With so many of Maine’s Nursing home’s in trouble another crisis has emerged, the falling number of direct care workers.
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YOU ARE INVITED TO TRADEMARK’S END-OF-SUMMER NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY! The Trademark has been in the neighborhood since last fall, but they have not had the chance to properly introduce themselves . They’re making […]
Visit the SMCC Beacon Magazine, a compilation of the writer’s work for the Spring 2021 semester.https://indd.adobe.com/view/85807739-6646-4eb1-890b-8e0563c5b00f
By Anna DesLauriers, A small black coffee.At first,Hissing, spitting, scared.Taking charge and taking names.Later on,Playful, tender, young.A crunching machine.A soft roadblock in the hallway. A medium mocha.At first,Timid, learning, loving.Spending time in […]
My time in in-patient care. By Anna DesLauriers If you or a loved one has experienced a mental health crisis, you know that getting the help you need can be incredibly difficult. […]
By Kyle Sansoucie I bought a battery-powered, chainloading foam dart mini-gun for 30 bucks and honestly it’s somehow more fun than I expected it to be. Imagine the pure bliss of spinning […]
By Samantha Harmon During this Pandemic, the best thing we can do is to better educate ourselves and to develop perspectives based on the information we hear. The best way to educate […]
Launchpad is proud to present the 6th Annual All Roads Music Festival, set for May 21 + 22 in beautiful Belfast, Maine. All Roads is a celebration of indie + Maine music […]
By Samantha Harmon From Jul 17, 9 PM – Sun, Jul 18, 1 AM join Lez Zeppelin at the State Theatre on Congress Street for an amazing show for $22!! Link to […]
Nationally celebrated Care Camps Big Weekend! Camp with us on Friday plus a $20 donation to Care Camps and stay Saturday FREE! This event helps kids battling cancer experience a week where […]