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Healthy Acadia Offering Online Responsible Beverage Server and Seller Training as Businesses, Restaurants Reopen

Ellsworth -  Maine’s busy tourist season may be delayed this year, but Healthy Acadia is poised to help stores, restaurants, and taverns safely sell or serve alcohol when they are fully reopened. “Two things have changed with our state-certified server/seller training this year,” said Tara Young, Healthy Acadia’s Drug-Free Communities Coordinator...

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Mini-Grant Opportunity for Tobacco-Free Policy

  Healthy Acadia is offering mini grants to support community partners in Hancock and Washington Counties to create smoke-free and tobacco-free policies. The mini-grants are available in the amount of $100-$1,000, depending on your needs. Who Can Apply? Interested businesses and organizations that participate in the development, adoption and implementation of new smoke-free...

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Bid Notice – Hancock County Bar Harbor Airport

Hancock County - The bid process for Essential Air Service at the Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport is underway. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the Essential Air Service (EAS)program was put into place to guarantee small communities that were served by certificated air carriers before airline deregulation...

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Equine Art to Benefit Willowind Therapeutic Riding Center

Local MDI artists participated in a pop-up plein air painting day on Thursday, May 14 to benefit Willowind Therapeutic Riding Center.  The six Maine artists braved sunny spring weather and muddy fields to capture horses and stables on their easels.  Artwork from the event, which is co-sponsored by ArtWaves, will be...

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Social Call Service Offers Connection During Isolation

Healthy Acadia’s Maine RecoveryCorps and MDI Hospital are partnering to offer a new Social Call service to respond to the isolation many community members are facing during this COVID-19 pandemic. Social calls can be a welcome break from the isolation of the physical distancing restrictions in place as part of efforts...

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MaineCF Awards COVID-19 Fund Grants

 PORTLAND & ELLSWORTH—Nonprofit organizations that serve Maine people most affected by the coronavirus pandemic have been awarded $1.2 million from the Maine Community Foundation 's COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund and a fund for food security. The 130 grantees include community and statewide organizations providing basic support such as food, shelter, child care, mental health...

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