SEARCH’s annual fall dinner celebrating seniors and their volunteers was held in October. The SEARCH (Seeking Elderly Alone, Renew Courage and Hope) program of Catholic Charities provides volunteers for seniors so they can live more independently in their home. For more information about how you can make a difference in a senior’s life right here in the Kennebec Valley please contact Lynn at 530-0137 or email@example.com.
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- Summer reading program for children & teens coming from Winslow Public Library
- Scaled back Memorial Day observances in central Maine
- Free invasive plant management plans available
- Walk-a-thon becomes Exercise-a-thon at St. Michael School
- Waterville farmers market open every Thursday…rain or shine!
- The moose is loose!
- Unity College receives grant
- Maine-Japan printmaking exchange celebrates 5 years
- Mid-Maine Chamber leads the way during downtown reconstruction
- Fairfield launches new funding round for facade improvement