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Video Creations' Rockhounds Little League team celebrates a successful year

July 1, 2009

This year, Video Creations sponsored the Rockhounds Little League Team in the Kennebunk/Kennebunkport area. The team performed well throughout the season, and more importantly, made many fun memories. They celebrated their season wrap up by walking along the Video Creations truck in a parade.


As a team they scored 165 runs in 16 games in 96 innings played.
Only gave up 36 runs against. Record was 14 wins 2 losses.
team they had 140 hits for the season. 29 doubles 7 triples and 7 homeruns. Five Rockhounds players will go on to play All-Stars this summer.


Video Creations in Kennebunk celebrates Grand Opening

Video Creations celebrated the Grand Opening of their new studio facility Thursday, October 23rd in Shoppers Village, Kennebunk. The new studio is two doors down from their previous location, and right next to the new Dunkin' Donuts building. The larger space will better accommodate their recent growth in business and addition of new services.

The Kennebunk-Kennebunkport Chamber of Commerce attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. Eighty-five guests attended the event, which was catered by Cherie's.

Employees gave tours to their guests, which showcased the company's full production capabilities: Preservation Services (transfer of film and tape to DVD), Production (Live Event, Commercials, Recruiting, Documentary), Presentation Services (Audio/Visual rental equipment for live presentations) and Web Creation, Hosting and Development.


Baldwin, Cote earn Portland Ballet awards

By Jim Kanak

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August 19, 2008 10:40 AM

OGUNQUIT - Stuart Nudelman of Ogunquit and Blake Baldwin of Kennebunk are recipients of this year's Dance Inspiration Award. The award is given annually by the Portland Ballet to honor community members who support the art of dance and the Portland Ballet.

"Stuart and Blake have donated thousands of hours," said Leslie Gibbons, the Ballet's Director of Development. "Stuart's done photography for us for 20 years. His photos adorn the walls of our offices. He's made such a difference. Blake's a relative newcomer. But he's become another angel. He videotapes everything for us."

Gibbons said Baldwin's videotapes allow the Ballet to capture the choreography of dances for future review. He also edits tapes of performances so the Ballet can use them in competitions.

"They both are among the nicest people you can meet," Gibbons said. "We seem to pick the good ones."

In addition to his photography work, Nudelman has also been a member of the Ballet's Board of Directors for 10 years, serving two years as co-president. "It's a great honor to be acknowledged by the Portland Ballet," he said. "My involvement is one of great respect, appreciation, and love."

Nuldelman said he believed the ballet's approach to dancing was commendable. "One of the things that impresses me about the ballet and got me involved is their attitude toward education and the well being of their students," he said. "That's the most important thing. In a competitive society, they are one example of sanity and proper values."

One difference in the award this year is the gift that accompanies it. Nudelman also had something to do with that change.

"In the past, the award has been a beautiful framed and signed photo by Stuart," Gibbons said. "We thought that wouldn't be appropriate this year. So this year we'll be giving a painting by Jan Roberson. Each recipient will receive a painting by her, a signed, framed work of art."

The awards were presented at the ballet's annual seaside cocktail party on Aug. 28.


Helping to preserving history: Video Creations recognized for preserving fire dept. films

- York County Weekend, Saturday, July 25, 2008

Biddeford Fire Chief Robert Fournier, right, presents a plaque to L. Blake Baldwin of Video Creations at the fire department Monday as Saco police officer and historian Michael Tremblay, left, looks on. Fournier presented a plaque to Baldwin for his efforts in backing up and preserving old historical film, and to Steven Pulos and Roger Hurtubise of Biddeford Public Access television for producing programs based on the department’s history. Photo by Jeff Lagasse.

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