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Utah, A Magical Landscape

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Location: Bangor Public Library, 145 Harlow St, Bangor, Maine

For more information: 207-942-4924; amcmaine.org

AMC members Michelle and Stan Moody spent 5 months traveling from Maine to the Rockies with many stops along the way. However, one of the highlights of their journey was spending over a month exploring Utah’s well and lesser known natural areas.. Come join them in a photo review of some of their amazing experiences including canyons you have to hold your breath to squeeze through, fantastic natural bridges, petroglyphs and pictographs.

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BOOKED FOR THE NIGHT: After-Hours FUNdraiser at Curtis Memorial Library

Saturday, March 4, 2017 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Location: Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, Maine

For more information: 207-725-5242 ext.219; curtislibrary.com/booked-for-the-night-2017/

Curtis Library will be anything but quiet for this 21+ event featuring the silent auction of five (5) Little Free Libraries built by the students at Region 10 Technical High School and then made unique by Maine artists such as Maria Castellano-Usery, Cassie Jones & Mark Wethli, Scott Nash & Nancy Gibson Nash, Olga Pastuchiv and Melissa Hall. Hancock Lumber has donated all the building materials for this project.

Complimentary food and beverages will include scratch-made, locally-sourced hors d’oeuvres and desserts by New Beet Market, and we’ll sample some of the first pours from the new Flight Deck Brewing, both located at Brunswick Landing.

The Americana Folkgrass quartet String Tide will be playing throughout the night. The Collaboratory will be in full BLOOM – as the Curtis staff have been forcing over 600 bulbs this winter to fill the space with hundreds of flowers and other garden treasures.

Tickets are $25 pp in advance; $35 pp at the door and available online at www.curtislibrary.com/booked-for-the-night-2017 or by calling Joyce at Curtis at 725-5242 ext. 219.

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“Alice’s Ordinary People” Film Screening at the YWCA MDI

Saturday, March 11, 2017 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Location: YWCA MDI, 36 Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME

For more information: 207-288-4245; jesuplibrary.org

Join filmmaker Craig Dudnick for a screening of his film “Alice’s Ordinary People” on Saturday, March 11 at 1 p.m. at the YWCA MDI. The film tells the story of Alice Tregay, a member of the Civil Rights, and the story of ordinary people effecting extraordinary change for human rights.

In 1966, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. came to Chicago, Tregay and her husband marched with him. It was at this time that Dr. King joined the Reverend Jesse Jackson, and the Reverend James Bevel to form Operation Breadbasket, which Tregay was a member of. Breadbasket fought racism on many fronts, but its main task was jobs for African Americans, particularly from those businesses drawing profits from the African American community.

But it was through her Political Education class, that Tregay had her most significant impact. She eventually took the leadership role in starting the Political Education Division of Rainbow Push, ultimately adding thousands of voters to campaigns for Mayor Harold Washington, President Jimmy Carter, and President Barak Obama.

There will also be a screening of the film the day before with students from the Conners Emerson School. This program is co-sponsored by the Jesup Memorial Library and the YWCA MDI. The screening is free and open to the public. For more information on the film visit http://imaginevideo.org/alices-ordinary-people/ and for more information about the screening contact the Jesup at 207-288-4245 or mcorrion@jesuplibrary.org.

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“Remembered Earth” Book Launch

Saturday, March 11, 2017 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Location: Jesup Memorial Library, 34 Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME

For more information: 207-288-4245; jesuplibrary.org

A launch of Kirsten Stockman’s novel Remembered Earth will take place at Jesup Memorial Library at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. The event will feature selected readings by four actors with local Maine roots, Nan Lincoln, Alexandra Lincoln, Carl Karush, and Cindy Robbins. It will open with singing by the Maine Balkan Choir, a group founded by Stockman two decades ago, with a guest appearance by Elitsa Stoyneva, an award-winning Bulgarian vocalist.

Kirsten Stockman died in 2013 as a result of colon cancer. Her novel was published posthumously by Maine Authors Publishing and released in the fall of 2016.

