CAPE ELIZABETH, CUMBERLAND, NORTH YARMOUTH

Goodwill industries is hosting three donation drives from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

The donation drives will be held at Cape Elizabeth Town Hall, 320 Ocean House Road; Cumberland Congregational Church, 282 Main St.; and North Yarmouth Town Office, 10 Village Square Road.

Residents can bring gently used clothing, household goods and computers. 

SCARBOROUGH

The Scarborough Public Library declared the week of May 9 through May 14 “Food Not Fines Week,” a statewide initiative coordinated by the Maine State Library.

Next week, the library will accept one non-perishable, packaged food item for each overdue or billed item that is returned in person. Overdue items must be in good condition.

For a list of food items, go to http://www.library.scarborough.me.us. For more information, call 883-4723. 

YARMOUTH

Chimani LLC, a mobile app developer for the outdoors announced that 100,395 copies of its national park apps were downloaded for free during National Park Week, which ran from April 16 through 24.

The Chimani national park apps include Acadia National Park, which had 16,708 downloads; Cape Cod National Seashore, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and Yosemite National Park. The iPhone apps can be downloaded from Apple’s iTunes App Store and the Android versions from the Android Marketplace keyword: “chimani.”

FALMOUTH

The Rotary Club of Falmouth is hosting an electronics recycling day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Falmouth Shopping Center parking lot on Route 1 in Falmouth.

The items that will be accepted include: electronics such as televisions, computers, printers, scanners, DVD players, VCRs, radios, stereos, microwave ovens, cellphones, game consoles, cords, circuit boards and digital picture frames.

Items that will not be accepted include appliances such as ovens, washing machines and dryers, stoves. For more information, call 781-2501. 

PORTLAND, WINDHAM, KENNEBUNK

Crossroads for Women, a substance abuse and mental health treatment provider, is offering a free one-hour counseling session during the month of May to new clients at its three counseling centers in Portland, Windham and Kennebunk.

To book an appointment, call 773-9931, 467-3369 or 894-5733. For more information, go to www.crossroadsforwomen.org/counselors.php

WESTBROOK

The Drouin Dance Center won at the Showstopper Regional Dance Championships in Brockton, Mass. in late March. More than 900 dance numbers from over 50 studios competed in the event.

The Westbrook dancers performed to, “People Are Strange,” and won top junior group for dancers ages 9 through 12-years-old.

The dancers are Isis Clark, Meghan Dadiego, Madison Fox, Annie Knowles, Jada Libby, Olivia Morgan, Samantha Siewertsen and Elisabeth Young.