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                                                     Dexter Workcamp

Around 400 teenagers and adults will arrive in Dexter on July 21 to work on and improve homes of the elderly,

disabled, and other residents. They will work on various projects from the 22nd to the 26th.

The workcamp provides free home repairs through Group Missions Trips, sponsored locally by the Town of Dexter,

and The First Baptist Church. Over 70 projects have been approved and will be done by the volunteers who come to Dexter.

Group Mission Trips is a non-profit, interdenominational Christian Volunteer home – repair organization out of Fort Collins, Colorado.

This summer there will be 35 different Workcamps with over 14,000 volunteers going into communities across the United States.

These volunteers are members of church youth groups that volunteer a week of their summer to go into communities working to help people

make improvements in their homes. Each volunteer pays a registration fee that covers the costs of food, insurance, and building materials.

The volunteers will be housed at the Ridge View School during their time in Dexter. This service to our community would be impossible

without the cooperation of many people and organizations from our area and the workcamp headquarters in Colorado. Some of the local

businesses and organizations that are donating to this worthy project are: Dexter Kiwanis, Sunshine Club of Dexter, Hannaford Supermarket,

Lakeshore Restaurant, Gerrrard W. Rudmin O.D., Dexter Revitalization Committee (DRC), Ace Hardware, Dexter Lumber, The Eastern Gazette,

Dunkin, and the Dexter Fire Department.

If you would like more information on this story, please contact Andrew Bermudez at the following email address: abermudez73@gmail.com

 

                                                                                                                                                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOOD MORNING NEIGHBOR PROGRAM

Good Morning Neighbor is a long-term community based program designed and operated by the Dexter Age Friendly Community Committee.

 

The Mission:

The free and voluntary Good Morning Neighbor phone-call program is designed to check the daily well-being of older adults or people with disabilities who live alone in the Town of Dexter.

 

 

To participate in the daily Good Morning Neighbor phone call, short or long term, call Jean Jacobs, Director of Human Services (207) 924-7351 Ext. 17 at the Dexter Town Office for an application and more information about the program.

 

Completed applications can be dropped off or sent to

Jean Jacobs

23 Main St.

Dexter, ME. 04930

Good Morning Neighbor Application

Good Morning Neighbor Discontinuation Form

 

 

 

 

RED CROSS AND DEXTER FIRE DEPARTMENT

PARTNER TO INSTALL FREE SMOKE ALARMS

FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL 874-1192 X113 OR

www.redcross.org/local/maine/home-fire-safety

 

 

CSFP FOOD DISTRIBUTION

HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE TOWN HALL (BESIDE THE LIBRARY)

HOURS OF DISTRIBUTION WILL BE FROM 11:00AM TO 1:00PM

ON THE 4TH THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

QUESTIONS – CALL JEAN JACOBS AT 924-7351 EXTENSION 17

 

 

RENT & PROPERTY TAX FAIRNESS CREDIT

If you DO NOT file an income tax return and would like assistance with applying for the tax credit, free assistance is available through the Dexter Town Office Human Services Director.

Please call Jean Jacobs at 924-7351 #17 for information or an appointment.

 

Policy Statement for Dexter Regional Airport DBE Program

 

Information on DOT Paving Project for Summer 2017 – DOT 2017 PAVING

Information on the upcoming Spring-Summer-2017 DOT Project

 

 

CD's For Sale
The Town of Dexter has restored and digitally recorded these historical records and they are for sale to the public. If interested please call 207-924-7351 or come in to see one of the Town Clerks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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