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Woodlawn Halfway to Fundraising Goal

Ellsworth -  The Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations (Trustees) are pleased to announce that its Campaign for Woodlawn has achieved its first $2 million fundraising match towards its $4 million matching grant from a private foundation. The Campaign for Woodlawn is the fundraising effort to fund an $8.2 million project...

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 Blues, Fiddle Tunes and More at Surry Arts at the Barn

Surry - Surry Arts at the Barn will feature Shades of Blue at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 24. The group consists of Juliane Gardner, lead vocalist and rhythm guitar; Chris Poulin, lead guitar/vocals/flute; and Ezra Rugg, acoustic and electric bass. The musicians have performed together since they met at the University of...

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PINK ON THE LINKS

From left: Debbie Mitchell-Dow, Ellen Grosseibl, Deb Lamson, Edi Hamor, Lori Diguardia     Bar Harbor —Participants of the Kebo Valley Ladies League Pink on the Links Golf Scramble visited the Breast Health Center last week to deliver a check for $3,950 raised during their annual fundraiser. All told, the Ladies League raised...

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Smoke alarms save lives!

On Saturday, Oct. 7, the American Red Cross and community partners will be in Ellsworth to Sound the Alarm. We’re working to save lives through home fire safety. We’ll be installing free smoke alarms, replacing batteries in existing alarms and helping families create escape plans. Every day, seven people in the...

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13th Annual Beth C. Wright Ride for Life Registration now open for Blue Hill Peninsula bike ride to benefit cancer patients and their families

ELLSWORTH -  The Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center (www.bethwrightcancercenter.org) is now accepting registrations for the 13th annual Beth C. Wright Ride for Life, which takes places on Saturday, September 9th, 2017. Volunteers are also wanted to help prepare for, set-up, and support the event. This year’s Ride for Life offers...

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Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents Janice Anthony & Alison Rector: How the Light Gets In and Rosie Moore, Ragna Bruno, Colin Page

Pictured - JANICE ANTHONY  Cobble Beach, Schoodic, acrylic on canvas, 14 x 36 inches-Courtesy of Courthouse Gallery Fine Art Ellsworth - Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is pleased to present a two-person exhibition: Janice Anthony and Alison Rector: How the Light Gets In, and solo shows of new work by Ragna Bruno, Rosie Moore, and Colin Page...

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