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The Quarry Road Summer Race Series is a nine-week trail running series organized and hosted by the Alfond Youth Center. The series supports the youth center, promotes Quarry Road, and encourages health and wellness through running for community members of all ages. Each week participants will complete a different course, varying in length from 3k to 8k, utilizing the Quarry Road trail system. Along with the featured race each week there will also be a free fun run for children 12 and under. Registration is just $5 per race, or $35 for the series. Kids’ fun runs are free. For times and the entire schedule, visit the Quarry Road Trails website here – http://quarryroad.org/?utm_source=Arts+Spotlight+week+of+6%2F5+-+6%2F11&utm_campaign=Arts+Spotlight+June+5+-+June+11%2C+2017&utm_medium=email
If you’ve been waiting for a good time to join MFT, July is your month! We’ll have fun prizes, drawings and refer a friend perks throughout the month. We’re hoping to have 200(!) new members join us this July! Maine Farmland Trust is a member-powered non-profit that protects farmland, supports farmers, and advances the future of farming.
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July 30- August 5, 2017, Did you ever wonder if you would like to become a state game warden, federal wildlife agent, marine patrol officer, or environmental police officer? Come to Unity College, the home of the Unity College Conservation Law Enforcement program, and learn from real wardens and conservation officers for a week. You will have the opportunity to interact with Maine game wardens, state conservation law enforcement officers from throughout New England, and federal government employees. You’ll learn skills and participate in activities such as search and rescue, map and compass, wildlife and fisheries identification, patrol tactics and techniques, crime scene investigation, and wildlife forensics. -Meet and work with wardens -Learn skills like -Wildlife forensics -Boating and off-road vehicle safety -Surveillance -Search and rescue -Map and compass -Trapping and hunting -Work in a team of other future wardens to solve crimes and master skills -Summer Camp Payment and Refund Policy Payment is requested in full to reserve a space. $200 of the payment is a non-refundable deposit. No refunds will be given one month prior to camp start date. For cancellations, please contact us. Ages 16 – 19 $1,200. Includes food and housing! http://summer.unity.edu/warden-camp/