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Plan and grow your business

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Human Resources, and Marketing.

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As the year begins,

this can be an excellent

time to review your financial

circumstances.

You can look back at

2014 and see how much

money came in and

where it went during the

year without adjusting

for seasonal variations.

The knowledge you’ll

obtain by creating a personal

cash flow statement

can help you make

realistic financial plans

Business

Create a Personal Cash Flow Statement

for 2015. (If you’re married

or cohabiting, you

can use this technique

to create a household financial

statement.)

Tabulating income

Begin the process by

adding up all the spendable

cash that came in

during 2014. Typically,

that information can be

found in the monthly

statements from your

checking account or accounts.

Employment Wisdom On The Go

Courtesy of Rebecca

Webber

There has been lot of

discussion recently about

designation of FMLA and

what happens if an employee

declines FMLA

and asks for some other

leave first, saving the

FMLA for later.

There was a recent

article posted on a site

called FMLA Insights that

I thought was particularly

well balanced between the

camps that say not to designate

unless the employee

wants it and those that

say designate it no matter

what. Here is an excerpt

from that article:

Here, you have two options:

1.Deny FMLA leave.

If the employee has not

returned complete and

adequate medical certification

within 15 calendar

days, and he has not engaged

in any good faith efforts

to return it, you have

the right to deny FMLA

leave and subject the employee

to your attendance

policy, which often will

treat the absence as unexcused.

2. Designate the absence

as FMLA leave.

For some employers,

denying FMLA leave

above will not result in

an unexcused absence because

the employee simply

can use accrued paid

leave without any consequence.

For other employers,

they simply want to

start the FMLA clock running

so that the employee

exhausts FMLA leave as

quickly as possible and return

to work. . . .

If the employer has

sufficient information

to designate the leave as

FMLA leave immediately

after receiving notice of

the employee’s need for

leave, the employer may

provide the employee

with the designation notice

at that time. 29 C.F.R.

825.300(d)(2)

Simply put, you do not

need medical certification

in your hand to designate

leave. As the regulations

state, if you have enough

facts based on the employee’s

notice to establish

that the employee requires

leave that is covered by the

FMLA, you can designate

it as such. No other questions

asked or information

needed. Notably, under 29

C.F.R. 825.305(b), you

can always ask for certification

later ‘if the employer

later has reason to question

the appropriateness of

the leave or its duration.’”

The good news is that

this scenario does not

happen often because

most employees want the

job protection offered by

FMLA.

This article is not legal

advice but should be considered

general guidance

in the area of employment

and corporate law. Rebecca

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and other matters. You

can contact us at 784-

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service law firm providing

legal services to individuals,

companies, and

municipalities throughout

Maine. It has been in operation

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Once you’ve calculated

all the income

you’ve received, make

any necessary adjustments.

Subtract inflows

not likely to occur again

in 2015, such as exceptional

gifts, bequests, asset

sales, and so on. Altogether,

you’ll have an

idea of how much cash

flow you can expect in

2015, raising or lowering

the number to keep

up with current circumstances,

such as a higher

salary this year.

Tracking your outlays

Your checking account

statements also will

show how much you’ve

spent during the year:

checks you wrote, bills

you paid automatically,

personal checks that

you cashed for spending

money. Be sure to include

your debit card or

ATM withdrawals in the

money you spent during

2014, even if they

are linked to an account

other than your regular

checking account.

To complete the picture

of what you spent

during the year, request

annual statements from

your credit card companies.

Focus on the future

Once you have calculated

your cash flow from

last year and the amount

you spent, you can make

certain plans for 2015.

Creating a personal

or household cash flow

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Table Tennis Tournament Winners Announced

Fouad Abdullan of Westbrook, left, was the Class A winner, and Sonu Bhatia, also of

Westbrook, took second place in Class A.

The 10th Annual

Bridgton Winter Carnival

Giant Round Robin Table

Tennis Tournament was

held on February 14th,

2015 at the Bridgton

Town Hall.

