The Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) Auxiliary will host its third annual plant and bake sale on Thursday, June 14 (Raindate: Friday, June 15) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The main entrance to SMMC will be converted into a flower garden for the community to purchase annuals and perennials at a great price. Delicious home-baked goods will also be on sale, with all proceeds benefiting the SMMC Auxiliary.
All the clippings and plants were donated by individuals and local organizations. Thanks to the following companies who contributed: Artistry in Bloom, Blooms and Heirlooms, Down East Flowers and Gifts, Estabrook’s, Flaherty's Family Farm, Hannaford, Home Depot, Shaw’s, Snell's Family Farm, and The Greener Side. If you are interested in donating any annuals or perennials from your garden to be sold at this fundraiser, please call Auxilian Doris Buonomo at 286-9667.
About Southern Maine Medical Center
Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) is a national award-winning healthcare system including a medical center offering excellent clinical care and a multi-specialty physician services group. SMMC features one of Maine's leading Emergency Care centers as well as a full range of inpatient and outpatient services at its 150-bed acute care medical center. Non-emergency care is available without an appointment seven days a week at SMMC’s Walk-In Care center in Saco. SMMC's physician services offer high quality medical care through offices located in Biddeford, Kennebunk, Old Orchard Beach, and Saco and a wide array of outpatient services at its diagnostic and therapy centers in Saco, Kennebunk, and Biddeford. SMMC is Joint Commission accredited, state-licensed, and is a member of the MaineHealth system. To learn more visit www.smmc.org.
About SMMC Auxiliary
The SMMC Auxiliary has been an integral part of the hospital family since 1907, raising and donating over $2 million to SMMC for more than 100 years. This dynamic group helps people across York County through their support of many important patient care programs and services that would otherwise not receive funding, such as massage therapy for cancer patients.