Star Wars (TM) and The Portland Pirates

The Portland Pirates hosted the Providence Bruins Saturday, December 12th at 7:00 pm. In honor of the next chapter of the much loved  Star Wars franchise release in December, the Pirates honored original jerseys that  sport a Stormtrooper design from the much loved movie. During the evening, there were family friendly events, 50/50 raffles, and even an action at then end of the evening to have the Star Wars Jerseys go to the highest bidder. That evening, all proceeds on these events were donated to Special Olympics Maine. Type your paragraph here.

Lobster Dip 2016

This years event brought cold temperatures and a large crowd to Old Orchard Beach on New Years Day with over 300 participants all arriving with their pledge money for donation to Special Olympics Maine. 

Boothbay Charities Classic


Founded: 1990

Chair: Tony Krason

Co-Chair: Brenda Blackman

What We’re Doing.

Boothbay Charities Classic is  made up strictly of volunteers that work year round to create an annual fun filled weekend event of sports memorabilia, well-known Hall of Fame celebrities, and 18 holes of the wonderful game of golf, with all proceeds donated to Special Olympics of Maine.

BCC volunteers participate in events to raise funds and support for Special Olympics Maine year round! These dedicated hard working individuals give their all to support this wonderful organization and the amazing, fun filled events that take place throughout the year in different regions of the state. Last year, over $60,000 was donated to Special Olympics Maine from the Boothbay Charities Classic event. With your help and support, we can all make this the best year yet!

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Our Volunteers.

"I have been involved for 19 of the 25 years on different levels & have come to a place where my involvement is also Volunteering at both the Maine Summer & Winters Special Olympics. Love these Athletes, it makes me want to work harder. They enrich my life. Thanks to the Boothbay Charities Classic we help to enrich their lives."
​                  ~Bonnie Erskine, Committee Member

BCC Committee in the Community-