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Franklin County Animal Shelter closed to walk-ins(0)

March 27, 2020

FARMINGTON – Franklin County Animal Shelter is doing our part to control the spread of COVID-19 in Maine and will be closed to walk-ins and limiting community contact until further notice. We are committed to our animal-loving community and will continue offering adoptions by appointment. Appointments will be scheduled in 30 minute increments to allow […]

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Pets of the Week: Blaze and Jean Claude

Pets of the Week features animals that are ready for adoption at the Franklin County Animal Shelter. Blaze, senior, male, Pit Bull mix – Hi I’m Blaze. I’m a super sweet older dog. I’m pretty laid back and could use some training on my leash manners. I don’t really like cats, so I shouldn’t go […]

Details of United Way’s Very Basic Needs Fund

The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area and partners are working hard to respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic to meet the short and long term needs of individuals and families that will be impacted by COVID-19. While the United Way office is closed to adhere to social distancing, staff are working remotely to […]

UMaine Extension directory of COVID-19 resources available

ORONO – University of Maine Cooperative Extension created a user-friendly webpage featuring links to recently completed resources related to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. UMaine Extension: Connecting with Maine Communities During COVID-19 lists a relevant collection of diverse Extension resources, both well-known and new, available to the public. The resource includes guidelines […]

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