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Serving families: Dirigo Pines staff, residents donate to Ronald McDonald House

Activity assistant Jade Botting (left) of Dirigo Pines Retirement Community in Orono and Executive Director Darlene MacLeod of the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor discuss a recent project conducted by the retirement community. Dirigo Pines staff and residents gathered several boxes of household items to donate to the Ronald McDonald House, which provides short-term accommodations for families whose children are receiving treatment at nearby medical facilities. Some 450 families are served each year at the 14-bedroom Ronald McDonald House.
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Activity assistant Jade Botting (left) of Dirigo Pines Retirement Community in Orono and Executive Director Darlene MacLeod of the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor discuss a recent project conducted by the retirement community. Dirigo Pines staff and residents gathered several boxes of household items to donate to the Ronald McDonald House, which provides short-term accommodations for families whose children are receiving treatment at nearby medical facilities. Some 450 families are served each year at the 14-bedroom Ronald McDonald House.
Posted July 03, 2011, at 8:52 p.m.

Activity assistant Jade Botting (left) of Dirigo Pines Retirement Community in Orono and Executive Director Darlene MacLeod of the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor discuss a recent project conducted by the retirement community. Dirigo Pines staff and residents gathered several boxes of household items to donate to the Ronald McDonald House, which provides short-term accommodations for families whose children are receiving treatment at nearby medical facilities. Some 450 families are served each year at the 14-bedroom Ronald McDonald House.

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