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200 Sanford Road • Wells, ME 04090 • (207) 646-4565 • Fax: (207) 646-4596

News & Events

Connecting with Our Community

This news page has been developed as a community service to act as a “bulletin board” for our fellow community non-profit organizations. We want to get the word out on their upcoming events and any other information they want to share that would be of interest to our Wells/Ogunquit community members. Organizations interested in posting information can call Cheryl Dearman Mills at 646-4565 or email

To find out what’s going on in the organization, you can click on the "Topic link" below for specific information on an event or you can click on the organization's name for a link to their website to find out more general information about the organization.

Southern Maine Volunteer Beach Profile Monitoring Program

Topic:  Volunteers Needed


Posted by Nancy Geneseo  on March 26, 2014

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Posted by Cheryl Mills  on February 10, 2012 | Read more in: News and Events

College Support Opportunity for TANF Recipients

Do you receive TANF benefits?

Do you want to get a college degree?

Parents as Scholars

May be for YOU!

Parents as Scholars (PaS) can help with:

  •  A monthly cash benefit
  •  Child care
  •  Transportation reimbursement
  •  Books
  • Car repairs
  •  Other services

Parents in PaS may be eligible for federal PELL grants to cover some, if not all, of their tuition costs. However, PaS may also be able to help.

Talk to your ASPIRE worker

about PaS today!

This is what two past participants in Parents as Scholars (PaS)

have to say about the program:

“My two sons respect me for working so hard to go to college. They’ve gained renewed interest in their own school work as education has become a higher priority in our household. And I know that they are more likely to pursue their own college educations now.”

- 2009 PaS graduate

“I grew up in poverty and dropped out of high school at 16. I had a son at 17 and left an abusive marriage at 22. When I first started school I suffered through major social anxiety and depression. I felt like I just wasn’t smart enough. Now I’ve overcome my fears. I was named an outstanding senior when I graduated from the University of Southern Maine. Thanks to the Parents as Scholars program I now receive good pay and benefits and no longer must rely on services from the state.”

- 2006 PaS graduate

For More Information, Please Contact Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education at 207-646-4565 or Maine Equal Justice at 1-866-626-7059 or visit


Posted by Cheryl Mills  on February 6, 2012

WOACE Gift Certificates

Are you stumped on what to get someone for that special occasion? Don't know their favorite color, size or even what they like?  Stop worrying - give them the gift that keeps on giving - a learning opportunity with WOACE.

Gift certificates are available in any amount or can specify a course. Our Winter/Spring 2014 brochure will be coming out in early January for classes running from January through May. That special person can choose the course(s) they always wanted to take, or try one of our new courses.

To order your gift certificate today, you can call 646-4565, email or use the Contact Us link on the website


Posted by Nancy Geneseo  on January 3, 2012

York County CareerCenter

The York County CareerCenter in Springvale is part of the statewide CareerCenter network that provides a variety of employment and training services at no charge for Maine workers and businesses. Please visit their website ( for a complete listing of services such as the following regularly recurring workshops at the Springvale CareerCenter:

GATEways to Employment

Constructing Your Resume

"Make Your Money Work For You"

 Interview With Confidence





Posted by Nancy Geneseo  on September 1, 2011

Prevent Class Cancellations!

Registered in a class and not sure if it's going to run due to low enrollment?

Give us a call to see how many registrations are needed and then go to work!  Talk it up to friends; co-workers; relatives; other members of a group you belong to. You can make a difference and avoid your own disappointment and others' when a class you really wanted to take gets cancelled.

If you and a group of your friends have an interest in a class you've seen in our brochure with a timeframe that doesn't work out, let us know of your interest and we will let you know if it is possible to create a new class and explain what it will take to do it.


  • A minimum number of participants is required for all classes


  • The decision to cancel a class must be made 2 business days before it starts (unless noted otherwise). If the minimum number hasn't been met - we have no choice but to cancel.




Posted by Nancy Geneseo  on May 3, 2010 | Read more in: News


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