The event was attended

by 16 of the best

players in Maine who

braved the coming blizzard

and participated in

three classes of competition:

Open Classes A

and B plus Doubles. All

matches were best 3 of 5

games and each contestant

played every other

person in their class to

determine the winners.

Trophies were awarded

to first and second place

finishers of each class as

well as gift certificates

given by The Peking Restaurant

in North Conway

for Class A trophy winners

($60 first place and

$40 second place).

Class A was won by

Fouad Abdullan of Westbrook.

Fouad is the current

Maine State Champion.

Second place went to

Sonu Bhatia of Westbrook,

Maine. Sonu took

first place in our tournaments

in 2014, 2013,

2012, 2010 and 2008.

Class B was won by

Rick Shea of Lewiston,

and Second Place in

Class B was Miroslav

Dossev of Skowhegan.

The Doubles Class

was won Sonu Bhatia of

Westbrook and his partner

Fouad Abdullan also

of Westbrook. Second

place in Doubles was

taken by Svetoslav Kirtchev

of Westbrook, and

his partner John Simpson

of Auburn.

Thanks to the Greater

Bridgton Lakes Region

Chamber of Commerce

and Gary Colello of the

Bridgton Rec. Department

for supporting this

event.

Remember, we play

Table Tennis every Sunday

at the Bridgton

Town Hall from 1pm to

4pm. We have an excellent

facility with seven

tables, paddles and balls.

All people with a basic

knowledge of the game

are welcome to come and

play. Bring a friend. It is

great exercise and it’s lots

of fun!

For more information,

visit www.bridgtonmaine.org/res_recreation.php.•

Rick Shea of Lewiston, left, winner of Class B, and Miroslav Dossev of Skowhegan,

right, took second place in Class B.

Sonu Bhatia and Fouad Abdullan of Westbrook, pictured at left, won first place in

Doubles; Svet Kirtchev of Westbrook and John Simpson of Auburn, took second place.

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Well Done!

Provost Joseph Szakas

today announced the

University of Maine at

Augusta’s 2014 Fall Semester

Dean’s List.

To be on the Dean’s

List, a student must earn

a 3.25 grade point average

for a given semester

and must be enrolled

full-time.

Autumn Althenn,

Oakland; Alyssa Ames,

Kents Hill; Eric Berg,

Mount Vernon; Brianna

Bernier, Belgrade; Margaret

Ciforelli, Belgrade;

Kristen Cormier, Sidney;

Crystall Davidson,

Oakland; Ryan Fairfield,

Rome.

Anthony Guimond,

Belgrade; Patrick Hunt,

Belgrade;Courtney

Klaiber, Oakland;

Jonathon Lawrence,

Readfield;Samantha

Matthews, Sidney; Katie

Miner, Sidney; Sara

Moore, Oakland; Janet

Morang, Belgrade; Lauren

Pelletier, Belgrade

Lakes.

Clinton Pettengill,

Winthrop; Jacob Roddy,

Belgrade;Brandon Rogers,

Winthrop; Joshua

Simms, Oakland;Tara

Stevens, Winthrop; Kristina

Stewart, Wayne; Rebecca

Winter, Sidney.

Aldo R. Servello II

of Belgrade and Olivia

M. Tsouprake of Winthrop

were named to the

dean’s list at Quinnipiac

University for the Fall

2014 semester.

To qualify for the

dean’s list, students must

earn a grade point average

of at least 3.5 with no

grade lower can C. Fulltime

students must complete

at least 14 credits in

a semester, with at least

12 credits that have been

graded on a letter grade

basis to be eligible. Parttime

students must complete

at least six credits

during a semester.

Quinnipiac University

is located in Hamden,

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this project is to raise

money for local food

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raising awareness of

some of our community

members that are

struggling to provide

food for their families.

Students from Messalonskee

High School

have been crafting

ceramic bowls in pottery

class to be sold as

part of the dinner. The

menu for the evening

consists of homemade

soups, salad, Panera

bread, and desserts.

The bowls will be on

display for diners to

choose and take home

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reminder of the event

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Heather Black.

