REM Award Honorees (2003) — Bridget Hallee Campbell (Waterville Main Street)

Waterville Main Street is proud to honor Bridget Hallee Campbell as our 2003 Community Volunteer.

Bridget is an immensely talented graphic designer and is owner of Papermoon Graphics in downtown Waterville. She currently serves as co-chair of the Waterville Main Street Promotion Committee and previously served as a member of the Design Committee. She can be found at all of our downtown events, taking photos for us to use in our marketing materials and helping in whatever way she can.

Bridget designed our new “Enjoy Downtown Waterville” logo was to foster an image of downtown as the place for shopping, dining, and cultural activities. Bridget also designed the WMSt window display. We can always count on her to provide us with valuable input and design advice.

Besides her volunteer work for WMSt, Bridget donates graphic design services to a number of area non-profits such as Hardy Girls Healthy Women, the Waterville Opera House, and Maine Communities for Children. In addition, she has shared her time and talent as a volunteer for several other organizations including the Waterville Opera House, INSIDE OUT Playground, New England Music Camp, the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, the Winslow Congregational Church, and Winslow Elementary School.

Bridget is clearly a huge asset not only to Waterville Main Street, but also to the entire community. It is our great pleasure to honor her at this year’s REM Community Volunteer Awards Ceremony.

For more information about Waterville Main Street, please visit its website.

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