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  • City Of Augusta

    City History:Long before Europeans came up the Kennebec River to the "head of the tide," Algonquian-speaking Indians, considered Wabanaki or "People of the Dawn," were already here. As early as1607, the area was explored by English settlers from the short...

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  • Kennebec Valley Chamber Of Commerce

    About The ChamberOn behalf of the Board and Members of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce, I want to welcome you to Maine's Capital region.Augusta, Maine's Capital City, and its neighboring cities and towns are rich in history, culture, industry and commerce.Dozens of l...

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  • Lithgow Public Library

    Mission Statement The Lithgow Public Library provides materials and services to help community residents of all ages meet their educational, recreational, and professional needs. The library serves as a lifelong learning center for all members of the community....

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  • Cony High School

    Mission Statement The mission of the Cony High School community is to create and maintain a safe, respectful and positive learning environment that fosters academic, career, civic and personal growth. In collaboration with parents and the greater community, Cony High School...

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  • Kenebec Historical Society

    History:The Kennebec Historical Society was founded in 1891 as "The Kennebec Natural History and Antiquarian Society." Its first president was Dr. W. Scott Hill; vice president, Samuel L. Boardman; secretary, Frank T. Noble; treasurer, E.C. Dudley; and librarian, C...

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  • Maine Arts Commission

    MissionThe Maine Arts Commission shall encourage and stimulate public interest and participation in the cultural heritage and cultural programs of our state; shall expand the state's cultural resources; and shall encourage and assist freedom of artistic expression for the we...

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  • Green Street United Methodist Church

    Green Street United Methodist Church is a vital congregation in Augusta, Maine.  The church has a congregation of about 150 active members, who give graciously of their time and resources in support of God's work throughout the neighborhood and surrounding communities....

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  • Town Of Winthrop
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  • Winthrop Public Schools

    Working together, the Winthrop community takes responsibility to ensure that school is a safe place where children grow into responsible adults who contribute to their society and their world. Toward the achievement of this vision, parents, business, educat...

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  • Bailey Public Library

    The Winthrop Public Library was originally opened on July 8, 1889. The library location was referred to as “Packard Block” in early Town Reports. The original library contained 1,322 volumes at the time of opening and featured a reading room. The collection had g...

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  • American Legion
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  • Winthrop Performing Arts Center

    The Winthrop Performing Arts Center is a dream come true for the Winthrop Community. Through the commitment and hard work of the members of the Winthrop Education Corporation and the Winthrop School System, the town of Winthrop was able to add a performing arts center to th...

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  • Winthrop United Methodist Church

    We are a vital congregation, discovering new life in Jesus Christ through a fun, meaningful and loving community. As we journey together with God, we become a place of healing and transformation bringing the love of God to our community and beyond. “Love God & Love...

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  • City Of Waterville

    The City of Waterville is located on the banks of the Kennebec River in Maine. Waterville is easily accessed by two exits off Interstate-95 as well as Route 201, a national, historic byway and part of the Kennebec-Chaudière Corridor. Waterville takes great pride in i...

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  • Mid-Maine Chamber Of Commerce

    Mission Statement:The Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting the Free Enterprise System, providing membership value and enhancing the economic growth of its members and the region.Vision Statement:The Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce has been recognized and res...

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  • Waterville Public Library

    Hours Monday - Friday: 10 AM - 7 PM Saturday: 10 AM - 3 PM Sunday:  CLOSED Mission It is the mission of the Waterville Public Library to provide the best in library services to the Waterville community. With the largest collection of materials in public libraries i...

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  • Waterville Public Schools

    The mission of Waterville Public Schools is to help students attain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to achieve personal fulfillment, be responsible citizens, do meaningful work, and pursue lifelong learning. To achieve our mission we believe that our curriculu...

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  • Waterville Lions Club

    Our club, the third Lions Club in Maine, was chartered on March 13, 1924, at the Elmwood Hotel in Waterville. There were 25 charter members and one honorary member, Sir Wilfred T. Grenfell. Grenfell was a British medical missionary who became known as Grenfell of Labrador...

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  • Humane Society Waterville Area

    The mission of the Humane Society - Waterville Area is to shelter homeless animals until they can be placed in new homes, to educate the public about responsible pet ownership, and to advocate for animal welfare....

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  • Waterville Opera House

    Mission: To Enhance The Quality Of Life in Central Maine Through The Performing Arts. Vision: To Be The Primary Destination For The Performing Arts In Central Maine....

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  • Frist Baptist Church Of Waterville

    We commit ourselves to the work of Christ's church, searching the scriptures diligently and teaching them faithfully to our children, proclaiming those truths which inescapable demands upon us and embodying them in the conduct of our lives, seeking through word and witness ...

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  • City Of Gardiner

    History: Much credit must be given to Robert Hallowell Gardiner, my grandson, who pioneered, built, and developed many of the land grants and business institutions that still stand today including the City of Hallowell, our neighbors up river. By all measures, ...

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  • Gardiner Public Library

    Mission Statement It is the objective of the library to assemble, preserve, and circulate books and related materials necessary to provide information, self-education, and recreation for the enlightenment, entertainment, intellectual, and cultural development of the communi...

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  • Boys And Girls Club Of Greater Gardiner

    About Us: The City of Gardiner has supported the development of year round recreation programs for the past 15 years, prior to that the City supported many years of summer programs.  Gardiner Recreation began offering year round child care programs in 1996.  This...

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  • Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center

    Mission:The mission of Johnson Hall is to promote, create and inspire artistic excellence through the presentation of world-class entertainment and professional performing arts education and to drive cultural and economic growth for our community....

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  • First Baptist Church Of Gardiner

    We are brought together by the call of Jesus Christ to worship God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, through concrete acts of loving service to our neighbors near and far, we seek to be generous and graceful toward others in the way God has been toward us. we are committed to...

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  • City Of Hallowell

    The story of Hallowell is the story of America, with science and industry - and not infrequently the weather - dictating the pace of growth, the accumulation of great wealth, and the loss of vast fortunes. The City is named for Benjamin Hallowell, a Boston merchant and one o...

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  • Maine Womens Lobby
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