At Monday, August 15th's Ellsworth City Council Meeting, the City Council presented awards to 4 Ellsworth Police Department employees and a member of the Ellsworth Water Department.

John Wedin from the Ellsworth Water Department was recognized for 10 years of service to the City.

Ellsworth City Council Chair Robert Crosthwaite and John Wedin Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media

Teri Linscott was honored for 5 years of service with the Ellsworth Police Department

Ellsworth City Council Chair Robert Crosthwaite and Teri Linscott Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media

Chad Wilmot was honored for 15 years of service with the Ellsworth Police Department

Ellsworth City Council Chair Robert Crosthwaite and Chad Wilmot Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media

Detective Dotty Small was honored for 35 years of service with the Ellsworth Police Department!

Ellsworth City Council Chair Robert Crosthwaite and Dotty Small Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media
(L-R) Dotty Small, Teri Linscott, Chad Wilmot and Chief Harold "Pete" Bickmore Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media

Then Officer Amie Torrey received a Letter of Commendation for her actions on July 28th when she found a man unconscious. She performed CPR on the man until County Ambulance arrived. They transferred the man to Maine Coast Memorial where he was given Narcan and revived and released shortly thereafter.

Ellsworth City Council Chair Robert Crosthwaite and Amie Torrey Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media
Officer Amie Torrey and Chief Harold "Pete" Bickmore Photo Chris Popper Townsquare Media

All available officers of the Ellsworth Police Department were in attendance to honor their coworkers during the presentations.