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We Have Moved!

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We are pleased to announce that our office relocated to the following address on May 1, 2013:

104 Main Street
Ellsworth, Maine 04605

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2012 Shriver Award Winner - Florence Reed

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By Sarah Kana on Monday, July 16th, 2012
* cross-posted from the National Peace Corps Association website

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Welcome to SHI's Harvest Blog!

Welcome to the Harvest Blog!

We decided to launch the Harvest Blog in order to give a voice to the many great staff and volunteers working with SHI. Look forward to timely posts from our field program, Smaller World volunteers, business and community partners and others!

If you are looking for email updates, newsletter posts, press releases and more, visit our News Articles page.

Contact us if you are interested in being a guest blogger!

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