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.
The Lincoln County Fire Chiefs Association will raffle off a $1,000 gift certificate from Dead River Co. to raise funds for recruitment, retention, and training for all county fire departments.
The CLC YMCA recently shared some exciting news via social media and a membership email that tells a true story of what happens when community-minded, caring leaders come together to make things better than imagined.
Brisk mornings of autumn are almost upon us and the beautiful colors of fall lie ahead. Unfortunately for some of our Lincoln County neighbors, this means that the chill of winter, higher fuel prices, drafts from a poorly insulated foundation or roof, and the certainty of snow and ice will soon make simple tasks a challenge.
The Waldoborough Historical Society has been blessed by several gifts of Grace Rocks left in its wall, by its flagpole base, and near its entrance. These lovely hand-painted rocks are now assembled in the Hauck/Bailey Building, where visitors can see them, each one an individual picture of joy.
Maine’s iconic coastal sentinels take center stage during Maine’s ninth annual Open Lighthouse Day to be held this year on Saturday, Sept. 9. Twenty-five lighthouses will be open to the public throughout the state, offering free entry for visitors on this one day.
On Aug. 15, the Waldoboro Food Pantry served 57 households with food assistance consisting of food items purchased from Hannaford Supermarket in Waldoboro and the Common Market in Union, as well as from Good Shepherd Food Bank in Auburn. Many bakery items were furnished to the households from Borealis Breads in Waldoboro and from the Cupboard Collective in Auburn.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA announced the launch of its 2017 annual fund drive on July 13. This year’s theme is “Our Y is more than a gym. It’s a cause.” Funds raised through the annual drive provide an extraordinary opportunity to ensure a brighter future for the children, families, and seniors in the region.
A quilt raffle will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2 at the Bristol Area Library, 619 Old County Road, Pemaquid (Bristol).
Retired banker and real estate agent Alden McFarland calls lobstering his therapy. He has been lobstering most of his life and, like most fishermen, loves his time on the water. He calls himself a fair-weather lobsterman, and with just 200 traps, it is more of a hobby than a career.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church’s Help Yourself Shelf, a nonprofit in Wiscasset committed to helping to ease food insecurity, has been selected as a beneficiary of Hannaford Supermarket’s Cause Bag program for the month of September. The Hannaford Cause Bag program launched in October 2015 and is designed to support local hunger relief organizations through the sale of reusable Fight Hunger bags.