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This Sunday marks the 70th anniversary of one of the deadliest lightning strikes in the U.S. and the National Lightning Safety...

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- This Sunday marks the 70th anniversary of one of the deadliest lightning strikes in the U.S. and the National Lightning Safety Council is recalling the tragic event to spotlight the dangers of lightning, a common, yet underrated weather peril.

First travel eye shield: Innovative US brand Zootility launches a low-cost nearly invisible eye shield

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Zootility, a design-driven US manufacturing company, announces a breakthrough innovation - the first travel eye shield, known as Hover Shield, that attaches to any disposable mask. Unlike any of its conventional bulky design predecessors, the nearly invisible Hover Shield provides an attractive solution for traveling, seasonal allergies, yard work, large public gatherings, institutional settings, and working in dusty environments.

Simplifying Compliance with New CDC Guidelines, Zootility Introduces ‘Vaccinated’ Tags Jewelry

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Zootility, a design-driven US manufacturing company, announced the launch of wearable Vaccinated Tags, in response to the U.S. officials easing face mask guidance for COVID-19 vaccinated people.

A maker of multitools, Zootility Launches a Comfortable Face Mask

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Zootility, a design-driven US manufacturing company, launches a mask to provide comfort and protection to both those who are wearing masks just for a quick trip to the grocery store as well as essential workers who are masked 8+ hours per day.

National Lightning Safety Council: Will Lightning Death Count for U.S. Remain Unconfirmed?

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Is there a connection between the number of lightning death reports and the COVID-19 pandemic? The National Lightning Safety Council (NLSC) is trying to find out. Amidst uncertainty surrounding the accurate (actual recorded) number of strike deaths in the U.S., members of the NLSC are wondering if the pandemic could be a factor in the reporting of lightning deaths in 2020.

SIMEK’S premium frozen meatballs are now available at Hannaford

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Mealtime just got better for you... and your community. Women-owned, family-favorite brand, SIMEK'S, is on a mission to deliver quality products that make mealtime easier, while also giving back to local communities, further expanding in the Northeast with Hannaford.

TimberStone Adventures announces Event to Win Treehouse Resort for just $99 and one Photo

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- TimberStone Adventures Inc., a Treehouse Resort and Disc Golf Course in Maine, is giving away their entire property through a photo contest. The winner of this contest, which requires one photo and a $99 entry fee, will receive three incredible live-in treehouses, five-story Castle Tower with 360 degrees of breathtaking views.

Pratt Abbott Launches Earth Day 2019 Clothing Drive to Benefit Preble Street Charity in Maine

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Pratt Abbott is hosting a clothing drive to benefit Preble Street and celebrate Earth Day from now through April 26, 2019. All 12 of Pratt Abbott's dry cleaning and laundromat locations are accepting clothing donations during this period.

Maine Gold Star Families Memorial Monument Breaking Ground in October

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- On Sunday, October 7, 2018, The Herschel "Woody" Williams Medal of Honor Foundation will be breaking ground for construction of the Maine Gold Star Families Memorial Monument. This memorial is one of 87 across 34 states that will honor all our Gold Star Families.

‘Dead in the Water’ Documentary on Plight of Ground Fishermen to be Screened in Maine Towns

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Maine residents will have an opportunity soon to witness the devastating impacts of federal regulations on the lives of New England ground fishermen, as seen through the eyes of a documentary filmmaker with a long record of acclaimed work. David Wittkower's "Dead in the Water" will be shown at four Maine community theaters in April.

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