AUGUSTA — Kennebec Behavioral Health elected board members and honored community members at its annual meeting held recently at the Senator Inn.

The agency presented its Outstanding Community Partnership Award to the Greater Somerset Public Health Collaborative and the James R. Schmidt Award to Augusta’s Cross Cafe.

Elected to the agency’s KMHA Parent Board were Carol Axtell of Oakland, Ronald A. Ducharme of Winslow, Lisa Landry of Norridgewock and Rosalie C. Williams of Pittsfield.

Elected to the KBH Programs and Services Board: William I. Branch of Vassalboro, Patsy Garside Crockett of Augusta, Alan Dorval of Vassalboro and William S. Johnson of Pittsfield.

Elected to the KMHA Foundation Board were Sandra Delano of Pittsfield, Marjorie Downing of Newport and Samuel N. Goddard of China Village.

Elected to the KMHA Real Estate Board were Bruce Harrington of Oakland and Walter Price of Newport.

Sara Gagne-Holmes, executive director of the Augusta-based Maine Equal Justice Partners, gave a keynote presentation. The agency’s Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. McAdam led the meeting with KMHA Parent Board President Carol A. Welch.

For more information, visit www.kbhmaine.org.

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