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NEWPORT CULTURAL CENTER
TO RAFFLE OFF POLARIS ATV

The Newport Cultural Center (NCC) is raffling off a new Sportsman 45 ATV by Polaris. NCC will only be selling 2016 raffle tickets so the odds of winning are very good. Tickets sell for $5 for one, $20 for 5 and 20 tickets for $75. The drawing will be held on Saturday, July 2nd, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday. The ATV will be on display at the Newport Cultural Center so you can drop on by and take a look at it. Tickets are on sale now at the NCC located at 154 Main Street in Newport. For more information contact 368-5074.






RESERVE YOUR PROJECT TIMEFOR MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE COMMUNITY SERVICE DAY

Representative Stanley Short Jr. (D-Pittsfield) welcomed advocates of the solar industry to the State House on Wednesday. They were there in support of LD 1649, a bill to create a framework to grow Maine’s solar footprint, create good-paying jobs and reduce electricity rates. Pittsfield is home to a clean-energy start-up company, Insource Renewables.
“Solar has the potential of creating hundreds of good-paying, long-term jobs around Maine,” said Short, D-Pittsfield. “I strongly support efforts that encourage economic development in our state, especially when we have been losing so many jobs in this area.”



THE PLYMOUTH PLAYGROUND
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Plymouth Playground is now set-up and ready for children to enjoy.

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TOWN OF ETNA SEEKING
OLDEST CITIZEN FOR BOSTON POST CANE
Sonia Erskine is the recipient of the Pine Tree Camp’s 2016 Spirit Award.
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ROLLING THUNDER EXPRESS
TO HOLD MOTHER’S DAY DRAWING

Do you think your Mom is the best Mom in the world? If the answer is yes, enter her into the Rolling Thunder Express’s Annual Mother’s Day Drawing.
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DRUG TAKE BACK DAY TO BE HELD IN
UNITY, NEWPORT AND PITTSFIELD
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and participating local law enforcement agencies are coordinating a nationwide drug "take-back" day in two locations on Saturday, April 30th from 10 AM to 2 PM.
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DXA TEST EXPLAINED
GUEST COLUMN by Beth Ranagan
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