Re-Ignite Your Light at The League's Holiday Bash and Yankee Gift Swap!

Come celebrate the holidays with the League at our annual holiday extravaganza!
And as a huge THANK YOU to all of our volunteers who helped us get where we are today, THE FIRST 30 PINTS ARE ON US (so you’re gonna wanna get there early)! You won’t want to miss it!

WHERE: Bayside Bowl, 58 Alder St., Portland, ME
WHEN: Monday, 12/13, from 5:30-7:30pm
WHAT: Enjoy your first pint on us! We’ll have some appetizers too! Bring a Yankee Swap gift ($10 maximum, and re-gifting is encouraged) if you want to join in the gift exchange.
WHO: YOU! Bring friends, family, partners, whoever!

Community Sponsors

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Funding for 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Grants

Plan a community volunteer service projects commemorating Martin Luther King Day of Service on January 17, in your community. Successful applicants will receive $500 to help implement projects.
The MCCS challenge to communities all over Maine is to develop volunteer service projects that; unite community sectors in service, address a problem or condition that impacts quality of life for individuals or a community, and provides those who serve an opportunity to reflect on the link between their service, the problem, and the local implications for the community residents.

An Acoustic Evening w/ Maine Christian Artists

An Acoustic Evening w/ Maine Christian Artists to benefit Greater Portland Christian School and First Fruits Ministries.

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Maine Companies receive over $2 Million

At its November meeting, the Maine Technology Institute (MTI) Board of Directors approved six new Development Awards for Maine companies working in the areas of information technology, environmental technology, precision manufacturing and advanced technologies in forestry and agriculture. Awards ranged from $61,300 up to $500,000 combine for a total investment by MTI of $2,000,819.

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Portland area teachers have wish lists fulfilled by U.S. Cellular's Calling All Teachers Campaign

Eighteen teachers at Cumberland Oxford Canal School in Westbrook received the exciting news from U.S. Cellular that their classroom projects had been funded through the company’s Calling All Teachers campaign. For a second year, the wireless carrier partnered with philanthropic website DonorsChoose.org to fund $1 million in creative and impactful classroom projects submitted by public school teachers. The local donation of more than $10,000 will benefit 962 students in Westbrook. More than 70 teachers throughout Maine had their projects fulfilled by U.S. Cellular’s Calling All Teacher’s Campaign totaling more than $41,000.
U.S. Cellular focuses its giving on education and the pressing needs of schools. Lack of funding has caused many of them to eliminate critical programs and operate on limited resources. Calling All Teachers is one of the initiatives the phone company developed to offer schools help with these financial challenges.

Winter Parking Ban - Westbrook

Westbrook residents and visitors are reminded that between Nov 15 and April 15, vehicles may not be parked on Westbrook streets for more than one hour from 12:01 AM and 6:00 AM.  Violators will be ticketed and in some cases, towed.  Please help ensure the safety of our roads for plow crews and drivers alike and make arrangements to park your vehicles off of the street.  The City of Westbrook maintains some relief parking lots as listed below:

The following locations are available for overnight parking:
Mechanic St. Lot (behind CVS)
Church St. Lot (Warren Cong. Church)
Dunn St. Legion Lot
Ash St. Lot
Warren Ball Field Lot (Stevens Ave.)
Bicentennial Park/Ramp Park Lot
Warren (outdoor) Pool Lot
Lincoln Street Skating Rink Lot
Walker Library Lot

Venue on Nov 20th

Holy Boys Danger Club & Phantom Companion (Falmouth's own) at Venue Music Bar and Grill 

Saturday, November 20th

Show starts at 7p.