Central Lincoln County YMCA and Lincoln County Television Team Up to Produce “Stories from the Pandemic”.
The new 40-minute show featuring members of the Lincoln County community airs Saturday, September 4 at 7 p.m. on Spectrum / Tidewater 7 and LCTV.org, with stories of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination programs.
“A healthy lifestyle and social responsibility are at the heart of our Y mission, so we think it’s important to do our part to educate the community about the COVID-19 vaccine. We love to educate through stories and everyone has a pandemic story to share, with this show we are capturing a few, ”said Casey Clark Kelley, CEO of the Lincoln Central County YMCA.
This show features the educational enrichment staff of the CLC YMCA Newcastle: Sophie Schumacher, Caitlin Betts and Mason Bull; the Jefferson Family Jennifer Kopp, Samantha Kopp and Abby Kopp; and Roman Mank from Bremen.
“As a public access station, Lincoln County Television’s mission is to help strengthen our community ties by broadcasting city meetings, cultural events, community programs, educational programming and youth sports. We are proud to be associated with these COVID-19 broadcasts, ”said Larry Sidelinger, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lincoln County Television.
For more information on the free COVID-19 vaccination in Maine, please visit maine.gov/covid19/vaccines or call 1-888-445-4111, Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Call 1-855-608-5172 to book a ride at least 48 hours before your appointment.
“Stories from the Pandemic” is a collaboration between CLC YMCA and Lincoln County Television, made possible by a grant from the YMCA of the United States.
The show will air several times on Spectrum / Tidewater 7 over the next few months to allow more people to see it. After its premiere on September 4, the show will be available on demand on LCTV.org.
For more information on any of the Y’s events, visit clcymca.org.
Follow LCTV on Facebook and Instagram and LCTV.org.