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Jon Connor Pledges to Support Congressional Term Limits

2020 Maine house candidate Jon Connor (district 58), has committed support for term limits on Congress by signing the Term Limits Convention pledge.

BAR HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Potluck and Community Discussion: Building a Recovery Community to be held March 23

Learn about local efforts to build recovery supports how you can help others seeking recovery in Hancock County.

Strong Support in Maine CD-2 for Term Limits on Congress

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BETHEL AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Where the Wild River Flows to be held Feb.28

Mac will share events and experiences from both her grandmother’s and her own life in that valley.

BIDDEFORD-SACO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: raining Session: "SBA Opportunities with Financing, Exporting and Selling to the Govt." to be held Feb.20

The Small Business Administration might just be the best use of federal tax dollars ever - they provide a wealth of services and assistance to small businesses.

BAR HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Fiber Group to be held Feb.16

Join other fiber artists in a casual setting on Sunday afternoons.

NANTUCKET ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Nantucket Historical Association Launches New Online Collections Catalog

The Nantucket Historical Association (NHA) is excited to announce the launch of a new way of searching our collections of books, manuscripts and artifacts.

BANGOR REGION CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Hot Stove February 2020 to be held Feb.8

This is a forum for Chamber members and the local, state and federal officials who represent them.

BAR HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Acadia Winter Festival to be held Feb.7

Since 2014, our Acadia Winter Festival has been held annually at Schoodic Institute in Winter Harbor.

BAR HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Fiber Group to be held Feb 2

Join other fiber artists in a casual setting on Sunday afternoons

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