CCC Wednesday Communique — May 17, 2023

Happy Wednesday!

New this week:

Eldercare Caregiving Grief and Guilt
May 24th, 1 – 2 pm Online:  When you become a caregiver, quite often some huge emotions come along for the ride. Emotions such as Grief & Guilt. Join Amy Friesen, Founder of Tea & Toast, Best-Selling Author, Speaker and Educator, and Margaret Dennis, Founder of Evolv Coaching as they explore these big emotions. Why do these emotions happen & how to recognize them (it isn’t always what you think!).  Learn strategies on how you can support yourself and your loved ones when these emotions surface.  Register here.

Psychological First Aid training

Northern Light Acadia Hospital is offering Psychological First Aid training on June 22nd from 9 am -1 pm in Ellsworth, at a location tbd.  See flyer for more information.  Registration coming soon. To learn more, contact Jennifer Laferte-Carlson.

Rising Tides 4-H Parent Info Sessions
The Lubec Community Outreach Center Rising Tides 4-H Club is for youth (ages 8 and up) interested in learning, having fun and becoming the best they can be.  Activities will include woodworking, sewing, cooking, farming and more.  Parents are asked to attend one of the information sessions below:
  • Saturday, May 10th, at 10 am
  • Thursday, May 25th, at 5 pm

Contact Jennifer Bristol, Executive Director, for more information.

Vocational Rehab Counselor

The Machias CareerCenter is seeking a Rehabilitation Counselor II.  This position will work with schools to deliver Pre-Employment Transition Services to students with disabilities and be housed at the Machias CareerCenter.  See full job description.

CareerCenter Consultant Position

The Machias CareerCenter is seeking a full time consultant.  This position will offer administrative support, coordinate services with community partners, track outcomes, and evaluate processes to identify continuous improvement opportunities. There is an opportunity for some telework privileges after an orientation and training period.  See full job description.

Thrive Maine’s $29 Million in Forgivable Loans

Starting on May 23rd, the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) will be opening applications for the second round of Thrive Maine, which will distribute $29 million in forgivable loans to Maine businesses and non-profits.  Learn more here.

Keep the Moms Moving!

Learn about Safe Harbor’s “Keep the Mom’s Moving” campaign below….

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