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The MYT Experience

My name is Ally Collins and I am a student at Mt. Ararat High School. I am also an avid member of Midcoast Youth Theater....
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designing women team up with PRHDR.. pay it forward!

designing women fine crafts show applauds the efforts of PRHDR by inviting them to participate in their 9th annual show in Freeport this coming Saturday!...
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Orr's Island Library Rededicates World War I and World War II Monuments

Harpswell’s John Leo Murray Jr. AL Post 171 Color Guard, firing squad and bugler participated in the August 18 rededication of the Orr’s Island World War I and World War II monuments located at the Orr’s Island library. The monuments were moved to the new location during construction at the library. The library also celebrated the completion of its 5-year building and renovation project. From L-R, Color Guard members Post 171 Cdr. Mike Doyle, Bill Allen, Bill Cotter and Bill O’Connell. Second row, L-R: Harpswell Militia members David Hackett (partially hidden) and Nelson Barter, who fired a salute from a replica of a 6” Revolutionary War cannon. Not shown are Post 171 Firing Squad members Steve Collins, Jim Swol and Bob Webber, who fired 3 volleys, and bugler Rollie Weeman. George Kotuby photo. ####

Brunswick Explorer more than halfway to $90,000 fundraising goal

The Brunswick Explorer has raised $54,000 of the $90,000 local match needed to run the bus service in its fourth year of operations. “While we still...
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2013 reserve your tickets now

We want to thank all of you who have inquired or supported Stoney's Lobster Run in the past and we would like to give you...
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