Remembered Earth unfolds in the farmland of central Kansas during the course of one summer. It includes a wide array of characters set against the backdrop of a Kansas wheat harvest. Over-arching themes include Harlan’s courage, Jon’s anger, Hazen’s heart, Anna’s 1954 pickup truck, Max’s dementia, Grady’s fear, Bea’s hunger, Anna’s Ivy League scholarship, Anna’s heart, and the drought, the drought, when will it ever rain?

The author’s husband, Tom Crikelair, said that readings for the book launch have been selected to provide a brief but full measure of what the novel has to offer. “We have tried to put together a dramatic event that will stand on its own, even for people who do not read the book,” Crikelair said. The program includes songs from the choir, a poem by Bar Harbor poet Kim O’Brien, and selections from the novel in two parts, with a brief intermission.

Remembered Earth will be for sale at Jesup Memorial Library with all proceeds going to the library’s annual operating fund. The book is also available at Shermans Book Store and from Amazon. More information about Stockman’s novel can be found at www.kirstenstockman.com.

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The Gardener in the Garden

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Location: Camden Public Library, 55 Main St., Camden, ME

For more information: 207-236-3440

Learn about gardening with intention and purpose. Part of the Camden Garden Club’s Winter Horticulture Series.

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Author Talk and Book Signing: Dr. Robert Gallon “Nine Dimensions of Madness”

Friday, March 10, 2017 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: Jesup Memorial Library, 34 Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME

For more information: 207-288-4245; jesuplibrary.org

Dr. Robert Gallon, who was the Chief Psychologist at Eastern Mane Medical Center, challenges the widely held belief that mental disorders are medical diseases in his book “Nine Dimensions of Madness: Redefining Mental Health.” Join Dr. Gallon for an author talk and book signing on Fri., March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Jesup Memorial Library.

Dr. Gallon proposes an alternative system to the current psychiatric diagnostic system, where mental problems are viewed as varying dimensions of dysfunction. He argues that the origin of these problems are a complex interaction of biological, psychological and social factors. Dr. Gallon writes that people range from exceptionally functional through adequate and then increasing dysfunctional. There are no breaks between normal and abnormal and his disorder labels merely mark the level of dysfunction along the nine dimensions he has identified.

“Readers of this eye-opening book will find their beliefs and assumptions about ‘mental disorders’ forever changed,” writes Howard Ehrlichman, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Queens College of the City University of New York. “Combining scholarly research with his personal experiences as a clinical psychologist, with fascinating examples and anecdotes, the book is an eminently readable exploration of ‘madness’ in our time.”

Dr. Gallon has taught in the Department of Psychiatry and was a psychologist at the Psychosomatic Medicine Clinic at the Jefferson Medical School. He was the Chief Psychologist at Eastern Maine Medical Center, where he helped found the Chronic Pain Program. He was a Psychological Examiner for the court for involuntarily committed psychiatric patients and a consulting psychologist for the State Forensic Service. Over the course of his career, he has evaluated more than 5000 individuals in a wide variety of circumstances.

Books will be on sale that night courtesy of co-sponsor Sherman’s Books. For more information on the talk, contact the Jesup at 207-288-4245 or kchagnon@jesuplibrary.org

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March on Mount Desert Progressive Dinner

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Location: Mt. Desert St., Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME

For more information: 207-288-4245; jesuplibrary.org

It’s almost March and that means it’s time for the annual March on Mount Desert. This is a free community meal hosted by nonprofits on Mount Desert Street, with each offering a different course. Join your friends and neighbors for this progressive dinner on Tuesday, March 7.

This year the festivities start at the Abbe Museum at 5:15 p.m. with a brief play presented by students from Conners-Emerson school. Then it’s on to the Bar Harbor Congregational Church at 5:30 p.m. for hors d’oeuvres and to the Jesup Memorial Library from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for salad. The party then moves to the YWCA MDI for soup and bread from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and ends with dessert at St. Savior’s Episcopal Church from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Join us for this delicious annual tradition!

For more information, contact Mae Corrion at mcorrion@jesuplibrary.org or 207-288-4245.

