Serving the Maine Communities of Franklin County, Livermore & Livermore Falls

The Special Projects Fund 

The following have received funding through The Special Projects Fund:

Adaptive Outdoor Education Center, Adaptive Climbing Equipment Purchase and Adaptive Ski Program for Children with Autism

Rangeley Friends of the Arts, After-school Youth Arts Program

Literacy Volunteers, Parents of Head Start Children Tutoring Program

Judy Diaz, Area Youth Food Pantry, Spruce Mountain Elementary

Western Maine Storytelling, Neighbors Building Community Through Sharing Their Stories

Mallett School Fun for All Committee, Walk and Wheel Path to increase accessibility on the Mallett School Playground

Friends of Wilson Lake, Water quality testing equipment

LEAP, Stone Soup Gardens, Improvements to trails for increased accessibility 

Farmington Grange, Pellet stove repair to ensure access to Grange in the winter, including the winter farmers market

Amber Stone, Teen writing program to be held at Twice Sold Tales in Farmington called "Written"

Mission at the Eastward, Portable wheelchair ramp program to increase accessibility and stretch resources

Walking Books Library, Dementia and Alzheimer's-regulated books purchased for "Books from the Cook: Pleasure Reading for Mainers in Memory Care" to be used at Woodlands Senior Living

 

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