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    Signs of Hope, a summer lawn party at the home of Susie and John Marshall of Cumberland Foreside, raised $184,000 to support programs of the Lunder Family Alliance. Doctors Cindy Boyak and Tamara Palka attended along with Orion Poulin of Freeport.

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    Paula Lunder, Joe Boulos, John Marshall and Peter Lunder at the Signs of Hope event in Cumberland Foreside. Money raised went to the Lunder Family Alliance, which provides a social worker to help families of young adults experiencing serious mental health issues to navigate the mental health system.

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    Maine Behavioral Healthcare employees Lisa Bush and Shannon Daley at the Signs of Hope event.

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    Signs of Hope attendees included philanthropists Judy Glickman Lauder and Leonard Lauder of Cape Elizabeth, Sheri Boulos of Falmouth, hostess Susie Marshall of Cumberland Foreside, and Maria Glazer of Cape Elizabeth.

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    The Lunder Family Alliance has been providing a social worker to help families of young adults experiencing serious mental health issues to navigate the mental health system. Signs of Hope summer lawn party at the home of Susie and John Marshall of Cumberland Foreside raised $184,000 to support these programs. Sheri Boulos, who hosted the first Signs of Hope at her home in Falmouth, with her daughter Gretchen Boulos.

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    Maureen Wedge of West Falmouth, Wendi O’Donovan of Falmouth, architect Charles Rizza, and Dr. Matthew Seigel, who runs the Center for Autism & Developmental Disorders in South Portland.

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    Candy and Jim Fox with Lori and Chris Poulin, all of Cumberland Foreside, at the Signs of Hope event.

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    The Signs of Hope summer lawn party raised $184,000 with help from attendees like Kaitlin Clifford, Josh Kelton, and Jack and Jane Phillips, all of Portland.

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    Lee D’Atillo, team leader for the Lunder Family Alliance, family navigator Betsy Oakleaf, benefits counselor Heidi Patrie, and employment specialist Lisa Sloat.

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    Steve Merz, CEO of Maine Behavioral Healthcare, and Mary Jane Krebs, president of Spring Harbor Hospital, at the event to help provide social workers for families of young adults experiencing serious mental health issues.

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    Linda Butler, administrative director of the department of psychiatry at Maine Medical Center, and Dr. Girard Robinson, chief of psychiatry at Maine Medical Center and Maine Behavioral Healthcare.

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