An energetic, fun lovin', caring individual with her sights set on succeeding in what she sets out to do. From what I see, that describes Chelsea Haggett of Wiscasset who joined us on the Moose Morning Show today with a message for the mid-coast...

Her organization, Lincoln County Spark, is having a party Saturday night for the benefit of New Hope for Women. The event is happening at the 1812 Farm in Bristol and gets underway at seven o'clock with cocktail hour. During that time, acoustic guitarists/singers Will and Doug will play.

The dance band for the evening will be Monthly Payment and there will be a silent auction featuring a sky ride over the mid-coast in a plane and a bunch of restaurant certificates.

Tickets for the event are $20 in advance at the First (Bank) in Damariscotta and $25 at the door.

Wonder what the Lincoln County Spark is all about? Here is their mission:

Lincoln County Spark is a social networking group for ages 21-45 in Lincoln County. Our mission is to connect people to each other and to the communities where we live, work or play. We strive to have a positive impact on our community through professional development, social events and community initiatives that will benefit our generations and those to come.

They would LOVE to have you join them!

You can email the group at or check them out on Facebook.