Dressing down benefits Union’s Aging in Place

by | Jul 25, 2023

First National Bank’s Jake Miller, Town of Union’s Jay Feyler and First National Bank’s Samantha Glaude present a check for $586.52 to Union’s Aging in Place with its Casual for a Cause program.

UNION, ME – Employees of First National Bank recently raised $586.52 for Union’s Aging in Place with its Casual for a Cause program. Employees make a contribution to a nominated non-profit organization in exchange for dressing casually on Fridays for one month.

The mission of the Aging in Place committee is the ability to stay in your home safely as you age. Union is a community that helps meet the changing needs of its aging residents by connecting them with services and support that allows them to stay in their own homes. The committee has organized and put on luncheons for seniors which provided socialization and for the distribution of information of helpful resources. This committee continues to work on keeping resources current with frequent updates to a Community Resource Guide.

To join or learn more about the Union Aging in Place committee please contact Town Manager, Jay Feyler at the Union Town Office at 207-785-3658 or by email at [email protected].

First National Bank, a subsidary of The First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FNLC) is an independent community bank with 18 offices in Lincoln, Knox, Waldo, Hancock, Washington and Penobscot Counties.  For more information about First National Bank, please call 1-800-564-3195 or visit www.thefirst.com