Saturday, December 7, 2013
Innovation Maine Magazine
New Local Business Magazine -
Saturday, November 30, 2013 @ 9am
Natural Art Supplies -
Meet Cammie, Kip & their kids Jack, Maggie and Gus. They are eco-kids® — a family run business that produces all natural art supplies. It began simply, as all good things do, with the molding dough recipe Cammie’s mom made for her as a child. After incorporating natural ingredients into the recipe, the dough was transformed into eco-dough™, rich in color, soft in texture, with a delicate aroma like no other. In 2008 Cammie and Kip began selling it at farmers markets. From there, eco-kids® evolved.
This family business lives by their mantra — creative play the natural way™. Products are developed with this belief in mind. From using non-toxic, natural ingredients to the unique packaging, eco-kids® works with environmentally friendly companies from around the United States to bring you fresh ideas in the world of art supplies.
The kids test and ensure the art supplies are fun to play with — after all, that’s what it’s all about.
Small Business Growth-
Think LOCAL! Community Networking is an organization open to all, dedicated to helping individuals and small businesses grow through effective networking and relationship building, while supporting local non-profit organizations.
Mayor of Biddeford
Alan M. Casavant is an politician from Biddeford, Maine. Casavant, a Democrat, has represented District 137 in the Maine House of Representatives since 2006. District 137 comprises portions of Biddeford and Kennebunk. Casavant is also the elected Mayor of Biddeford, holding that position since November 2012. He was just recently re-elected. He served as a Biddeford City Council member from 1976-1992. He retired as a teacher at Biddeford High School in 2012.