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Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Awards Career Technology Education Scholarships

July 22, 2021

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has named 15 recent high school graduates as recipients of the Bank’s 2021 Career Technology Education Scholarship. The $1,000 award is presented to students in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont who attended a technical career program as part of their high school curriculum and are planning to attend college or a technical school after graduation. More...

Helping Maine’s Low and No-Income Families Get the 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit Payments

July 22, 2021

The IRS Stakeholder Liaison office is holding Advance Child Tax Credit information sessions for Maine to learn about the Advance Child Tax Credit. Please join us and learn about: Eligibility requirements for the Advance Child Tax Credit, Information on the IRS Update Portal, Information on the IRS Non-Filer Portal, where those not required to file a tax return can provide their information to determine eligibility and request advance payments. More...

Knox County EMA Sponsoring a "Live On-Line Instructor LED Training": "Understanding Targeted Cyber Attacks"

July 22, 2021

Cyber Attacks are now an everyday event and we are all possible targets! Knox County EMA is sponsoring a “Live On-Line Instructor LED” training, “Understanding Targeted Cyber Attacks” on September 15 and 16. More...

Florence V. Burden Foundation Awards $25,000 for OUT Maine School Work

July 19, 2021

OUT Maine is a proud recipient of a generous grant from The Florence V. Burden Foundation to make Maine rural schools more welcoming and affirming for LGBTQ+ youth. The grant will help develop five on-line training modules for school professionals. The modules will address the questions and issues schools are frequently facing as they seek to provide safety and support for LGBTQ+ youth. More...

New Gardening Class offered at MCST

July 19, 2021

There’s a bonus * added to our August SUMMER Adult Ed programming (in person on campus during the day). Our team here at the school makes sure we have a safe and healthy environment. You can register for upcoming classes on our website, www.midcoastadulted.com. Or call our office (207-596-7752 x3) Mondays through Thursdays, 9:30-4:00, to register with Heidi or Betsy over the phone. To avoid disappointment, register promptly to assure the class runs and you have a seat in it! More...

Friends of Music concert series welcomes Mes Amis on July 25

July 19, 2021

The Friends of Music Concert Series, an outreach program of The First Congregational Church of Camden, is pleased to welcome back Mes Amis, a Maine-based Gypsy jazz quartet, to the church sanctuary for a concert on Sunday, July 25, at 4 PM. More...

MCST Looks Ahead to August Adult Ed Programs

July 15, 2021

Here’s what’s ahead in August for our SUMMER Adult Ed programming (in person on campus during the day). Our team here at the school makes sure we have a safe and healthy environment. You can register for upcoming classes on our website, www.midcoastadulted.com. Or call our office (207-596-7752 x3) Mondays through Thursdays, 9:30-4:00, to register with Heidi or Betsy over the phone. To avoid disappointment, register promptly to assure the class runs and you have a seat in it! More...

Fun(ny) times with McKinney July 23

July 15, 2021

Stand-up comedian Juston McKinney returns to the Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St., on Friday night, July 23.Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. performance are $22 in advance, $25 day-of-show. More...

The Camden Conference congratulates winners of the high school level Bill Taylor Award

July 15, 2021

The Camden Conference has chosen the winners of the annual Bill Taylor Award for the high school level essay contest. Piscataquis Community High School student Taylor Folsom is the first-place winner for her essay related to the 2021 Camden Conference, The Geopolitics of the Arctic. Ryan Young of Brewer High School and Peyton Hadfield of Gould Academy were awarded a second-place tie for their essays. More...

Knox County Homeless Coalition Announces 3rd Annual One Night Without A Home Event

July 15, 2021

This week, Knox County Homeless Coalition announced the return of their annual One Night Without A Home awareness building and fundraising event. One Night Without a Home is set up as a peer-to-peer fundraiser much like a walk-a-thon, meaning anyone can start a fundraising team, join a friend's team, or simply donate to the event itself. The "sleep-out" begins Friday, September 24 and ends at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 25, and will be held on the Village Green in Camden, ME. Educational programming is planned for participants throughout the evening. More...