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Extension board members needed

Act locally - help support your county’s extension activities

Extension programs are run by University of Maine Cooperative Extension and are designed to bring practical, research-based information from the University of Maine into the county to meet local needs. (InAweofGod'sCreation, Flickr/Creative Commons)

CUMBERLAND CO., Maine — The Cumberland County Extension Association has openings for people to serve on its board. Extension programs are run by University of Maine Cooperative Extension and are designed to bring practical, research-based information from the University of Maine into the county to meet local needs.

The mission of the board is;

  • Be informed about extension programming (breadth and depth) and help to promote extension programming in your respective circles, community, and municipality
  • Help to secure annual funding from the county government by working with the County Commissioners and Budget Advisory Committee

The Cumberland County Extension Association is searching for members from the following municipalities: Baldwin, Bridgton, Gorham, Harrison, Scarborough, Sebago, Standish, Cape Elizabeth, South Portland and Westbrook.

The Cumberland County Extension Association meets once a month typically on the third Wednesday at 5:30pm in Falmouth. To apply go to CCEA Application. To find out more information,  go to https://extension.umaine.edu/cumberland/cumberland-county-extension-association-2/,  or contact Mallory at 781-6099 or mallory.martin@maine.edu.  The 2017 deadline for applications is July 1, 2017

—Cumberland County Extension Association

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