EDDINGTON – Students are moving and grooving in Eddington thanks to the Meadowbrook After School Dance program (or MASDP).
ORRINGTON – Members of the East Orrington Congregational Church are used to praying and these days their prayers are for blue skies and sunshine for the church’s upcoming annual charity car show. This is the sixth year the church on Johnson Mill Road has held a benefit car show to raise funds for heating assistance for those in need.
Geaghan Brothers Brewing Company offers photo contest
BANGOR – Geaghan Brothers Brewing is hoping to quench the thirst of Mainers and vacationers alike this summer during their ‘Where I drink GBB’ photo contest.
BANGOR - A group of New England School of Communications (NESCom) students are preserving history for generations to come.
BELFAST - Tanner Carson may only be in the third grade but he's already got a green thumb that would make any horticulturist jealous. The student from the Captain Albert Stevens Elementary School in Belfast recently participated in the Bonnie Plants Third Grade Cabbage Program and won $1,000 for growing an impressive 28 pound cabbage.
The Hathaway house is one of the most decorated homes in the Bangor area each Christmas. The family doesn't use hundreds of lights, they use thousands to decorate their house, garage, shrubs and trees. It's their small way of celebrating the holiday while also displaying their heartfelt gratitude to Eastern Maine Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or NICU.
"It's a lot of work and definitely a lot of love [to put up all the lights] but there's a reason behind what we're doing. We're collecting money for the NICU," explained Rick Hathaway.
Business donates portion of sales to Bark for Life
BANGOR - Geaghan's Pub & Craft Brewery in downtown Bangor is well known for its wings, beer and community spirit. For the fourth year in a row, the business is donating a portion of its proceeds from a certain day's sales to Greater Bangor Bark for Life, an American Cancer Society Relay for Life event that honors the caregiving qualities of canine companions.
BELFAST - Prom season is right around the corner, and many teenage girls who might not have been able to go due to cost are now getting the chance to attend the big dance all thanks to the Cinderella Project of Maine. This free prom dress giveaway, held at the Reny's Plaza in Belfast, is now in its 10th year, and in that amount of time it has supplied 1,200 high schoolers with a new or used prom dress.
"I can't believe it. I'm just so happy and so proud. Not many things make it to 10 years, especially when it's all volunteer based and seasonal," said Mandie Sawyer, chairperson of the Cinderella Project of Maine.
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