Month: January 2017

Island Elder Care Workers Meet DHHS Workers to ‘Make Things Work Better’

    Mission Director of Island Health Sharon Daley, and other administrators involved with elder care on Maine’s islands and peninsulas, meet in person with Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) workers three times a year, “to brainstorm how to make things work better,” Director Sharon Daley said. Friday, January 27, 2017, Sharon…

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EdGE Family Fun Day, Saturday, Feb. 4th, 11th, and 18th

Cherryfield, ME: The Mission’s EdGE Downeast Campus is still on for Saturday! We might not have any snow, but the ice rink will be frozen and we have plenty of trails for families to explore while on the scavenger hunts! 1pm to 4pm. We hope to see lots of families!

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A New Presence to the Mission’s Past

The Maine Seacoast Mission has been a trusted friend along the Maine coast for more than 100 years, always committed to our work for the long haul. Island and coastal residents know they can rely on us. While our presence is steady, we are responsive to the needs of individuals and communities, and our programs…

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Launching of Sunbeam II Brochure 1926

Thank you, Marlena F. in Western Canada for mailing us original copies of this August 28, 1926 brochure celebrating the launching of the Mission’s Sunbeam II. Today the Mission is using the Sunbeam V. Click on the photos for full size pictures.

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