CMP started with 100 customers in 1899. Today we serve more than 600,000. In 2011, Central Maine Power Company was ranked No. 1 in residential customer satisfaction in the east for the fourth year in a row. By providing outstanding customer service, promoting competition and focusing on growth, CMP will continue to be a valuable asset to communities throughout our service area.
Kelley Skillin-Smith lived in Gorham since 2001 where she and her husband Rusty UMaine Class of 1986 of 30 years have raised their three daughters Katie UMaine Class of 2014, Lindsey UMaine Class of 2016 and Emma UMaine Class of 2021. She and her husband have just recently moved to Bridgton to their live full time at their vacation home as they are now official empty nesters. Kelley is an Associate Broker and began her real estate career with Century 21 First Choice Realty in 2005. Kelley prides herself on only taking on a few clients at a time and always providing them with white glove over the top customer service and results. She works with both buyers and sellers and is an experienced negotiator, avid researcher and is always looking out for her client’s best interest.
Prior to this, Kelley spent 10 years in corporate sales at WEX and then co-owned a small business for over five years. She has spent countless hours on athletic fields and athletic boards here in Gorham. Kelley has also been a board member of the Dream Factory of Maine for over 14 years. The Dream Factory of Maine is an all volunteer non profit organization that grants dreams to Maine’s chronically and critically ill children. She has granted in excess of a dozen dreams, but her specialty is a Disney Princess Dream. Kelley has been known to wear wings, a crown and carry a wand when she is doing Dream Factory work as many of her dream kids think of her as their Fairy Godmother.
In addition to the Dream Factory of Maine, Kelley has also become involved with a local dog rescue Helping Paws Maine. Her recent ad campaign In the Gorham Times features a new rescue looking for a home along with an incentive to list or sell with her and she will donate 5% of her commission back to Helping Paws Maine. Kelley is a full time real estate agent, but in her spare time, she and her family enjoy skiing, boating on Long Lake, gardening, hiking and travelling.
Chalmers Realty has been in Bridgton for over 50 years! We really know Bridgton and the Lakes Region area. Located in downtown Bridgton, we specialize in the sales and listings of homes and land for RESIDENTIAL, WATERFRONT and COMMERCIAL properties. Our brokers have years of experience, and are ready and available to assist you in buying or selling your home.
Thomas P. Chandel, CPA assists taxpayers and small businesses with taxes in Bridgton, Maine and the surrounding communities. Whether you are an individual or a local business in or around Bridgton, Maine, Thomas P. Chandel, CPA has years of valuable experience as an IRS registered tax preparer.
We’re dedicated to providing personalized, professional and compassionate services to help lighten your burden and support you through the difficult times that follow the loss of a loved one. We’re honored to assist you in your time of need, and would like to assure you that we’ll do everything in our power to make your experience a meaningful and memorable one. Here you can explore our unique history, meet our experienced staff, connect with our local community, and hear what our customers have had to say.
Join us for great family camping at our beautiful, well-maintained location on Long Lake……spend the day at the beach, boating, fishing or just enjoying a book by the lake. At night, relax around your campfire with family, listening to the loons call across the lake. We offer year-round camping with an indoor heated pool, also open to the public.
Community Concepts, Finance Corporation a primary care provider of social services that promotes self-sufficiency within the people of the communities of Androscoggin, Oxford and Franklin Counties.
Nonprofit, thrift store to help people of lower income, fires, tragedies life happenings. We help people who qualify for HUD. We offer a :bag program with HUD GUIDELINES. PLEASE ASK US ABOUT THE PROGRAM.
Monday – Thursday 7-4pm
1st Saturday of the month 7-12pm
Pick up and drop off on Monday & Thursday in Conway NH and Oxford Hills Area
Welcome to The Conway Daily Sun, published Tuesday through Saturday with a daily print circulation of 16,100 and 5,200 unique users online.