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Community Event to Benefit Heather Black

A community dinner,

auction and music will

be held to benefit Heather

Black, a lifelong Wayne

resident. Heather is a

strong, courageous, young

woman that has been diagnosed

with an extremely

aggressive type of cancer.

She is in need of our

help so we are planning

a hearty homemade soup,

chowder, chili dinner and

Spring Team Scrabble

Tournament

Please join Literacy

Volunteers of Greater

Augusta for its 8th annual

Spring Team Scrabble

Tournament, on March

29th from 1-4pm at the

Senator Inn in Augusta.

Competitive teams, social

teams, and individuals

are all welcome—

registration for the

tournament is only open

through March 21st, so

sign up today!

Pledges and donations

collected by the players

help provide literacy

services to adults in the

Augusta area who want

to improve their reading

and writing skills.

Ribbons are awarded

to the winning social and

competitive teams. There

will also be mystery prizes

for the players who

bring in the most pledges.

For more information

and to register, call the

LVA office at 626-3440

or email info@lva-augusta.org.

More information

and registration

forms can also be found

at the LVA website, www.

lva-augusta.org. •

silent auction, from 5 to

6:30pm, Saturday, Feb.

28, at the Ladd Center in

Wayne.

Her cancer is aggressive

and hard to treat so she

is traveling to Boston for

eight weeks of chemotherapy,

surgery, more chemotherapy,

and she will need

a month of daily radiation

at the end of the treatment

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The meal of hearty

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with homemade breads

and dessert buffet will cost

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For more information,

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We look forward to

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but if you cannot make

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Tickets are now

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Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser

Linda Kohler, member of the Friends and Chair of the

Spaghetti Supper fundraiser stirring a pot of spaghetti

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Sponsored by: Friends of

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The Friends of the

Belgrade Public Library

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Saturday, February 28th

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regular spaghetti (plain

or with meatballs), tossed

salad, bread or rolls, and a

variety of tasty deserts, a

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available. A number of

whole home made pies

by the Friends will also

be on sale. The Friends

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for an awesome autumnthemed

raffle basket, with

all raffle proceeds to go to

the Belgrade/Rome Food

Pantry. Music throughout

the dinner will be provided

by Belgrade’s own John

Gawler. Tickets for the

supper will be available at

the door, Adults $10.00,

Children $5.00 and children

under 5 are free. The

Friends hope you are ready

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4. Small argument

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13. A spontaneous

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42. 3rd or 4th Islamic

month

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51. Each of 4 Hindu ages

52. Point midway

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4. Title of respect

5. Spanish saffron dish

6. Betel palm genus

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15. Rampart

18. “Big” actor’s initials

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20. Diarist __ Frank

22. Luminous

celestial ring

23. Famous motor club

24. 007’s creator

27. A timely blessing

28. UTHealth (abbr.)

29. Roman Helios

31. Check

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36. Wild goats

37. Municipalities

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Cancer, you have a lot to get done, but resist the urge

to micromanage every detail, as this could be a surefire

path to burnout. You need to take a few breaths.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23

Leo, avoid the temptation to get started on another new

project. You already have plenty of other things on your

plate. Finish those tasks before moving on to something

new.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22

It is sometimes easy to miss the forest for the trees, Virgo.

Try taking a step back so you can look at a puzzling

project from a new perspective.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23

Libra, you may be searching for a new adventure, but

try to appreciate the here and now as well. It’s easy to

get swept up in fantasies, but don’t let them carry you

too far away.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22

Scorpio, you suspect that someone is hiding something,

and that very well may be the case. Perhaps a welcome

surprise is coming your way. Resist the urge to dig too

deep.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21

You can probably talk your way out of trouble, Sagittarius,

but this time it’s better to let things play out. Keep

conversations light and free from controversy.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20

Capricorn, find balance between your personal ambitions

and things you have to accomplish at work and

at home. Finding a middle ground is the best approach.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18

Aquarius, you need a few extra people to contribute to a

special task, but you do not know who to ask. If you think

hard enough, you will know who you can depend on.

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20

Your demeanor makes it easy for others to enjoy your

company, and that will come in handy as your social

schedule fills up in the days ahead.

