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Serving Our Local & Global Communities Since 1925
Farmington

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
UMF Olsen Student Center
111 South Street North Dining Hall
PO Box 864
Farmington, ME 04938
United States of America
Phone:
(207) 592-6423
Meeting In-Person starting July 1, 2021. UMF COVID Protocol will be enforced with Mask Wearing (except when eating) and Social Distancing. Screening question form to be filled out also.
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This year's Vidalia Onion Fundraiser will be implemental in generating a Global Grant in collaboration with the non-profit organization Planting Seeds International. The Project is centered in the Guatemalan Garbage Dump community in which safe Passage is located.  The focus will be to enhance the Economic Development of the area.

To view a brief video about the Global Grant Project: Click Here

To watch a brief video including several great Polio Ambassadors, RI Polio Chair Mike McGovern, Ann Lee Hussey (a Polio survivor) and Past Foundation Trustee Julia Phelps, Click Here.
Speakers
CLUB ASSEMBLY
Dec 02, 2021
Juanita "Chummy" Smith
Dec 09, 2021
Classification Talk
Dr. Michael T Newman
Dec 23, 2021
FMH Orthopedic Surgeon
Kobi Perry
Dec 30, 2021
Program Director for Family & Health Services at the WMCA
 
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Emeritus Youth Services
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