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Maine Quilt Show

Thursday, July 27, 2017 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, July 28, 2017 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, July 29, 2017 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Location: Augusta Civic Center, Civic Center Dr., Augusta, Maine

For more information: mainequilts.org

Maine Quilts 40th Anniversary, July 27-29, 2017, Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine. Champagne Reception & Show Preview Wednesday, July 26, 7–9 pm; Thursday – Saturday 9 – 5. 500+ Quilts – antique to contemporary. Special Exhibits: Ruby Celebration; Red and White Stitched Together and Fantastically 40! Challenge. Workshops with 7 national teachers, Merchants Mall, Demonstrations, Lectures, Friday night event. Daily admission $10; multi-day $15; groups $8 with advance registration. www.mainequilts.org, info@mainequilts.org

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Supper and Show for St. Patrick’s Day

Saturday, March 18, 2017 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Location: Bangor Grange Hall, 1192 Ohio St., Bangor, Maine

For more information: 2079733976; bangorgrange.org

Come on over to the historic Bangor Grange hall, 1192 Ohio St, to enjoy our famous, all you can eat, boiled dinner, with those home made rolls and delicious pies! Then,go upstairs to the auditorium to tap your feet, clap your hands, sing along, and maybe dance to the Irish, folk, bluegrass, and gospel music of Long Journey! Supper only at 5 PM for $8. Supper and show at 6 PM for $15. Show only at 7 PM for $8.

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Husson University’s College of Business and University of Maine School of Law Sign Agreement to Facilitate Student Transfers

Chelsea Broomhall from Saco, Maine is the first student from any institution to enter Maine Law under this new agreement.

BANGOR and PORTLAND, MAINE – February 24, 2017 – Husson University’s College of Business has signed a 3+3 articulation agreement with the University of Maine School of Law. Under this agreement, students who study for three years at Husson University can then apply for admission to Maine Law’s three-year Juris Doctor (JD) program. Students who complete one year of Maine Law’s JD program will satisfy the remaining requirements for a bachelor’s degree from Husson University.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for students interested in furthering their legal education,” said Husson University College of Business Dean Marie Hansen, Ph.D. “Creating this agreement smoothes the transfer of credit process from Husson to Maine Law. We are pleased to be working closely with Maine Law to help ease the transition to law school.”

“Maine Law is excited to offer this opportunity to students who are clear about their career goals,” said Caroline Wilshusen, Associate Dean for Admissions at Maine Law. “Maine Law sees this as an opportunity to encourage students throughout Maine to consider a law degree as a path towards leadership and service in their local communities.”

Since the new 3+3 agreement was initiated, three students from Husson University have been accepted to Maine Law. The first was Chelsea Broomhall from Saco, Maine. She is currently a junior at Husson University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in legal studies – pre-law degree with a paralegal certificate. Broomhall was recently named to Husson University’s Dean’s List.

“I’ve always known that I wanted to go to law school and become an attorney,” says Broomhall. “I started at Husson because I was able to transfer nine credits from Biddeford Regional Center for Technology. That was almost a semester’s worth of classes.”

“Participating in the 3+3 program allows me to save a year’s worth of tuition and get into my chosen career field faster,” concluded Broomhall.

“I am pleased that the University of Maine School of Law is reaching prospective law students like Chelsea Broomhall,” stated Dean Danielle Conway. “This program was made possible through collaborations with fine institutions like Husson University. I am also thrilled that Ms. Broomhall has taken full advantage of Maine Law’s Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Program to sharpen her resolve to one day become a lawyer in Maine.”

In assessing the significance of this agreement, Margaret Campbell, assistant professor at the School of Legal Studies at Husson University’s College of Business said, “I was a graduate of Maine Law and wish there had been an opportunity like this when I was going to school. As a result of this articulation agreement, students interested in earning a law degree get a great education and save money; both schools increase enrollments, and our state gets quality lawyers who can serve the needs of the public, particularly in underserved areas of the state. Everyone wins.”

The University of Maine School of Law, located in the coastal city of Portland, Maine, is a small school with a regional impact and a global reach. As Maine’s public and only law school, Maine Law prepares graduates for careers as leaders inside and outside the traditional legal profession. Maine Law is a community of individuals who are invested in learning and serving, and are diverse in their backgrounds, professional experiences, and interests. Their graduates are prepared on every level for success in fields including law, business, government, and public service. Learn more at mainelaw.maine.edu.

