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Presentation of Immigration Reform

Community-wide program to raise awareness of immigration reform issues. Film, followed by local speakers from the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project and the Welcoming Immigrants Network. Public welcome,
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Presentation of Immigration Reform

Film, Presentation, and Discussion     Tuesday, April 23    7-9 PM    Morrell Room, Curtis Memorial Library   23 Pleasant St., Brunswick A PATHWAY TO CITIZENSHIP: COMPASSIONATE IMMIGRATION...
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Local winners for Maine National History Day

Maine National History Day is an annual event open to all Maine students. There were 3 sets of winners from our area of the state....
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New Pro Gun Grassroots organization pops up in Maine - Gun Owners of Maine

Gun Owners of Maine Gun Owners of Maine is an all-volunteer, grassroots organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the right of the people to keep...
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Can Money Heal the Planet? Reimagining the Role of Money in Community

A Public Talk by John Bloom, Wednesday, April 3, 7:00 p.m., Merriconeag Waldorf School, 57 Desert Road, Freeport. $10 suggested donation. The growing field of social finance provides an alternative view of what money is all about and many groups such as Slow Money, Buy Local, and CSA’s are already making a difference in the health of our communities.John Bloom will speak about how our individual and organizational financial choices can build meaningful human relationships and community and help transform the way the world works with money....
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Harpswell Post 171 news.

The 94th Birthday of the American Legion was observed March 17 at a Brunswick Post 20/Harpswell Post 171/Topsham Post 202 joint program held at Topsham Post 202. Boy Scouts from Troop 202 prepared and served a delicious dinner. Members from all three posts were recognized for continuous years of membership. Bob Webber USAF, Post 171 Cdr. (L), presented Area 3 Representative (Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc counties)/Post 171 Adjutant Dan Boland USMC a certificate recognizing his 46 years of continuous membership. Other Post 171 members receiving certificates were Gil Ormsby USA (45 years), Mike Doyle USA (32 years), Bob Webber (8 years), and Bill O’Connell USAF (7 years). Lou Larios photo. ####

The American Legion’s 94th Birthday

was celebrated at a joint Brunswick Post 20/Harpswell Post 171/Topsham Post 202 program held Mar. 17 at Topsham Post 202. Troop 202 Boy Scouts prepared and served a delicious dinner. Shown at the head table, L-R: Read Rich, Brunswick Post 20 Chaplain; Dan Boland, Area 3 Representative (Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc counties); Iona Osnoe, a 65-year Legion member now at Topsham Post 202; ME Senator Seth Goodall, 19th District; Marty Diller, Post 20 First Vice Cdr.; Dan Lindsley, Post 20 Cdr. (partially hidden); Bob Lemont, Post 202 Cdr. Not visible is Post 171 Cdr. Bob Webber. Table in front of the head table, L-R: District 6 Cdr. Ron Rainfrette (Knox county); Cynthia Lindsley; Steve Jarrett Sr., District 6 Service Officer; Patricia Jarrett, Tenants Harbor Post 34. Sen. Goodall presented Iona Osnoe with a Legislative Sentiment from the 126th Legislature honoring her military service and 65 years of American Legion membership. She received a standing ovation from those present. Members from all three posts were also recognized for continuous membership in the American Legion. Lou Larios photo. ####

NESCAC Men's Hockey Semifinals: Bowdoin 4, Middlebury 2

BRUNSWICK, Maine – Danny Palumbo scored a pair of first-period goals to lead the Bowdoin College men’s ice hockey team to a 4-2 win over...
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Jazz Jukebox Concert

Jazz Jukebox Concert Master jazz musicians Brad Terry and Paul Sullivan improvise your favorites. Benefit concert for the Unitarian-Universalist Church, held at the Minnie Brown Center, 906 Washington St., Bath. Advance tickets required, on sale for $20 at the Gulf of Maine Bookstore in Brunswick, as well as at the temporary church office at Fort Andross, suite 210, phone 729-8515. There will be no ticket sales at the door, in anticipation of a sold-out house. ...
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Journalists should focus on the bad guys

Some within the media have wrapped themselves in the flag of the freedom of access law. They are rallying to oppose legislation proposed by the...
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