On Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m., LCTV will air an important interview with Dr. Andrew Russ, a pediatrician and the associate vice president for medical affairs at LincolnHealth. Russ will be interviewed on “Community Conversations” by host Marva Nesbit.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta will host an American Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Lincoln County News received recognition for Lincoln County Magazine advertising and the GSB Students Investigate program in the New England Newspaper and Press Association’s Better Newspaper Competition.
It is time to prepare for spring bird-feeding as people eagerly anticipate the arrival of the colorful migrants. Mid-Coast Audubon will be accepting bird seed orders through Saturday, Feb. 22 to raise funds to support bird conservation and education programming.
Due to the icy driving conditions anticipated on Friday, Feb. 7, the annual Haiti Benefit Dinner has been postponed until Friday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, 380 Academy Hill Road, Newcastle.
Lincoln Medical Partners is offering walk-in flu shots on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 8 a.m. to noon at its office located on the first floor of the Watson Health Center on the LincolnHealth — Miles Campus in Damariscotta.
The next Sonic Uplift healing event will happen on Sunday, Feb 2 from 1-2 p.m. at 13 Pleasant St. in Newcastle, led by empathic healer Emily Sabino. Sonic Uplift healing events are free and open to the public.
Limited quantities of notecards, postcards, and prints of the 2019 #LCNme365 winning photograph are now available at The Lincoln County News office in Newcastle.
Nonprofit and public organizations seeking funding for projects that strengthen communities are encouraged to apply to the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program.
Spring is less than eight weeks away, according to the calendar. However, there is no guarantee that in those eight weeks there will not be more storms and cold winter weather.
Brad Kerr, age 39, formerly of New York City, now resides in Hamilton, N,Y. Several years ago, he experienced some profound changes that prompted him to step back and take a good hard look at where he was in his life. What Kerr saw motivated him to contemplate taking a year off, sort of a gap year, to reevaluate exactly what he wanted and needed.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta recently announced that its CEO, Meagan Hamblett, has been hired as the executive director for the YMCA Alliances of Maine and New Hampshire/Vermont. Hamblett’s last day at the CLC YMCA is Friday, Jan. 31.
Since Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust relocated its headquarters to Round Top Farm in Damariscotta last April, the farmhouse at Salt Bay Farm on Belvedere Road has become a dedicated nature center and a hub for outdoor education. The building will be open to the public at certain times through the winter.
Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust’s community skating rink, a fixture of Damariscotta’s winter landscape since 2011, is on hiatus for this season.
Last week’s cold snap covered many lakes and ponds in ice, but with the warming temperatures this week, the Maine Warden Service is urging people to use caution before venturing out onto any ice covering Maine’s waterways.