For more than 100 years, Husson University has prepared future leaders to handle the challenges of tomorrow through innovative undergraduate and graduate degrees. With a commitment to delivering affordable classroom, online and experiential learning opportunities, Husson University has come to represent superior value in higher education. Our Bangor campus and off-campus satellite education centers in Southern Maine, Wells, and Northern Maine provide advanced knowledge in business; health and education; pharmacy studies; science and humanities; as well as communication. In addition, Husson University has a robust adult learning program. For more information about educational opportunities that can lead to personal and professional success, visit Husson.edu.

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Manna Ministries has a new phone number

We finally have a new phone number (that is not my cell). We are alive and ministering to our community. 221-3323.

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Free webinar series highlights reduced tillage for organic farmers

ORONO, Maine — Registration is open for a three-part webinar series on reduced tillage practices for organic vegetable farmers beginning Thursday, March 9, 3–5 p.m. Additional webinars are March 16 and 23.

Topics include using permanent bed systems to manage weeds and increase productivity, integrating cover crops and controlling disease, and cultivation techniques in reduced tillage crops. The series is taught by staff and faculty from Cornell University, Michigan State University and University of Maine Cooperative Extension.

The webinars are free; Online registration is requested. For more information contact Mark Hutton, 207.933.2100mark.hutton@maine.edu. The webinar series is made possible by a USDA OREI grant, 2014–2018.

University of Maine Cooperative Extension: As a trusted resource for over 100 years, University of Maine Cooperative Extension has supported UMaine’s land and sea grant public education role by conducting community-driven, research-based programs in every Maine county. UMaine Extension helps support, sustain and grow the food-based economy. It is the only entity in our state that touches every aspect of the Maine Food System, where policy, research, production, processing, commerce, nutrition, and food security and safety are integral and interrelated. UMaine Extension also conducts the most successful out-of-school youth educational program in Maine through 4-H.

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Portland Public Schools’ Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration Feb. 27 – March 10

PORTLAND, Maine – Portland parents: It’s the time of year to enroll your children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs for next fall.

The Portland Public Schools’ kindergarten enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year begins on Feb. 27 and runs through March 10 (and ongoing). Pre-kindergarten pre-registration applications also will be accepted Feb. 27 through March 10.

Kindergarten enrollment takes place by appointment at the child’s neighborhood school beginning Feb. 27.  Children must be 5 years of age on or before October 15, 2017, in order to attend kindergarten. Please bring the following documents to register a child: original proof of birth, the child’s immunization record, and proof of residency in the city of Portland.

The pre-kindergarten program for 4-year-olds will accept pre-registration applications for the 2017-18 school year startingFeb. 27. The district plans to have 117 slots available in eight classrooms; final numbers and classrooms are contingent on the approval of funding of the 2017-2018 Portland Public Schools’ budget.

Children are eligible for pre-kindergarten if they turn 4 years old by Oct. 15, 2017 and live in Portland. The program is free and follows the Portland Public Schools’ calendar. The pre-kindergarten day runs from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from school.

The pre-kindergarten classes will be chosen by lottery if more children apply than the space allotted. The pre-kindergarten lottery will be held the week of March 13 to fill the available slots. You may pick up a pre-registration form at any Portland public elementary school, at Central Office, at our Multilingual & Multicultural Center, or online at www.portlandschools.org. Completed pre-registration forms should be returned to your neighborhood elementary school.

In order to reach the district’s goal of improving school readiness, pre-kindergarten classes are designed to look like our most diverse elementary schools. Students accepted for pre-kindergarten will be notified individually and their parents will need to complete enrollment paperwork to finalize registration for pre-kindergarten.

Completed pre-kindergarten applications should be turned in to your neighborhood elementary school.

