Hardy Girls Healthy Women Newsletter


summer 2018

Our friends (and current landlords) at Waterville Creates! have exciting new plans for the building we currently operate in… which involves some major renovation. So, we’re on the move. As a small staff who love partnerships, we started looking for another organization to live with. Our theory is

sharing space + sharing ideas = collaboration!!
The good news is, we found a really great partnership opportunity with an organization on its way to Waterville. The not great news is, they won’t be here until early winter. In the meantime, we’ll be hanging out in the new Waterville co-working space: Bricks. You can still reach us by email, our PO Box, by phone (207.387.0553) or by stopping in to say hello. Can’t wait to unveil our new permanent home in a few months!


Hardy Girls in the Community

Whether we’re tabling at Maine Initiatives’ Social Justice Fair or attending the Racial Justice Symposium, popping in on one of Maine Women’s Policy Center’s Intergenerational Conversations, hanging out at the Yellow Tulip Project events, or on the panel at the first Maine Women’s Conference, we like to be out in the community. Are there events or organizations you think we should know about? Let us know!

Hardy Girls in Schools

Our fall calendar is filling up with school workshops. Don’t wait until there is an incident at your school before calling us in to engage your girls and gender queer folks in feeling safe, supported and empowered. To learn more about our programming and hear from our participants, visit our website.

GAB Spotlight: Meet Grace & Skye

Grace and Skye have just been elected at the 2018-19 GAB co-presidents. Both veteran GABbers and active community members, Skye and Grace are going to rock the presidency. Grace is also on the Hardy Girls Board of Directors and Skye is a jiu jitsu expert!


Social Media Recap
Haven’t been on Facebook lately? Here’s our Top 3 Most Popular Recent Posts:

1. Today’s Masculinity is Stifling 
2. Black and Queer Representation in the Media (video) 
3. More Women Than Men: State Legislatures Could Shift for the First Time

Hardy Girls Healthy Women l PO Box 821, Waterville, ME 04903-0821 l ph. 207.387.0553 l info@hghw.org

Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On Twitter
Skip to toolbar