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Sunday, June 16, 2019
Pictured left to right are Girls on the Run coaches Augusta Stockman and Caroline Moore, Bangor Savings Bank Branch Manager Corey Belcher, and the PenBay YMCA Girls on the Run team.
Pictured left to right are Girls on the Run coaches Augusta Stockman and Caroline Moore, Bangor Savings Bank Branch Manager Corey Belcher, and the PenBay YMCA Girls on the Run team.
Thursday, June 6, 2019 5:11 PM
Girls on the Run Maine received a $2,500 grant from Bangor Savings Bank to sustain and expand programming in the midcoast. Girls on the Run Maine, a youth development program designed to enhance girls’ social, emotional and ...
  • Perkins Center Honors Steven Hufnagel
    The Frances Perkins Center will honor Steven Hufnagel, executive director of the Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust (CRCT), at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, at the Frances Perkins Homestead National Historic Landmark ...
  • University of Maine Cooperative Extension is offering an FDA-recognized food safety certification workshop beginning Wednesday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the UMaine Extension office, 307 Maine Avenue, Bangor. The 20-hour ...
  • School-Based Restorative Practices
    University of Maine Hutchinson Center and Restorative Justice Project of Belfast will offer a six-session program for school-based teams, “Foundations in School-Based Restorative Practices,” beginning Thursday, June 27. Subsequent dates ...
  • “The Power of Group Work” June 28 at Hutchinson Center —
    Licensed clinical psycholo- gist and author Wendy Satin Rapaport (pictured) will offer a professional development program for educators, health care workers, clergy, social workers and mental health professionals, “The Power of Group Work” ...
  • Project Management Certificate Program at Hutchinson Center —
    A certificate program in project management will be offered June 21, 27 and 28, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at UMaine Hutchinson Center, 80 Belmont Avenue, Belfast. Instructor Jim Milliken (pictured) holds Project Management ...
  • First National Bank Celebrates EMS Week with Donations —
    First National Bank has made donations totaling $2,200 to 11 emergency medical service organizations in the bank’s market area in response to National EMS Week — May 19 through 25 this year. First National Bank Vice President and ...
  • Camden Choral Director Receives Awards —
    On May 16, Camden Hills Regional High School Chorus Director Kimberly Murphy (pictured) was a corecipient of the 2019 Maine Music Educator of the Year award, given by the Maine Music Educators Association. She was also ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Recruiting is now under way for students in the Mechanized Logging Operations Program (MLOP), which begins its next class June 24 in the woods of western Maine. Students enrolled in the post-secondary training program will ...
  • Waldoboro Business Assoc. Meeting at Midcoast Conservancy Office to Feature Discussion of Town’s TIF Proposal —
    Town planners will present a comprehensive overview of a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) proposal that will be on the Waldoboro June ballot at the next Waldoboro Business Association meeting, on Wednesday, March 27, at 6 p.m. at ...
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