Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Tumble Tikes was born in 2009 when a married couple of personal trainers found opportunities for kids lacking.
Despite her negative pregnancy test, an abused animal gives birth at a Bridgton shelter.
Tom Morgan leaves Pine Tree Society, for which he created hundreds of wood items to help disabled kids.
AniMeals volunteers and donors are helping homebound people and their pets stay together.
His interest in the work began six years ago, following a yearlong study abroad in Granada, Spain, and Mexico City.
A young Waldoboro woman spreads laughter to help, perchance to heal.
A conference in Auburn will teach how best to help women whose husbands have died.