Join the Pink Zone
Raise Awareness About Breast Cancer Detection

     The Woodland Lady Dragons will host the seventh annual Pink Zone game against the Calais Lady Blue Devils on Wednesday, January 30 at 6:30 p.m. Calais Regional Hospital is sponsoring the game to raise awareness about breast cancer. 
 For this one night fans are asked to drop their team colors and unite together by wearing pink to the game.  And, yes, real men wear pink too! 

 All fans wearing pink will be eligible for a special door prize.  As in years past, Pink Zone Supporter PCT Communications will be on site with lots of great information, promotional items and a halftime prize drawing.

 Pink Zone Supporter V.L. Tammaro Oil Co. is sponsoring a Pink Zone Putt.  One lucky fan will have a try at making a putt across the gym floor for a cash prize!

    CRH will have Breast Cancer Awareness information and promotional items available at the game.   Survivors are encouraged to attend and will be recognized during halftime of the varsity game.
Early detection and educating yourself about breast cancer can be two of the best possible “medicines” toward fighting the disease.  

Women in their 20’s and 30’s should have clinical breast exams at least every 3 years.   Screening mammograms should begin at the age of 40.  Remember, once is not enough – the key to mammography screening is that it be done routinely each year.
Please join the Lady Dragons and Lady Blue Devils in your most outlandish apparel or just something positively pink as we unite as one community to raise awareness, remember those touched by breast cancer and celebrate the many survivors.  For more information about the Pink Zone Game, contact DeeDee Travis, CRH Director of Community Relations at 454-9227.

Washington Academy Boys and Girls Wrestling Club Wednesday and Thursday 4-5pm in the WA Cafe'  Call or text 952-5606 for more info or e-mail

One-time events:

January 27, 3 pm, Sunday series: Tom Sexton, poet. Free, EAC.

February 2, 6 pm, International Dinner fundraiser featuring Keltic Schmeltic and International Dancers. Reservations by 1/31 to, EAC.

February 3, 3 pm, Sunday series: Hugh French, "Art of the Unknown Coast: An Illustrated Talk Drawing on the Collections of the Tides Institute & Museum of Art." Free, EAC.

February 9, 3 pm, RESCHEDULED: A benefit talk for EAC by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio. Tickets at the door or at

February 8, 6-8 pm, Open Mic Night, family-friendly, all types of acts welcome, free, EAC.

February 10, 3 pm, Sunday series: Harpsichord Hour with Gregory Biss, “Bach, Bach and More Bach." Free, EAC.

Ongoing events: 

Children’s Theater Workshop, Saturdays, 10-11:30 am, begins January 26, for all ages (6 & under should be accompanied by a caregiver), free, EAC. Questions:

Ecstatic Dance, Tuesdays 5-6 pm, EAC. Questions:

International Dance, Thursdays from 4:30-6:00 pm at EAC. All welcome to explore world dance traditions. Greek, Romanian, Bulgarian and Israeli music, and more. Questions:

KinderArts presents Tiny Yogis, Thursdays from 9:30-10:15 am at EAC Free; for children up to age 5, must come with parent or caregiver. In case of AOS 77 school delay or cancellation, Tiny Yogis will be canceled.

Life Drawing Workshop, Wednesdays, 7-9 pm at EAC. Info: Joyce, (207) 853-2358 or

Lauren Koss
Publicity Director
Eastport Arts Center
where creativity and community meets. Free, EAC.

Recovery Coach Academy Coming to Calais in January
Are you are interested in promoting recovery by removing barriers and obstacles to recovery and serving as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking or already in recovery? Healthy Acadia invites you to participate in an upcoming Recovery Coach Training, led by Healthy Acadia's certified Recovery Coach trainers, Terri Woodruff and Denise Black. This highly interactive 4-day training will be held January 22-25, 2019 at Washington County Community College in Calais.  Classes will meet from 8:30am to 5:00pm each day.

Recovery coaches are individuals who may be in recovery, a friend or family member of someone in recovery, or a recovery ally. This training will provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and mentor others through their own recovery process.

Following the recovery coach training curriculum developed by the Connecticut Center for Addiction Recovery (CCAR), participants will: 

Explore Recovery Coach role and functions
Review the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
Build skills to enhance relationships
Explore many dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching
Discover attitudes about self-disclosure and sharing your personal story
Understand the stages of recovery
Review the stages of change and their applications
Increase their awareness of culture, power and privilege
Explore ethical and boundaries issues
Experience recovery wellness planning

For more information about recovery coaching and the CCAR model visit

Tuition for Recovery Coach Academy is $100 per participant for residents of Hancock or Washington County, and $300 for others. The course fee includes the workbook and a light breakfast every day. 30 CEU’s are available for full course completion. ADVANCE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT IS REQUIRED. Register online at: or contact Terri Woodruff at 255-3741 or
If your organization is interested in hosting a similar training in your community, or to learn more about recovery coaching, please visit, call 667-7171 or 255-3741.