Community Spirit

Teens Who Care

Teens Who Care

We are very proud of our young people in the State of Maine and we need your help to find teens who are doing good work in our communities. Too often we hear about all of the “bad things” teens are doing. We want to make sure that people know there are teens in our state who are doing “good work” and making a difference.

We are looking for Teens who are volunteering in their communities. We will be recognizing individual teens and teens who are working together as groups.  One individual or group will be highlighted each month on WCSH 6 and WLBZ 2. Each teen recognized will receive a $2,000 scholarship to the college of their choice. Groups will be given a $2,000 grant to be awarded to the non-profit they are helping.

Please help us find the teens and their inspirational stories to share around the state. Just go to our website and click Teens Who Care for an on-line form. No deadline.

Dead River Company to Match Every Dollar Collected from Individuals and Businesses, up to $100,000

WHAT:   Dead River Company and United Way of Greater Portland will announce the roll out of Share the Warmth, a philanthropic giving platform of Dead River Company, aimed at raising funds for fuel assistance across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The fundraising initiative is targeted at individuals and businesses and Dead River Company will match every dollar collected, up to $100,000. All donations will be collected and distributed by United Way of Greater Portland to agencies that provide fuel assistance in the three states. Donation can be made through


            Saturday the 19th – Prince Memorial Library, Cumberland, 9 to 1:30
                                                Bring your lunch

                                                Call Jan Hamilton at 829-2215 to register

            Monday the 28th – St.

Scarborough High School Choral Group Holds Benefit On Friday

Scarborough High School Choral Group Holds Benefit On Friday
This Friday Coos Canyon will be performing a show to benefit the Scarborough High Choral Department.  The choral group has been selected to perform in Washington DC traveling in March 2011.

Jump Rope For Heart – Maine’s Demo Team to Perform at Scarborough Schools

Jump Rope For Heart – Maine’s Demo Team to Perform at Scarborough Schools

The American Heart Association’s (AHA) statewide demonstration team for the Jump Rope For Heart program will be visiting three Scarborough Schools tomorrow, February 16th.

Scarborough Community Chamber Will Publish New Community Map

The Scarborough Community Chamber is pleased to announce that sales for its upcoming community map are now underway. The 5,000 maps are on target to print this fall, and will be distributed in and around the Chamber service area.
The full-color, glossy community map will feature a street-level community map showing local points of interest - schools, parks, water features, landmarks, tourist attractions, etc. - and county or regional map(s) showing primary and secondary roads and major points of interest. Depending on space, the community map may also include a concise community profile, which highlights local events; important phone numbers; listings for community organizations, shops and restaurants, entertainment and cultural venues; and information about the Chamber to create a useful resource guide for tourists and current residents and businesses.
Advertising in the Scarborough community map has unrivaled advantages.

BOWL-A-THON to benefit the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital

BOWL-A-THON to benefit the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital

The Big 20 Bowling Center is proud to announce the first annual ‘Bowl with the Portland Pirates’, a fundraiser to benefit the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital. Meet, mingle and bowl with the team and raise money for the kids at the same time. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Subway and Pepsi along with great prize packs and raffles. Call or stop by today, space is limited.



TIME: 4:30PM TO 6:00PM


CALL: 883-2131!/pages/Big-20-Bowling-Center/127794977269015