Canine Behavior Counseling – Replay

Saturday, August 12, 2017 @ 9am

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CBCJudy Moore
Canine Behavior Counseling

Five Things You Should Never Do to a Puppy.

Judy Moore is the owner of Canine Behavior Counseling, LLC.  She is the only Associate Certified Dog Behavior Consultant in the greater Portland, Maine area (ACDBC).  Judy is also a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA) and an AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator along with an AKC STAR Puppy Instructor. Judy is also the Head Trainer for the Portland Maine Chapter, Pets for Vets Program. Judy specializes in individual private behavior modification sessions and teaches reward based training classes in Falmouth Maine. She is recommended by more than 25 veterinarians, and has volunteered countless hours to many rescue groups in the area.  She has been training dogs professionally for over 8 years and can be found listed as a Professional member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, the Society for the Promotion of Applied Research in Canine Science as well as the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.

JMooreI am truly fortunate that I discovered a career, as a Certified Dog Trainer, using positive reinforcement techniques, which reduces stress on your dog while training them. I have learned over the years that I am able to relate well with both people and animals, and it has become my mission to share that skill in bettering the lives of both.

My animal-loving and training background began as a child growing up on a small Quarter Horse Farm in Cincinnati, Ohio. As the seventh child of eight my beloved parents, Martha and Fran Rapp demonstrated unconditional love for unwanted pets. I was surrounded and cared for by all sorts of animals. But, growing up on a horse farm meant the primary work was in caring for the horses. I not only cared for registered Quarter Horses, I trained them using Natural Horsemanship methods and competed at the highest levels in AQHA shows and competitions throughout the country for over 20 years. Of course, dogs were always at my side and I volunteered time supporting my mother’s efforts at the local Animal Shelter, where she was President. The “problem” dogs that were otherwise hard to find homes for found their way to our house. That’s how I recognized my gift for training dogs, developed my understanding of their behavior, and reapplied the approach of positive reinforcement I utilized effectively raising and training horses.

Judy Moore 1Understanding and relating well to animals is only half the equation! I also work well with people, and have made a “second” career as a school teacher, State D licensed soccer coach, and mom to my three children — who are also growing up too fast, but fortunately have the same love of animals that I do!

Canine Behavior Counseling is now my full-time “passion” outside of my home life. Not only do I train problem dogs and work with their owners to find that “joyful balance” in the relationship between the two, I also volunteer support to the Animal Refuge League, foster neglected and/or abused dogs, and volunteer the services of “Annie”, a dog I adopted and trained as a registered Therapy dog, at a local retirement home. I still train horses — but only as a hobby!

I’m busy, and I absolutely love what I do! If you have a “problem” dog, or simply want to understand your dog’s needs and want to improve the relationship you have with your dog, contact me, as I welcome the opportunity to help. There is nothing that gives me greater joy!”

Walk for Suicide Prevention 2017

Saturday, August 5, 2017 @9am

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MarjorieMargie Johnston
Maine Community Walk

Fund Raisers to Benefit Walk:

  1. Aug 16 Elsmere’s Barbecue
    Cottage Road South Portland, Me
    A portion of proceeds go toward walk.

2. Aug 28 Tesas Roadhouse
Scarborough, Me
A portion of proceeds go toward walk.

3. Aug 30 Bob Marley Comedy Night
St. Lawrence Center for Arts
Congress St., Portland, Me
All proceeds go toward walk.

Annual Walk Details:
Walk Date: 09/24/2017
Walk Location: Portland, Maine
Memorial Thompson’s Point

Check-in/Registration Time: 09/13/2015 at 11am
Walk Begins: 12pm
Walk Ends: 4pm

For more information, please contact:
Contact Name: Margie Johnston
Contact Phone: 207-883-0932
Contact Email:

Dogfish – Replay

Saturday, August 5, 2017 @ 9am

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Jen Levin
Jen Levin
Sustainable Seafood Program Manager
Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Jen Levin started with GMRI in early 2009 as manager of the new Sustainable Seafood Program, which was established to catalyze and support the evolution of economically and ecologically sustainable fisheries in New England through the creation of market incentives. Working with all parts of the supply chain, from fishermen to processors to retailers, Jens focus is on discovering chain-of-custody and certification systems that enable and motivate the sustainable seafood marketplace.

With a career focus on sustainable use of renewable resources, Jen is driven by the fundamental belief that good environmental and business practices go hand in hand. Jen has previous experience promoting hunting and trapping and advocating sustainable forestry initiatives. Through her work at the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, Jen gained an appreciation of the complexity of New England fisheries and seafood supply chains. Jen gained experience with a national cooperative marketing campaign, managing the market research and education programs for the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation.

Jen earned her undergraduate degree in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern Maine.

Concerts in the Park August 3, 2017

Saturday, July 29, 2017 @ 9am

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Art Dillon
Concerts in the
Park Series

Concerts in the Park July 27, 2017

Saturday, July 22, 2017 @ 9am

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Art Dillon
Concerts in the
Park Series

Lois’ Marketplace

Saturday, July 22, 2017 @ 9am

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Dan and Lois Porta,

Lois’ Marketplace

Lois’ Natural Marketplace is a locally owned organic and natural products marketplace  in Scarborough, Maine. It offers an eco friendly and exciting natural foods shopping experience.

Opened in 1993, Lois’ Natural Marketplace is now  celebrating its 18th year of serving  Scarborough, as well as the greater Portland, Maine region.

The Marketplace enjoys a loyal following of local residents and summer visitors to the coast of Maine. Lois’ Marketplace has a national reputation with its customers and within the network of natural foods stores across the country. Lois’ is often first to bring new products to the public; several national brands of natural foods started out on the shelves of Lois’.

Lois’ Natural Marketplace offers hundreds of local and regional products, as well as other organic and top quality foods from around the world. Farm to market at Lois’ often means that the produce being delivered at the back door was picked that morning! Year round selection of seasonal and regional favorites from local Maine farms.

The owners are actively involved with the Marketplace. They bring over thirty years of passion for eating organically grown foods within a holistic diet. Their background in organic foods is rooted in the co-operative natural food movement of the 1970’s. They personally source many of the products in the store and recipes used in the award winning cafe-deli are family favorites.

Their mission for bringing organic foods to the local community has taken them to organic vineyards in Italy and Spain; the Costa Rican mountains to visit an organic ginger and turmeric farm as well as organic vineyards and farms back home in Maine. They have personally inspected facilities around the country for products that bear the Lois’ brand name.