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Plan Ahead for Maine’s Best Regional Guide 2020!

  40,000 printed 20,000 distributed from Chamber office 20,000 distributed to Maine, NH, MA Information centers, Maine Tourism Visitor Centers, Airports, Ferry Terminals 350-600 mailed monthly to requests from US, Canada and Abroad Entire Book available on Chamber Website Hundreds given away for weddings, events, seasonal rentals at our Visitor...

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Jumbo Jackpot Tickets on Sale Now!

Jumbo Jackpot is back!  Who wouldn’t want the chance to win $2500?  Starting in early August, tickets will be on sale for this year’s Jumbo Jackpot at the Chamber Visitor Center at 163 High Street in Ellsworth through Autumn Gold Days, or at one of the Chamber events during Autumn...

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When a Family Member Dies Without Assets

                                   By Rudman Winchell Attorney Tracy Collins   My Uncle Spike had two claims to fame: He was a nationally recognized ghost hunter, and he was the Yukon Cornelius of the Penobscot River, prospecting for gold...

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June is Membership Month!

Every year, members of the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce pay their annual dues and may or may not use all of the benefits available to them just by being a member. Regardless, they pay them anyway so that they can continue to be a part of an organization designed...

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The Chamber is Hiring!

The Chamber is hiring a Visitor Services/ Administrative Position.  Applicant should have exceptional interpersonal skills and enjoy working with the public. Good general knowledge of the region’s assets. Dependable, organized, and familiar with office procedures.  Computer skills a must.  Knowledge of QuickBooks and online newsletters helpful. Approximately 30 hours per...

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Does all Property go Through Probate?

       By Rudman Winchell Attorney  The purpose of a Last Will and Testament is to control the distribution of property in your probate estate after your death. But what property makes up your probate estate? Not all of it! Anything that is not part of your probate estate is...

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New Maine Legislation: An Act Regarding Pay Equality

By Rudman Winchell Attorney Anne-Marie L. Storey The business community is well aware that there are many proposed and pending pieces of legislation that would affect the workplace setting.  One of those, An Act Regarding Pay Equality, has already passed.  This law, which was signed into law by the Governor on...

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Which Type of Business Entity is Best for me? Part One

       By Rudman Winchell Attorney Katelynn Ronan In this two-part series, we’ll discuss the differences in the following business entities: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, and Limited Liability Company. Congratulations! You want to start a business. You’ve perfected a million dollar idea and are excited to hit the ground running. You’ve...

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