Friends of Midcoast Maine announces new board members
At the Oct. 11 annual meeting of Friends of Midcoast Maine, five Midcoast residents will be elected to serve on the Board of Trustees. These five people represent a wide range of professions and interests and all have a strong commitment to building healthy communities.
The five nominees are Jan Anderson of Belfast, Fred Lilly of Bremen, Misty Gorski of Bowdoin, JoAnn Myers of Waldoboro, and Betsy Saltonstall of Rockport.
Jan Anderson is a co-owner of Coastal Farms and Food Processing in Belfast. Fred Lilly is a design builder, lives in Bremen and has worked for the Knickerbocker Group as a construction manager. Misty Gorski is the town planner in Wiscasset and lives in Bowdoin. JoAnn Myers is owner of Beau Chemin Preservation Farm and lives in Waldoboro. Betsy Saltonstall has served in various community capacities including the school board and comprehensive planning committee in Rockport and currently works for the Pen Bay Healthcare community in the capital campaign.
All FMM members are eligible to vote at the annual meeting held on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 5:30 p.m in Rockland at the Breakwater Marketplace. To register for the annual meeting, call 236-1077 or visit friendsmidcoast.org. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Early bird rates are still available.