News and Events
Carl Pendleton, Sweetser’s long-serving president and CEO has announced his intention to retire on December 31, 2014. Pendleton has served at Sweetser for 36 years, in various capacities, and as president and CEO since 1991. In that time, he has overseen the expansion of services to include... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Sweetser's Crisis Services Profiled on MPBN
Sweetser's Director of Crisis Services, Leslie Mulhearn, was a guest on the MPBN show Maine Calling recently, to discuss... more
- Sweetser Job Fair in Brunswick on January 23
Sweetser is hosting a job fair in Brunswick at 329 Bath Road on January 23, from 4:00-7:00pm. Qualified candidates may... more
- Sweetser Receives $2500 Grant from Rines/Thompson Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
Saco, ME – Sweetser has recently received a $2500 grant from the Rines/Thompson Fund of the Maine Community Foundation, to... more
- Cider Pressing at The School at Sweetser in Saco
Students at The School in Saco have been busy recently, making apple cider! The students collected apples from trees around... more
- Don't Miss Flatbread Charity Night to Benefit Sweetser - Nov. 12
Sweetser employees, friends and families are invited to Flatbread Company of Portland (72 Commercial Street) on Tuesday,... more
Each year, Sweetser presents special events designed to appeal to a variety of audiences and supporters. Learn more about our Fundraising & Special Events.
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