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Lakeview Ready to Raise Fun & Funds at 5th Annual Angel Snowfest


ST. AGATHA, Maine — The family of the late Dick and Carol Derosier will once again be celebrating their memories and raising funds for several local charities during the 5th annual Angel Snowfest, March 10, at the Lakeview Restaurant.

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By : Stephanie Larkin /February 21, 2018 /Latest News /0 Comment Read More

Sikorsky presents Patient AirLift Services with $28,000 check

Sikorsky, A Lockheed Martin Company, presented a check for more than $28,000 to Patient AirLift Services on Wednesday, Dec. 13, for the organization’s PALS for Patriots program. The PALS for Patriots program serves military servicemen and women who suffered serious, service-connected injury, by transporting them to specialized military medical centers and to morale- boosting events.

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By : Stephanie Larkin /December 13, 2017 /Latest News, News /0 Comment Read More

‘PALS’ helps family of Freeport boy battling rare genetic disease

Patient Airlift Services (PALS) is a non-profit organization that provides private plane transportation for those with serious medical conditions at no charge. The family of a Freeport boy battling a rare genetic disease said when it comes to traveling hundreds of miles for medical treatment, they were happy they had PALS.

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By : Stephanie Larkin /November 17, 2017 /Latest News, News /0 Comment Read More

Two pilots help families with sick children out of Puerto Rico


WINDSOR LOCKS — Brian Lisoski and Joe Howley are pilots and after witnessing what natural disasters can do to a community, their time in the sky gave them a chance to realize that their plane isn’t the only thing with wings.

“When Joe and I talk about flying we really talk about helping others,” says Lisoski.

Howley helped create “PALS” or Patient Airlift Services.

The organization connects volunteer pilots with patients suffering in natural disasters and flies them to area hospitals.

On Tuesday, the two men found a private jet owner who agreed to pick up two families from Puerto Rico. The families both had children who needed emergency medical attention.  Read More….


By : Stephanie Larkin /November 08, 2017 /Latest News, News /0 Comment Read More