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As Portlanders know, Joe spends more time promoting local nonprofits than his own law firm on the Time & Temp. Well, today he's promoting a local non-profit that *promotes* local nonprofits. Get it? The Maine Association of Nonprofits is celebrating Nonprofit Day, an opportunity to shine a spotlight on nonprofits as the essential community infrastructure they are.
MANP's mission is to enrich the quality of community and personal life in Maine by strengthening the leadership, voice, and organizational effectiveness of our state's nonprofits. Every day, Mainers rely on nonprofits to nurture our minds, protect our environment, inform our government, educate our children and drive our economy-all while investing significant financial and human resources throughout the state.
On January 17th, 2019, MANP is hosting Nonprofit Day, a collective day of action to raise awareness for how #NonprofitsWorkforME.
Joe hopes you learn more about MANP and Nonprofit Day here.
Joe is once again spreading the word about The University of Southern Maine’s Veterans Upward Bound program, which serves up to 125 income eligible, first-generation veterans per year from across the state. Of Maine’s 119,058 veterans, 7,954 are low-income and 89,179 do not have a bachelor’s degree and are highly likely to be potential first-generation college students. The Upward Bound program provides assessment and enhancement of basic skills through counseling, mentoring, tutoring and academic instruction in the core subject areas. Veterans may apply to attend the college of their choice. Joe is once again spreading the word about,
TRIO Veterans Upward Bound will provide vital assistance to eligible veterans seeking to become college students, including the resources and support necessary to apply, enroll and succeed in post-secondary education. College-bound veterans will receive tailored support, academic tutoring, advising, preparation for college entrance exams, information on federal student financial aid programs, assistance in completing financial aid applications, guidance on entry into post-secondary education, educational and counseling services to improve financial and economic literacy, and intensive basic academic skills development; as well as general college readiness, study skills, career development, and personal and leadership growth.
Joe offers his thanks to the good folks at USM for offering this assistance to those men and women who bravely serve our country. Please learn more about this important program here.
Joe is once again promoting South Portland's very own Lyric Music Theater, whose current production is Irving Berlin's White Christmas. A Christmas card comes to life with this story of a song-and-dance-team putting on a show in a magical Vermont inn and falling for a stunning sister act in the process. White Christmas is full of dancing, laughter, and some of the greatest songs ever written! Give everyone the gift they're dreaming of with this merry and bright holiday musical!
Founded in 1952, Lyric Music Theater is community theater at its finest. The purpose and mission of this wonderful organization is is to foster and develop interest in the theater in the Greater Portland Area, particularly as applied to music and drama, and to provide a medium for the expression of such interest. The White Christmas production will be running from November 30th to December 16th- Joe hopes you get a chance to check it out!
Learn more about the Lyric Music Theater here.
The Law Offices of Joe Bornstein, your favorite personal injury and social security disability attorneys serving the entire great state of Maine, created this website so that the people of Portland can finally figure out what Joe is trying to say with those cryptic messages up on the Time & Temperature Building. Whether it's a local non-profit looking for exposure, a small local business hoping to get the word out (and willing to support a local non-profit in the process), a favorite baseball team wining the World Series, a pain-in-the-you-know-what parking ban, or just a righteous cause that Joe believes in, the Time/Temp speaks to the city of Portland from its perch atop the city. Be sure to click "Load More Posts" at the bottom of this page to see all the messages that have been up on the Time/Temp! If you've ever found yourself or someone else asking what Joe is trying to say up there, then be sure to tell your friends, www.PortlandTimeTemp.com is the place to find out. And don't forget- if you've been injured and deserve justice, Call Joe.
Also, be sure to check out the non-profits page to see all the organizations that Joe has featured on the Time & Temp Building!
Once again Joe is spreading the gospel about the Center for Grieving Children, a Portland-based organization that serves more than 4,000 grieving children, teens, families, and young adults annually through peer support, outreach, and education. Since its founding in 1987, the Center for Grieving Children has served more than 66,000 children, teens, and their families.
One of Joe's favorite local radio stations, WCYY, is lending a hand to the CGC with another year of the Mark-a-thon. When you donate to the Center for Grieving Children, DJ Mark will play ANY song, ANY style by ANY artist. Listen all week, around the clock on 94.3 WCYY!
Joe offers his thanks to the folks at the Center for Grieving Children for the amazing work they do, and also sends his thanks WCYY for helping a great cause. Find more about the Center for Grieving Children here, and more about this campaign here.
This weekend Joe's spreading the word about The Maine Youth Rock Orchestra, an organization that's redefining music education for students of all backgrounds and demographics through collaboration with national artists, creating transformational experiences. Students who participate in MYRO ensembles are able to express their individuality through a classical skill set, while performing concerts with nationally-recognized artists that reinforce their love for alternative genres from classical. MYRO participants currently reside in southern and central Maine, representing at least 17 schools and 10 districts. Rehearsing once a week, MYRO brings together a community of individuals that share their love for all genres of music and the passion to perform in concerts, demonstrating what it is like to be a rock star orchestral musician at an early age.
This Sunday, December 2nd, the Boston-based chamber ensemble Palaver Strings and MYRO join together for an unforgettable collaboration with pianist Ben Cosgrove, who is hailed as “electric and exhilarating.” The event will be held at Brick South on Thompson's Point in Portland, and Joe is sure it will be inspiring.
A time to be with family and reflect on all of the blessings in life, Thanksgiving has always been one of Joe's favorite holidays. Joe hopes that you were able to spend the holiday in the company of loved ones, and wishes you a happy and safe holiday season.