Community Services, Associations and Nonprofit Organizations

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7 Lakes Alliance
137 Main Street
Belgrade Lakes
A&D Construction Plus Wildlife Removal and Pest Control
9 S.Reynolds Rd
(207) 314-0969

A&D Construction Plus, is a locally owned and operated Maine based company. Don, one of the owners, has twenty plus years of experience in the building trades and seven years of experience in wildlife control. When you need your project done right and within a timely manner, call the pros at A&D Construction Plus.  Alisha, Don's wife, is also an owner and works with him managing the office administration. However, she can't resist a good bat job once in a while! Alisha is very knowledgeable in most areas of the business. Don & Alisha also work closely with other local area businesses.  With wildlife, pest control, light construction, and remediations this truly is an All in One Company 
Pest Control
When it comes to keeping those pesky and sometimes dangerous pests under control, A&D Construction Plus is the company to call. We are a friendly, family owned company that provides pest control services to the entire state of Maine. Don currently has his Maine "Commercial Master Applicator" License and can provide pest control for ants, mice, hornets, flies, bedbugs, fleas, ticks, mosquito's and many other types of pests.
Wildlife Removal
We, at A&D Construction Plus, provide professional wildlife removal services for the entire state of Maine. Having the required state of Maine Animal Damage Control (ADC) license, a state of Maine Trapping license, plus years of experience means we are ready to handle all your wildlife removal needs. We're educated in both exclusion and live trapping methods, which we consider humane and ethical techniques for the removal of wildlife. Basically, we catch and release. Contact us today.

Alfond Youth & Community Center
126 North Street
(207) 873-0684

To inspire and enable all young people and their families to realize their full potential as healthy, productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Best Buddies International
46 Johnson Heights
1-800-89 BUDDY (28339)
Better Business Bureau
290 Donald Lynch Boulevard, Suite 102
(508) 652-4814
BBB's Vision: An ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers trust each other.
Bill and Joan Alfond Family Foundation

The Bill and Joan Alfond Foundation supports educational, healthcare, and other charitable institutions in Maine and Massachusetts.

Bourque-Lanigan Post 5 American Legion
120 Drummond Avenue, Suite 3
(207) 872-8824
Bruce White for 109
(207) 287-1400

Why I am running for House District 109:
Having come from a single-parent Waterville family of 8, raised in poverty, I am grateful for those who helped me overcome the many disadvantages I faced. Therefore, I have always had a passion to give back by helping others, especially those in need. My many years of service in organizations have enabled me to meet the needs of others.
As Winston Churchill said, "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give."

"Bruce would represent Waterville well serving as a state legislator in Augusta" Former Senator George Mitchell


"Bruce is well prepared, strongly motivated and sincerely dedicated to representing the people of Waterville.  He will have my vote in November" State Representative Tom Longstaff

Central Maine ATV Club
Clinton Lions Club
251 Mutton Lane
Family Violence Project
P.O. Box 51
(207) 623-8637

We are a non profit Domestic Violence Resource Center serving Kennebec and Somerset Counties.

Our services include:

  • 24 Hour Helpline (1-877-890-7788) to provide support, advocacy, resources, and safety planning
  • In-Person Advocacy at our Outreach Offices
  • Court Advocacy
  • Support Groups
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Supportive Housing
  • School Based Prevention Education
  • Community Education & Outreach
  • Menswork (A Certified Batterers Intervention Program)
Framework for Fundraising
15 Martin Ave.
Good Will-Hinckley
16 Prescott Dr.
(207) 238-4000
Goodwill Northern New England-Workforce Services
(207) 629-8640
Kathy Despres, M.Ed., CRC Goodwill Industries Northern New England Workforce Services, Regional Manager, Region III Cell: 207.629.8640
Greater Waterville Area Food Bank
61 Pleasant Street
(207) 616-0363
Waterville Food Bank is an all-volunteer organization. We are neighbors and friends working together to help each other provide food assistance to our neighbors in need. The Waterville Food Bank was founded in 1981 by the Waterville Area Interfaith Council of Faith Communities. Our wheelchair-accessible facility is located at the Pleasant Street United Methodist Church on 61 Pleasant Street in Waterville Maine. While many of our volunteers are church members we are a separate agency that enjoys tremendous support from the church. Aside from a small donation towards the electric bill we occupy the facility cost free. We are open Monday through Thursdays from 9 AM to 11 AM. We are also open every Monday evening from 5:30 to 7 PM We are closed on holidays and when Waterville Schools are closed due to inclement weather. Vouchers are issued at the food bank from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM Monday thru Thursday and from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM on Monday evenings. Waterville Food Bank is one of more than 600 food assistance programs working in Maine as a Good Shepherd Food Bank Partner to help get food to Mainers at risk of food insecurity.
Healthy Communities of the Capital Area
11 Mechanic St. Suite 101

Healthy Communities of the Capital Area (HCCA) is a non-profit public health organization working to improve quality of life through tobacco and substance use prevention, nutrition education, youth empowerment, increasing local food access, and more.

