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Blue Hearts Abound On Maine CDC Building in Downtown Augusta
I am not sure where they started but I noticed them yesterday...many floors on the Key Bank Building in Downtown Augusta have blue hearts in the windows. That building is also the home to the Maine Center for Disease Controle and Prevention. Hummmm....
Today is Red Kettle Day for the Salvation Army in Northern New England
Red Kettle donations have been down for the season but it is your chance to donate today in person and online.
Fall Back Sunday November 3
It is that time of the year for our clocks to 'fall back' so that means on Sunday at 2am the clock goes back one hour.
Vaping Supplies Part of National Drug Take Back Day
National Drug Take Back Day Oct 26th is an easy, free way to get unwanted, unused or expired prescription medications out of your home and the environment and to be disposed of properly. This year they are taking vape pens, e-cigarettes and supplies as well.
September 11: Freedom Tower and NYC 18 Years Later
My recent visit to Freedom Tower in New York City.
August 7th is Summer’s Mid-Point
According to the Farmer's Almanac the mid point is today at 7:52 am!
Maine’s New Car-seat Safety Rules
Attention parents and parental units...Maine has some new car seat safety laws for the kiddos.
June is ‘Pride Month’ So What Does That Mean For You?
Pride Month as a time to celebrate, remember and educate. As a caring human this is what I think you need to know.
‘Grumpy Cat’ has Died
OH sad, sad, sad news...Grumpy Cat has left us.
Thursday, April 25, is “Corporal Eugene Cole Day”
In the last year the community has come together to heal ( as much as you can after something like this ) and that energy is being channeled into doing good for the community.