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Thank you Variety Show Sponsors !
2017 Variety Show Sponsorships
We couldn’t have done this without you!

PRODUCER – For a contribution of $500-$1000
Foxcroft Academy
Hardwood Products, Inc.
Hibbard Skilled Nursing Center
Pleasant River Partners
Puritan Medical Products &
The Eastern Gazette
Will’s Shop & Save
(in memory of Will’s sister, Melissa Adams)

DIRECTOR –¬ For a contribution of $250-$499
Center Theatre
CHCS Hospice
Finestkind Tree Farms
J.D. Raymond Transport
Lander & Sons, Inc.
Lary Funeral Home
Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union
Mayo Regional Hospital
McKusick Petroleum Co.
Mountains Market
Northwoods Canoe Co.
Reddy Health Center
True Textiles

PARTNER–¬ For a contribution of $100-$249
Bangor Savings Bank
Bear’s Den Motel
Green Door Gallery
Guilford Bed & Breakfast
Harris Drug Store
Howard Insurance
Morrell’s Hardware
Rowell’s Garage
Santos Builders
Santos Plumbing & Heating
Steinke & Caruso Dental Care
Taylor Contracting
The Mill Inn & Café

Chasse Chiropractic
Color of Life Studio
Friends of Community Fitness
Gerald Jackson & Sons, LLC
Hall’s Christmas Tree Farms
Thomas Logging & Forestry
WOW Soaps

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    FREE Workshop for caregivers of a family member or friend with dementia

The SAVVY Caregiver training is a 12-hour / 6-week education program
sponsored by the Office of Aging and Disability Service, Department of Health and Human Services

Choose any of the following locations:
Download a poster for place/date/time details

This extremely valuable program is free, but
registration is required      Call EAAA 941-2865
Ellsworth begins April 18
Brownville begins May 5
Corinna begins May 17
Greenville begins May 27
Newport begins September 8
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We have a new page for you, called "Coordinator Notes"

For Volunteer Bulletins you can read and/or download
And for timely information for you
from Lisa
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Green and Purple ... The Colors of Hospice
The use of color can strengthen, sooth, and inspire. Hospice colors are green and purple and were chosen because of what they each represent. The use of green is commonly associated with nature and growth. Green represents stability, endurance and peace. The green in the ribbon represents the awareness of compassionate care that hospice provides and the peace that hospice brings. Purple, has traditionally been associated with honor, spirituality and self-esteem. It reminds us of the right that all people have to live with dignity and respect, even in the last moments of their life.
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