National Night Out

Casco Bay CAN supports local law enforcement during National Night Out!

National Night Out 2016

Local residents support Casco Bay CAN!

Hendricus Lulofs, Gray resident, and Andy Pohl, New Gloucester resident, show their support of Casco Bay CAN by sponsoring a hole at a local golf fundraiser! Thank you for bringing positive awareness to our community!


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Casco Bay CAN Positive Ticket Program

The Cumberland Police Department writes, “Meet Daniel! Daniel was out with his (very proud) Mom for a bike ride, when he was spotted by Chief Rumsey. The Chief stopped to chat with Daniel and his Mom, and gave Daniel a Positive Ticket (with a gift certificate) for making healthy choices by going for a nice bike ride, wearing his helmet and observing safe riding habits! We’re out working to “catch kids doing right!” Have an amazing day.”

Thank you to the Cumberland Police Department and the Food Stop in Cumberland for supporting our Positive Ticket program!

Positive ticket with Chief Rumsey

July 2016 Tip of the Month

Youth are 50% less likely to use drugs and alcohol when their parents talk to them regularly about the risks.

Tip of the Month July 2016 for website

Gray-New Gloucester High School Students Participate in Project Sticker Shock

Gray-New Gloucester High School students, New Gloucester Village Store Owner and Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office highlighted in Keep Me Current for Project Sticker Shock! See the article here.



Safe Graduation Tips!

Casco Bay CAN (Create Awareness Now) would like everyone to have a safe and fun graduation. This is special time to celebrate and below we have provided a few tips to make sure teens and young adults are safely celebrating.
• Talk to the parents of your teens’ friends to confirm plans for after graduation and exchange phone numbers
• Have your teen check in at different times
• Make sure that you know the address where your teen will be
• Let your teen know that colleges can take away what they have offered- Illegal behavior could lead to a loss in scholarship funds or acceptance to a college
• Consider hosting an after graduation party that is substance-free and ask other responsible adults to help host the party

Casco Bay CAN featured!

Casco Bay CAN was recently featured in the National Association of Counties (NAC0) Newsletter!

New Gloucester Project Sticker Shock

Youth, Law Enforcement and New Gloucester businesses participated in Project Sticker Shock yesterday. Thank you to everyone that made yesterday a success! Shown below: Gray-New Gloucester High School students, Sgt. Marc Marion, School Recource Officer Patrick Ferriter and New Gloucester Village Store Owner Sam Coggeshall

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