Join us on Thursday, August 17, for
Fleet Feet Sports Endless Summer 5-Miler!
All proceeds benefit the Center.
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Sue Calhoun is the Frontline Coordinator for the Center for Grieving Children. She is the first point of contact for families seeking to access the Center’s services. Sue manages administrative and event volunteers, and ensures effective communication with all center volunteers. Sue has lived in Portland since 1990, and has been active in many local organizations, including USM’s local radio station, WMPG. She has a bachelor’s degree in spanish from Bates College, and taught high school for 15 years. She also worked at Woodfords Church, where she created the church bulletins and weekly newsletters. When not at the Center, Sue enjoys gardening, singing and contra dancing.
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