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JMG Students Explore the World of Energy at the Downeast Energy Career Day

Downeast Energy introduced 24 Jobs for Maine’s Graduates students to the energy industry at their headquarters in Brunswick on Thursday, October 28.  Students from the Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland and students from LearningWorks/ Youth Building Alternatives in Portland participated in this Career Day as part of JMG’s job readiness program that prepares students for meaningful careers.

Not only has Downeast Energy pledged $12,500 in financial support to JMG over the last three years, but the company has also consistently enhanced its relationship with JMG by having employees interact directly with JMG students.

Interaction with Maine employers is critical to the experience-based JMG curriculum.

Ornament in Bath announces Nov/Dec Beneficiary of Bags with Benefits

Ornament has chosen Sagadahoc Preservation Inc. (SPI) in Bath, Maine, as the beneficiary of its “Bags with Benefits” community partnership for November and December.  During those months, SPI will receive $7.50 of the $15 purchase price of each Ornament tote bag sold. When carrying one of these tote bags, you will also be entitled to special monthly savings at Ornament. To kick off the partnership, during the month of November, SPI donors will receive 10% off their total purchase when they shop with their Ornament tote bag (excludes custom and special orders, consignments, and sale items). 

SPI's present and future mission is to preserve and maintain the Bath area's fine architectural heritage through education, creation of an historic district commission, the promotion of stewardship, and the use of protective covenants.  SPI receives little or no public funding and is dependent upon gifts and memberships to accomplish its objectives.

Navy Ball to be heldin Bath Saturday

WHAT: The U.S. Navy Ball will be held in Bath after moving from NAS Brunswick

WHEN:  Saturday, October 23, 2010

PHOTO OPS: Optimal times would be social hour at 5 pm, speeches at 7:30 p.m. and/or dancing at 8:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington St., Bath

WHY: The Navy Ball is an annual event held to celebrate the birthday of the U.S. Navy. This year, 2010, marks the 235th birthday. It’s also the first ball to be held in the wake of the pending May 2011 closure of NASB.

In addition, the 2010 Joshua Chamberlain award will be presented.

FMI: Bio of guest speaker, Rear Admiral David Lewis, the vice commander of Naval Sea Systems Command:
http://www.navy.mil/navydata/bios/navybio.asp?bioID=522