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Pages & Pints spotlights “Artwork of the American Beer Can”


Russ Phillips will discuss his book “CANNED! Artwork of the Modern American Beer Can” at Lewiston Public Library, followed by a tour and beer tasting at Baxter Brewing Co.

The Pages & Pints series at Lewiston Public Library will kick off with Maine author Russ Phillips on Saturday, September 27 at 6 p.m. This free public event will open in the Library’s Callahan Hall, where Phillips will discuss his book, “CANNED! Artwork of the Modern American Beer Can.” The evening will then continue with tours of Baxter Brewing Co., followed by a reception and beer tasting.

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“North Woods Law” stars visit Wildlife Park


Several of the Maine Game Wardens who have appeared on Animal Planet’s popular “North Woods Law” will be on hand to meet visitors at the Maine Wildlife Park on Saturday.

You can meet some of the stars of Animal Planet’s popular TV show “North Woods Law” when they visit the Maine Wildlife Park this weekend on National Hunting and Fishing Day – Saturday, September 27 – from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m.

Park visitors will have an opportunity to meet Maine Game Wardens Troy Thibodeau, Jonathan Parker, Rick LaFlamme, Ethan Buck, Kris MacCabe, Alan Curtis, and Eric Blanchard and to ask them about their dangerous jobs and their appearances on the show.

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Hampton Inn open for business in Lewiston


A group of owners, managers, and crew stand before the new 93-room Hampton Inn Lewiston-Auburn on Lincoln Street, which officially opened its doors last week.

Hampton Hotels, Hilton Worldwide‘s global brand of more than 1,900 mid-priced Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, and Hampton by Hilton hotels, recently announced the official opening of its newest property, the 93-room Hampton Inn Lewiston-Auburn, located at 15 Lincoln Street in Lewiston.

“We are excited to join the Hampton family with the opening of Hampton Inn Lewiston-Auburn,” said Allison Beane, general manager, Hampton Inn Lewiston-Auburn. “Our business and leisure guests can expect a friendly staff and welcoming accommodations to make their stay enjoyable.”

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Frumiento and Raby win Auburn Book Award


“Rainbow Flowers” by Ellena Frumiento and “Bee Nice” by Rebecca Raby are the co-winning works of the 2014 Auburn Book Award.

The co-winners of the 2014 Auburn Book Award are Ellena Frumiento, for her book “Rainbow Flowers,” and Rebecca Raby, for her book “Bee Nice.” The two authors created their winning works last year as sixth graders at East Auburn Community School and Fairview School, respectively.

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Event launches effort to display bells of St. Louis Church

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One of the four bells, cast in 1916 at the world-famous Paccard Bell Foundry of Annecy, France, is removed from the church’s tower last year following its shuttering by the Diocese of Portland.

Community members are invited to join Mayor Jonathan LaBonte, members of the Auburn City Council, and members of the original 1915 donor families for an “Exhibition of the Bells” of St. Louis Church on Saturday, September 20 at 11 a.m. The event will take place at Cote Crane Company, located at 2980 Hotel Road in Auburn.

The program will kick off a community campaign to raise $12,000 to purchase the bells and house them as part of a local heritage monument in the New Auburn neighborhood where they have touched the lives of so many for the past 100 years.

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Friends group seeks donations to keep Lost Valley open


The Friends of Lost Valley hope to raise at least $50,000 to keep a single chairlift running at the beloved community resort this winter. To contribute, see

Lost Valley Ski & Banquet is in peril. After years of operating in the red and facing the decline of its equipment and infrastructure, the resort lacks funds to open for business this winter, and without help will cease operations.

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Lewiston F.D. marks 9/11


On Thursday, September 11, the Lewiston Fire Department will hold a ceremony at Central Fire Station in remembrance of the lives lost on 9/11 at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. A moment of silence and symbolic bell ringing will take place at 9:58 a.m. The Fire Department Chaplain will then recite the “Firefighters Prayer” and firefighters will present a wreath donated by the Lewiston Firefighters Association. Community attendance is welcome.

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Clark promoted to Manpower president


April Clark

April Clark of Lewiston has been promoted by Manpower Maine to the position of president. In this role, Clark will be responsible for providing strategic leadership for the company by working with the management team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies, all while working to support and enhance the Manpower brand.

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Wallingford’s hosts school Harvest Fest


Kathleen Dean feeds the goats at last year’s Park Ave. Harvest Fest at Wallingford’s Orchard. This year’s event takes place on Saturday, September 13.

You’re invited to enjoy a day at the orchard when the Park Avenue Elementary School PTO presents its annual Harvest Festival fundraiser in Wallingford’s Backyard on Saturday, September 13. The event will take place rain or shine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Bosse, Dumond added to memorial plaques


June Dumond-Caron (2nd from l.) is the sister of Roger Joseph Dumond. Pictured with her (l. to r) are First Lady Ann Lepage, Lewiston Mayor Robert MacDonald, Constituent Rep. (for Mike Michaud) Matt Dubois, Rep. Peggy Rotundo, Sen. Margaret Craven, Richard Caron, and Am. Legion Officer Paul R. Bernard. Also in attendance at the event was Don Bosse, the brother of Laurier Gerard Bosse.

On Sunday, August 10, the names of Laurier Gerard Bosse and Roger J. Dumond were added to the memorial plaques at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge. The plaques list the names of the sons of Lewiston and Auburn who lost their lives in the line of duty during the Vietnam Conflict.

Laurier Gerard Bosse, LCPL, USMC, was born in Auburn and killed on May 23, 1968 from several gunshot wounds in the Quang Nam Province at the age of 20. Roger Joseph Dumond, EO3, private 1st Class was born in Lewiston and killed on March 28, 1969 in Binh Duong Vietnam by an explosive device at the age of 25.

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