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Community Credit Union hires Hogan as President/CEO

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Jennifer Hogan

Community Credit Union has announced the hiring of Jennifer Hogan as its new President/CEO. Hogan previously worked for Community Credit Union for five years as Marketing Director and four years as Executive Vice President. She also has experience in business-to-business sales prior to entering the Credit Union industry.

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MSAD 52 Adult Ed students graduate

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The ceremony honored 30 adults who earned their high school diploma or Hiset this year.

MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education recently honored 30 adults who earned their high school diploma or Hiset this year. The graduates were Susan Bornstein, Eliza Brooks, Keenan Caldwell, Philip Castonguay, Seth Caron, Cameron Childs, Dalton Decoster, William Estabrook, Abdilgani Farah, Brigette A. Henderson, Emily M. Hunt, Adar Abdi Hussein, Tazz M. Lavoie, Ashley Martel, Jonathan Mattingly, Hannah N. Plummer, Dustin G. Shedd, Jessica Shumway, Caleb Shuck, Lindsay B. Swearingen, and Chelsea Rose Vincent.

Also honored as CNA graduates were Filsan Abdillahi, Iris Aguilar, Mariah Duval, Maribel Ramirez, Deka Adaweh, Angeir Chan, Ian Hutchinson, Heather Jamison and Elizabeth Stover.

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Governor’s Address: Maine does not need New York-style gun control

The proposal for Universal Background Checks on the November ballot seems simple, but it’s not. First of all, according to Constitutions of the United States and Maine, it is likely unconstitutional.

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Only Steps Forward Attracting investment and raising real estate value takes strategy

By Jonathan P. LaBonté
Mayor of Auburn

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Enough is Enough Local polls, defining our enemy and gun control

By Robert E. Macdonald

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Governor’s Address: A Trip to Disney isn’t Likely;

Why Legislators Must Come Back to Augusta

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Enough is Enough It’s time to focus on industrial arts in our schools

By Robert E. Macdonald
Mayor of Lewiston

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Only Steps Forward L-A is fortunate to have water sources for recreation, drinking and wildlife

By Jonathan P. LaBonte
Mayor of Auburn

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Local students take first, second place in NYC poetry slam

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Competitors and coaches from Edward Little High School pose on stage after the competition.

Two Edward Little High School students took first and second place in the recent 2016 Global Writes poetry slam competition in the Bronx, New York.

“I heard the cheering. It felt euphoric. It was amazing!” recalled first-place winner Ahmed Mohamed of his final performance. “People like me get to tell the world our stories.”

“With poetry, you are able to put how you feel into words and share it with others,” added second-place winner Khadro Adow. “It gives you confidence in who you are and where you come from.”

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Rotary Breakfast Club makes landmark gift to YMCA outdoor facility

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Here with Rotary Club President Lee Upton (r.) are YMCA staff members (from l.) Christopher Paradis, Steve Wallace (CEO), Victoria Stanton and Wil Libby.

The Auburn-Lewiston Rotary Breakfast Club has donated $5,500 toward the development of the YMCA’s Outdoor Education & Learning Center. The gift is the club’s largest single-year contribution in the history of its community giving, which over its 25-year history totals over $459,000 to local and international charitable organizations. The donation will be used for construction of an open-air pavilion and trail kiosk at the 93-acre center, located along Stetson and River Roads in Auburn.

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