The Conway Daily Sun, along with its sister New Hampshire papers, The Laconia Daily Sun and The Berlin Daily Sun, and The Portland Daily Sun in Maine, have a combined, daily print circulation of 56,000. Additionally, The Conway Daily Sun publishes Valley Fun, an outdoors recreation publication with a monthly circulation of 15,000, and the Mount Washington Valley Dining Guide, a twice-a-year restaurant review with a total distribution of 60,000.
The Daily Sun newspapers are strong, independent voices in their communities and deliver reliable local news to readers and excellent value to advertisers.
Since the first Daily Sun was launched in Conway in 1989 by Mark Guerringue and Adam Hirshan, the Sun newspapers have built a trusted brand in all four markets based on a commitment to high quality community journalism and customer service.
The official and original motto of The Conway Daily Sun is “Seeking the Truth and Printing it.” As our brand of community journalism has evolved through the years we’ve also adopted the tag lines “Stirring the Pot Since 1989,” Read Free, Advertise Smart,” and “The News That Matters.”
They all capture the spirit and essence of our mission, and we hope you enjoy reading our publications as much as we do creating them.
We are a small family owned (husband & wife) company and have been in business since 2009.
Darren has over 20 years of experience in the industry and is the ‘man in the field’. Corinna manages the office and helps in the field when needed.
We believe in having an honest business and what that means to us is not selling you, the customer, something that you do not need. We also adjust our estimates/quotes to agree with the actual parts that we used as well as the number of hours the job took. Your final invoice will never be more than the estimate/quote unless you have requested we do more work than the estimate/quote was created for.
We provide FREE estimates/quotes so that you can make an informed decision as to what you would like to do. Heating and Air Conditioning can be an expensive purchase, but is certainly worth it when it is -20° outside and toasty warm inside or it is 95° outside and a comfy 68° inside!
Whatever your needs, heating or cooling or both, we are here for you! Give us a call today!
We are a full service retail travel agency offering assistance in booking tours, cruises, group or meeting travel, airline tickets and customized individual travel arrangements. We have 20 years experience in business with extensive foreign and domestic expertise. Personalized travel consultation and a high level of personal service are our specialty. Available by appointment including evening and weekend hours.
Enjoy a spoonful of paradise at this charming cottage on Crystal Lake. Spend the day ice skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing or take a sleigh ride. A large deck with screened porch that over looks the lake. Amenities such as a large fieldstone fireplace, pine interior with cathedral ceilings, rooms are nicely decorated with antiques.
Rent our Necessary Rooms (portable rest rooms) for your large event.
Dead River Company is trusted to keep homes and businesses throughout Maine’s Lakes Region area warm and comfortable. Dependable propane and heating oil delivery. 24-hour responsive emergency service. Energy-efficient home heating design, installation and maintenance. Dead River Company delivers on a promise of exceptional customer service.
In 1936 a marvelous opera house was built on the site of an old deer run in the forest above the village of Harrison, Maine. It was designed by Harrison G. Wiseman, a famous theatre architect with the instruction to, “Design the most technically perfect theatre possible”. Constructed of rose hemlock in the Adirondack Style with hand carved fixtures and near perfect acoustics, the then 350 seat, now 300 seat theatre was considered as fine as any on Broadway.
Now listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Deertrees Theatre is operated as a non-profit Theatre and presents an eclectic offering of performances, both musical and theatrical and workshops.
As home to the Deertrees New Repertory Company, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, the Back-Stage Art Gallery and the Salt Lick Café, Deertrees has become and remains, ‘Maine’s Most Enchanting Playhouse.’
We look forward to welcoming you.
Andrew Harris, Artistic & Executive Director
The Emilia Dahlin Quartet
The Denmark Arts Center is dedicated to furthering the creation and appreciation of the arts in a context informed by our specific power of place in Denmark, ME.
We pursue our mission in three distinct program areas:
1) The presentation of a vibrant arts program for local and visiting audiences in the region.
2) The provision of participatory opportunities for artists through commissions, performances, workshops, classes and residencies.
3) The delivery of high-quality educational programs for children and youth in partnership with regional schools and youth organizations.