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|Statement from Angel Flight Northeast|
|Published Saturday, May 25, 2013|
|Angel Flight Northeast (AFNE) is assisting authorities in Fulton County, NY as it investigates a plane crash that occurred early this evening. AFNE was notified at 5:45 p.m. by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in Nashua, NH that the FAA had lost contact with an Angel Flight traveling from Bedford, MA to Rome, NY. At approximately 6:30 p.m., More>>|
|Maine Aroostook County American Legion Posts Join Force for a Meaningful Cause|
|Published Tuesday, April 30, 2013|
|Maine Aroostook County American Legion Posts Join Force for a Meaningful Cause
Within Aroostook County located in Northern Maine, the American Legion Posts from the 16th and 17th districts have joined forces through various fundraisers and activities to raise over $14,000 and awareness for Angel Flight Northeast (AFNE), a nonprofit organization that More>>|
|Canton doc to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro for sick patients|
|Published Monday, April 22, 2013|
|As the chief of medical oncology and hematology at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Dr. Karim Malek knows firsthand how precious and fragile life can be.
It’s the reason that he follows his passions and is constantly seeking out new adventures, whether it be learning to fly an airplane or scuba diving with sharks — or scaling tall mountains, as he plans to do this summer as part of his next transnational excursion.
|Wayland resident offers hope through Angel Flight|
|Published Sunday, April 21, 2013|
|WAYLAND — On wings of hope, Angel Flight Northeast flies thousands of flights each year allowing patients to access medical treatments that are often out-of-state and financial reach – for free. One of their pilots, Charles Tillett of Wayland, is a feather among those wings. Since 2002, Tillett has channeled his passion for flying into 56 missions for Angel Flight. Many of his passengers live in remote areas far from specialized medical care. Others are seeking treatments not available near their homes.
|SIS Bank Corporators choose local charities|
|Published Friday, April 19, 2013|
|SANFORD, Maine — SIS Bank held its Annual Corporators Meeting in March, and three Corporators were chosen at random to select a charity to receive a $1,000 donation. David Ouellette selected the Sanford Food Pantry as his charity of choice, Allen Moulton designated Angel Flight Northeast and Patrice Aprile selected Goodall Hospital.
|Angel Flight NE & Mercy Medical Airlift Join Forces to Assist Boston Marathon Victims and Family Members|
|Published Thursday, April 18, 2013|
|NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. and VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., April 18, 2013 -- Boston-based Angel Flight NE & Mercy Medical Airlift (MMA), both non-profit organizations that provide access to specialized medical care for patients in need and compassionate air transportation to family members, today announced they have joined forces to provide free air and ground transportation for those injured in the Boston Marathon explosions and the same for their families to be with them in their time of need.
|“The Art of Transport” opens at Pierce Ball Gallery May 31st|
|Published Monday, April 15, 2013|
|It has long been known that a work of art can transport the viewer to another place or time, transforming the act of viewing into a total experience. Each viewer engages with the art in their own personal way. The upcoming show “The Art of Transport”, at the Pierce Ball Gallery in Stamford, CT, brings this experience together the works of 2 painters – aviation artist David Gorski, and automotive artist Ken Scaglia. “I have always been fascinated with the reaction to works of art by viewers. These 2 painters provide incredible depth of content within each painting, making them a rich experience to viewers. Each piece can literally ‘transport’ the viewers into their own story.” said Elizabeth P. Ball, Director of the Pierce Ball Gallery.
|Reading’s Camerlin helps transport the sick|
|Published Wednesday, March 6, 2013|
|The Middlesex East published a wonderful piece that was published in the March 6, 2013 edition. "Over the past six or so years, the economy has affected everyone from business owners to the average citizen to even entire communities. But the groups most affected have been non-profit organizations that depend entirely on outside money from donations and fundraising. One such group that has been hit hard is Angel Flight Northeast."
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