Broadreach Family & Community Services does an autumn spruce up
Last Saturday, October 27th, two dozen volunteers gathered to help the Broadreach Family & Community Services do an autumn spruce up.
At Youthlinks on Broadway in Rockland, volunteers painted, trimmed hedges, cut down trees, harvested sun chokes, and cut back the perennial garden. At Mid-Coast Children’s Services on Park Street in Rockland volunteers battened down the building for winter, and completed some needed repairs. At the main office of Broadreach Family & Community Services, volunteers washed windows and gave the front entry way a spiffy new coat of paint. McDonald’s of Maine dropped by and donated snacks and new t-shirts for volunteers.
Broadreach has been making a positive difference in the lives of children, teens, adults and families of Waldo and Knox County for over thirty years. With such programs as Broadreach Behavioral Health Services, Mid-Coast Children’s Services, Collaborative PreK classrooms in RSUs 3 and 20, Literacy Volunteers of Waldo County, and Youthlinks Broadreach serves over 3000 individuals each year. Broadreach appreciates the on-going support of local volunteers and the generous donations of area businesses and community members. To volunteer, make a donation and/ or find out more about how Broadreach is creating stronger communities, visit us at www.brmaine.org or call 338-2200.