Community briefs

Feb 05, 2013

Knox County Republicans to meet

ROCKLAND — The Knox County Republicans announce that Jason Savage, newly-elected executive director of the Maine Republican Party will be the evening’s speaker. Newly-elected Chairman Bob Carter will also be presenting exciting new plans for the coming year.

The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. A social hour will take place beginning at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Trade Winds on the top floor in downtown Rockland.

All Knox County Republicans are welcome and urged to attend.

 

Girl Scouts mentor opportunity

ROCKLAND — There is a greatness in girls that is hard to suppress. With a supportive environment, today’s girls will become tomorrow’s role models, leaders and captains of industry.

Every girl has greatness inside her. Yet she faces barriers she can't withstand alone: a lack of role models, unhealthy images of beauty, peer pressure to not stand out, and a mean-girl culture.

With help, she is one step closer to breaking through those barriers and blossoming into her full potential. One's time as a mentor will give her the environment she needs to pursue the interests, causes, and leadership roles that are most important to her. She will learn from that being a scientist, a CEO, or a stay-at-home mom are all paths she can take to change the world. With support, she will stand up, stand out, and stand tall.

Explore volunteering opportunities in the community. Please join in Wednesday, Feb. 13, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Tradewinds in Rockland. Find out about all the opportunities that are available and hear from women who are already making a difference. Light refreshments will be served.

Girl Scouts of Maine is taking those steps everyday To Get Her There! We need help and so do the young women in the community. Support makes all the difference.

For more information, about this event or Girl Scouts of Maine, please call Patti Montana, 356-2836 or email pmontana@gsmaine.org.

Snowman competition

UNION — Kids of all ages are invited Saturday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m. to noon, to the Vose Library, 392 Common Road, to make snowmen on the library grounds.

Snow sculptures will compete in a number of fun categories: smallest, largest, silliest, most colorful, most realistic, most creative, and best creature. Bring a shovel, sculpting tools, decorations, props, etc. Dress warmly. There will be hot cocoa and snacks. In case there is not enough suitable snow, or the weather is uncooperative, there will be an alternative indoor snowman activity.

For more information, contact Vose Library at 785-4733.

 

Fundraiser planned for Hills

Donations are being sought for an auction being held to benefit Justin Hills. Hills, a longtime member of Camden First Aid Association, Camden police, Rockland police, and Lincolnville firefighter, has recently been diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Plans for a Super Chicken Bar-B-Que and Great Big Auction, to be held Saturday, March 23, at the Lincolnville Fire Department are in the works.

To donate items for the auction, please call Julia Libby at CFAA at 236-8087.

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