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  • “Joyful Discipline” Meditation at Rockland Shambhala —
    Rockland Shamb- hala, 16 School Street in Rockland, will host a meditation retreat, “Joyful Discipline,” with Bryan Mendiola (pictured) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 3. In the morning, the group will explore the discipline of . . .
  • May is here again, and with the cheerful appear- ance of daffodils and tulips also comes Celiac Disease Awareness Month — every year! Let’s celebrate by increasing our knowledge and awareness of this condition. . . .
  • Quarry Hill Leadership Changes —
    Quarry Hill Retirement Community in Camden is bidding farewell to two members of its senior management team — an executive director and an administrator — and welcoming a new leader whose job description will eventually . . .
  • Pen Bay Medical Center Expands Its Physician Network
    Pen Bay Medical Center has been working on building a more robust provider network to meet the area’s day-to-day and specialty health care needs, and, as a result, currently Pen Bay Medical Center has nine primary care . . .
  • Skin cancer is a disease that affects people of every age, gender and ethnicity. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70; in fact, more people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year in the U.S. than all other . . .
  • New OB/GYN at Waldo General —
    Dr. Bruce Lastra (pictured) has joined the Women’s Health practice at Waldo County General Hospital and is accepting new patients in his Belfast office; call 505-4332. Dr. Lastra comes to WCGH from Bridgton OB/GYN, in Bridgton . . .
  • May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month in Maine and the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is reminding Mainers to take precautions against ticks and tick-borne diseases
  • The Strand Theatre in Rockland has installed closed captioning and visual-impairment assist technology in its auditorium to allow patrons that are deaf or hard of hearing, or are blind or have low vision, an opportunity to experience . . .
  • Tim Hughes, MD, who works at the Seaport Recovery Program in Belfast, has reserved the Abbott Room at Belfast Free Library for every Thursday between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., and he is encouraging people to stop by to talk . . .
  • Registration is open for The Longest Day, a nationwide fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association that lets people choose the day and way they will participate. Individuals and teams are invited to pick an activity they enjoy . . .
  • In a news release sent out on World AIDS Day — a day to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS — Planned Parenthood reminds the public that it offers access to prevention education, tools that reduce transmission, and HIV testing . . .
  • Young women in Knox County may be eligible for free, reliable, long-lasting birth control, due to a grant-funded initiative offered through Rockland Family Planning. The initiative covers a clinic visit and insertion of a long-acting reversible . . .
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