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS

MARCH 1

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MARCH 2

Daniel Craig, Actor (47)

MARCH 3

Jessica Biel, Actress (33)

MARCH 4

Whitney Port, Actress (30)

MARCH 5

Joel Osteen, Religious Leader (52)


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Titan Challenge

Grieving Childrens Program

Facilitator Training

Hospice Volunteers

of Waterville Area will

offer a facilitator training

for their grieving

children’s program,

Hope’s Place, starting

Monday, March 2,

2015. Hope’s Place’s

provides a safe, supportive

environment

for grieving children,

teens and families

through peer support

groups led by trained

volunteers, which nurture

and encourage safe

expression of grief and

loss. The training will

be held weeknights

March 2, 4, 9 and 11

from 5:30-8:30pm and

Saturdays March 7 and

14 from 8am-12pm.

The 20 hour training

will be taught by

the staff and volunteers

at the Hospice Volunteers

of Waterville Area’s

community Center,

304 Main Street,

Waterville. There will

be a $30 processing fee

for materials. For more

information, call Youth

Services Coordinator,

Jillian Roy at 873-

3615, email at jroy@

hvwa.org or visit www.

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Junior Achievement of Maine recently held its 9th Annual Titan Challenge at

seven college campuses statewide. Regional winners from the Kaplan University

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Adam Fortier-Brown from Gardiner Area High School and their teacher

Kristy McNaughton. Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization

dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work

readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. This

year, JA of Maine will be reaching out to almost 11,000 Maine students. For

more information please contact Jill Jamison, (207) 592-7784, Area Board

Operations Director or visit www.jamaine.org.

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Lilly Marie Beauregard

Samuel Grant-Mary

Kelton Dummer Chapter

Daughters of the

American Revolution

of Gardiner-Hallowell

are pleased to announce

their chapter winner of

the DAR Good Citizen

Program for the 2014-

2015 school year. Miss

Lilly Marie Beauregard,

daughter of Andrew

Beauregard and

Sarah Prescott, also has

her essay and credentials

entered in the state

MSODAR Good Citizen

scholarship contest.

Miss Beauregard has

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a member of National

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received the Trudy Hanson

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She works as a lifeguard

at Winthrop Public

Beach, volunteers

for her church, helps

coach the youth basketball

program, and organized

a food drive with

Student Council for the

local food pantry. Miss

Beauregard will attend

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major in pharmacy.

DAR Good Citizens

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Dependability, Service,

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The selection begins

at the local high

schools where officials

choose their candidate

for the award. Only one

senior may be honored

each year as the school’s

DAR Good Citizen.

Each school’s DAR

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certificate, and wallet

recognition card. This

student is then eligible,

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award for her winning

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Cards for their patients in Maine and New Hampshire. The Hearts for Hospice

goal was to attain at least 1,000 valentines so they could present each patient with a

small bag stuffed with homemade valentines. Many local troops participated in this

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Winslow Elite Wins the End of

Season Tournament

Winslow Black

Raider Wrestling

Winslow Black Raider Wrestling Team Member Ben

Abbott going for the pin during the regional meet held

in Wells on Saturday Feb 7. (Photo by Carol Fredette/

Central Maine Photography Staff)

Winslow Youth

Wrestling Action

Winslow Elite won the CEBSPORTS Central Maine Sunday 7/8 Travel League End of Season Tournament - Gold

Division. Pictured from left to right. Back Row - Coach Mark LeClair, Weslee Littlefield, Silver Clukey, Maeghan

Bernard, Paige Trask, Mariah Morrison, and Grace Smith. Front Row: Jennifer Ferry, Bodhi Littlefield, and Juliann

Lapierre. Missing from photo: Hailey Grenier.

