Quarry Hill Bowls for Kids
CAMDEN, April 7, 2014 – Three teams representing Quarry Hill, a community for adults age 55-plus in Camden, are asking for pledges as they prepare to participate in Bowl for Kids’ Sake, a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Midcoast Maine. The friendly competition is scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 10, at Point Lookout in Northport.
Quarry Hill staffers and others will play on teams dubbed “The Big Wigs,” “The Strikers,” and “Mixed Nuts.” Taking part are maintenance worker Doug Gilson; environmental services director Judy Harrington and her spouse, Leroy Harrington; physical plant director Rick Mitchell; interim executive director Mary Sargent; resident Hannah Williamson; and other staff members.
The upcoming event will be the second time that Quarry Hill has taken part in the annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake competition. Donations benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters’ efforts to make a lasting difference in the lives of Maine children who are struggling socially or academically by matching them with caring, responsible mentors.
To make a pledge, please contact Doug Gilson, 763-3436.
To learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine visit www.bbbsmidmaine.org.
Quarry Hill is Midcoast Maine's premier extended-care community for adults age 55-plus. Offering convenient in-town living amid the privacy of 26 landscaped acres, Quarry Hill features independent and assisted living, secure assisted living for those with memory impairment, short-term nursing care and rehabilitation, and long-term nursing care.To learn more about Quarry Hill, call 230-6116, or visit www.quarryhill.org or www.facebook.com/QuarryHillCamdenMaine.