Here’s a list of neighborhood schools and contact numbers:

East End Community School – 874-8228

Hall Elementary School – 874-8205

Longfellow Elementary School – 874-8195

Lyseth Elementary School – 874-8215

Ocean Avenue Elementary School – 874-8180

Peaks Island Elementary School – 766-2528

Presumpscot Elementary School – 874-8220

Reiche Community School – 874-8175

Riverton Elementary School – 874-8210

If you do not know which school is in your neighborhood, please call 874-8237 or email dorer@portlandschools.org with your home address and what grade your child/children is/are entering and a PPS staff person will let you know which is your neighborhood school.

To enroll children whose families speak a language other than or in addition to English at home, please contact the Multilingual Intake Center (874-8135). They will oversee English language proficiency testing and health screening as well as enrollment.

For more information, go to the “Parents” section on the district website, www.portlandschools.org and click on “School Enrollment.” You can also go directly to this link:  http://www.portlandschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=1094237&pageId=7131841

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Brewer pre-K and kindergarten registration set for March 3

BREWER — Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten registration will take place at Brewer Community School, 92 Pendleton St., 8:00 to 3:30 pm, March 3.  Pre-k students must be four years old on or before Oct. 15, 2017.  Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before Oct. 15, 2017. Bring the following items with you to register: official record of birth, immunization record, two proofs of Brewer residence and additionally, for pre-K only, proof of income.

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MAINE (Feb. 24, 2017) – Straightforward wireless plans that eliminate the confusion of hidden fees are now available. U.S. Cellular® has introduced new Total Plans with No Hidden Fees – no activation fees, no monthly device connection charges, no phone upgrade fees and no data overage fees.

And because you can’t get more straightforward than unlimited, consumers and small businesses can now get unlimited data with U.S. Cellular for as low as $40 per line for 4 lines or just $60 per month for a single line with autopay/paperless billing enrollment.

“We want to be forthright with Maine customers by knocking out hidden fees once and for all and showing wireless users exactly what they are paying for. Our new plans allow families and small businesses to customize their plans for each individual’s needs, from 2GB of data to unlimited, all with simplified pricing and discounts,” said Matt Kasper, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in New England. “We also know that in order to deliver a great wireless experience, we need to have a reliable network that keeps up with the data demands of our customers, so we provide a fast 4G LTE network that works when and where our customers need it.”

U.S. Cellular’s new Total Plans with No Hidden Fees include unlimited talk and text with buckets of 2GB, 6GB and unlimited data, and they include family discounts that reward customers when they add additional lines. The data is not shared, so customers can pick the right data amounts for each person on the account. There are no data overage fees, so customers can feel confident that their wireless usage charges will be the same every month. U.S. Cellular’s unlimited offering includes video streaming, hot-spot capability and free calling to Mexico and Canada. These plans are available to new and current customers, and those purchasing new devices can take advantage of the monthly payment option that best meets their needs – from 20, 24 or 30 months.

The company has been serving Maine customers since 1988 and launched the Portland and southern Maine market in 2004. U.S. Cellular was the first company to bring 4G LTE to the state in 2012 and now serves 99 percent of its customers with 4G LTE service. In 2016, U.S. Cellular invested nearly $1 million in its network to help enhance consumers’ lives, increase the competitiveness of local businesses and improve the efficiency of government operations.

About King Street Wireless, L.P.

King Street Wireless, L.P. is partnering with U.S. Cellular to deliver high-speed 4G LTE service to U.S. Cellular’s customers in most of its markets. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, King Street Wireless holds 700 MHz wireless spectrum in 27 states. King Street is a recognized leader in its community through its economic development and philanthropic efforts. To learn more about King Street Wireless, visit www.kingstreetwireless.com.

About U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular is the fifth-largest full-service wireless carrier in the United States, providing national network coverage and industry-leading innovations designed to elevate the customer experience. The Chicago-based carrier offers coverage where the other carriers don’t and a wide range of communication services that enhance consumers’ lives, increase the competitiveness of local businesses and improve the efficiency of government operations. U.S. Cellular has the Highest Wireless Network Quality Performance in the North Central Region, according to the J.D. Power 2016 U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance Study, and 99 percent of customers have access to 4G LTE speeds. To learn more about U.S. Cellular, visit one of its retail stores or uscellular.com. To get the latest news, promos and videos, connect with U.S. Cellular on Facebook.com/uscellular, Twitter.com/uscellular and YouTube.com/uscellularcorp.

