34023156