Ending hunger in Central Maine is one of our biggest missions here at Townsquare Media in Augusta, so when the Calumet Club reached out for help with an event that supports the Augusta Food Bank, we immediately jumped on board!
If you noticed some insane gridlock traffic in Augusta yesterday, you certainly weren't alone. Traffic was at a standstill down Mt Vernon Ave, Townsend Ave, Civic Center Drive, Anthony Ave and even the interstate off ramps at exit 112. But, it wasn't because of a traffic accident or anything like that- no, it was all for a wonderful cause...
The annual Postal Service ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Food Drive, is this (May 12) Saturday.
All food donated, in each community, will stay in that community!
Al from the Augusta Food Bank and Bev from the Postal Service in Augusta, joined us on the Moose Morning Show with all the details...
Golf season is just around the corner in Maine and it's time to hone your putting skills. Starting this Saturday (MARCH 4th) and running for 6 weeks will be the 2nd annual Master the Putt event at Lisa's Restaurant on Bangor Street in Augusta...
I was at the first one and it was great! Augusta Food Bank 4th Annual Dinner and Auction is November 1st. The event held at the Calumet Club, 334 West River Road, Augusta. The best part is it all goes to help the Augusta Food Bank! The food bank takes care of Augusta and Manchester.
Well, the Augusta Food Bank has a need for canned tuna fish. The Augusta Food Bank serves families in Augusta and Manchester. The need grows every month. But the thing is, it is so easy to help. Pick up a extra can or two (or ten!) and drop it off sometime soon. Heck, you bring it to me at the radio station and I will get it to the AFB! While you are at it maybe a jar of peanut butter too. They ca
How can some peanut butter score you a Moose selfie? At Waterfront Wednesday on July 2, bring a kid friendly non-perishable (or two!) and the Moose crew will be on hand to say ‘thank you’ with a selfie! Yummy!
This year, Oct 26th is the date for the Second Annual Augusta Food Bank Dinner and Auction. Last year, a first time event, totaled over $11,000! Way to go. I sure hope this year that it's even more. There is going to be a pie auction, 50/50 raffle and a lot of fun helping a good organization making a difference in the capital area.