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Healthy Acadia Recognized at National Cancer Conference

Washington, D.C. Healthy Acadia, a community health organization serving Hancock and Washington counties, received national recognition for its exemplary efforts to reduce cancer incidence and improve health outcomes for cancer patients. In a February 6, 2019 ceremony during the National Cancer Conference in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit organization received the...

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Woodlawn Utility Upgrade

Woodlawn Trustees, City Officials, and representatives from EL Shea and RF Jordan gathered to “break ground” on the Utilities Project. In front of pipe: Vaughn Thibideau III from EL Shea and David Carney from RF Jordan.  Behind the pipe from left to right, first row: Terry Carlisle Woodlawn board President,...

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Healthy Acadia’s Gleaning Initiative Receives $25,000 Grant from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation

Healthy Acadia has been awarded a $25,000 grant from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation to enhance volunteer support for its gleaning program, the Downeast Gleaning Initiative, which aims to increase food security for residents of Washington and Hancock counties. Healthy Acadia, a community health organization serving Hancock and Washington counties, is...

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March Meditation Workshop Series Offered in Bar Harbor

Sessions are designed for Cancer Patients & Survivors   Bar Harbor—The ability to stay calm and centered during times of stress is a desirable skill to possess; it is especially important during an illness such as cancer. Richard Parker, an eleven-year cancer survivor, will present a meditation workshop series designed for cancer...

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It’s a block party! Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital announces the theme of the Chefs’ Gala, sponsored by Camden National Bank

Photo: Representatives from Camden National Bank (presenting sponsor), Darling’s (band sponsor), Wallace Events (lights and sound sponsor), and Merrill Furniture recently gathered to celebrate the theme of the 2019 Chefs’ Gala, a spring block party, with Maine-made root beer. Pictured, from left to right, are Bob Merrill, Merrill Furniture, Camden...

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