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May 26, 2022 - May is older Americans Month and the  Aroostook Agency on Aging hosted a Community Hotdog Roast. New Source 8′s Scott Maloney explains. 

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May 26, 2022 - During the Community Hotdog Roast, Channel X Reporter Rich Mello spoke with Aroostook Agency on Aging Business Manager Julie Doody, who recently marked 32 years with the organization. Here she is working the grill with Volunteer Coordinator Cathy Kierstead, left. 

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May 26, 2022 - Setting up for the recent Older Americans Month Community Hotdog Roast were, from left, Agency on Aging Executive Director Joy Barresi Saucier, Director of Community and Volunteer Services Judy Anderson and Lori Cyr, office specialist. You can hear Joy's interview by clicking the button below. 

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May 26, 2022 - Working the service line during the recent Older Americans Month Community Hotdog Roast were, from left, Agency on Aging employees who work in the Finance and Technology Department -- Carleen Elliott, Tamara Cote, Mackenzie Berube and Cathy Smith. You can hear Tamara's interview by clicking the button below. 

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May 26, 2022 - The Community Hotdog Roast was the perfect chance for current and former Agency on Aging employees to catch up. Here, Sherry Beaulieu, manager of volunteer services, welcomes Laureen Carlisle, right, who recently retired. You can hear Sherry's interview by clicking the button below. 

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May 26, 2022 - Helping to keep traffic -- human and otherwise -- moving through the parking lot during the May 26th Community Hotdog Roast was Rick Bragg, the Aroostook Agency on Aging's outreach and education manager. You can hear Rick's interview by clicking the button below. 

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April 25, 2022 -  With rising food and fuel prices, feeding the hungry in Aroostook County is getting harder. Maine Public Radio Reporter Nicole Ogrysko checks in with our Nutrition staff and several partners in our food delivery services. 



March 10, 2022 - With the need being so great to help and support others within the community, it takes an army of selfless volunteers to give, provide, and offer a lending hand. The Volunteer Services staff share some of the stories of these true County heroes with WAGM Reporter Robert Grimm!


April 1, 2022 - Aroostook Agency on Aging featured the artwork of Dana Allison of Castle Hill in April as part of the Artists for Aging initiative. Her opening reception was held April 1, during Presque Isle’s First Friday Art Walk. She is pictured with Executive Director Joy Barresi Saucier, right, and they are surrounded by her colorful quilts. 



Spring 2022 -

Congratulations to Aroostook Agency on Aging employees -- Mackenzie Berube and Kimberly James -- who were among 24 graduates of Young Professionals Institute at the University of Maine at Presque Isle!

The Young Professionals Institute (YPI) helps participants hone their professional skills through hands-on activities, on-the-spot public speaking assignments, and business simulation exercises. YPI is offered in partnership through UMPI's Employer U program and MMG Insurance. This year's class represented 15 organizations in The County.

We are very proud of their accomplishment!

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