Speaker Date Topic
NO MEETING - Memorial Day May 28, 2018
Rotary: People of Action Jun 04, 2018
Committee Meetings
Tyler Cary Jun 11, 2018
Pine Tree Society
Tom McAdam Jun 18, 2018
Kennebec Behavioral Health

Thomas McAdam is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Kennebec Behavioral Health and has held that position for 15 years.  Kennebec Behavioral Health provides a full spectrum of mental health and substance abuse services with its primary catchment area of Kennebec and Somerset counties, but also providing services throughout the central Maine region.  Kennebec Behavioral Health serves over 14,000 persons per year, as well as providing rental services for over 300 people in the greater Waterville / Augusta area.  Kennebec Behavioral Health currently is the largest provider of Psychiatric Medication Management services in the state and provides a significant amount of services for persons that are members of the AMHI Consent Decree. 

Mr. McAdam has a Bachelor’s of Science in both Special Education and Elementary Education, an MBA in Health Administration, and a Graduate Certificate in Health Management.  Prior to coming to KBH, Mr. McAdam held the position of Director of Ambulatory Care in several southern Maine hospitals, as well as Practice Administrator for primary care. 

Mr. McAdam currently serves on the Board of Directors for Good Will - Hinckley Foundation and the Maine Association of Mental Health Services.  He is currently an adjunct instructor in the Graduate Business Administration program at Thomas College.  He was also a founding board member of the Preble Street Resource Center. 

Mr. McAdam lives in Portland with his wife and daughter. 


Warden Randall Liberty Jun 25, 2018
Maine State Prison

Randall Liberty began his Law Enforcement and Military career in 1982 serving as a Military Policeman in Korea and at the United States Army Correctional Activity, Fort Riley Kansas. Upon discharge, he worked as a Patrolman at the Fairfield Police Department and as a Corrections Officer at the Somerset County Correctional Facility.

Warden Liberty was hired by the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 as a Deputy Sheriff.  Over twenty-six years, he served as a Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Major, Chief Deputy and as the elected Sheriff for nine years. During his tenure as Sheriff, he focused on drug enforcement, drug abuse education and the treatment of addiction. He also assisted Military Veterans in their transition from the battlefield through advocacy, programming and Veterans Court.  He served as the President of the Maine Sheriffs Association, as the Chairman of the Maine Drug Enforcement Advisory Board and on the Board of Visitors at the University of Maine (Augusta). He represented the Maine Sheriff’s on the State of Maine Board of Corrections and on the Juvenile Justice Advisory Group.

In addition to his active duty service, Warden Liberty performed an additional twenty-one years in the Army National Guard and Army Reserves. During this time, he served as a Mountain Infantryman, a Drill Sergeant, and as an Instructor at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point. Liberty’s last assignment was in 2004 as the Command Sergeant Major of a Military Transition Team, imbedded with 772 Iraqi Infantryman in the City of Fallujah.

Liberty is a three time State of Maine Law Enforcement Officer of the year. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the National Sheriffs Institute and the New England Chiefs of Police Command Course. He earned a B.S. from the University of Maine (Augusta) and a Masters in Management and Leadership from Liberty University. Liberty currently serves as the Warden of the Maine State Prison where he strives to reduce recidivism through enhanced programming, education and vocational training.

NO MEETING - for 4th of July Jul 02, 2018
Buffy and Jen Jul 09, 2018
Paul Harris Celebration!! & Transition to New Year
Marcel Noel, District Governor Jul 16, 2018
Goals for the year: Be the Inspiration
Goals for the year: Be the Inspiration

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change- across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

This is the vision of Rotary, and Marcel will launch our centennial celebration and this year's theme, "Be the Inspiration"

According to Rotary International's President for 2018-2019, Barry Rassin from The Bahamas, 

"Rotary Service transforms lives and communities. To achieve even more of that truly transformational service, we need to think differently about our orle in Rotary,a nd Rotary's role in the world.

Most important of all, we need to be the inspiration for positive change, inspiring our clubs, our communities, and our organization to face today's challenges head on, with courage, optimism, and creativity."

Laura Young Jul 23, 2018
Maine Community Foundation

Laura serves as vice president of philanthropy for the Maine Community Foundation, a position she has held since 2005. She oversees the foundation’s statewide advancement, marketing and communications and works directly with donors to help them pursue their philanthropic goals. Prior to joining the Maine Community Foundation, Laura worked as senior vice president and director of corporate philanthropic initiatives at Demont & Associates, a Portland firm providing philanthropic counsel and related services to not-for-profit organizations. Prior to moving to Maine in 1995, Laura worked in Washington, D.C. at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and as a staff member for George Mitchell during his time as U.S. Senate majority leader.

Laura has served on the boards of her alma mater, Bates College, Portland Rotary, the Center for Grieving Children and on the United Way’s Greater Portland Community-Wide Goal Setting Council. Currently, Laura is immediate past-president of Portland Rotary Club and co-leads the club’s Childhood Hunger and Education initiative in Portland, serves on the board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Maine and Cheney Society Co-Chair for Bates College.

Garvan Donegan Jul 30, 2018
Central Maine Growth Council
Rotary: People of Action Aug 06, 2018
Committee Meetings
David Foster Aug 13, 2018
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
Dr. Barbara Covey Aug 20, 2018
Community Dental Center
NO MEETING: Labor Day Sep 03, 2018
Rotary: People of Action Sep 10, 2018
Committee Meetings
Commissioner Walt Whitcomb Sep 17, 2018
Dept of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry
Rotary: People of Action Oct 01, 2018
Committee Meetings GALA
The Party of the Century Oct 06, 2018
Centennial Gala
NO MEETING - Columbus Day Oct 08, 2018
Recover from Gala
Rotary: People of Action Nov 05, 2018
Committee Meetings
NO MEETING - Veterans Day Nov 12, 2018