Monthly Archives: June 2012

Food-Banks and Community Partners Fight to End Childhood Hunger

Food-Banks and Community Partners Fight to End Childhood Hunger In Maine, more than 80,000 children depend on the National School Lunch Program, but during the summer months, only 16% of that population get the food they need. The Good Shepherd Food Bank and community volunteers want to put a stop to that. “It’s true that […]

Students are the Teachers at the Belfast Summer Tech Institute

Summer is a time where most students are sleeping late, heading to the beach or enjoying summer camp, but a handful of students from RSU 19 are still in the class room and this time, they’re in charge. Chris Redman, a student-teacher and Junior at Nokomis Regional High School says,”It’s a little different, teaching during […]

Camp Rainbow Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

Arts and crafts, dodgeball and swimming. It’s an average day for most kids at summer camp. But camp rainbow is anything but average. For 25 years, this camp has given children with cancer and their families the full summer camp experience. “Here they can meet with all other kids who have been touched by cancer. […]