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Kindergarten registration set for Milford or Greenfield schools

Registration/screening at the Dr. Lewis S. Libby School for the 2017-18 school year will be held on March 29, 2017. This is for all children residing in Milford or Greenfield who will be attending kindergarten in the fall.

In order to be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be 5 on or before Oct. 15, 2017. In order to meet state requirements, parents must bring their child’s authentic birth certificate and record of immunization with them to registration. Please call the school at 827-2252, ext. 103 to schedule an appointment.

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LuLaRoe Alison Small, LuLaRoe Courtney Daigle, and LuLaRoe Make Donation to UCP of Maine Through Bangor Mall Information Kiosk Fundraisers

From the beginning of November 2016 to the end of January 2017, UCP of Maine had an information kiosk inside the Bangor Mall. The kiosk allowed individuals to learn about all the wonderful programs UCP of Maine offers, such as Behavioral Health Home, Behavioral and Mental Health Services, Bridges: Early Childhood Education, and the Elizabeth Levinson Center.

Throughout the time of the UCP of Maine kiosk Alison Small and Courtney Daigle, two LuLaRoe Independent Fashion Consultants, hosted nearly 20 different fundraiser sales for UCP of Maine by selling LuLaRoe products. During these fundraisers they donated a portion of their proceeds to UCP of Maine which was then matched by the LuLaRoe brand itself. Through all the sales and long hours, the total contribution donated to UCP of Maine comes to $1,610! Scott Tash, CEO of UCP of Maine, recently shared “From everyone at UCP of Maine, we thank Alison Small, Courtney Daigle, and LuLaRoe for their generous donation. This donation will go directly towards UCP of Maine programs supporting local children and adults living with disabilities.”

About UCP of Maine: UCP of Maine is a non-profit organization committed to advancing the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. We offer a wide variety of programs to fit whatever the client needs are, including; early childhood education, behavioral health, case management, rehabilitative and community support, in-home child and family treatment, and outpatient therapy. UCP also has four residential homes in Bangor and Brewer for adults diagnosed with developmental or intellectual disabilities. These homes offer comfortable, individualized, home-like environments to give residents the greatest level of independence possible while still maintaining their safety. In addition, we also operate the Elizabeth Levinson Center, a 24-hour, 14 bed, intermediate care facility for medically fragile children and adults with significant cognitive and medical needs.

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Pre-K and Kindergarten registration for Asa Adams School in Orono

ORONO — The Asa Adams School will hold pre-K and Kindergarten registration on Wednesday, march 15, from 3:15-6:15 pm. Registration for the 2017-2018 year will be by appointment only. Appointments may be made by calling the Asa Adams School at 866-2151 between the hours of 8:30 am-3 pm.

Children eligible for pre-K must be 4 years of age on or before October 15, 2017. Enrollment will be limited and students will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis. There will be a morning and an afternoon session, each lasting approximately 2-½ hours each. Busing will be provided one-way only for pre-K children. Morning pre-K students may be bused to school, with parent pick-up at the end of class day, and children who attend the afternoon session will need a parent drop-off and may be bused home at end of class day.

Children eligible for Kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before Oct. 15, 2017. Kindergarten is a full-day program.

A legal birth certificate, immunization records and 2 forms of residency verification are necessary in completing the registration forms. It is not necessary for parents to bring their children to registration. Screening and parent orientation will be held at a later date in May.

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Area high school students honored by the National Society of the DAR

Kate Lusignan, Hermon High School, Laura Beth Gordon, Bangor Christian School, Makayla Boudreau, Central High School, Riley Bartash, John Bapst Memorial High School, all have been selected as DAR Good Citizens of their respective high schools. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess good citizenship qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism in their homes, schools and communities. These students are selected by their teachers and peers because they demonstrate these qualities to an outstanding degree.

The four students will receive their DAR Good Citizen Awards from the Francis Dighton Williams chapter, DAR, on March 3.

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