WATERVILLE — United Way of Mid-Maine will formally end its 2014-2015 fall fundraising campaign from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, in the Summit Room at Thomas College. As the largest community change organization in the area, UWMM will bring together donors, volunteers, partner agencies, and advocates for an evening of celebration, according to a news release from United Way of Mid-Maine.

Scott Bullock, campaign chairman and retiring president of MaineGeneral Health, will reflect on UWMM’s 60th Anniversary and the impact that local donors had on this year’s theme, the Power of Caring.

This community celebration will include hors d’oeuvres, live music, spotlights on community programs and initiatives, and personal recognitions of some of its campaign highlights. These awards will recognize local businesses and their employees who have demonstrated extraordinary service, contribution, and commitment to improving lives in Mid-Maine. All community members are welcome.

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