Tax Issues

Saturday, March 25, 2017 @ 9am

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Guest:
Daniel P. Doiron, CPA, CVA

Albin Randall & Bennett

Since joining ARB in 1992, Jean has been actively involved in the construction industry as a member of Associated General Contractors of Maine, Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine and New Hampshire, Construction Financial Management Association, Manufacturers’ Association of Maine, as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

He was awarded the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) designation in August 2005. Jean is also the Director of Altus Exit Strategies, an exit planning subsidiary of ARB.

Jean is a graduate of the University of Maine and resides in Auburn, Maine.

Albin, Randall & Bennett is a full service accounting and consulting firm serving business and individuals throughout New England. The firm offers specialized tax, accounting and management consulting services in many industries including auto dealerships, construction, credit union, manufacturing, not-for-profit organizations, employee benefit plans, professional services, restaurants and hospitality, retail and wholesale distribution. Learn more about the firm at www.arbcpa.com.

Stadium Status

Saturday, March 25, 2017 @9am

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Guest:

John Brubaker
Speaker, Award Winning Author
Executive Coach
Stadium Status

Business as usual is ancient history. Large corporations, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and even CEOs and politicians must make the move from simply selling a product or service to delivering a mind-blowing customer experience. They have to learn to play at the level athletes and entertainers call stadium status.

Stadium status is that elusive place every coach, athlete, entertainer, and performer strives to reach. It s moving from being an opening act to the headliner, from performing on a small stage to the greatest stage in the largest venue possible: a sold out stadium. Everything starts from humble beginnings; talent and work ethic might get you in the game, but stadium status takes strategy and that starts with a vision.

John Brubaker shares his personal experiences as a successful radio personality, coach, and executive consultant, and reveals the strategies employed by country musicians, teams, and brands to build their fan base and separate themselves from the competition. He explains exactly how readers can implement these same tactics to achieve better results in their own endeavors. Stadium Status real-world examples demonstrate that gaining a fresh perspective and applying ideas from outside your industry are what will truly elevate your performance.

Creating Healthy Families

Saturday, March 18, 2017 @ 9am

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Guest:
Gordy Johnson

Creating Healthy Families

Creating Healthy Families –
If you understand what a Football Coach does, then you already know what a Life Coach does. A Coach looks forward, identifies goals, develops each person’s skills and motivates them to do their best.

This is how Gordy Johnson helps businesses and families. Together he and his clients develop goals for individuals, departments or company wide. A clear and positive goal that benefits everyone is the primary motivator towards success.

He looks forward to meeting with you and helping you win!

Kids in the Kitchen

Saturday, March 4, 2017 @ 9am

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Guests:

Jillian Rich
President Elect

Eliza Giberson
Chair,
New Members Committee

Junior League
of Portland

Event:
March 23, 2017
Annual Kids in the Kitchen Event | 
Eat Right – Be Bright
At Boys and Girls Club of Riverton Park in Portland, ME

The Junior League of Portland, ME works to affect change and improve the community through developing effective volunteer leadership. For over 90 years we have worked toward our mission to develop the potential of women while affecting change and improving the community, through the promotion of effective volunteer leadership.

Providing Relief for Autistic Youth

Saturday, March 4, 2017 @ 9am

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Guest:
Trish Ieracy

Vice President/Trainer
Providing Relief for Autistic Youth

 

1319 Lindsay Lane
Hagerstown, MD 21742 | 631.830.1048
Twitter: @Light4ASD

What we do…
-Awareness training & resource support for individuals, families, communities, churches, schools, professionals, & emergency personnel through mentoring, workshops, and seminars.

-Resource “hub” through our website, Facebook, & partner organizations.
-Free family fun events for all ages.


Food That Works

Saturday, March 4, 2017 @ 9am

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Guest:
Malia Dell

Author
Food That Works

Malia has been exposed to a variety of cultural foods and cities having grown up in Chicago, Vermont, Massachusetts and Honolulu, where she was born. Her idea for this book began with her disapproval of the corporate office lunch culture, which pressures Americans to settle for mostly packaged or canned foods, pulled out of a bag, yanked from a desk drawer, and then microwaved, day in and day out. She saw the cumulative effects it was having on her and every single one of her coworkers. She knew there had to be a way to achieve fresh home-cooked meals from real ingredients Monday through Friday. In an effort to preserve her own health, this eager amateur cook turned to the kitchen.

She quickly came to the conclusion that organized shopping lists, prepared whole foods, and portable meals with minimal cleanup were essential to make homemade meals a reality with her 9 to 5 schedule. Malia began packing her delicious leftovers for lunch. No fail, every day her co-workers sniffed their way through the office and over to her desk. “What you got there? That smells good. YOU made THAT? Can I try it? Oh man! You have to send me that recipe!” Malia’s food system sparked curiosity in the co-workers she shared a cubicle farm with. Thus the idea for Food That Works was born!