Healthy U! - Prevention
35 South Gage Road
(207) 649-7855
High Hopes Clubhouse
26 College Ave.
(207) 877-0038
Humane Society-Waterville Area
100 Webb Road
(207) 873-2430

Our mission is to shelter animals until they find permanent homes, to educate the community about responsible pet ownership, and to advocate for the humane treatment of all animals.

We are Located
100 Webb Road
Waterville, Maine 04901
Tel: (207) 873-2430
Fax: (207) 873-1266

The Towns We Service
Albion, Belgrade, Benton, Burnham, Canaan, Clinton, Detroit, Dixmont, Fairfield, Freedom, Hinckley, Knox, Mercer, Oakland, Palmyra, Pittsfield, Shawmut, Sidney, Solon, Thorndike, Troy, Unity, Waldo, Waterville, and Winslow.

Industrial Energy Consumer Group
(207) 897-1676
The Industrial Energy Consumers' Group (IECG) has been one of the most active participants in electric regulation policy in Maine. These members include paper companies, ski resorts, and industrial gas companies. Although IECG is best known for its participation in electric utility policy, its interests also spread to other energy issues. IECG has in the past hosted public conferences on Maine's energy policy.
Junior Achievement of Maine
565 Congress Street, Suite 306
(207) 347-4333

Junior Achievement has over 100 local JA Areas across the nation, and together we are the nation's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA's programs—in the core content areas of work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy—ignite the spark in young people to experience and realize the opportunities and realities of work and life in the 21st century.


Junior Achievement's purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement is one of a few nonprofits to use independent, third-party evaluators to gauge the impact of its programs. Since 1993, independent evaluators have conducted studies on Junior Achievement's effectiveness. Findings prove that Junior Achievement has a positive impact in a number of critical areas.

Kennebec Valley Chordsmen

The Kennebec Valley Chordsmen is a 40+ year chartered chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America aka The Barbershop Harmony Society.

From Romance to Birthdays to Patriotic Events we have songs to cheer your hearts.

The Kennebec Valley Chordsmen meet every Thursday at 6:30pm at The Pleasant Street United Methodist Church.

Kennebec Valley Community Action Program
97 Water Street
(207) 859-1500

Our Mission Statement

We strengthen individuals, families and communities by providing direct services
and by partnering with others to create sustainable solutions to poverty
in an ever-changing environment.

Our Vision Statement
Our vision for the Kennebec Valley Region is thriving communities made up of individuals and families who are healthy, financially secure and able to reach their fullest potential.

Kennebec Valley District, Pine Tree Council, BSA
146 Plains Road
(207) 797-5252
Be Prepared. It's more than a motto, it's a way of life. Being prepared means having the ability to deal with many of the tough challenges life presents- that's what Scouting is all about. Through its time-tested program, Scouting provides young people with opportunities to mentor to their peers, build character and enrich their faith. These activities build strong family bonds and help youth reach their full potential by instilling values that last a lifetime. One of the strengths of the Scouting program is the unique relationship between religious and community organizations, parents and leaders. Working together, they are able to focus the necessary resources and leadership on the single task of serving youth. The result is children, families and communities that are stronger and better prepared for the future. Ready to learn more? We invite you to explore our variety of youth programs and volunteer and community opportunities. When you're ready to get started, we are prepared to help you navigate the right Scouting path for you. Contact us by email or by phone at 207-797-5252. Youth Programs Cub Scouts Boy Scouts Venturing Exploring After School Programs Reaching for Tomorrow STEM Scouts Volunteer and Community Opportunities Alumni Community Partnerships Support Scouting Volunteer
Kennebec Valley Human Resources Association
PO Box 2186

About Us

KVHRA is the Kennebec Valley area association for HR & business professionals concerned with understanding the best methods to effectively manage their people and organizations.  KVHRA became an affiliate chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in 2005. SHRM has over 285,000 members in over 165 countries and is the world's largest HR membership organization devoted to HR management. By attending meetings and developing relationships with colleagues, members continually enhance their knowledge of HR issues, gain new skills and grow as an HR professional.

