LONG REACH HALL at Maine Maritime Museum was crowded on May 3, as more than 150 community members gathered to share a meal and to learn more about Young Life Midcoast, a mentoring program for local high school students. Young Life, based in Colorado, started in Bath in the fall 2015, and has grown to include a handful of youth leaders, a group of committee members and a growing number of teens in the Midcoast area. Bjorn Anderson of Young Life Seacoast in New Hampshire delivers the keynote address. AT RIGHT, a group of teens from Young Life Midcoast.

LONG REACH HALL at Maine Maritime Museum was crowded on May 3, as more than 150 community members gathered to share a meal and to learn more about Young Life Midcoast, a mentoring program for local high school students. Young Life, based in Colorado, started in Bath in the fall 2015, and has grown to include a handful of youth leaders, a group of committee members and a growing number of teens in the Midcoast area. Bjorn Anderson of Young Life Seacoast in New Hampshire delivers the keynote address. AT RIGHT, a group of teens from Young Life Midcoast.

 

 

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