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"Read this article from The New York Times, January 29, 2017. See how The McLellan is ahead of the curve in providing a new alternative in a downtown living experience! Share with me your insights on how we can continue to live not...

Communities throughout Maine, the oldest state in the nation, are facing the growing challenge of caring for aging populations. Mainers also possess a can-do spirit and take pride in caring for their own. As a critical care nurse for over 30 years, Amy McLellan witnessed...

“I am feeling so happy. It’s very emotional. It’s very, very emotional. It really and truly is. God is so good.”Marcy Brenner, a Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) coordinator at All Saints Parish in Brunswick, choked back tears as she watched dozens of volunteers...

[caption id="attachment_361" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo supplied by Fr. Eugen Nkardzedze[/caption] One morning I walked into the office and Ann showed me these pictures that Fr. Eugen had sent her. They were pictures of these beautiful African children who were filled with joy and God’s love. You...

BRUNSWICK Open ceilings, walls and exposed wiring make the interior of the former Skofield House unrecognizable as it transitions into The McLellan, an assisted living community in the heart of downtown. [caption id="attachment_376" align="alignleft" width="250"] AMY MCLELLAN stands in front of the “hard hat required” sign posted...

BRUNSWICK — Plans for a new assisted-living facility at the former Skolfield House on Cumberland Street received final approval from the Planning Board Tuesday night. Brunswick resident Amy McLellan can now begin remodeling the building, which has been vacant since October, into what she and contractor Dick...