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June 26, 2019
Falmouth High School graduate winner of ‘Arrive Alive’ contest
Caroline Hamzavi, a recent Falmouth High School graduate, won first-place in the 15th annual Arrive Alive Creative Contest sponsored by the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein. The Falmouth native was honored among the top 20 winners statewide at an award ceremony on June 13.
Caroline Hamzavi’s winning painting in the Arrive Alive Creative Contest depicts how the decisions drivers make can impact their lives as well as the lives of their family and friends.
Falmouth High School graduate Caroline Hamzavi won first place in the 15th annual Arrive Alive Creative Contest sponsored by the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein. The Falmouth native was honored among the top 20 winners statewide at an award ceremony on June 13. The contest asks students to come up with a creative message about the dangers of drinking and driving and/or distracted driving. Hamzavi’s painting depicts how the decisions drivers make can impact their lives as well as the lives of their family and friends. The Arrive Alive Creative Contest is open to graduating high school seniors in Maine who may enter a creative project of their choice. First-place winners receive a new laptop, second and third-place winners receive a new iPad, and every student who enters receives fun prizes from the law firm. Since 2005, over 900 graduating seniors have entered the contest from 125 Maine high schools.
Future Leader Lauded Eunice Muculu of Portland High School was one of 100 young women from 21 high schools in all 16 Maine counties who graduated from the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership Institute in late May. Craig Larrabee, CEO of Jobs for Maine Graduates, at right, presented Muculu with one of two inaugural $2,500 John R. McKernan Jr. JMG Scholarships. At left is McKernan, a former Maine governor who established Jobs for Maine Graduates in 1993.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE Please take notice that: Bath Iron Works Corporation 700 Washington Street Brunswick, Maine 04530 Is intending to file a Traffic Movement Permit application with the Maine Department of Transportation pursuant to the provisions of 23 M.R.S.A. § 704 – A on or about June 21, 2019 The application is for: Bath Iron Works proposes to construct a second floor to the James Building site located at 290 Bath Road in the Town of Brunswick. Upon completion, approximately 450 employees (who previously worked from the site as late as 2017) and an additional 280 new employees will be assigned for a combined total of 730 employees. Peak hour trips generated by the former 450 employees are not a part of this Traffic Movement Permit application. The 280 new employees assigned to the proposed expanded James Building site are expected to generate the following peak hour trip totals: Weekday AM Peak Hour of Generator Weekday PM Peak Hour of Generator
= 179 trips = 154 trips
At the following location: 290 Bath Road, Brunswick, Maine 04011 A request for a public hearing must be received by the Department, in writing, no later than 20 days after the application is found by the Department to be complete and is accepted for processing. Public comment on the application will be accepted throughout the processing of the application. The application will be filed for public inspection at the Department of Transportation Division 1 (Scarborough) office, during normal working hours. A copy of the application may also be seen at the municipal offices in: Town of Brunswick – Town Planning Department Office Brunswick, Maine Written public comments may be sent to the Department of Transportation, Traffic Engineering Division, 16 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333.
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Strawberry Fest Craft Show Maine Made: Pottery Wood Glass Food
Needlecraft Jewelry Fine Art
Soap Decorative Arts & More!
AmVets Hall, 148 North Road, Yarmouth Saturday, June 29th | 9am – 4pm Sponsor: Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen societyofsouthernmainecraftsmen.org
The Forecaster, Portland edition, June 26, 2019, a Sun Media Publication, pages 1-24