Erin was born and raised in Farmington, ME and has always had a passion for the water. Erin attended Camps Kirkwold and Pondicherry as a child, and ended up in the Counselor in Training program for 2 years before joining the staff at Pondicherry. Starting as a lifeguard, she climbed her way up the administrative ladder for 5 years and ended her tenure for the Girl Scouts of Maine as the Senior Program Director and Waterfront Director. Erin graduated college with a degree in Human Services with a focus in Mental Health. She has been the Aquatics Director for the Boothbay Region YMCA for 3 years, and is excited to be back outdoors and work with the youth in the community!
Assistant Aquatics & Camp Director, Fit Kids Coordinator
Lindsey has always loved being outside and sharing her adventures with others. Born and raised in a wooded area in Southern Maine, she has been active in many outdoor activities such as camping, canoeing, kayaking, and hiking. This love of nature brought her to Unity College where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. During the summers from 2011-2014, Lindsey worked as lead staff at Camp Pondicherry, teaching girls how to swim. She also worked for Maine Audubon, Nature’s Classroom in upstate New York, and Okemo Ski Resort in Vermont where she shared her love for the natural world with children ranging from three years old into their adult years. Lindsey is eager to get back out there and help implement Camp Knickerbocker’s new program to provide campers with the experiences she was fortunate to have growing up.
Emily Mirabile is the Arts and Humanities Director at our YMCA. This summer will be her 15th year directing the summer Music Theatre Camps. Along with teaching private voice lessons and directing the Y Arts year round musicals, Emily is also the director and choreographer for the national award-winning Y Arts competition team. Emily is honored to be a part of the Freddie G Fellowship having received highest honors in youth theater direction from the CEO of Music Theatre International, Freddie Gershon. Emily attended basketball and softball summer camps in her youth and during her middle school and high school years attended the New England Music Camp. Her fondest memories from childhood were her summers spent at camp and she finds such joy in creating those same memories for her campers and staff. Emily grew up in Boothbay and now resides in Edgecomb with her husband, Nick and son, Oscar. Nick and Emily own Harbor-Tech Solutions and Java Tech Cafe in Boothbay Harbor.
Joe Clark went to the CLC YMCA as a youth going through the after school, summer camp, and youth sports programs. He attended Great Salt Bay and Lincoln Academy. Joe attended New England College in Henniker New Hampshire earning a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and a Masters of Science in Sports and Recreational Management. Joe has been with the Y for nine years. Joe oversees the specialty camps and sailing camps for the Central Lincoln County YMCA, as well as overseeing the sports camps for both the Boothbay Region YMCA and The Central Lincoln County YMCA. Joe and his family reside in Damariscotta.