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<ul><li><p>INDUCTION CEREMONY </p><p>The annual Induction Ceremony held </p><p>on the third Saturday of March each </p><p>year is an outstanding public event </p><p>when one or two women of </p><p>achievement are honored. </p><p>Each year the ceremony has been </p><p>held at the University of Maine at </p><p>Augusta during the month of March, </p><p>in observance of Womens History </p><p>Month. </p><p>The photographs and citations are on </p><p>permanent display at UMAs </p><p>Bennett D. Katz Library. </p><p>The impressive Induction Ceremony </p><p>honors the inductee(s) with a </p><p>presentation by family, friends and </p><p>co-workers, culminating with the </p><p>presentation of a certificate. </p><p>A Silver Tea is held in conjunction </p><p>with the Induction Ceremony to </p><p>honor our inductee(s). </p><p>BPW/Maine Past State Presidents </p><p>have contributed greatly to the </p><p>success of the Silver Tea. </p><p>Maine Womens Hall of Fame </p><p>The Maine Womens Hall of Fame </p><p>was founded in 1990 by the Maine </p><p>Federation of Business and </p><p>Professional Women, now known as </p><p>Business and Professional Women/</p><p>Maine. Other co-sponsors are BPW/</p><p>Maine Futurama Foundation and the </p><p>University of Maine at </p><p>Augusta (UMA). </p><p>The BPW/Maine Futurama </p><p>Foundation is establishing the Maine </p><p>Womens Hall of Fame Library </p><p>Collection. Books by/about Maine </p><p>Womens Hall of Fame inductees and </p><p>Maine women in general are being </p><p>collected. </p><p>Websites: </p><p>www.bpwmefoundation.org </p><p>www.bpwmaine.org </p><p>www.uma.edu/mwhof.html </p><p>Co-Sponsors </p><p>Honoring Maine Women </p><p>since 1990 En</p><p>close</p><p>d i</p><p>s m</p><p>y g</p><p>ift </p><p>to B</p><p>PW</p><p>/Mai</p><p>ne </p><p>Fu</p><p>tura</p><p>ma </p><p>Fo</p><p>un</p><p>dat</p><p>ion i</p><p>n t</p><p>he </p><p>amou</p><p>nt </p><p>of:</p><p>My</p><p> ch</p><p>eck i</p><p>s en</p><p>clo</p><p>sed. </p><p> Ple</p><p>ase </p><p>use</p><p> my</p><p> gif</p><p>t as</p><p> in</p><p>dic</p><p>ated</p><p> bel</p><p>ow</p><p>: </p><p>Sch</p><p>ola</p><p>rship</p><p>s </p><p> E</p><p>nd</p><p>ow</p><p>men</p><p>t </p><p> B</p><p>oo</p><p>ks </p><p>for </p><p>Lib</p><p>rary</p><p> Nam</p><p>e: </p><p>Add</p><p>ress</p><p>: </p><p> (S</p><p>tree</p><p>t or </p><p>P.O</p><p>. B</p><p>ox) </p><p>(Cit</p><p>y) </p><p> (</p><p>Sta</p><p>te) </p><p> (</p><p>Zip</p><p>) </p><p>Ph</p><p>on</p><p>e: </p><p> E</p><p>mai</p><p>l: </p><p> I/W</p><p>e w</p><p>ou</p><p>ld l</p><p>ike </p><p>to m</p><p>ake </p><p>this</p><p> gif</p><p>t in</p><p> mem</p><p>ory</p><p> of </p><p>or </p><p>hon</p><p>or </p><p>of:</p><p> Ret</p><p>urn</p><p> to</p><p> BP</p><p>W/M</p><p>aine </p><p>Fu</p><p>tura</p><p>ma </p><p>Fo</p><p>un</p><p>dat</p><p>ion</p><p>, M</p><p>aril</p><p>yn</p><p> V. </p><p>Lad</p><p>d, O</p><p>ffic</p><p>e M</p><p>anag</p><p>er </p><p> 1</p><p>03</p><p> Co</p><p>unty</p><p> Road</p><p>, O</p><p>akla</p><p>nd, </p><p>ME</p><p> 04</p><p>963</p><p> E</p><p>mai</p><p>l: m</p><p>vla</p><p>dd</p><p>@co</p><p>lby</p><p>.edu</p><p>BP</p><p>W/M</p><p>ain</p><p>e F</p><p>utu</p><p>ram</p><p>a F</p><p>ou</p><p>nd</p><p>atio</p><p>n i</p><p>s a </p><p>50</p><p>1 (</p><p>c) (</p><p>3) </p><p>corp</p><p>ora</p><p>tio</p><p>n; </p><p>your </p><p>con</p><p>trib</p><p>uti</p><p>on i</p><p>s d</p><p>edu</p><p>ctib</p><p>le t</p><p>o t</p><p>he </p><p>full</p><p>est </p><p>exte</p><p>nt </p><p>of </p><p>the </p><p>law</p><p> as </p><p>no</p><p> goods </p><p>or </p><p>serv</p><p>ices</p><p> wer</p><p>e p</p><p>rov</p><p>ided</p><p> in</p><p> co</p><p>nsi</p><p>der</p><p>atio</p><p>n o</p><p>f yo</p><p>ur </p><p>gif</p><p>t. </p><p>BPW/Maine </p><p>Business and Professional Women/Maine </p></li><li><p>MAINE WOMENS HALL </p><p>OF FAME INDUCTEES </p><p>1990 the late U.S. Senator </p><p>Margaret Chase Smith the late Mabel Wadsworth </p><p> 1991 </p><p>the late Gail Laughlin, J.D. the late Dr. Elizabeth Russell </p><p> 1992 </p><p>the late Ninetta M. Runnals </p><p>1993 the late Dorothy M. Healy </p><p>Gilda Nardone </p><p>1994 the late Esther Elizabeth Woods </p><p> 1995 </p><p>Eloise Vitelli </p><p>1996 the late Elizabeth W. Crandall </p><p>the late Marti Stevens </p><p>1997 the late Ethel Wilson Gammon </p><p>the late Mildred Brown Schrumpf </p><p>1998 Lois Galgay Reckitt </p><p> 1999 </p><p>Elizabeth H. Mitchell U.S. Senator Olympia J. Snowe </p><p> 2000 </p><p>the late Prof. Caroline Gentile Joan Benoit Samuelson </p><p> 2001 </p><p>the late Linda Smith Dyer, J.D. Chellie Pingree </p><p> 2002 </p><p>Dr. Theodora J. Kalikow </p><p>2003 Dr. Nancy Hensel </p><p> 2004 </p><p>Sharon H. Abrams Judith Magyar Isaacson </p><p> 2005 </p><p>Patricia M. Collins Judy Ayotte Paradis </p><p> 2006 </p><p>the Rt. Rev. Chilton R. Knudsen </p><p>2007 Laura Fortman </p><p>Dale McCormick </p><p>2008 Karen Heck </p><p>the late Florence Brooks Whitehouse </p><p>2009 Sharon Barker </p><p> 2010 </p><p>the late Thelma Swain </p><p>2011 U.S. Senator Susan M. Collins </p><p>Katherine O. Musgrave </p><p>2012 Mary Farrar </p><p>Ruth L. Lockhart </p><p>2013 Lyn Mikel Brown, Ed.D </p><p>Mary R. Cathcart </p><p>2014 Laurie G. Lachance </p><p>Patricia E. Ryan </p><p>BPW MAINE HALL OF FAME </p><p>2009 the late Patricia (Patti) Carol Bourgoin, </p><p>the late Jeanne Littlefield Hammond, and </p><p>the late Arline Andrews Lovejoy </p><p>(all BPW Maine Past Presidents) </p><p>BPW/Maine Futurama </p><p>Scholarships The BPW/Maine Scholarships have increased </p><p>significantly over the years. Recipients have </p><p>extended their education in a broad range of </p><p>post-secondary programs. </p><p>Through the Futurama Foundation, the following </p><p>scholarships are awarded annually to Maine women </p><p>with financial need. </p><p>The Lemieux - Lovejoy Youth Scholarship </p><p>To a high school senior who has been accepted into </p><p>an accredited college or university. </p><p> The BPW/Maine Continuing Education Scholarship </p><p>To a woman matriculated in a college or other </p><p>educational program. </p><p>The Webber Group Career Advancement </p><p>Scholarship </p><p>To a woman at least thirty years of age continuing </p><p>in, or returning to, a program of higher education or </p><p>training, either full-time or part-time. </p><p> The BPW/University of Maine at Augusta Scholarship </p><p>To a single parent enrolled at UMA. </p><p>The Kennebec Savings Bank/BPW Scholarship </p><p>To a resident of Kennebec County enrolled in </p><p>post-secondary educational program. </p><p>The Jeanne L. Hammond Memorial Scholarship </p><p>To any woman in Maine who is a recent high school </p><p>graduate or career person intent on continuing her </p><p>education. </p><p>The BPW/Maine Futurama Foundation is a </p><p>501(c) (3) organization and all donations are tax </p><p>deductible. The Foundation enhances the BPW </p><p>tradition of women helping women. </p><p>Scholarship applications, deadline and </p><p>submission information can be found at: </p><p>www.bpwmefoundation.org </p><p>SELECTION PROCESS </p><p>The Maine Womens Hall of Fame </p><p>is dedicated to women who have </p><p>met three specific criteria: </p><p> The womans achievements </p><p> have had significant statewide </p><p> impact. </p><p> The womans achievements </p><p> significantly improved the </p><p> lives of women in Maine. </p><p> The womans contribution </p><p> has enduring value for </p><p> women. </p><p>Nominations are submitted by a </p><p>variety of organizations, businesses, </p><p>or individuals. </p><p>An independent panel of judges </p><p>reviews the nominations with </p><p>careful consideration to select one </p><p>or two honorees to be inducted each </p><p>year. </p><p>A photograph of each inductee is </p><p>added to the permanent display at </p><p>UMA. </p></li></ul>

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