Dr. Patrick Redmond - "Maxillary Second Molar Replacement Therapy" - Kittery

Thursday, April 7th
Dr. Patrick Redmond - "Maxillary Second Molar Replacement Therapy"
when:Apr 7, 2011 at 6:00pm where:Portsmouth, NH


WELLS, Maine, March 18, 2011 - Get active, be fit, and go green is the message for Wells Reserve EcoDay, to be held April 16 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. As Earth Day approaches, begin or renew your commitment to a healthy planet and a healthy you. From alternative energy to sustainable gardening and from aquatic sports to zumba, EcoDay promises hours of opportunities for you to try something new.

EcoDay activities will include the third Laudholm 5K, a volleyball tourney, a beach cleanup, and demonstrations or try-its for paddle surfing, kayaking, biking, fishing, hiking, geocaching, and yoga.

"The Wells Reserve is already a great place for exercise and connecting to nature," said Diana Joyner, president of Laudholm Trust, the nonprofit that is offering EcoDay as a benefit for the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve.

Bicycle Coalition of Maine Sends Delegation to National Bike Summit

Augusta - A five-member delegation from the Bicycle Coalition of Maine will participate in the National Bike Summit on March 8-10 in Washington, D.C.
The annual gathering of bicycle advocates from throughout the country will include a keynote address by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and workshops on a variety of bicycle-related topics.  The Maine delegation will visit all four of Maine’s congressional representatives to discuss bicycling issues.



Every year, thousands of teenagers across the State of Maine experience dating violence.  February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month, a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in youth relationships and promote programs that focus on prevention. The Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence and the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault are calling on Mainers to help recognize this important month, not only for youth in Maine, but for communities statewide.

Dating violence is “controlling, abusive, and aggressive behavior in a romantic relationship. It occurs in both heterosexual and same-sex relationships and can include verbal, physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, or a combination of these behaviors.”  Dating violence often starts with what may seem like minor behavior, such as teasing and name calling.

Flu Shot Clinic

Thursday, November 18th
noon- 2:00
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses of Southern Maine will be offering flu shots to all YCCC: Staff, Students and families. Will bill Medicare, Anthem, Aetna and Harvard Pilgrim Health
Insurance Card REQUIRED
FREE for Staff, Students - 18 and under & children
(* $10 administration fee).
Flu w/H1N1 vaccine—$30.00
FluMist w/H1N1—$35.00
Pneumonia Vaccine—$50.00
*Administration fee billable to insurance.

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.

York County Shelter Programs Appeals For Thanksgiving Food Donations

Last year, the York County Shelter Programs' Food Pantry gave out 1400 Thanksgiving food boxes.  Once again there is a great need for food to share with folks who are having difficulty feeding their families during these challenging economic times. Some people who were donors a few years ago now seek help from the Shelter's Food Pantry.

The donation of turkeys or a $10.00 donation to buy a turkey and the fixings
would be greatly appreciated. The donation of cranberry sauce and gravy
is also always welcome.

Please call Martha or Sandy in the Shelter's Food Services Department
at 324-8811 or Joan at 324-1137, ext. 105.  To send a donation towards the
purchase of the Thanksgiving boxes, please mail your check to:
York County Shelter Programs, P.O. Box 820, Alfred, Maine 04002
Please note  "Turkey Fund" on the check. Any help is greatly appreciated.