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UMaine Center on Aging

The mission of the Center On Aging is to promote and facilitate activities on aging
in the areas of education, research and evaluation, and community service.


ENCorps Webinar: What's Next on the Green Horizon?

Presented by Roxanne Eflin, Senior Program Director at the Maine Development Foundation, this webinar will be offered on how The Maine Downtown Center’s Green Downtowns program strengthens and celebrates the connection between our built and natural environments by promoting design quality, social interaction, energy efficiency and healthy communities.

Learn how this program took root, grew and evolved over its first three years through volunteer leadership and community engagement – and discover what’s next as the Maine Downtown Center launches a statewide citizen’s awareness campaign called “My Green Downtown.”  Participants will be asked to provide direct feedback on campaign materials to help shape the message and the Call to Action!

 RSVP to Patti Foden, Program Coordinator, at 207-767-5352 or for details.

All ENCorps meetings and workshops are free for ENCorps members and their guests.

ENCorps is a program of the University of Maine Center on Aging in partnership with the Maine Community Foundation and with the cooperation of local, state, and national organizations. Initial project funding is provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Aging Initiative and the Atlantic Philanthropies. To learn more about ENCorps or become a member, please visit