Mariners first re-signing was co-leader in goals in 2019-20
PORTLAND, ME – June 22, 2020 – The Mariners announced their first player signing for 2020-21 on Monday, bringing back forward Dillan Fox for his third season in Maine. Fox had a breakout season in 2019-20, tying for the team lead in goals and reaching the AHL for the first time in his career.
(Portland, ME) June 19, 2020 - United Way of Greater Portland individual giving group Brick & Beam Society announced investments of $26,500 to support summer-focused programs and projects that target early childhood learning and STEM programming for children in pre-school through 8th grade. Programs were selected based on their level of impact, sustainability, being replicable, and for taking innovative, holistic, and collaborative approaches to learning.
Richmond, Ky., June 18, 2020 — James Mangini, RLLD, will join the Association for Linen Management (ALM) Board of Directors at the end of June. Mangini has been a long time member of ALM, and succeeds Rich Bott, RLLD, CLLM, as president-elect as Bott moves into the role of president. Mangini has over 15 years of experience in the industry as the director of linen services for Maine’s largest medical center, Maine Medical Center Linen Services.
PORTLAND, Maine – Coffee By Design has extended the deadline for applications for its Rebel Blend Fund Grant. The Rebel Blend Fund has awarded art grants to projects in Maine for 22 years. Since its launch, Coffee By Design has contributed over $95,000 to Maine non-profits arts organizations.
Step two of rights protection includes a list of 17 players
PORTLAND, ME – June 16, 2020 – The Maine Mariners released their season-ending roster for 2019-20 on Tuesday, protecting the rights of 17 players between now and July 1st. The season-ending roster is the second phase in the three step process of protecting players’ rights, the first being the initial protected list, and the final being qualifying offers.
SEBAGO CLEAN WATERS MAKES MORE PROGRESS TOWARD GOAL OF CONSERVING 35,000 ACRES OF WATERSHED FORESTLAND
Recent acquisition of 3,000 acres in the Sebago watershed by The Conservation Fund provides time to raise funds to purchase and manage land that will support clean drinking water, and the livelihood and lifestyle of local communities.
Oxford County, ME – June 16, 2020. Sebago Clean Waters (SCW) made great strides toward meeting its goal of conserving 35,000 acres of Sebago-area forestland on June 15th when The Conservation Fund, a national environmental non-profit with a field office in Freeport, announced its purchase of 15,408 acres from Chadbourne Tree Farms in Western Maine.
PORTLAND & ELLSWORTH--The Maine Community Foundation has elected Mark Howard of Boothbay and New York City to the Board of Directors.
Maine Women’s Fund Announces $53,000 in Emergency Grant Funding to Improve Safety for Women and Girls Across the State and Throughout the Wabanaki Territories During this Pandemic
June 4, 2020–Today, the Maine Women’s Fund announced emergency funding totaling over $53,000 raised through its rapid response Safety First for Women Fund. The Maine Women’s Fund rapidly created this specialized fund to meet the urgent needs of women and girls across the state. Funders and advocates quickly responded and within six weeks, gifts totaling $40,000 were received from the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation, Sam L. Cohen Foundation, and the PRBB Foundation and over $13,000 from 59 different individuals.
Twenty players listed in step one of the rights protection process
PORTLAND, ME – June 2, 2020 – The Maine Mariners released their 2020 Protected List on Tuesday, containing 20 names of players of whom the Mariners retain ECHL rights. The Protected List is the first phase in a three step process of protecting players’ rights, followed by submitting a season ending roster and finally, issuing qualifying offers. The Protected List is as follows: