Everyone is welcome at a gathering on Wednesday, Sept. 27 to learn more about the services of New Hope for Women and what the organization does to support those affected by domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and elder abuse.
The Waldoboro Woman’s Club began its 2017-2018 year with a lovely luncheon at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at the VFW Hall on Mill Street in Waldoboro. The hostesses were Alice Duff, Barbara Hunt, and Penelope Crane. Waldoboro Woman’s Club President Judi Lawrence led the business meeting. Marilyn Andrews gave the thought for the day.
Elisha Hopkins’ 9-year-old son Gage is having a yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. to raise money to help those impacted by the recent hurricanes at Hatch Well Drillers, 13 E. Pond Road, Nobleboro.
The Eat Soup With Nuts Mah Jongg Group played in Bristol on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Girl Scouts of Maine announces that it will host Girls’ Night Out for potential members and volunteers at various locations this fall as a part of this year’s recruitment initiative.
Ever since the Pagurko family escaped a house fire in Whitefield on Sept. 3, the local community has been responding to the family’s needs to help them move on from a tragedy that destroyed their 1850s farmhouse.
Wiscasset School Supplies for Children started in July 2013 and is going on its fourth year supplying the students of Wiscasset with supplies to start their school year.
Gov. Paul R. LePage has directed that on Patriot Day, Monday, Sept. 11, both U.S. and State of Maine flags shall be lowered to half-staff. Flags will fly at half-staff for the entire day.
Students at the Boothbay Sea and Science Center capped off their summer program with a day-long visit to the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center. Under the leadership of Lili Pugh, the marine center’s K-12 education coordinator, nearly 30 Boothbay campers ages 5-13 learned about shellfish aquaculture.
There are a limited number of tickets still available for the sixth annual Claw Down – Maine Lobster Bite Competition. The competition features 10 Maine chefs who will compete with their best lobster bite for the title of 2017 Maine Claw Down Chef of the Year.
A local American Legion post and two local trucking companies are organizing a drive to collect a truckload of supplies for hurricane relief in Houston.
We would like to thank Brian Giles, who stopped, with his chainsaw, on Aug. 17, to help us clear a large limb from Mason Road.
Union Church in South Bristol is joining with other UCC churches in Maine collecting cleaning supplies for Hurricane Harvey relief in Houston.
One of the most important services New Hope for Women of Rockland provides to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking is its toll-free 24/7 hotline.
FARMS Community Kitchen will host four wonderful cooking classes that will highlight this season’s bounty. Join FARMS Youth Program Director Karen Kleinkopf for these fun, informative, hands-on classes. One can expand one’s repertoire with new recipes to use in the kitchen. Kleinkopf brings a passion for healthy cooking to her classes, which focus on locally grown, nutrient-dense vegetables.