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Community Matter in Maine Summer Celebration

Story posted August 01, 2012

Event date(s): December 01, 2010 — December 01, 2010


Community Matters in Maine Summer Celebration
Thursday, August 2nd 2012
3pm – 5pm
Daggett Lounge, Thorne Hall
Light refreshments provided

We have 20 students working with a range of environmental and social service agencies stretching from Augusta to Portland. All of the fellows will be showcasing their work through posters and a brief presentation.

This summer’s Community Matters in Maine fellows:

Alexandra Alvarez’13 – Maine Center for Economic Policy, Augusta
• Caroline Blake’14 – Community Financial Literacy, Portland
• Jae Bradley’13 – Maine Center for Economic Policy, Augusta
• Morgan Browning’14- Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, Bath
• Rachel Courtault’13 – Maine Conservation Voters, Augusta
• Matthew Fongillo’13 – Cultivating Community, Portland
• Matthew Gamache’13 – The Nature Conservancy, Brunswick
• Connor Handy’13 – Town of Brunswick
• Grace Hodge’13 – Brunswick Topsham Land Trust, Brunswick
• Emma Johnson’14 – Preble Street, Portland
• Michele Kaufman’13 -Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Rockport
• Brian Kim’13 – Mitchell Institute, Portland
• Ariye Krassner ’14 – Independence Association, Brunswick
• Bridgett McCoy’15 – Environmental Health Strategy Center, Portland
• Emily Norton’14 – Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project, Portland
• Chelsea Shaffer’14 – Brunswick Housing Authority, Brunswick
• Jordan Smith’14 – Town of Topsham
• Jessie Turner’13 – Friends of Casco Bay, South Portland
• Teresa Withee’14 – Kennebec Land Trust, Winthrop
• Walther Wuthmann’15 – The Nature Conservancy, Brunswick