Martin’s Point practice relocates in medical park

Martin’s Point Health Care has relocated its Biddeford practice to a new health care center in the heart of Biddeford’s medical park.

The custom-built 6,500-square-foot building, located at 61 Barra Road, was designed in partnership with architectural design firm SMRT. The new facility features plenty of natural light and warm and welcoming patient areas, talk rooms, and a community room for special events and gatherings.


New officers installed by Southern Maine Garden Club

The Southern Maine Garden Club recently installed new officers for the 2015-2017 term.

The new officers are: Paula Frodyma, president; Sheryl Rothstein; vice president; Mary Ericson, treasurer; and Donna Claveau, secretary.


Got stuff? Bonny Eagle Flea Market looking for vendors

Organizers of the Bonny Eagle Flea Market are looking for vendors.

The flea market will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 19 in the Bonny Eagle Middle School parking lot in Buxton.

The cost is $20 per table or four for $50. More than 75 vendors are expected to participate in the event, selling items such as clothes, tools, antiques, toys and books.

For more information or to reserve a table, call 692-2989.


Fortin Group’s yard sale raises $2,400 for hospice

The Fortin Group raised $2,400 during its annual yard sale to benefit Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice.

The funds raised will support the organization’s Veteran to Veteran initiative and the Hospice House.

For more information about hosting an event to support Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice, call 795-9428 or go to


Red Sox home runs result in $700 donation to shelters

SIS Bank has donated $700 to York County Shelter Programs Inc. through its “SIS Home Runs for Good” campaign.

The promotion, a collaboration between SIS and WBLM-FM of Portland, gives $50 to a local nonprofit organization for every home run a member of the Boston Red Sox hits at home throughout the month. Red Sox players hit 14 home runs at Fenway Park during the month of June.