Lions support “Night Sight” for LifeFlight of Maine
The Camden Lions Club recently presented LifeFlight of Maine with a donation of $2,000 to help purchase night vision goggles. Lions Club members are dedicated to the ideal of service, be it community service or service to those in need. Helen Keller dubbed Lions Club International the “Knights of the Blind,” so it seemed appropriate that the Camden Lions should make this donation to help give night sight to LifeFlight.
Prouts Neck resident and mountain climber continues to raise money for LifeFlight
Prouts Neck and Connecticut resident Audrey Cadwallader continues to work on behalf of LifeFlight. Earlier this year, she completed another wild adventure, and worked to raise money for LifeFlight along the way. She travelled to Antarctica to ski from the 89th degree latitude to the 90th degree, better known as the South Pole. After an 8-day, frigid trek to the South Pole, she successfully climbed Vinson Massif in the Sentinel mountain range. At 16,050 feet above sea level, it is one of the “7 Summits,” the highest mountain peaks on each of the seven continents.
Third LifeFlight helicopter coming to Maine; will provide critical care to hundreds of additional patients
Maine is about to become a safer place to work, live and play. After three years of fundraising, led by a $3 million gift from Linda Bean’s Maine Lobster family, the people of Maine will soon have a third helicopter. The new aircraft will join LifeFlight’s current fleet of two helicopters, an airplane and dedicated ground ambulances, and will be based in Lewiston at Central Maine Medical Center. The additional resource means quicker emergency response times for critically ill and severely injured patients across the entire state.