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Feeling really grateful for the privilege to work from home. And would you look at that CAT? Grateful for the most adorable office view. PRFC has some exciting content to share this week, so stay tuned. In the meantime, we're remembering the simple…

Last page of the July 2020 Thompson Free Library Newsletter. TFL staff, board member, and volunteer share how they kept sane during Maine's COVID stay at home order.

Like most of us during the stay-safe-at-home closures, Patrick Myers is balancing needs at home with those of his workplace. And in Myers’ case, as executive director of the Center Theatre, that workplace is well known to anyone who enjoys taking in…

Agnes Totherow, age 82, lives alone and has needed a hip replacement for months. Throughout Maine and our nation, there are people with limited resources stuck in their homes, worried for their families and having a hard time paying for the food and…

Half-way through Episode 3 of my new podcast. One of the good things for me about this “shelter in place” lockdown is that it drove me back to writing after a 3-year-long writer’s block.Boomer Monologues:

Simple Sourdough.pdf
This sourdough bread instruction manual was created by my sister Emma for family and friends who she has shared sourdough starter with. Learning to make homemade bread has been one of the benefits of staying home more and shopping less. It also helps…

The Voices from HOME Oral History Project hosted a live storytelling event on the theme "Emergency!" on Friday, April 17, 2020 via Zoom. Participants shared and listened to stories about personal and community emergencies, including emergency room…

Two firefighters, Benjamin Fagan age 37 and his son Pierce Fagan age 16. Tired after a long night of hard work taking care of fallen trees during a big April snowstorm. This night ended in the morning with an electrical fire in a home. This snowstorm…
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