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Daltons Honored with Community Spirit Award

Release Date: 06/08/2017

Inland and EMHS are proud to congratulate John and Jackie Dalton who were honored with a Spirit of Mid-Maine award today by the United Way of Mid-Maine. The award is given in recognition of their outstanding community support and volunteerism. Jackie also received a Women’s Leadership award for her commitment to the United Way and many other community organizations that make a difference in people’s lives.
 
Jackie is Co-Executive Director of REM, a non-profit organization that supports citizen volunteers working to improve quality of life in central Maine. She is a member of the United Way board of directors, and also serves on the boards of Kennebec Messalonskee Trails and Waterville Main Street. In addition, Jackie is a member of the Friends of the Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers.

John is President of Inland Hospital and Senior Vice President of EMHS. He chaired the United Way’s annual fundraising campaign in 2008.  John is chair of the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation, a member and past chair of the board of directors of the Central Maine Growth Council, a member of the boards of the Waterville Development Corporation and Waterville Creates!, and a member of Waterville Rotary.

Last February, John and Jackie received the Central Maine Citizen award from the Kennebec Valley District Boy Scouts, and in 2015, the couple was honored with the Mid-Maine Chamber’s Distinguished Community Service Award.

The awards were presented at the United Way’s annual meeting at Thomas College. About 150 people from the community attended to support the awardees and the work of United Way.
 
Pictured left to right: Elizabeth Barron, United Way Executive Director; Rev. Mark Tanner, Federated Church in Skowhegan who also received a Spirit Award; John and Jackie Dalton; and Cheryl Flewelling, United Way Board Chair

To learn more about the United Way, please click HERE.