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THE CENTRAL MAINE EGG FESTIVAL TO HOLD
MULTIPLE CONTESTS

The 45th Annual Central Maine Egg Festival, will begin on Monday, July 10th and continue through Saturday, July 15th. During the next several days there will be a multitude of actives and events crammed into each and every day of the festival. In addition to the art shows, musical performances, comedic acts, parades, etc., there will be a number of contests for people to participate in. There will be a Little Chick Contest on Monday, July 10th beginning at 5 PM. A Sidewalk Art Contest will be held on Tuesday, July 11th from 3 to 6 PM by the Cianbro and Skowhegan Bank parking lot off Hunnewell Avenue with judging from 6 to 6:30 PM. There will be Quiche and Cheesecake Contest on Friday, July 14th at the Elk’s Lodge on Middle Street. Judging will begin at 11 AM with a luncheon beginning at 12 PM. A Dog Costume Contest will be held on Saturday, July 15th at 5 PM and will be sponsored by The Dog House. For more information on the Central Maine Egg Festival visit centralmaineeggfestival.org or www.pittsfield.org.



MARGARET CHASE SMITH ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS

The Margaret Chase Smith Library would like to announce the winners of its twenty-first annual essay contest. This year Maine high school seniors were asked to write about their solutions to the current drug epidemic. The first-place prize of $1000 goes to Gabrielle Kyes from Mattanawcook Academy in Lincoln for her entry “Crusade Against the Drugs, Not the Users.” Second place and $500 is awarded to Abigail Hande of Highview Christian Academy in Charleston. The third-place recipient of $250 is Sigrid Sibley of Poland Regional High School. In addition, five honorable mention prizes of $50 were presented to Ally Clark-Bonsant and Eleanor Theriault of Erskine Academy in China, Sydney McDonald from Bangor High School, Thomas Sheils of Casco Bay High School in Portland, and Griffin Tibbitts from Morse High School in Bath.
Funding for the essay contest and library comes from the Margaret Chase Smith Foundation. Located in Skowhegan, Maine, The Margaret Chase Smith Library is owned by the Foundation and operated under its auspices by the University of Maine. The library is an archive, museum, educational facility, and public policy center devoted to preserving the legacy of Margaret Chase Smith, promoting research into American political history, advancing the ideals of public service, and exploring issues of civic engagement.



SAVE THE DATE FOR PITTSFIELD’S
45TH ANNUAL CENTRAL MAINE EGG FESTIVAL

The Central Maine Egg Festival Committee and the Town of Pittsfield have announced that the 45th Annual Central Maine Egg Festival will begin on Monday, July 10th and continue through Saturday, July 15th.

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SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF UNION
VETERANS HELD JOINT CEREMONY
Sarah Elizabeth Palmer Tent #23 Daughters of Union Veterans and Daniel Chaplain Camp #3 Sons of Union Veterans held a joint ceremony to honor four Civil War soldiers who are buried at Rural Grove Cemetery in Dover- Foxcroft.
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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS
A list of local parade and fireworks to celebrate Independence Day.

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SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
A list of summer concerts in the area.
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THE CENTRAL MAINE EGG FESTIVAL
TO HOLD MULTIPLE CONTESTS
The 45th Annual Central Maine Egg Festival, will begin
on Monday, July 10th and continue through

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