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Capitol Western Chapter Food Drive

CAPITOL WESTERN CHAPTER
Kick off Summer
Fighting Hunger
to benefit the Augusta Food Bank
June 22 to July 22, 2023
MSEA-SEIU Capitol Western Chapter members are
collecting non-perishable food.
All non-perishable items accepted.
Most wanted items include peanut butter, canned
fruit, canned baked beans, and jams and jellies.
Drop-off locations and contacts:
41 Anthony Ave (Dave Projansky & Mark Brunton)
35 Anthony Ave (Kevin Russell & Pam Davis)
2 Anthony Ave (Kevin Russell)
109 Capitol St. (Paula Casoria & Cindy Oakes)
422 Civic Center Dr. (Jayne Tracy)

New Steward Training

MSEA Headquarters 5 Community Drive, 3rd Floor, Augusta, ME, United States

Capitol Western Member Appreciation Day

To all Capitol Western Chapter Members:
Baseball season is here, so come out and support our Portland Sea Dogs! The Capitol Western Chapter has 50 tickets to the Sunday August 13th Portland Seadogs game vs. the Hartford Yard Goats. Tickets are Box Seats in Section 113. Game time is 1:00 PM; and the gates open at 11:30 AM.

Chapter members can purchase up to 4 tickets on a first come first serve basis. Tickets are $6.00 each.

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