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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
  • Babies are gently incorporated into poses and moves to support their comfort and promote parent-child connection
  • Area Interfaith Outreach (AIO) Child Hunger Program received a grant from Maine Community Foundation to help schoolchildren who don’t have enough to eat over the weekend
  • Health Clinic to Celebrate 20 Years
    Since its founding in 1999, the clinic has provided 32,000 free or low-cost medical, dental, and mental health and wellness visits to Knox County residents. It has also helped hundreds obtain access to free or affordable medications. This event recognizes the clinic’s 20 years of work and all who have made it a success
  • Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital are looking for volunteers to help provide A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls, a program designed to help people manage concerns about falls and increase physical activity.
  • Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital are offering several upcoming Journey to Health events. To register, visit journeytohealth.coursestorm.com or call 301-3950. All programs are free of charge.

  • Healthy Lincoln County Summer Meals program will pilot a mobile meals service in Waldoboro, Jefferson and Somerville from mid-July to late August, in addition to its current offerings of breakfast and lunch at sites around the county....
  • Knox Clinic Turns 20: Prescriptions: Not Always Expensive
    Maryanne moved to Maine to be near her family, but she realized the move was a risk. She was very worried that she might not be able to afford her medications if there were no medication assistance programs like the one she used ...
  • The “Lose It with the Y Summer Challenge” will begin Monday, June 24, with orientation at 5 p.m. at Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta. Orientation includes the first weigh-in and a group workout. The program ...
  • The Rockland Public Library now has a videophone for people who are deaf or hearing impaired, the Sorenson Video Relay Service. The new unit is located in the reading room. It allows deaf persons to place and accept phone ...
  • Coastal Family Hospice Volunteer Program Has New Graduates —
    Twenty midcoast residents recently completed the nine-week, 30-hour training program required to become Coastal Family Hospice Volunteers (CFHV) and graduated in May. The training prepares volunteers to walk into an end-of-life ...
  • First responders in Stockton Springs and Prospect have a new set of life-saving oxygen masks especially for pets and other small domestic animals. The masks, which can be used for creatures suffering from smoke inhalation and other ...
  • Healthy Lincoln County is teaming with local organizations to provide young people with free healthy meals throughout the summer through the USDA-funded Summer Food Service Program. The program is open to all children ages 18 and under ...
  • Director of Knox County Homeless Coalition Appointed Chair of Statewide Homeless Council —
    Gov. Janet Mills has appointed Stephanie Primm (shown), executive director of Knox County Homeless Coalition in Rockport, as the new chair of the Statewide Homeless Council. Her two-year appointment was effective May 20....
  • Camden Rotarians have stepped up to provide volunteer drivers for MCH Meals on Wheels. The new pool of volunteers will be responsible for delivering meals every Friday on the route that serves homebound seniors and disabled ...
  • Knox Clinic Turns 20 — Getting By with Help from Some “Genuinely Concerned” Neighbors
    “I have no idea where I’d be without the clinic.” David was speaking about the last few years, a time in which he both became sober and was successfully treated for cancer. Three years earlier he had lost the apartment he was renting ...
  • From Mental Health Challenges, Short Lessons in Peace
    When I met Jeffrey Conrad at his apartment at Megunti- cook House in Camden, the first thing he did was invite me to look around at all of his things. After I’d done a quick self-guided tour of the living room, he invited me to look ...
  • Dental Lifeline Network (DLN), Maine’s Donated Dental Services (DDS) program, was founded in 1999 in conjunction with the Maine Dental Association. The program serves people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically ...
  • Spring is finally here. The signs are clear — the yellows and purples of flowering bulbs are making their appearance, and the trees are leafing out. With spring, of course, also come spring vegetables. You can already find some at farmers’ ...
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