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Oakhurst Dairy Donates Over $17,000 To Boys & Girls Clubs Of Southern Maine

PORTLAND, Maine (June 9, 2009) Oakhurst Dairy announced today that they are donating more than $17,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine as a result of their recent promotion.  During the month of March, Oakhurst Dairy committed to donating $.10 from every Oakhurst Orange Juice container sold to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine. The promotion coincided with the Boys & Girls Clubs Centennial Celebration

“Giving back to our community has always been a top priority for Oakhurst Dairy.  The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine provide valuable support for families in our communities, and we wanted to honor them during this important Centennial celebration,” said Stan Bennett, President of Oakhurst Dairy.  “Our loyal consumers enabled us to exceed our goal of raising $15,000 with their purchase of Oakhurst Orange Juice and we thank them for their support.”

“The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine is so grateful to Oakhurst for its continued support of our organization,” said Robert Clark, Chief Professional Officer of Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine. “Companies like Oakhurst play a tremendous role in enhancing our members' activities at the Clubs, during the most vulnerable hours of the day.  It’s also great to see what a lasting impact the Boys & Girls Clubs has had on Stan who came to the Portland club as a child.”

Oakhurst is Northern New England’s largest, independent dairy company, with three generations of commitment to the health and wellbeing of the community and the environment. For 88 years, the Bennett family has stood behind every glass of milk, just another reason to choose the Natural Goodness of Maine.  Oakhurst contributes 10% of profits to organizations that promote healthy kids and a healthy environment.  For more information visit   

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