Rangeley’s EcoVenture camp awarded grant to expand program

RANGELEY – An environmental summer camp and fitness program will be able to expand its program after receiving a big boost in funding from the Maine Health Access Foundation. Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust was awarded $49,473 for its EcoVenture Partnership to Address Childhood Obesity grant proposal. EcoVenture, a summer camp for youths with an environmental focus,

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Charts of How RFA Earns and Spends its Funds

RFA partnerships to promote arts Income       Rangeley Lakes Regional School $1,500 Rangeley Rotary Club $750 Franklin Savings Bank $750 Camden Bank $1,000 Maine Community Foundation $3,000 RFA Donors $10,865 Summer Programs Ticket Sales $34,720   $52,585 Supported Programs       Student Lessons $2,154 Scholarships $1,120 School Programs $1,983 Rangeley Community Chorus $1,226 Website, Communication $1,345 Administration $5,337 Equipment, Supplies, Storage, Ins. $4,862 Postage, Printing, Advertising $3,304 Summer Programs $20,436 Loan Interest $1,142 Misc., Dues, Bank Int, Accounting $1,807 Investments Land Dev. & Purchase $7,869   $52,585

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Charts of How RFA Earns and Spends its Funds

Best Maine foliage in mountains (AP via Yahoo! News)

State foliage watchers say the lakes and mountains of western Maine and the Mount Katahdin region will be the best places to see brilliant fall colors this weekend.

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Best Maine foliage in mountains (Bangor Daily News)

AUGUSTA, Maine — State foliage watchers say the lakes and mountains of western Maine and the Mount Katahdin region will be the best places to see brilliant fall colors this weekend. Forest …

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