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  • Sally Bancroft lives in Yarmouth with her husband, Ron, and serves as a trustee for the Portland Symphony Orchestra.
  • Musical Memory: "The Concerto for Orchestra" by Béla Bartók.
  • Now in his 38th year with Maine Public, Charles Beck serves as our vice president for content for radio and television, overseeing the programming and operations of both services. While he may be "from away," Maine has been Charles's home more than any other place.
  • Kristin Thalheimer Bingham is a co-founder and co-owner of Dean's Sweets in Portland, ME. In addition to her long days and nights surrounded by chocolate, Kristin is a freelance English-language editor for educational publishers, including National Geographic Learning and Oxford University Press. In her free time, she plays pickleball, cycles with her husband Dean, and sings with Spotify.
  • Joe Boucher shares his musical memory of Le Vent du Nord.
  • Brooke shares her musical memory of My Favorite Things from The Sound of Music.
  • Richard Burbank is the founder, President, and CEO of Evergreen Home Performance. He enjoys organic gardening and playing accordion and concertina while singing sea shanties. Richard lives in Falmouth with his wife and three children.
  • Cathryn Douglas, a Maine Public Radio listener, shares her musical memory of Waltz for Debbie.
  • Leslee Fiveland grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, worked in international trade and shipping at the World Trade Center in New York and taught Spanish in the Bucksport Schools. She loves to travel and visit with her extended family. At home in Maine, she enjoys writing, reading, drawing, hiking, canoeing, sailing, and working with wood.
  • Rick Gallion grew up in Southeast Kansas. He joined the army at 17 and served 7 years, 3 of those as a Captain with the First Special Forces Group in Okinawa. He graduated college in 1975 with a B.A. in French Literature. Rick worked for the U.S. Marshals Service, District of Kansas, for 16 years, during which time...