ME CHIP: 50,000 and counting

March 13, 2013, started quite differently than most days. There was a feeling of apprehension because it could be the day that the 50,000th child would be processed through the Maine Child Identification Program. CHIP identification data is collected and provided free of charge to parents whose children participate in the program. 50,000 children. That’s a goodly number of children, and it has

Amity Lodge and Camden Library Team Up for Bikes for Books

During this summer almost 70 kids age 4 to 12 took part in the Camden Public Library Summer Reading Program, “One World, Many Stories”. Under the direction of Amy Hand, the kids explored the different continents of the world through reading, crafts and activities. The kids visited the local sea shore and learned about the sea and all its creatures. According