2020 KVHRA Meetings

2020 KVHRA Membership Dues

$35.00 Professional SHRM Member
$60.00 Professional non-SHRM Member
$170.00 Professional SHRM Member, all breakfast meetings (9) paid in advance
$195.00 Professional non-SHRM Member, all breakfast meetings (9) paid in advance
No cost for Members in Transition (between jobs), Newly Certified members or Student Members
(Waiver applies one time only, with the exception of Student Members, who are eligible for the duration of full-time student enrollment. Covers annual dues only.)

To apply or renew your membership,, Payment is accepted by credit card.

2020 KVHRA Board of Directors:

President – Lori Page, State of Maine

President-Elect – Kristie Jandreau, Human Resources Manager, Day's Jewelers

Part President - Kristy Gould, Assistant Director, Health Trust Services, Maine Municipal Association

Treasurer – Cindy Chase, Office Manager, Kennebec Water District

Board Secretary – Erica Humphrey, Associate Director of Human Resources, Colby College

Membership Development Chair – Julie Banta, KMA Consulting

Membership Roster Chair – Crystal Bailey, HR Generalist, Assistance Plus

Programming Committee Chair – Kathleen Hale, Director of Human Resources, Home, Hope and Healing, Inc.

At-Large Board Member – Melissa Brown, HR Manager, Northeast Laboratory Services

At-Large Board Member -  Kristy Rizzitello, HR Manager, Puritan Medical

At-Large Board Member -  Lori Schmitz, Director of Human Resources, New Dimensions Federal Credit Union

At-Large Board Member - Lori Lefferts, Director of Human Resources, Skills Inc.

Kennebec Valley Tourism Council
(207) 623-4883
Maine's Kennebec Valley is one of the eight Maine tourism regions. Named for the Kennebec River which runs down the center of the region, The Kennebec Valley includes the cities and towns contained in both Kennebec and Somerset counties. The region contains Maine's capital city Augusta as well as Gardiner, Hallowell, Waterville, Skowhegan and Jackman and the recreational resort communities near Monmouth, Belgrade, and The Forks. It also contains a few outlying towns including Rockwood-on-Moosehead, China, and Pittsfield. The Kennebec Valley Tourism Council (KVTC) is a 501(C)6 non-profit group organized to manage the Maine Tourism Marketing Partnership Program (MTMPP) grant issued each year by the Maine Office of Tourism and the state of Maine to each of the eight Maine tourism regions. Funds from the MTMPP regional grant are allocated for use in the promotion of tourism in each of the eight tourism regions of Maine. The KVTC has the responsibility to create a tourism plan for our region and then use the proceeds raised through the KVTC's own efforts in coordination with the grant funds to implement that plan. This website, the brochures we produce, trade and travel shows attended, social media efforts and all the activities our board undertakes to further the cause of tourism in Maine's Kennebec Valley are meant to produce a positive economic impact on our region.
PO Box 1747
(207) 680-4200
LifeFlight Foundation
13 Main Street
(207) 230-7092

LifeFlight’s vision for Maine is a place in which every person, in every community, has access to critical care and medical transport when they need it.

We do this by working with our EMS partners to transform the critical care transport medicine system into an integrated, high quality, patient-centered system worthy of the public’s trust.

We work with our parent organizations, Central Maine Healthcare and Northern Light Health, and our aviation operator, SevenBar Aviation, to achieve this mission and maintain a strong commitment to safety.

Main Street Skowhegan
48 Court Street
(207) 612-2571

About Main Street Skowhegan

Main Street Skowhegan is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit focused on the ongoing revitalization of Skowhegan, Maine. Founded in 2005 by a group of engaged citizens, Main Street is now driven by three full-time staff members, a passionate board of directors, and more than a hundred volunteers working to make our town a better place.

Our Mission

Our mission is to celebrate Skowhegan’s rich heritage while achieving our brightest future as a thriving economic, cultural, and recreational community where residents enjoy a high quality of life.

Our Vision

This is our vision for the future of Skowhegan: A destination for visitors from Maine and beyond, Skowhegan is known for its locally sourced food, beautiful and active riverfront, and vibrant cultural scene. The economy is strong and diverse, and residents are happy and healthy. Skowhegan is a place community members are proud of, youth choose to stay or return to, and visitors never want to leave.

The Main Street Movement

In the 1980s, the National Main Street Center of the National Trust for Historic Preservation developed one of the most successful models for place-based economic development. It has since become a nationwide network. We are one of 10 nationally accredited Main Street Communities in the state of Maine.

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