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The annual figure skating show takes place on Sunday March 23 at Bowdoin College's Watson Arena in Brunswick at 5 p.m.   The show features skaters
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January 17, 2014 Snow or Shine,  4:30 PM to 8:30 PM Thorne Dining Hall, Bowdoin College Campus , Brunswick REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday 1.15.14   The Program: Networking Reception with Cash Bar...
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Farmers' Market vendor receives Distinguished Service Award

Laughing Stock Farm, a vendor at the Midcoast Winter Farmers' Market in Topsham, was honored at the Ag Trades Show in Augusta on January 7,...
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The Gediman's Appliance

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The Pat Pepin Project

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In Memory of Paul E. Labbe, Jr. 1982-2013

"May Your Tank Always Be Full of 97 Octane and Your V-tech Always POP As Hard As Possible. BRAAAP!" Paul, Jr....
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USS Zumwalt crew attends Harpswell’s AL Post 171 Seventh Annual Togus VA Christmas party

for long-term care patients on Dec. 13. From L-R, Command Master Chief Dion Beauchamp, HT1 Stewart Simpson, MM3 Alexandro Bolanos, GSM1 Olie Betancourt, MM3 Juan Torres, EN1 Quincy Fry, MM3 Christopher Felardeau, GSM2 Kevin Larios, Commanding Officer Capt. James Kirk. They assisted patients at the pizza and lobster lunch, and in opening individual gifts afterwards. Togus Veterans Village also received 3 tablets with Skype technology so patients can communicate with their families. Else Boland photo.

At Harpswell’s AL Post 171 seventh annual Christmas party for Togus VA long-term care patients on Dec. 13,

members of the Army National Guard, Marine Corps, Navy, Air National Guard and Coast Guard assisted patients at the pizza and lobster roll lunch and when they received individual gifts afterwards. The Togus Veterans Village received 3 tablets with Skype technology so patients can communicate with their families. Best Buy Manager Ray Poulin assisted Post 171 in the purchase of the tablets at a great price. Due to the efforts of Santa Claus Roy Knight, Gabor Lobster donated 20 pounds of picked lobster, which were fashioned into 90 lobster rolls by Mrs. Claus Debra Knight, elf Rachael Knight and Lisa True. The lobster rolls were a big hit with the patients! Else Boland photo.
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