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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - What A Waste: Immediate and Lasting Impact

What A Waste: Immediate and Lasting ImpactIn this post guest blogger Jackie Geralnick, MPH, RD, LD, Public Health Nutritionist at the Department of Aging and Community Living, District of Columbia, r…
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Kennebec River Brewfest 2019

The Kennebec River Brewfest features a variety of local Maine breweries in a beer garden located in Mill Park. Food vendors, live music, lawn games, and more will all be within an arms reach of the K…
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Red Cross: Critical Type O Blood Shortage - Donors Needed Now

Red Cross: Critical Type O Blood Shortage - Donors Needed NowAll donors who come to give by June 10 receive a $5 Amazon.com Gift Card in thanksFarmington, CT - The American Red Cross has a critical s…
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Invest in Maine's Future

Good quality child care is a win-win-win. It helps to nurture a developing child, preparing them to socialize and to learn. It allows parents to work without worry, and it helps employers attract and…
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Maine Women's Lobby Newsletter - May 2019

As you know, the Maine Women’s Lobby advocates that women should live free from violence, free from discrimination, with access to the full range of health care, and the economic security to live in …
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Meals on Wheels America News - What Does Lola Love?

HER FLOWERS, THE BIRDS AND THE BUTTERFLIES.Back in 1952, Lola and her husband moved in to their new home. Starting a garden was at the top of her list then, and enjoying the beautiful garden she crea…
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Augusta 2019 Great Strides

For more than 30 years, Great Strides – the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s largest national fundraising event – has supported the Foundation’s mission to cure cystic fibrosis and raise awareness for th…
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Can Pets Like Ginger Count on You?

Pets are family, too. Ginger is Stephanie's loyal, trusted and loving companion. Stephanie has been coping with multiple sclerosis for more than ten years - a disease that increasingly strips away h…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: To Fight for Those Who Cannot Fight for Themselves

With this blog NFESH introduces the first of a new series of guest bloggers. In the past few posts, our guests’ columns have focused on the work that their organizations perform in the areas of aging…
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Funding for Meals on Wheels is at Risk Again

Funding for Meals on Wheels is failing to keep up with the growing need, and the President's new budget proposal threatens to make it even worse. The proposal calls for funding cuts that would widen…
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Earth Talk: The Home of the Future

Dear EarthTalk: Given all the advances in residential household efficiency, can you paint a picture of what the home of the future will look like? -- JV   No doubt, homes in the future, wheth…
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Rooftop Newsletter: SNAP Matters for Seniors Everywhere

Our recent blog posts have featured articles dealing with issues related to seniors, hunger and waste that were produced by other organizations and reprinted here by permission. This blog, written by…
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Rooftop Newsletter: 17 Surprising Ways You Might Be Wasting Food and Not Know It

This blog is republished with permission from the Natural Resources Defense Council by  Andrea Spacht Many of us now realize that food waste is a big problem in the U.S. But did you know that a lot o…
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Keep Vulnerable Seniors in Your Heart - A Message from Meals on Wheels America

February is American Heart Month and we know you understand the importance of providing older Americans with nutritious meals that keep them healthy and thriving. Seniors like 86-year-old Marion and…
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Maine Womens Lobby Newsletter - March 2019

It's been a fast start to the legislatureOnce upon a time, the legislature got a slow start, but that has not been the case this year. In February we testified on several good ideas that would benefi…
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