Limestone Development Foundation in

Limestone, ME   |  http://www.limestonemaine.org

Mission

The LDF exists to foster, encourage, and assist the settlement or resettlement of businesses within the greater Limestone area. This is achieved through the identification, pursuit, and acquisition of sources of funding for the general economic development of the area. This will lead to the improvement of town properties and the promotion of the area in general.

Ruling year info

1981

President

Michelle M Albert

Vice President

Jo-Ellen Kelley

Main address

93 Main St

Limestone, ME 04750 USA

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EIN

01-0364617

NTEE code info

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

IRS filing requirement

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AARP Age Friendly

AARP Livable Communities supports the efforts of neighborhoods, towns, cities and rural areas to be great places for people of all ages. We believe that communities should provide safe, walkable streets; age-friendly housing and transportation options; access to needed services; and opportunities for residents of all ages to participate in community life.
LDF became a part of this in 2018 working together with on of the local churches to provide free meals and provide free wood for the community as well as computer trainings at the local library.

Population(s) Served
Older adults
Seniors
Young adults

The park was developed in the early 70's and to this date most of the equipment is the original. The past few years the town insurance has stated that different pieces need to be removed for safety reasons. Several organizations over the years work hard to make changes or revitalize our community but due to lack of funding and volunteers most projects do not come to completion. In 2019 one of the local residents also a Rotarian stated - "Why don't we all work together to set a goal and work to complete it?" With that said, I decided that he was right and knowing that our community park was in desperate need to be upgraded, I pitched the idea to our local recreation department and together we are working on making this happen. Our project includes a park for all ages to enjoy from young to old in hopes this will bring more movement of bringing the community together. Help each other, learn from each other, get out and get moving for better health. We were hoping to have this completed by summer 2021 but due to Covid and not able to host several planned fundraisers we are now relying on grants and donators to hopefully complete this project summer of 2022.

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Family relationships

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For 2022 our goal is to complete the Albert Michaud Park Project, additional grant writing, update the town website and continue with annual events that are hosted by the organization. The volunteer board meets monthly and continue to stive and work towards maintaining annual events, community growth, and reaching our goals for the year.

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Board of directors
as of 02/22/2022
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Board co-chair

Michelle Albert


Board co-chair

Jo-Ellen Kelley

Karralena Castaway

Secretary

Mary Amuzzini

Treasurer

Jim Pelkey

Town Selectboard

Sharon Berz

3 Year term

Greg Ward

3 Year Term

Lisa Cantafio

2 year term

Nancy Ward

2 year term

Tracie Helstrom

2 year term

Carol Castle

1 year term

Joyce Day

1 year term

Valerie O'Neal

1 year term

Cheryl Stratton

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Organizational demographics

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