SKOWHEGAN — Skowhegan restaurants and grocery stores provided food for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program’s community meetings this year. They include: Antonio’s Pizza, Kel-Mat Café, Subway, Hannaford and George’s Banana Stand. The Skowhegan MacDonald’s Restaurant donated gift certificates for two meetings during which Marti Steven’s Learning Center students reviewed new class material.

The program also had financial support from business foundations including the Rite Aid Foundation, Plum Creek and Ronald MacDonald Charities of Maine. Skowhegan Rotary, Skowhegan Chamber of Commerce and Franklin Savings Bank donated funds for classroom materials this past year.

This year the program taught its class to more than 300 teens in high schools throughout Somerset County.

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