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Apple Corps Honors Food Bank Volunteers

Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine is proud to announce Apple Corps, a new volunteer recognition program honoring volunteers for their service to the Food Bank. The recognition program was created to highlight dedicated Food Bank volunteers, recognize volunteer leaders, and support Food Bank ambassadors. Apple Corps has three levels designated by hourly milestones:

  • Cortland – donating over 100 hours in one year
  • McIntosh – donating over 200 hours in one year
  • JoAnn Pike Volunteer Service Award – honors volunteers who have volunteered 500+ hours of their time

Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine is honoring the following individuals for their service in 2021:

Cortland Level

  • Timothy Diehl, Portland
  • Ned Dubois, Bangor
  • Brenda Leighton, Hampden
  • William Mungall, Cumberland
  • Geraldine Tinkham, Auburn

McIntosh Level

  • Kenneth Holt, Lisbon
  • Thomas Torrey, Bangor

JoAnn Pike Volunteer Service Award

  • Claire Begin, Lisbon
  • Doug Boyce, Standish
  • Dot Gibbert, Lewiston
  • Chase Nuttall, Old Town

Good Shepherd Food Bank also welcomes the first Apple Corps Ambassador, Misty Coolidge. She is immersing herself in the Feeding America community, educating others on food insecurity, and sharing her journey through a series of blog and social media posts.