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announce events, or provide information.

Items posted on this bulletin board does not constitute an endorsement by the Town of Woolwich.

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Patten to Offer Lego Robotics Class for Children

Registration will open on Monday, March 12 for a five-week Lego Robotics
class for children in grades two to four. The free classes will be on
Tuesday afternoons from April 3 through May 8 (excluding the April vacation
week) from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Participants will learn fundamentals of coding by working with "WeDo 2.0"
Lego Robotics kits; each kit has motors, bricks, sensors, and Lego parts for
creating simple machines that can be programmed to perform a variety of
tasks. Participants will build different "robots" and create simple block
coding using an iPad app specifically designed by Lego.

Pre-registration is required, and class size is limited to six. We will
accept up to three boys and three girls for the spots. If there are more
registrants than spaces, there will be a lottery for the spots, and the
Library will run the series again to accommodate all interested

Jon Huntington of the Sunrise Rotary Club will provide the instruction for
the classes, with assistance from several members of the Library's middle
school robotics group.

"Our middle school robotics group has had such a great time with the Lego
Mindstorms kits," says Roberta Jordan, an outreach and instruction librarian
at Patten. "We were thrilled to learn about the elementary school version
of the program. We were able to purchase three kits, and think these will
provide a great opportunity to build our robotics program at the elementary

To register or to inquire, contact Roberta Jordan by email
( or by phone (443-5141, ext. 25).

Is It the Flu or Is It a Cold ?

Woolwich Heating Assistance Fund
General Assistance Adminstrator
Suzette Cloutier
Town Office
13 Nequasset Road,
Woolwich (207) 442-7094

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Now taking applications
Program runs
28 Aug 2017 to 30 Apr 2018
For more Information

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Bath Housing is a nonprofit organization that works to enhance housing stability for seniors, those with disabilities, and families in the greater Bath, Maine area.

For more Information

Poison Control Center

1-800-222-1222 is the emergency number for every Poison Control Center in the country. Add 1-800-222-1222 to your emergency phone list. The Poison Center provides immediate treatment advice for poison emergencies. They also provide information about poisons and poison prevention, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Wherever you are in the US, you can call 1-800-222-1222 and reach the Poison Control Center nearest you. In Maine, you can also reach the Northern New England Poison Center by TDD/TTY at: TDD/TTY: (800) 442-6305

Head Start Centers
Bath, Wiscasset, Brunswick & Topsham
For more information

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Spectrum Generations is here to assist adults of all ages and backgrounds along their path to living well. Whether you are an active ager, a caregiver, or a senior in need of assistance, we are here for you, committed to help you and your family, friends and neighbors live life to the fullest.

Programs and services include:
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Dining and Cafes
  • Community Center activities
  • Lifelong Learning, Fun & Adventure
  • Answers on Aging
  • Family Care Giving
  • Help at Home
  • Respite, Relief and Adult DayBreak
  • Leadership and Advocacy

Sagadahoc County
Spectrum Generations

Meals on Wheels

Do I qualify?

You must be 60 + years of age, and or disabled. You must be homebound, and unable to cook and/or shop for yourself.

How do I apply?

You, a family member, or a professional caregiver may apply by telephone by calling 1-800-639-1553. The process only takes a few minutes, and the intake person will be asking for information such as your name, address, phone number, and health status. Certain information is required by the State of Maine. However, all information is kept confidential.


Do you know an adult who cannot read
this sentence?

One in 5 adults in Maine are not functionally literate.  Poor literacy is associated with poor health, unemployment, and poverty.  

Literacy Volunteers in Bath can help with free individual tutoring for adults with poor literacy skills.

The most important thing parents can do to help their children be ready to read is to have fun sharing books together.  Read With Me brings together children, parents, classrooms, and books to experience the joy of reading aloud together.

TriCounty Literacy
 (207) 443-6384) Serving individuals, families, in Woolwich and communities in Sagadahoc, Lincoln, and  North Cumberland  County.

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Report a Maine state road safety problem in our area
to the MaineDOT
Region 2 Office
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Asian Longhorned Beetle !

To report the sighting of an Asian Longhorned Beetle in Maine - Click Here

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If you cannot afford to heat your home, pay electric bills, or would benefit from energy improvements such as new insulation or a new heating system, help may be available from MaineHousing programs. Lower income households may qualify for heating assistance and energy improvements at no cost to them. Moderate-income households may qualify for low cost energy loans.

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“When they tell you it will be transparent they mean you won’t be able to see what it is that hit you.”

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