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UNITED WAY OF MID-MAINE ANNOUNCES NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO
WATERVILLE, Maine (November 20, 2019)— The United Way of Mid-Maine has named Alan Smith as president and CEO, succeeding Elizabeth Barron, who recently joined another local non-profit. He will officially assume the leadership position on November 25th. Read More
CANSTRUCTION IN WATERVILLE DRIVE CENTRAL MAINE FOOD DRIVE
Workplace teams campaigning to end hunger put their imaginations to work at the CANstruction sculpture contest on Friday at The Elm in Waterville. The goal of the dozen teams entered in the contest was to collect more than 5,000 pounds of food for what the United Way of Mid-Maine hoped would be the largest one-day central Maine food drive ever. Read More
THOUSANDS OF POUNDS OF FOOD COLLECTED IN UNITED WAY OF MID-MAINE’S CANSTRUCTION CONTEST
But in Waterville Friday, the adults were the ones doing the playing — all for a good cause.
The United Way of Mid-Maine hosted a “CANstruction” contest to kickoff their community campaign. Read More
STUFF THE BUS SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE IN MID-MAINE
WATERVILLE, Maine — “Stuff the Bus” school supplies drives are happening at three mid-Maine locations on Thursday, August 8.
United Way of Mid-Maine is collecting school supplies donations between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Walmart parking lots in Waterville, Palmyra, and Skowhegan.
This is the 5th year United Way has held “Stuff the Bus” drives. Read More
STUFF THE BUS EVENT SET FOR AUG. 8
WATERVILLE — The United Way of Mid-Maine will hosts its fifth annual Stuff the Bus school supply drive to benefit students in area schools who are in need of materials. Read More
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