Winslow Youth Wrestling Team Member Sam Schmitt

controlling his opponent during the Winslow Raider Rumble

Tournament held on Sunday Jan 25. Schmitt ended with a 2nd

place! (Photo by Mark Huard/ Central Maine Photography)

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KVCAP Celebrates 50 Years Helping Central

Mainers Overcome Poverty

Submitted by Andrea

Pasco

The year was 1965. The

average annual income was

$6,450. The average house

cost $13,600 and gas was

31 cents a gallon. On the

national front, America

was heavily involved in

Vietnam and the anti-war

movement was gaining

support. The Voting Rights

Act became law, guaranteeing

African-Americans the

right to vote. “The Sound of

Music” was released on the

big screen and The Grateful

Dead played their first

concert with Jerry Garcia in

San Francisco.

Something pivotal was

also happening in Central

Maine. Fueled by President

Johnson’s War on Poverty

and the Economic Opportunity

Act of 1964, a Board

of Directors was organized

and the Northern Kennebec

Valley Community Action

Council was born. Under

the leadership of Executive

Director Ray Richard,

this new, local Community

Action Agency began addressing

the needs of lowincome

people.

Within the first 15 years

we expanded services to

Somerset and southern

Kennebec counties and our

name was changed to the

Kennebec Valley Community

Action Program, reflecting

our new, larger service

area. Members of the

board convened a statewide

meeting to study the needs

of low-income families.Senior

centers were created,

teen centers opened, the

first Family Planning clinic

was established, day care

programs and Head Start

were up and running, WIC

was in operation, and transportation

services were

rolling.

Over the next 35 years we

saw our programming grow

and change to meet the current

needs of residents, and

funding sources came and

went, but our mission never

changed. Our primary goal

has always been, and always

will be, to help people

overcome poverty.

Fast forward to 2015. We

serve nearly 25,000 people

annually in Kennebec and

Somerset counties, and also

provide heating and weatherization

services to residents

in Lincoln and Sagadahoc

counties. We employ

more than 240 staff members

and have an annual budget

of 16.2 million dollars.

But we didn’t get here

alone! KVCAP’s success

is in part the result of the

strong local, state, and national

partnerships that were

built and nurtured over the

years. It is also because of

the energy and compassion

of KVCAP staff and leadership

and the generosity of

community members, who

have given their money,

their time, and their hearts

for five decades. But mostly,

it is because our services

are trusted, needed, and accessed

by so many throughout

Central Maine.

For 50 years we have

helped hundreds of thousands

of residents in their

struggle to overcome the

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barriers of poverty.

Whether they are accessing

transportation services,

homeowner and financial

education and support,

heating assistance, child

development programs,

teen-related services, employment

assistance, or any

other KVCAP program,

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We are committed

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Ramblers Cruise to Semifinals

The Winthrop boy’s basketball team cruised to a 74-34 quarter final victory against Madison on Monday, February 16 at the Augusta Civic Center. The Ramblers will

face Maranacook in the Semi Finals.

HIGH STREET

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Katerina I. Funk, N.P.

A talented professional nurse with a master’s degree in

nursing-family nurse practitioner, Katerina I. Funk joins High Street

Family Medicine from the Orthopaedic Institute of Central Maine.

Katerina I. Funk, N.P.

SPECIALTY:

Family Medicine

NURSING SCHOOL:

University of Southern Maine, Portland

(undergraduate & graduate)

CERTIFICATION:

Basic Life Support

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

MEMBERSHIP:

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Maine Nurse Practitioners Association

ACADEMIC HONORS:

Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society

Phi Theta Phi High Honor Society

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society

A summa cum laude graduate, Katerina earned

both her bachelor and master’s degrees in

nursing at The University of Southern Maine.

Most recently Katerina worked as a

registered nurse at the Orthopaedic

Institute of Central Maine at CMMC.

Both The Barron Center and St. Joseph’s

Rehabilitation have also benefitted from her

professional experience and expertise.

Katerina’s training includes work at Mercy

Fore River Family Practice in Portland, the

Southern Maine Health Care Pain Clinic in

Kennebunk/Sanford, and Mercy Falmouth

Internal Medicine.

Katerina is pleased to join Edward W. Bogner,

M.D., physician assistant Taylor Butterfield,

and licensed clinical social worker Melissa K.

Dumont at High Street Family Medicine.

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