Pink Tulip Project registering and planting for Spring

OGUNQUIT, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Pink isn't just pretty, it's a powerful color.  It's the color that has come to represent  the fight against breast cancer.   You'll see even more of it  come spring when the thousands of tulip bulbs from by the Maine Cancer Foundation's  Pink Tulip Project begin to bloom.

Groups can register  with the Project, buy bulbs, and plant now.   They can send out newsletters, and ask friends and patrons to donate to the cause.   When the flowers bloom in the spring they'll serve as a tribute to those who have fought and are fighting the disease, and remind  people to give to the cause.

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The Pink Tulip Project

This spring will be the second time a Pink Tulip Project Garden will bloom in in Ogunquit. 

More and more, Diane and Bob Wolfort, owners of Julie's Ristorante & Proviso, have learned of friends and family who battle breast cancer.  Julie's Garden of Hope (Julie is Diane's mom) felt like the right way to raise money for the Maine Cancer Foundation.  Asking hundred of friends and customers for a dollar toward the cause, 100% of the monies raised will go toward support, educational, and research programs for Breast and Colon cancer in Maine.

Teens with Back Pain

Poor posture and heavy back packs are causing pain and health problems for young people, chiropractic and muscular strengthening are the key to correcting this problem.  Free postural and strength testing November 13, 2010 from 10 AM-1 PM. Space is limited call to schedule your appointment. 
Sport, Spine & Rehab, Kittery, Maine 207-439-9045.

Sport, Spine & Rehab, LLC in Kittery, Maine offers free chiropratic care for returning veterans. See website for more information. 74 State Rd, Kittery, Maine 207-439-9045.

Introducing York, Maine's Cyber Crime Dog - Phoebe!

Working to Halt Online Abuse (WHOA) and WHOA-KTD (Kids/Teens Division) are very excited to introduce the world to Phoebe, Official Mascot and  CyberCrime Dog, WHOA-KTD’s newest ambassador.

Never in history was there ever a time when dogs were not important to humans. Their reputation as being man’s best friend is absolutely justified.

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Ribbon Cutting at Shore-Built Construction and Woodworking

Shore-Built Construction and Woodworking recently opened their cabinetry showroom at 54 Woodbridge Road in York.  After 34 years in the building and woodworking business, Shore-Built's handcrafted, full-custom cabinets and vanities are now available direct to the general public and those in the building trades.  "These direct-to-consumer cabinets eliminate the middlemen and will save consumers hundreds to thousands for an exceptional product," stated Bob LeClair, the owner and President of Shore-Built. 
The showroom displays a range of cabinets  including a cottage-style beadboard kitchen and island.  Shore-Built also carries their line of home goods, S&B Originals, which includes butcher block tops, kitchen carts, cutting boards and pottery.  All of their wood products are handcrafted on-site including professionally-carved signs.  Their showroom is open to the public during the week, except Monday, from 10 a.m.

Annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night

The York Police Department will be adding extra patrols for this year’s Halloween holiday.  Foot officers, mountain bike patrols, and unmarked patrol units will be added to insure the safety of our children throughout the community.  We are asking the community to help make this a safe time by “watching out for each other” and reporting any suspicious or unsafe activities immediately to us.

The Town of York will observe the annual Halloween trick-or-treat night on Saturday, October 30, 2010 from 4:30 p.m.

Veteran's Day Celebration

On November 5, 2010, Marshwood Middle School will commemorate its’

tenth annual Veteran’s Day Celebration.  The school wide assembly, which starts

at 9:00 a.m., features various tributes from our students and faculty to our local

veterans.  Last year over 200 veterans attended the celebration.  Several veterans

are from local American Legion and VFW posts. Many veterans invited  are

relatives and friends  of Marshwood students who have served our country past

and present.

 Local dignitaries including town officials and selectmen, local politicians,

state representatives, school board members, and members of the South

Berwick, Eliot, Kittery and Berwick police, fire and emergency departments also

attend the celebration to honor our veterans. 

 All guests form a reception line at 8:30 a.m.