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Dube named Outstanding CU Employee

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Denise Dube, Operations Manager at Lisbon Community FCU, receives the award from Richard Dupuis, Outgoing Chair of the League’s Awards & Convention Committee.

As part of its recent 78th Annual Meeting & Convention, held recently in Portland, the Maine Credit Union League presented its Annual Awards to six individuals who have nearly 175 years of combined experience working for Maine’s credit unions. More than 800 credit union representatives and guests attended this year’s event, the largest crowd in at least two decades.

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New pastor at United Methodist Church

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Rev. Jackie Brannen (l.) symbolically passes the mantle of pastoral leadership to the incoming Rev. Steve Bascom, Sr.

Reverend Steve Bascom, Sr. has been named the new pastor of United Methodist Church of Auburn. He replaces Reverend Jackie Brannen, who has served UMCA for the past four years. Brannen has been appointed as the District Superintendent of the Maine Northern Conference of the United Methodist Church and will be headquartered in Bangor. Both will begin their new duties on July 1.

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Enough is Enough Lewiston is facing a lead-paint crisis

By Robert E. Macdonald

Mayor of Lewiston

Lewiston is currently facing a crisis, a crisis that cannot be solved overnight. It’s a crisis that community officials will and must deal with for the next several years—lead paint.
Our goal is to become a lead-free community. And we will!

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Only Steps Forward How to lure out-of-state spenders just 20 miles inland

By Jonathan P. LaBonté
Mayor of Auburn
Memorial Day weekend has come to be known as the unofficial start of summer. For a state like Maine, with so much of our economy dependent on visitor spending, it’s the official start of busy season.

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Rock the night away with the Moon Dawgs

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The Moon Dawgs

Put on your dancing shoes and prepare to rock the night away to live music by the Moon Dawgs in the Gendron Franco Center’s Heritage Hall on Saturday, June 11 from 7 to 11:30 p.m. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will give you the energy you’ll need and no partners are required. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Maine Music Society.

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Franco American Collection kicks off veterans project

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Professor Mary Rice-DeFosse is dwarfed by the image of a WWI poster specifically designed to recruit Franco-Americans.

The Franco-American Collection at USM’s Lewiston-Auburn College kicked off its project, “Franco-Americans During Wartime: A Heritage of Service,” recently with a presentation by Mary Rice-DeFosse, Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Bates College, on the experiences of several Franco-American participants in WWI.

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Father’s Day 5K selected as 2016 USATF Championship

The Leavitt Father’s Day 5K will take place on Sunday, June 19 at 9 a.m., starting from the fields between the football field and track at Leavitt Area High School.

This annual woods and field trail race to benefit the Leavitt Area High School Cross Country Team has been selected as the 2016 USATF Maine Trail Championships race. While anyone may participate in the race as usual, only current USATF members will be eligible for USATF awards.

A number of parent-child teams run this race each year, and special prize drawings for parent-child teams are offered during the awards. There is also a Kids’ Fun Run for young beginners that involves the Leavitt Hornet and a visit from a firetruck.

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Maine-ly Harmony competes in regionals

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Maine-ly Harmony

The Maine-ly Harmony women’s barbershop chorus of Augusta recently traveled to the town of Devens, Massachusetts for a weekend of competition against other women’s barbershop choruses from across New England and Canada. They returned home thrilled to achieve a judging score that will propel them to the international competition in Providence, Rhode Island, in November.

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Post 135 Riders visit Veterans Home

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The American Legion Riders of the Harry J. Conway Post 135 in Sabattus spent the day recently visiting with the veterans at the Veterans Home in Paris. Here (l. to r., from front) are John Convey, Owen Wright, Leland Millet, Jerry Bissenneau, Riders Director David Adler, Deputy Director Ronie Ray, Secretary Christine Adler, Road Captain Donald Caron, Nancy Ray, Ron Raymond, and Riders Historian Gail Cote.

Bidding for APL online auction starts June 1

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Pictured here (l. to r.) are Auburn Public Library Director Mamie Anthoine Ney, Auction Committee member Mark Foster, and Auction Co-chair Susan Weiss

Auburn Public Library’s second annual Spring Auction will take place online from June 1 through 10, with lots of great items up for bid. All proceeds from the event will help support the library’s everyday programs and services.

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