Events

Cote Family Reunion

ANNOUNCEMENT:

COTE FAMILY REUNION, Monday, August 11, 2014

DEADLINE for registration and PAYMENT of Meal is JULY 10

Register now at:  http://www.cote.cma2014.com/

Mail payment to: 799 Lake Shore Rd., St. David, ME 04773

Cote Family Committee:

Linda Cote Dube

Nicole & Gilman Cote

Lorraine Cote Talbot

Huguette Cote

Walton Featured Speaker at Small Business Waterville

Walton Featured Speaker at Small Business Waterville

 

The event was held at Thomas College as part of National Small Business Week.

Walton's seminar, "Grow Your Customer Base & Increase Sales with a Marketing Funnel," explained how businesses can take a holistic approach to marketing by guiding prospects through a multi-stage strategy to attract and convert more business leads and grow sales. He also reviewed social media's role in marketing, growing a fan (and customer) base, and Facebook advertising capabilities.

Swing for Students

 

The RSU2 Futures Committee is taking a “swing for children” at their first annual golf tournament being held on Saturday, June 28, 2014, 10:00am, at The Meadows Golf Club in Litchfield.  RSU2 is currently seeking individuals and teams to make up foursomes for this exciting event.  Cost is $60 per person or $240 per foursome.  Cost includes green fees, cart rental, lunch, and prizes including the chance to win a Chevy Cruze from O’Connor Wheels of Augusta through a hole-in-one opportunity on the course.  In addition to the Chevy Cruze and other outstanding prizes provided by O’Connor Wheels, players may buy into additional challenges (longest drive, longest drive with a putter, closest to the pin) to win other prizes from our community partners.

Lithgow Library Announces Line-Up for 2014 Summer Concerts

Lithgow Public Library’s outdoor Summer Concert Series -- now in its fifth year -- promises an exciting line-up of performers, from alternative rock to blues to roots/Americana – something sure to please every musical taste.  Some concert series favorites (Billy Libby and Forget, Forget) are returning to the popular series, which takes place on the library lawn, and some talented new acts will also be introduced.

      Generously sponsored by the Friends of Lithgow Library, the concerts take place on Thursday evenings in the summer, and are free and open to the public. The concert series kicks off with the return of indie rock band Forget, Forget on Thursday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m.

Free Health Fair for Seniors, Baby Boomers and Caregivers

Free Health Fair for Seniors, Baby Boomers and Caregivers

Spectrum Generations Cohen Community Center’s 6th Annual Healthy Aging Living and Learn Expo is back this year with more than 30 vendors, free health & wellness events, and product demonstrations and samples.  Live Healthy, Live Well, Get Answers and Get Connected on June 6th from 9am to 2pm at the Cohen Community Center located at 22 Town Farm Road in Hallowell.  Admission is free and open to the public.

This is a full day of health screenings, Medicare benefits screenings, free reflexology sessions --- not to mention Zumba demos, great workshops, giveaways, 50/50 raffle, door prizes and a grand prize drawing of a $150 gift certificate to Hollywood Casino and Raceway in Bangor.   When you get hungry, you can purchase lunch and treats at the Backyard BBQ with Chef Allison Leavitt of Cohen on the Meadows Catering Services --- then top that off with an ice cream from the Darlings Ice Cream truck.

Learn How to Do Hands-Only CPR to the Beat of Stayin' Alive

Learn How to Do Hands-Only CPR to the Beat of Stayin' Alive

You see someone collapse. You panic and stand there wringing your hands, thinking, "OMG, what am I supposed to do? CPR? I took that class several years ago — what was it I learned?"

Here's your chance to learn two simple steps that will empower, not derail you — and potentially save a life. Read more ...

HEALTH EVENTS IN MAINE MAY 17 TO MAY 31

HEALTH EVENTS IN MAINE MAY 17 TO MAY 31
SATURDAY MAY 17

CROHN'S COLITIS Take Steps Walk
 

Riverside Athletic Center
1173 Riverside Street
Portland, Maine

4:00 pm

Take Steps is the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America’s national walk program. These walks raise funds for critical research and increase awareness of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, painful and unpredictable digestive diseases. Thousands of people will gather this year at 170 Take Steps walks nationwide to join the fight against Crohn’s and colitis. The walks are family friendly festivals with activities for everyone including games, music, and great food. Funds raised through Take Steps will help transform the lives of those impacted by these diseases.