At Bell’s Furry Friends Photography, every pet and session is treated like family. As an animal lover and pet owner, I know how much your furry friends mean to you. It is my goal to capture and preserve those fleeting moments of joy and love, so you may relive them again and again.
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Bell’s Furry Friends
890 Coldbrook Road
Hermon, Maine 04401
We are Your Digital Imaging Resource Center
Elm City Photo established 1946 in Waterville, Maine and we have been at the forefront of the imaging
industry for 3 generations. Our knowledgeable staff is trained in all aspects of the photographic arts along
with the latest techniques in digital imaging, file handling, scanning, and editing.
Member Discount: 10% discountAccepts Chamber Gift Certificates
Little Pictures of Maine offers wedding, event, family and business photography for clients in Central, Coastal and Southern Maine.
Member Discount: 10% off all servicesAccepts Chamber Gift Certificates
The Maine Film Center brings together our community’s unique film assets to further establish Waterville’s reputation as a vibrant, year-round center of film exhibition and education.
The mission of the Maine Film Center is to enrich, entertain and educate the community through film & art.
In 1998, in partnership with Railroad Square Cinema, the Maine Film Center founded the annual Maine International Film Festival (MIFF), which has continued to grow in admission, attendees, and reputation each year. In December 2012, the Maine Film Center took a giant step forward in pursuit of its mission by purchasing Railroad Square Cinema, thereby ensuring a permanent home for MIFF and greatly expanding the opportunities for additional year-round film and arts programming. The Maine Film Center actively collaborates with other community film and arts entities, including Colby College Cinema Studies, the Colby College Museum of Art, the Waterville Opera House, Common Street Arts and the Waterville Public Library.
The Town Line is a nonprofit community newspaper located in South China covering more than 20 towns across central Maine.
The Town Line, Inc. is governed by a volunteer board of directors and staffed by a managing editor, bookkeeper and advertising manager. Numerous volunteers, who are always needed, also contribute to the weekly operation of the newspaper.
The Town Line has been organized and incorporated under the Maine Nonprofit Corporations Act and designated nonprofit under §501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
The Town Line, Inc. accomplishes its purpose through the advertising revenue of local businesses, through memberships and subscriptions from individuals, and from private and town grant assistance.
The Town Line is supported by advertising, and also by community contributions, which are very much appreciated.
To enhance the quality of life
To create a vibrant rural community connecting our towns, organizations and individuals through communication, education, and public dialogue.
Be a sustainable nonprofit organization.
Build good community relations.
Publish a weekly, non-partisan, balanced newspaper.
The Town Line Inc. Statement of Purpose
The Town Line Inc. not-for-profit organization’s purpose is to promote and foster a growing, healthy, central Maine community comprising of China, Albion, Palermo, Windsor, Vassalboro, Winslow, Unity, Skowhegan and their environs, and the production of a free, local area newspaper to serve this community.
The Town Line Community Newspaper
P.O. Box 89
575 Lakeview Drive (next to the China Town Office)
So. China, ME 04358-0089
Tel (207) 445-2234
For advertising: Kathy Duhnoski: 691-2332 or email@example.com.
Categories: Media and Publications
Member Discount: 15% off ads in any of the 17 publications for Chamber Members