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Blog Archive: January 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011

Community Mini-grants available

October 28, 2011

Community Mini-grants Available

Community organizations, worksites, schools, youth groups, daycares, and others in Sagadahoc County, Brunswick and Harpswell are encouraged to apply for up… Read more...

University Program Information Sessions Offered in Bath

October 27, 2011

University Program Information Sessions Offered in Bath

Beginning the first week in November University College at… Read more...

"Keep a Family Rolling"

October 26, 2011

Dear Friend,

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, traditionally a time for folks to reflect and be thankful for their blessings throughout the year. Giving back is a key value here at… Read more...

BRIGGS ADVERTISING WINS AT 2011 W3 AWARDS

October 19, 2011

Bath, ME - ( October 17, 2011 ) - Briggs Advertising of Bath, ME took home two silver awards in the prestigious, international W3 Awards which honor outstanding… Read more...

Volunteer to Ring the Bell at the Red Kettles

October 19, 2011

The Christmas Season is upon us once again. Soon, the stores will be decorated with Christmas trees, window displays and all sorts of fixtures reminding us that we must go out and prepare for… Read more...

Red Cross Urges Caution as Weather Gets Colder

October 18, 2011

As the temperatures start to chill across the midcoast region, the American Red Cross urges families to be cautious when using space heaters and other heat sources, and to make a plan in case of a… Read more...

Chamber Member publishes book

October 18, 2011

Rylee Rising

What do you do when you are trying to stop legislation from defunding a free clinic and you know nothing about politics?  You roll up your sleeves and figure out… Read more...

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