Governor LePage Provides Needed Funds to Non-Profit Community Organizations July 23, 2015 For Immediate Release: Thursday, July 23, 2015 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531 AUGUSTA – Governor Paul R. LePage has allocated State Contingent Account funds to several non-profit organizations, which will benefit thousands of Mainers. “Every year, I first prioritize any state emergency needs that arise during the beginning of the fiscal
Many thanks, Olympia Sports and Anne Marie Jeffrey, for thinking of the kids’ summertime fun! That was a special surprise and we so appreciate the continual care for our kids! Thank you so much for being such a great neighbor and friend!
Steve Rand, outgoing president for Westbrook Gorham Rotary Club, paid a visit to MPTC today and enjoyed one of his final acts in that capacity – presenting us with a gift of $1,000 to help with our culinary programming and wellness initiatives. Thanks, Rotarians; you made us all smile!
Our beloved IDEXX returned for another visit. This time to expend some serious elbow grease out in our gardens. They weeded, dug, pulled, trimmed, and tugged to spruce things up. In addition, they helped fulfill a three-year dream – to have a white picket fence in front of the building. Stay tuned for the rest of the installation. Many thanks, neighbor; we love your
From a post by Phil Spiller, a member of My Place Teen Center’s Advisory Council on the Westbrook Community Facebook page: Maine’s 74th Governor, Paul LePage, took time out of his busy schedule to celebrate the hard work of 2015 Nonprofit Business Leader of the Year Donna Dwyer and a few members of her team at the award-winning My Place Teen Center – a
How to Go From ‘C’ Student to Self-Made Millionaire By Tom Corley Do you have to be naturally smart in order to strike it rich? Is intelligence a prerequisite for success? In my five-year study of the daily habits of 233 self-made millionaires and 128 individuals at or near poverty (Rich Habits Study – Background on Methodology) I uncovered the answer to these and
Many, many thanks to TD Charitable Foundation’s Michael Rayder and Larry Wold for granting us $10,000 for our summer programming initiative as articulated through our GoFundMe campaign: http://www.gofundme.com/pyh5nc. Obviously, we are so ecstatic and humbled by TD’s belief in our work and care for the kids. Amazing job, friend and neighbor, TD Charitable Foundation!
Thinking of way to be nice? Do something nice? Feel nice? Here’s a way: Support the kids at MPTC – where kids are taught values, family matters, education is tantamount, and being nice is where it’s at. Thank you; start a nice revolution. Challenge yourself. Give. Please. http://www.gofundme.com/pyh5nc
Come join in the clean-spirited fun of the Hugs For Kids Debapalooza! On Saturday morning, 5/30, come to 752 Main Street to give some hugs for donations to The Blais & Shangraw gang. ALL donations will go directly to the kids at MPTC. You can hug one, all, one several times, have a company sponsor your hugs…So many ways to get hugs and donate
WE ARE ECSTATIC!!!! Gargantuan thanks to the Simmons Foundation and the Narragansett Number One Foundation for their recent support of the kids!!! Simmons gifted $5,000 and the Buxton-based NNOF gifted $15,000. So, so grateful that our summer programming is on its way. http://www.gofundme.com/pyh5nc