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Letter to the Editor

Triple Crown, Poland Spring working
to provide runners with water

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Auburn venues, L.L. Bean raffle added to July Art Walk

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This month’s Art Walk adds new events and venues in Auburn.

Art Walk LA is getting into full swing! With another lineup of over 40 local artists, new live entertainment, more events and venues in Auburn, and a $250 L.L. Bean gift card raffle, this month’s Art Walk on Friday, July 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. will be one you won’t want to miss.

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Auer to hike Mt. Whitney for Wisdom’s Women

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Anne Auer will celebrate her 50th birthday in a unique and challenging way: by hiking up Mt. Whitney in California this month to raise funds for the Center for Wisdom’s Women.

Anne Auer, a board member and volunteer at The Center for Wisdom’s Women, has decided to celebrate her 50th birthday by hiking up Mt. Whitney in California this summer. With an elevation of 14,496 ft., it is the highest summit in the contiguous United States.

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Comm. Concepts helps finance treehouse lodging venture

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Timberstone Adventures owners Frank and Karen Ring, with their son, Josh, his wife, Cindy, and their grandchildren, Kaylee, Alanna, and Owen

Timberstone Adventures, a family-run disc golf course in Stoneham, recently expanded their operation to include a unique lodging experience: treehouses.

Owners Karen and Frank Ring worked with Zakk Maher of Community Concepts Finance Corp to secure the funding needed to construct three new treehouse cabins on their property, located only 20 minutes north of downtown Norway, abutting the White Mountain National Forrest. The Rings have already started booking reservations through the end of the summer for the newly completed treehouses, which sleep four people each. The largest treehouse, to be completed in August, will sleep eight and will boast a full kitchen, two full baths, two living rooms, and a custom built spiral staircase.

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Young entrepreneur to address Rotary Club

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Thomas Jumper is a Lewiston High School student and the founder of a company called PhoBoCo.

Thomas Jumper, at junior at Lewiston High School and one of Lewiston’s youngest successful entrepreneurs, will be the featured speaker at the next meeting of the Lewiston Auburn Rotary Club on Thursday, August 4 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Ramada Inn of Lewiston.

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Patrick Dempsey visits bank to thank employees

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Androscoggin Bank Loan Operations Representative Kelly Ridley hugs Dempsey at the bank’s Operations Center.

Employees at Androscoggin Bank were delighted when Patrick Dempsey, in the company of his sister, Mary Dempsey, and several other staff members of the Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing, stopped by the bank’s Operations Center recently for a surprise visit.

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St. Dom’s plans Catholic education reunion weekend

As part of its 75th anniversary celebration, Saint Dominic Academy is inviting all students and teachers who attended Catholic elementary and high school in Lewiston, Auburn, or the surrounding area to a grand reunion weekend called “Ministry in Education” on August 13 and 14.

On Saturday, August 13, reunions will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. at Saint Dominic Academy’s Auburn Campus, followed by a special recognition ceremony. On Sunday, August 14, Bishop Robert P. Deeley will celebrate a special Mass at noon at the Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul in Lewiston. Those planning to attend are asked to RSVP by calling the school office at 782-6911.

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New exhibit to showcase museum’s rare collection of Bates bedspreads

 

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This 1948 Vogue magazine ad for Bates bedspreads featured future President and First Lady George and Barbara Bush.

Museum L-A will unveil its latest exhibit, “Covering the Nation: The Art of the Bates Bedspread,” on Saturday, July 23, from 1 to 4 p.m. The exhibit brings together a remarkable array of never before displayed examples of world famous Bates Bedspreads from the museum’s impressive collection. The event is free and open to the public.

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Fuel Restaurant up for grabs with winning essay

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For $150 and a 300-word essay, hopeful restaurant owners could land a successful restaurant and a place to live in one fell swoop by winning “Maine’s Dream Restaurant Contest.” Essays are now being accepted online at fuelcontest.com and by mail to Fuel Essay Contest, P.O. Box 591, Lewiston, ME, 04243, to win Fuel restaurant and a two-bedroom condo. Entries will be accepted online until October 17 at midnight and by mail until October 14.

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Governor’s Address: Maine People’s Alliance Should Put its Money where its Mouth is

The debate on whether or not voters should increase Maine’s minimum wage continues, but now liberals pushing for it are exposed for hypocrisy.

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