Charitable, fraternal and religious services
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 129 Rumford Ave., Rumford, 369-9760, along with the Women’s Auxiliary, raise money for charitable causes. FMI, visit
Freemasonry (or Masonry) is a fraternity which encourages its members to practice the faith of their personal acceptance. Masonry teaches that each person, through self-improvement and helping others, has an obligation to make a difference for good in the world. FMI, visit
Blueberry Mountain Bible Camp & Conference Center, Weld, 585-2410,, exists to train believers to use biblical principles in daily living; to serve the Christian community by providing a wholesome, relaxing environment for spiritual growth and Christian fellowship.
Church of the Good Shepherd Food Bank, Rangeley, 864-3394, in the basement of the Rangeley Congregational Church.
Clearwater Ministry Food Pantry, 6 Chick Road, Industry, 778-4523
Knights of Columbus, The heart of the Knights of Columbus organization is the individual member. In the spirit of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism, he joins with his brothers at the local level. Together, these men serve their church, their community, local families, the youth of the area and their council. To find a Council near you, visit
Mission at the Eastward, Farmington, 778-4705, cooperates as a parish of congregations and ministries located in West Central Maine which work together to ensure that the most rural churches can function. Has summer camp and retreat programs. FMI, visit
Oxford Hills Food Pantry, Christ Episcopal Church, 16 Green Street, Norway, 743-6782.
Tri-Town Ministerial Association and Food Bank, Eaton United Methodist Church, Livermore Falls, 897-3063, connects individuals and families to suitable resources and services in an effort to stabilize critical need and develop long term independence, personal and spiritual growth in Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls Maine.

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