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Hancock Named Best Place to Work in Maine, 4-Years in a Row!

August 18, 2017 7:01 pm Comments Off on Hancock Named Best Place to Work in Maine, 4-Years in a Row!
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Hancock Named Best Place to Work in Maine, 4-Years in a Row! For the fourth consecutive year, Hancock Lumber has been named a Best Places to Work in Maine! Being honored four times in a row takes every person on Team Hancock... View Article

Two New Boom Trucks: Welcome to Team Hancock

August 11, 2017 7:47 pm Comments Off on Two New Boom Trucks: Welcome to Team Hancock
Bridgton Boom Truck

TWO NEW BOOM TRUCKS: WELCOME TO TEAM HANCOCK! Hancock Lumber is excited to welcome two new boom trucks to the fleet this summer.  After months of spec-ing the components and assembling the trucks, our new wheels have landed at our Bridgton and... View Article

Hancock Hosting Employment Open House!

August 8, 2017 4:26 pm Comments Off on Hancock Hosting Employment Open House!
Ryefield Sawmill

Hancock Hosting Employment Open House! Stop by our employment open house and explore a career with Hancock Lumber on Thursday, August 10th from 1pm – 4pm. Our Ryefield sawmill in Casco will be hosting the event for potential employees who are... View Article

Building a Better World with Raymond Village Library

July 14, 2017 1:19 pm Comments Off on Building a Better World with Raymond Village Library
Erin + Forest

Hancock Lumber joined the Raymond Village Library this week, as a part of their “Building a Better World” summer programming. Children’s Librarian, Karen Perry, invited Hancock to join the summer library program, aimed to encourage children and families of the community... View Article

Travis Mills Foundation: Hancock Lumber’s Brunswick store and Casco sawmill collaborate for a great cause!

June 9, 2017 8:05 pm Comments Off on Travis Mills Foundation: Hancock Lumber’s Brunswick store and Casco sawmill collaborate for a great cause!

The Travis Mills Foundation Veterans Retreat is the dream of retired United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, who lost both arms and legs in Afghanistan on April 10, 2012, when he was critically injured by an IED (improvised explosive... View Article

Team Building in the Royal River

May 26, 2017 2:10 pm Comments Off on Team Building in the Royal River
Royal River Hancock Team

Team Building in the Royal River.   Members of our Yarmouth team recently competed in the annual Royal River corporate canoe challenge, participating in a fun day of team building and competition.  The event helps raise money for the Royal... View Article

Searching for Voices in the City of Music

May 12, 2017 1:24 pm Comments Off on Searching for Voices in the City of Music

I was blessed to be the key note speaker this weekend at the annual National Spasmodic Dysphonia Conference held, ironically this year, in the Music City of Nashville, TN.  People with broken voices from all over the world came to... View Article

Hancock Helps Local Nonprofit, Healthy Homeworks

May 1, 2017 6:34 pm Comments Off on Hancock Helps Local Nonprofit, Healthy Homeworks
Amy + Allie HH

Hancock Helps Local Nonprofit, Healthy Homeworks! Recently, Hancock Lumber connected with Healthy Homeworks, a nonprofit organization based out of Lewiston, dedicated to helping landlords and tenants work together as shared stewards of the aging housing stock, building practical skills, healthy... View Article

Join Team Hancock for an Earth Day Celebration

April 21, 2017 7:44 pm Comments Off on Join Team Hancock for an Earth Day Celebration
Forest Hancock at Children's Museum

Join Team Hancock for an Earth Day Celebration! Join Team Hancock for an Earth Day Celebration at the Children’s Museum + Theater of Maine. Celebrate Earth Day with our friends at the museum on Saturday, April 22nd. The day will start... View Article

Hancock Lumber Attends Lake Region Agricultural Fair

April 14, 2017 3:20 pm Comments Off on Hancock Lumber Attends Lake Region Agricultural Fair
Lake region agricultural fair

Hancock Lumber Attends Lake Region Agricultural Fair | For the first time ever, Lake Region High School and Vocational Center produced an agricultural fair, bringing in 75  local businesses.  Over 1,000 area students attended the fair which included a gym... View Article