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Mission’s Initial College Exploration-Engagement Retreat a Success

BAR HARBOR, ME — These photos are from our initial CEECoast College Exploration and Engagement retreat the Maine Seacoast Mission (MSM) hosted, June 30 to July 2 at College of the Atlantic (COA) in Bar Harbor. A dozen wonderful sophomores from Sumner and Narraguagus High Schools were selected to participate in this college readiness program…

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What Fifty-Six Housing Rehab Volunteers Can Do in a Week

CHERRYFIELD, ME — From Maine Seacoast Mission’s Downeast Campus in Cherryfield, ME, Housing Rehabilitation Program Manager Scott Shaw sends five new photos and a back story of more good news. “We had a big week with the Housing Rehabilitation Program,” writes Manager Scott Shaw. “For some very appreciative homeowners, forty-three volunteers from Ohio and thirteen…

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Wyman’s of Maine Brings Positive Energy, Great Food to DETOP

CHERRYFIELD, ME — Last month, Wyman’s of Maine, “a family-owned company with a heritage of leadership in the growing and marketing of Wild Blueberries,” hosted a Downeast Table of Plenty (DETOP) Sunday Supper. In a thank you note to Wyman’s Human Resources Director April Norton, Mission Director of Service Programs Wendy Harrington said Wyman’s “brings…

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Mission Scholarships Awarded at Presidents Scholarship BBQ

BAR HARBOR, ME — After a several year hiatus, the Maine Seacoast Mission Scholarship BBQ, revived and renamed the Presidents Scholarship BBQ, was held earlier this month on the College of the Atlantic campus in Bar Harbor. Several Mission presidents were in attendance, including Scott Planting (this was one of his favorite events during his…

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Kids Out of Comfort Zones, Into New Fresh Food Prep, Tasting

CHERRYFIELD, ME — This photo taken at a recent EdGE Kids’ Kitchen Summer Camp show Rose M. Gaffney Elementary students outside their comfort zone, trying new foods, and learning cooking skills, food preparation, and cutting skills. The Mission takes a multi-faceted approach to reducing hunger and the threat of hunger in western Washington County. We…

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A Big Housing Rehab Thanks to First Parish Federated Church Volunteers

CHERRYFIELD, ME — The Mission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program Manager Scott Shaw sent these photos of “the South Berwick crew” — a hardworking group of volunteers from the First Parish Federated Church, South Berwick, ME. “A big thanks to them,” said Scott Shaw. “The crew removed two garage doors from an elderly gentleman’s home, and enclosed…

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Donor Privacy Policy

Donor Privacy Policy The Maine Seacoast Mission will not sell, share or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity, nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. This policy applies to all information received us, both online and offline, on any platform, as well as any electronic, written,…

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