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Register now for Cobscook Institute’s Youth Summer Camps

Cobscook Institute 10 Commissary Point Road, Lubec

Cobscook Institute has opened registration for its youth summer camps, including Outdoor Skills Camp (day camp) for grades 6-8 in late June, Canoe Camp (overnight) for grades 7-9 in mid-July, and River Camp (overnight) for grades 10-12 in late July to August.

Start making your summer plans for your adventurous youth today!

Featured Featured Event Series Apply now for Camp Woodward

Apply now for Camp Woodward

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Area teens between 10-17 with an interest in skateboarding, stunt scooters, or BMX bikes are invited to apply for the Brendan Leddy Memorial Fund Scholarship to Camp Woodward. The successful applicant(s) will receive a full free week of tuition to Camp Woodward, the nation's premier extreme sports camp.

Find out more and apply here. The application is open until April 22.

Volunteers Wanted for Maine Owl Pellet Project

Washington County ME

The Maine Owl Pellet Project wants you! The project is hoping to engage as many outdoors people as they can to increase the number of eyes on the lookout for owl pellets on the ground in Maine. In doing so, we can discover more about the fascinating world of owls, their prey, and the ecosystems they call home.

Find the instructions and more volunteer opportunities here.

Featured Featured Event Series Work Group and Poverty Busters with the CCC

Work Group and Poverty Busters with the CCC

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

The Community Caring Collaborative's Work Group meets with Poverty Busters on Zoom from 1:00-3:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month. Work Group members are direct service workers, volunteers and agency admins who come together to share resources, support each other and brainstorm solutions to community needs. Poverty Busters are low-income community members, partners from agencies, and other community members working on grassroots strategies to increase poverty awareness locally and to remove the barriers that poverty creates. Both groups are now meeting together to improve communication and to ensure that the CCC is effective in helping to change outcomes for those it serves. Parents, service providers and other community members are welcome!

Contact Christine at claurel@cccmaine.org to join these meetings.

Featured Featured Event Series Winter Washer Toss

Winter Washer Toss

Patrick Connors Recreation Complex 65 Wallace Cove Road, Blacks Harbour

Looking for something to do on Wednesday nights for the winter? Starting January 11 come WASH your winter blues away with Big Brothers Big Sisters! With any questions please reach out to Dolores at 506-755-2002 or dolores.borthwick@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca.

See details on the flyer.