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WABI Features BBBS of Mid-Maine; Highlights Need for Adult Mentors

“It's about the time spent. Just 2 to 5 hours a week, you can make a huge difference in the life of a child." Mae Slevinsky, Program Supervisor


 Kennebec Journal / Morning Sentinel: Local Youth Waiting for Big Brothers and Big Sisters

 “Every day a child facing adversity waits for a positive, consistent and caring mentor in their life is a risk to their ability to reach their greatest potential. A few hours a week can change the trajectory of a child’s life.”  BBBSMM Community-Based Manager Renee Igo


Bar Harbor Banking & Trust Employees Support BBBS of Mid-Maine with "Casual for a Cause"

“This generous gift will directly support local children facing adversity by matching them with caring, responsible adults and teens who, through positive 1-to-1 mentoring, help them reach their greatest potential."  BBBSMM Executive Director Gwendolyn Hudson


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