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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
  • Dear Senator Thibodeau; Now that the people of Maine have once again confirmed their support for Medicaid Expansion with an overwhelming vote, it’s time to make it happen. I am wondering what your plan is to implement this voter mandate. . . .
  • Over 110 community and customer volunteers worked from October 18 to November 2 at the Belfast Boathouse to make Window Dressers interior storm windows for residents of Waldo County. We would like to express our huge gratitude . . .
  • For those on the outside, it may not be possible to really know what it’s like to be a drug addict. People can try to explain how they feel, or the fear or shame they experience every day because of their addiction. But until someone has . . .
  • Penobscot Language School in Rockland recently held a fund-raiser, “It’s About Time!” The event featured a French meal, prepared by Chef Manuel Mercier of the Youngtown Inn, paired with wines from Easterly Wine of Belfast. . . .
  • Kno-Wal-Lin Auxiliary is sponsoring our sixth annual Christmas Trees for Warmth. We are looking for hats, mittens, gloves and scarves of all sizes, either handmade or store-bought, to be hung on our trees. These items will be distributed to . . .
  • On Tuesday, October 24, I had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at the Maine State Prison for the graduation of six inmates from The Liberation Institute’s yoga program. (I attended the graduation with Rev. Andy Stinson, Second . . .
  • Deer Foot Farm in Appleton will be hosting its fifth annual Wreath Making for Hunger. We provide the greens, rings, bows and wire to make your own wreath for your home. You decide what your wreath is worth and make a donation to the . . .
  • Waldo County Woodshed has been providing free firewood to those in need of home heating assistance for three years. Through countless hours of volunteerism, financial and hardwood donations, The Woodshed has established . . .
  • Appleton Library’s 2017 “Bikes for Books” summer reading program was a great success. I would like to thank the Union Masonic Lodge 31, and particularly Mac “Tim” MacArthur and Gary Roberts for this accomplishment. The Union . . .
  • On Tuesday mornings a group of local knitters calling themselves “Knit Happens” has been meeting at the Thomaston Library to share knitting yarn, hints, patterns and skills. Newcomers to this craft have learned how to knit from . . .
  • To all of the Grace & Grit event coordinators, volunteers, donors, sponsors and participants, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the amazing event that was the Grace & Grit 5K. Words cannot express how much the outpouring . . .
  • In early August of this year, I attended the Maine Youth Wilderness Leadership Program. A flagship program for youth, the Maine Youth Wilderness Leadership Program is designed to cultivate and inspire the next generation of Maine’s . . .
  • Purchasing a used vehicle and later learning it has been flood-damaged can be very problematic and lead to costly issues down the road. Worst yet, these vehicles can be unhealthy to occupy because of mold and bacteria growing . . .
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