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Saturday, August 24, 2019
  • Flock Party Benefits Knox County Homeless Coalition —
    Knox County Homeless Coalition received more than $30,000 in proceeds from the second annual Flock Party held in Rockland on June 7 to benefit the organization. More than 15 local businesses and 50 volunteers came ...
  • Maine Farms for the Future Program is now accepting grant applications. Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, Bureau of Agriculture, Food and Rural Resources offers grants for business-plan development (Phase 1) ...
  • The University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) on August 16 officially opened its Maine Cyber Range, which is designed to serve as a training center for cybersecurity degree students at UMA and current information technology and ...
  • Still Time to Apply for Leadership Academy
    Midcoast Leadership Academy (MLA) has extended its deadline for application to the upcoming year’s program. Applications are now due by August 31; the program begins on September 19. Based on a national model for community leadership ...
  • Heavenly Threads Donates to Meals on Wheels, Hospitality House —
    Heavenly Threads Thrift Shop, an outreach of First Camden Congregational Church, located at 55 Elm Street, has supported MCH Meals on Wheels, among other local charities, for two decades. MCH Meals on Wheels serves over ...
  • Camden National Bank’s Hope@Home Benefits Homeless —
    Camden National Bank’s Hope@ Home giving program benefits homeless families served by Knox County Homeless Coalition. Camden National recently presented the organization with a donation of $2,600. Through the Hope@Home ...
  • Maine Department of Labor will hold a meeting for retirees considering a return to part-time work at 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 10, at Bartlett Woods Retirement Community, 20 Bartlett Drive in Rockland. The meeting is free and open ...
  • Maine Community Foundation’s Equity Fund is accepting applications from nonprofits for project and capacity-building grants that address lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) issues and needs. The application ...
  • Maine Community Foundation’s Maine Theater Fund is accepting grant applications from local, regional and statewide nonprofit theaters or theater groups in Maine. Funds will be awarded for programmatic, capacity-building, operating ...
  • Sidecountry Sports Supports Trail Project
    Sidecountry Sports owners Andrew Dailey and Brian Kelley recently pledged a $10,000 cash gift to support the Georges River Land Trust’s trails program. Georges River Land Trust manages over 60 miles of trails, most of ...
  • Implementing Project Management, a certificate program, will be offered Fridays, September 20 and 27 and October 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at University of Maine Hutchinson Center, 80 Belmont Avenue, Belfast. Instructor ...
  • MRC Unveils Mr. Colossus —
    Midcoast Recreation Center’s (MRC) Ice Arena is intro- ducing a 20-foot-tall inflatable hockey player — Mr. Colossus (Mr. C). MRC is seeking local businesses to host Mr. C to help promote hockey at the center. The public is ...
  • Roxanne Quimby, founder and former CEO of Burt’s Bees, will teach an online Unity College course, Creating a Healthy Hive: Starting Your Own Sustainable Business, August 26 through September 29, with Sarah Lozanova ...
  • On June 18, the Camden Rotary Club presented eight organizations with grants totaling $25,000. Organizations receiving grants included ...
  • 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 ...
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