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St. Dom’s names principal of Auburn Campus


Shelly Wheeler

Saint Dominic Academy has announced that Shelly Wheeler, currently a science and math teacher at the school, has been named the new principal of the Auburn Campus, which includes the school’s seventh through twelfth grades. She replaces Joline Girouard, who will assume a new position at the academy focused on implementing the school’s new strategic plan and identifying opportunities to improve the student experience. Wheeler will assume the role of principal on July 1.

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Chris Frey receives Julia Clukey Courage Award


Pictured here (at right) is award recipient Chris Frey. With him (from l.) are State Senator Eric Brakey, Auburn Middle School principal Celena Ranger, Olympian Julia Clukey, and Frey’s mother, Holly Bosse. (Photo by MBWDA)

Olympian Julia Clukey addressed nearly 500 students at Auburn Middle School recently as part of her ongoing “Julia Inspires” campaign to encourage students to find their passion, create a plan and go after their dreams.

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Art Walk LA kicks off May 27


Art Walk LA converts downtown businesses and storefronts into public arts spaces that include galleries, exhibitions, and special performances.

Spring is here, and this year’s first Art Walk Lewiston Auburn is just around the corner. Art Walk LA converts downtown businesses and storefronts into public arts spaces that include galleries, exhibitions, and special performances. The event takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. on the final Friday of each month from May to September.

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LA Arts entry named one of 64 nationwide “Our Town” projects

When National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu recently announced 64 awards totaling $4.3 million to support projects across the nation through the NEA’s “Our Town” program, LA Arts was one of the organizations recommended to receive a $50,000 award. The funds will be used to design and implement a cultural and artistic entrepreneurship program and related projects.

The Our Town grant program supports creative place-making projects that help transform communities into lively, beautiful, and resilient places with the arts at their core. The NEA received 240 applications for Our Town this year, and will make awards ranging from $25,000 to $100,000.

“For six years, Our Town has made a difference for people and the places where they live, work, and play,” said NEA Chairman Jane Chu. “Projects such as the one led by LA Arts help residents engage the arts to spark vitality in their communities.”

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Community Concepts screens preview of “Dream On”


Political comedian John Fugelsang retraces the 1831 journey of Alexis de Tocqueville to explore whether the optimistic spirit of the American Dream that Tocqueville observed is still alive and well in the 21st century.

From Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump, the 2016 presidential candidates share one thing in common: a conviction that they can revitalize the American Dream. Pinned between stagnant wages and the soaring costs of housing, education and healthcare, millions of Americans are struggling to make ends meet.

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Franco-themed “Spring Fling” Saturday at LPL


A native of Sainte-Félicité, Quebec, accordionist Normand Gagnon is one of many musicians who will play at the event.

A lively ensemble of instrumentalists ranging in age from 10 to 80 will provide the music for a festive, Franco-themed “Spring Fling” on Saturday, May 14 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. in Lewiston Public Library’s Callahan Hall. Fashioned after the old-time Franco kitchen parties, the event will be a family affair with dancing and singing along to some traditional French Canadian “jigs-&-reels.” Admission to the event will be $3 for adults and just $1 for youngsters, including any full-time students up to age 22.

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Shriners offer screening clinics

The Kora Shriners will conduct screening clinics at five locations in Central Maine on Saturday, May 21 to identify children in need of care for orthopedic conditions, burn or spinal cord injuries or cleft lip and palate who may benefit from the specialized care offered at Shriners Hospitals for Children.

The screenings will take place from 9 a.m. to noon with no appointment needed. Any child up to age 18 may attend. For more information, contact Tim Luttrell at 754-4706, Kora Shriners at 782-6831, or see

Shriner Hospitals for Children is a network of 22 Hospitals dedicated to providing specialized pediatric care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs. All care is provided regardless of ability to pay, availability of insurance coverage or relationship to a Shriner.

Skyline Farm plans Plow Day


See horses plow a field the old fashioned way on Skyline Farm’s annual Plow Day on Saturday, May 14. (Photo by Sarah Walsh)

Teams of horses will demonstrate the true meaning of the term “horse power” when they plow a portion of a field the old fashioned way on Skyline Farm’s 8th annual Plow Day on Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Evergreen Subaru donates $25K to Boys & Girls Club


Pictured here (l. to r.) are Christian Duchette, Angie Lafayette and Barry Dean of Evergreen Subaru; Ann Messinger of Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine; General Manager Doug Weisz of Evergreen Subaru; Jim Costello Jr., Past President of BGCSM; Andie Hannon, Director of BGCSM’s Auburn-Lewiston Clubhouse; Lynn Weisz of Evergreen Subaru and Bill Bergeron of Subaru of New England.

As a result of Subaru’s national “Share the Love” program of late 2015, Evergreen Subaru of Auburn recently donated $25,000 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine’s Auburn-Lewiston Clubhouse. During the event, patrons who bought a new Subaru at Evergreen had an opportunity to choose one of five charities to which Subaru would donate $250. The Boys & Girls Club was named this year’s Hometown Charity by Evergreen.

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Coral Buck named CMCC Student of the Year


Buck (c.) is pictured here with Life Sciences and Allied Health instructor and department chair Ros Arienti (l.) and learning and advising specialist Bobbi Burke.

Coral Adelle Buck of Windham has been selected as Student of the Year at Central Maine Community College. She and six other Maine community college students were honored recently for their academic success and campus and community involvement at a ceremony in Augusta hosted by the Maine Community College System Board of Trustees.

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