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Takeaway New England Boiled Dinner

SOUTH THOMASTON — The People’s United Methodist Church in South Thomaston — 13 Chapel Street — hosts a Takeaway New England Boiled Dinner Saturday, March 19.

Only 50 dinners are available, and cost $13 for one dinner or two for $25. The menu includes corned beef, carrots, potato, cabbage, onion, homemade roll and molasses cookies.

Pick-up is March 19 between 4-4:30 pm

Checks can be made payable to PUMC or have exact change. Proceeds will be used to support church and community programs.

Penobscot Bay Language School Cultural Dinner series

Penobscot Bay Language School continues its 2022 Cultural Dinner series with La Diversidad Culinaria Española.

This cultural dinner event explores the many culinary traditions of Spain’s autonomous regions. A variety of Spanish tapas and samplings of traditional entrees will be served, representing a different aspect of Spain’s diverse geography, regional identity and cultural heritage.

The event will begin at 5:30 pm, Saturday, March 19, 2022, at 28 Gay Street in Rockland. The cost is $40 per participant.

Visit www.pebobscot.us under the Cultural Events tab to make reservations online, or call (207) 594-1084 for more information.

Chicken parmesan take-out supper

UNION — The People’s United Methodist Church — 21 Depot Street — offers take out suppers beginning March 25. The church uses take out suppers as a way to replace traditional fundraisers that have been affected by COVID-19 restrictions.

The March menu will consist of chicken parmesan with pasta and sauce, Caesar salad, homemade focaccia bread and homemade biscotti. All food is prepared in a clean and sanitized setting.

Tickets are $16.00 per meal, and must be purchased in advance by calling Joyce Grotton at 785-2651. The deadline to order your meal is Tuesday, March 22. Meals can be picked up at the improvised drive-through at the church on March 25 between 5-6 pm Signs at the church will direct the flow of traffic with people to guide you.

Maine State Museum Listening Tour on Zoom

Local community members are invited to be part of Maine State Museum’s Zoom Listening Tour, in partnership with the Rockland Public Library, on Tuesday, March 22, at 6:30 pm. The Maine State Museum seeks community input to find the stories and broader themes that resonate with and reflect the many voices, interests, and identities of the people of Maine. They want to know what people living in Maine today think is important. Responses will inform the museum’s ongoing work, with a particular focus on the development of the new exhibit that will welcome all visitors as they step inside the museum when it reopens. The Maine State Museum is currently undergoing a major renovation project, which will likely mean the museum will not reopen until 2024.

The evening will be a one-and-a-half hour conversation, with closed captioning available, and will have a facilitator to help guide the discussion and at least one museum employee to listen. To attend, participants must register in advance at https://mainestate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtcuCsrjMsE9e2MSFqMpeUtt6QUiewYQJG

For more information, contact Patty King at the Rockland Public Library at 594-0310.

Maine Lobster Festival donates to local organizations

The Maine Lobster Festival donated a total of $1,250 to AIO Food and Energy Assistance and Pope Memorial Humane Society at its recent Board of Directors meeting.

AIO received a $250 donation that will be used to provide high-quality, healthy food to food-insecure families in Knox County. AIO’s food assistance programs include the Food Pantry and Weekend Meal Program, which provide food to children and families. The Energy Assistance program provides families in Knox County with heating assistance during the winter.
Pope Memorial Humane Society received a $1,000 donation, which will go toward a matching grant for the Sherman Medical Fund. All donations to this fund are put directly toward vet care and medical supplies for dire cases.

Worthington Scholarships available

The Worthington Scholarship Foundation offers $7 million in scholarships to eligible Class of 2022 graduates from 59 high schools in Franklin, Hancock, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo and Washington counties who plan to attend Worthington eligible colleges or community colleges in Maine.

Each award can be up to $16,500. The goal is to award scholarships to every eligible student in each partner high school.

The Foundation also provides mentoring and student support services to Worthington Scholars throughout their college attendance, and works with each partner college to help students attain their education goals.

The Foundation has a unique partnership with First National Bank, Machias Savings Bank, and Bangor Savings Bank who provide additional student supports, and represent the Foundation at our partner high schools, colleges, and the community.

For more information and online application visit worthingtonscholars.org.

Maine Educational Opportunity Center free classes

ROCKLAND — The Maine Educational Opportunity Center will host free individualized sessions, Essentials of College Planning, for adults 19-and-up who are looking for a new career or returning to higher education.

The sessions are being held at the Rockland UMA Center (91 Camden Street) Thursday, March 24, at 3 pm

MEOC is funded entirely by the US Department of Education. The program helps qualified adults make the transition towards a new career and relevant educational credentials. We provide individualized assistance in career planning, stackable credentials, completion of FAFSA, rehabilitation of defaulted loans, and finding the appropriate funding for your education.

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