Kennebec Valley Tourism Council announces election of officers

From left-to-right: Mike Guarino, Kim Lindlof, Kristina Cannon

Kennebec Valley Tourism Council (KVTC) has elected the following officers to its board of directors for a one-year term from July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023: Mike Guarino, owner of Maine Wilderness Tours, as chairman; Cheryl Nadeau, town manager of Jackman, as vice chairman; Kimberly N. Lindlof, president and CEO of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce and executive director of Central Maine Growth Council, as treasurer. Kristina Cannon, executive director of Main Street Skowhegan, will remain as chairman of its marketing committee.

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 of 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.

 
 

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