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  • Town of Farmington
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  • Franklin County Chamber of Commerce

    The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit membership organization of business and civic leaders. The Chamber exists to promote its members and their services and to provide a voice for the interests of area businesses. Through partnership with other groups and ...

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  • Farmington Public Library

    About Us: In 1799, shortly after the Town of Farmington was incorporated (1794), a small group of residents organized a Social Library which circulated books until disbanding in 1856. There followed a few unsuccessful efforts at forming a library, and in 1890 the current Fa...

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  • Foothills Arts Center

    The Foothills Arts Center brings together children and adults, artists and audiences of Western Maine to share the arts in an atmosphere that encourages learning, exploration, and collaboration. ...

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  • Rotary Club of Farmington

    The mission of Rotary International is to support its member clubs in fulfilling the Object of Rotary by: * Fostering unity among member clubs; * Strengthening and expanding Rotary around the world; * Communicating worldwide the work of Rotary; and * Providing a system...

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  • Farmington Baptist Church

    About us: We are a body of believers committed to worshipping and serving Jesus Christ. As a Southern Baptist Church, we join with likeminded Christians in spreading the gospel around the world. Christ reached out to people of all ages and backgrounds and it is the heart...

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  • Town of Jay

    The Town of Jay is nestled in a valley formed by the Androscoggin River in Southern Franklin County. That geographical fact led the area to become a hotbed of industry during the industrial revolution. The Androscoggin provided power for a multitude of mills and factories, a...

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  • Jay School District

    Jay School Department Vision Jay Schools will be community-centered places of learning, which provide all learners a quality education in a positive, nurturing environment. A flexible, relevant K-12 curriculum will prepare students for the future challenges ...

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  • The Paper and Heritage Museum of Maine

    Our Mission: To create an exciting interactive museum where visitors can experience life in a paper-making community. The museum will encourage tourism and increase economic activity and showcase our distinctive heritage....

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  • The Stanley Museum

    The Mission of the Stanley Museum: The Stanley Museum keeps and shares the traditions of Yankee Ingenuity and creativity as exemplified by the Stanley family in order to inspire those values in children and adults....

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  • New Sharon Jim Ditzler Memorial Public Library

    History: The town of New Sharon has had a library since the 1850's. A Mr. James Savage of Southboro, Massachusetts bequeathed the town $500.00 provided that the town raise a matching sum for the purchase of books for a town library. At the next town meeting, these condit...

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  • Cape Cod Hill School
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  • Town of Phillips

    This fertile wilderness valley of the Sandy River was originally known as Shadagee, derived from the Indian name Chatauke, meaning "Great Place". The first settler to come was Perkins Allen, a sea captain from Martha's Vineyard, who in 1790 settled on the property now known ...

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  • Maine School Administrative District No 58

    Mission: It is the responsibility of MSAD# 58’s school community to prepare all students to become productive, caring citizens of our democracy. Beliefs: Education is a shared responsibility. Education is a shared responsibility among students, parents, employees...

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  • Rangeley Public Library

    History: The Rangeley Public Library is a proprietary library owned and managed by the Rangeley Library Association, a policy-making Board of Trustees/Directors, whose mandate is to provide management and resources so the Library may provide information and materials for th...

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  • Rangeley Congregational Church

    Mission: Founded nearly 60 years ago, the Rangeley Congregational Church continues to unite as a family to achieve its mission. Through laughter, fellowship and compassion, members and visitors seek to worship and grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ. Being guided...

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  • The Calvary Bible Church

    About Us: Our church stands on the Word of God and we want to be obedient to His commands. We believe that Christ died to save sinners. All those who repent and trust Christ to save them will spend eternity with Him in heaven. Calvary Bible Church exists to honor God by ma...

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  • The United Methodist Economic Ministry

    The United Methodist Economic Ministry has its roots in the Sugarloaf Protestant Ministry, the Evangelical United Brethren Churches in Kingfield and Salem, and Mission at the Eastward. In 1969 the first building was moved to Salem and set up as a thrift shop. Our faciliti...

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  • Town of Wilton
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  • Maine School Administrative District No 9

    MSAD #9  District Mission Statement MSAD No. 9 is committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and accepting environment where students can explore and develop their creative and intellectual abilities. We shall educate students, promote their self-esteem, and encourage...

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  • Gerald D Cushing School
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  • Weld Elementary School
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  • Stratton Public Library
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  • Wilson Lake Country Club

    About Us: In the early 1930’s, the great golf architect Wayne Stiles created the classic nine-hole layout that still sits today by the shores of Wilson Lake in picturesque Wilton, Maine. The course opened on August 6th, 1932 and has been a favorite amongst both local ...

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  • Wilton Farm And Home Museum

    Built in the mid-1860s by Rawson Fuller, the building was used between about 1910 and 1945 as a boarding house for G.H. Bass employees. Bass had built his new shoe factory on Wilton Stream in 1904 and bought the Fuller property by 1911. After the boarding house ceased to ...

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  • Jay-Niles Memorial Library

    Mission: It is the mission of Jay-Niles Memorial Library to provide and support all possible plans and materials that will lead to maximum library service for the greatest number of persons seeking information, meeting their recreational, educational, and professional needs...

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  • Wilton Free Public Library

    History The Wilton Free Public Library Association was incorporated in 1901; the Goodspeed Memorial Library building, named for the family who gave it to the town in 1915, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The building was designed by the Lewis...

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  • First Congregational Church UCC In Wilton

    Mission: We are called by Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, to love and serve in the image of Christ, loving God and Neighbor, and serving all who are in need of God's love through us....

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  • Mt Blue High School

    Mission: Our learning community creates structures that support students' achievement by: Expanding student-centered learning opportunities in a variety of settings. Increasing student engagement, motivation, and voice. Providing flexible time frames based on students'...

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