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Banks/Credit Unions


Cathy Barter
Reliable checking accounts and banking solutions

Amy Heywood-Smith
Camden National Bank is a full-service community bank that’s been supporting Maine’s people and businesses since 1875. With advanced online and mobile banking solutions, a statewide network of 63 branches and 85 ATMs, and rewards for everyday banking, we offer smart solutions to fit your needs wherever you are. Whether you need a commercial loan or financing for a small business, we have the financial strength and expertise to help. www.CamdenNational.com; 800-860-8821.

Lori Saucier
Midcoast Federal Credit Union is a full service, not-for-profit financial cooperative, owned by its members. The Credit Union serves the communities of Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox Counties along with residents and businesses located in the towns of Brunswick, Harpswell and Freeport.

Marc Solebello
Northeast Bank is a community bank serving Western, Central, and Southern Maine. Since 1872, we have been serving our local markets with innovative financial products. We are also committed to supporting the communities in which we live and work through our charitable donations and employee volunteerism. Northeast Bank has been helping Mainers purchase a home, get their business off the ground, or save for retirement for over 140 years.

Michelle Curtis
Founded in 1887, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust is a community bank with 15 branches from Lubec to Topsham, Maine. We offer a full-range of financial services products for families, businesses, non-profit organizations. We have easy-to-understand deposit and loan products, so whether you need some extra cash or a safe place to keep what you have, we can help.

Chris McGorrIl
Atlantic Federal Credit Union has been serving members since 1941. Surcharge-free ATM; Shared Branching; Free Checking – Ask for Kasasa; Mortgages; Auto Loans; Retirement and Insurance Advisors on-site; Business Lending and Deposit Accounts.

Darren Williams
A trusted, full-service Maine bank for over 140 years.

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