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Friday, May 24, 2019
Jake Miller, First National Bank vice president and senior business development officer (left), CMCA Executive Director Suzette McAvoy and Director of Development and Marketing Sam Vail.
Jake Miller, First National Bank vice president and senior business development officer (left), CMCA Executive Director Suzette McAvoy and Director of Development and Marketing Sam Vail.
Thursday, May 16, 2019 3:38 PM
First National Bank recently donated $2,500 to sponsor Center for Maine Contemporary Art’s ArtLab Open Studio education program. Since its inception in 2011, CMCA’s ArtLab has been providing creative opportunities in its fully stocked ...
  • The Leopold Conservation Award is given to farmers, ranchers and foresters in honor of conservationist Aldo Leopold. In his influential 1949 book “A Sand County Almanac,” Leopold called for an ethical relationship between ...
  • There will be a community-wide conversation about universal, reliable high-speed internet service for St. George on Thursday, May 30, at 7 p.m. in the firehouse meeting room at the town office, 3 School Street. The meeting is ...
  • Healthy Lincoln County and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office will offer identical Responsible Beverage Seller/Server courses on Wednesday, May 29, at Brady’s Restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, and on Wednesday, June 19, at LincolnHealth ...
  • The St. George Business Alliance’s (SGBA) annual “Sales into the Season” takes place on Saturday, May 25. Participating SGBA members, including shops, galleries, restaurants, the Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum Store ...
  • Whole Oceans announced May 21 it has completed a purchase and sale agreement with American Iron and Metal (AIM) for a parcel of property on the site of the former Verso paper mill in Bucksport. The company anticipates ...
  • A version of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Summer Fair in Newcastle — remembered for its live auction, Holy Smoke Grill and organ grinder in the street — is being resurrected this summer, renamed RiverFest, and scheduled ...
  • Maine Job Corps is planning to hold information sessions for unemployed youth, ages 16 to 24, who are interested in learning about free career training in areas such as automotive, welding, health care, electrical and culinary arts....
  • One Community Many Voices Receives Grant to Improve Ragged Mountain Scuttle —
    Bangor Savings Bank Foundation awarded One Community Many Voices (OCMV) a $2,500 grant to go toward the construction costs of new obstacles for the annual Ragged Mountain Scuttle, an obstacle course race held in ...
  • Applications for street vendors are available for the annual Summer Solstice Celebration Street Party scheduled for Saturday, June 15, from 4 to 7 p.m. in downtown Rockland. The family-friendly celebration is organized by Rockland ...
  • Three Windjammers to Host Open House for Tourism Community —
    On Saturday, June 1, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. the Camden-based members of the Maine Windjammer Association, including the schooners Mary Day and Lewis R. French and the windjammer Angelique, are opening their decks, galleys ...
  • The 57th annual Community Awards Dinner and Meeting of the Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce will be held at Fisherman’s Wharf Inn, 22 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, on Wednesday, May 29, from ...
  • Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual auction on Saturday, June 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Maine Lighthouse Museum, 1 Park Drive in Rockland. Auctioneer Bruce Gamage will lead the bidding on more ...
  • Visitors to the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce website, CamdenRockland.com, will now find a lodging availability search option prominently displayed on the site. The search option was created by the ...
  • The eighth annual Bangor Savings Bank Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive began May 1 and continues through May 31 at all branches in Maine and New Hampshire. The donated peanut butter and jelly will be distributed to hunger prevention ...
  • Mirroring national statistics, sales of Maine’s existing-single-family homes dipped in March. According to the Maine Association of Realtors, sales declined 3.11 percent last month, with 1,120 homes changing hands — 36 fewer homes ...
  • In honor of its 25th anniversary, Furniture First National Buying Group, a retailer cooperative of which Dow Furniture in Waldoboro is a member, has donated $5,000 to the Red Cross designated for Midwest flood relief ...
  • First National Bank Invests $50,000 to Support Camden Public Library —
    First National Bank has pledged $50,000 to support Camden Public Library. Executives from the bank presented Camden Public Library staff with a check to support the long-term sustainability of the library and its capacity to create ...
  • Belfast Co-op will present a free cooking class teaching professional skills for the home kitchen on Wednesday, April 24, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Unitarian Universalist Church of Belfast, 37 Miller Street. Learn and practice skills such as ...
  • Two companies looking to pick up the pieces of Maine’s shattered paper industry and make use of the wood that once fueled it have been awarded grants totaling $1.5 million from Maine Technology Institute’s Emerging Technology ...
  • Good Tern Customers Raise Over $800 for Homeless Families —
    For the past few years, Good Tern Co-op in Rockland has sponsored the “Round It Up!” program, in which a different (often local) organization is chosen as the recipient of funds raised in the program for the month. Customers at the ...
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