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Trunk or Treat for the Tree of Life 2019

Trunk or Treat for the Tree of Life 2019

Girl Scout Troop 251’s 4th Annual Trunk-or-Treat! Who: Anyone! When: Sunday, October 27, 2-3pm Where: Blue Hill Consolidated School parking lot What: The price of admission is at least 1 non-perishable item per trunk-or-treater for Tree of . . . read more »

Fashion Event Raises $4,500 for Food

Julie Jo Ferhle and Tree of Life Fashion Show

by Shiloh Eaton Originally published in The Weekly Packet, April 5, 2018 With its wide open space and high ceilings, the glass greenhouse at Mainescape was transformed into a runway-style fashion show March 30. The event, organized . . . read more »

Fashion Show to Benefit Food Pantry

Blue Hill residents Julie Fehrle, a set designer, and Max Rhine, a Harbor School freshman, scout fashions from the TurnStyle Thrift Shop for their fashion show. The show, which will be held Thursday, March 29, at 6:30 p.m. at Mainescape Garden Center on South Street, will benefit the Tree of Life Food Pantry. PHOTO BY JENNIFER OSBORN

  By Jennifer Osborn originally published in the Ellsworth American, March 16, 2018 BLUE HILL — Two of Blue Hill’s most creative denizens are producing a fashion show at the Mainescape Garden Center greenhouse on Thursday, March . . . read more »

Oddfellows donate potatoes to Tree of Life

From WABI.  View Video. BLUE HILL, Maine (WABI) – “These potatoes that we’re getting now will probably last us in distribution through February, which means that’s less money that we have to spend for potatoes, and we . . . read more »

Tree of Life seeks donations to buy produce

From the Ellsworth American, April 7, 2017 BLUE HILL — Last year the Tree of Life Food Pantry distributed 12,000 pounds of fresh produce to hungry families. The fresh food was purchased from Good Shepherd Food Bank . . . read more »

Cash Mob raises money for TOL

Loyal Turnstyle customers organized a Cash Mob for Tuesday January 17, 2017 to support the Tree of Life after the thrift shop was broken into on the 12th.  Traffic was high with lots of people dropping off . . . read more »

Tree of Life Break In Makes the News

On January 12, 2017 the Turnstyle was broken into– locks were broken and money and keys were stolen from the cash drawer. The burglary made the evening news.

Hunger in Hancock County

Hunger in Hancock County By Judith Hilliker, Tree of Life Pantry Board President published in the letters section of the Daily Packet A recent Feeding America study found that 15.6 percent of the people living in Hancock . . . read more »

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    Tree of Life Food Pantry
    Phone: 374-2900
    Thursdays: 9am-3pm

    TurnStyle Thrift Shop
    Phone: 374-9181
    Tuesday: 10am – 3pm
    Thursday: 10am – 5pm
    Saturday: 10am – 3pm

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