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November 10, 1990

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, The News Saturday, N ember 10, 1990 5 :is . Veterans Day Walk For , of . Peace on i Gloucester L,brary Leonard and Robert M Chute, residents o[ the Lines from the New POLAND SPRING---William W aes i Poland Spring and members of Chapter :er. by Suzan Hawkins 29, Veterans for Peace, Inc of the greater Lewiston-Auburn-Brunswick area, are ina)Ut NEW GLOUCESTER-- A I w asgoing to save this, but knowing assisting the Androscoggin Coalition for ers I forewarning to all of you who may have me 1 o Iorget to put nt in in time. t)m Peace in the Middle East in its Veterans ina reports due right after Thanksgiving you know that come December Day peace observances. Leonardo UPDATE vacation. The library will be closed something will be happening that hasn't a member of the United States Air Force. a November 22 and 23. We will be open ,happened since May of 1988 and it won't The Androscoggin Coalition for Peace Poland Memory Tree on Saturday, November 24. happen again unnl August 19937 As you in the Middle East will hold a Veterans by Barbara Strout rue The next meeting of the Friends of the may or may not know, the moon makes Day Walk for Peace in the Middle East on Library is November 14 at 7:30pm. You its cycle ev y 29 days, 12 hours, 44 Sunday, November 11. The event will don't have to be a Friend already to attend minutes ant z.y seconds. This cycle is be in at lnm in Kennedy Park Lewiston POLAND---For anyone interested in the meeting. We are always looking for called a syndic month. Every two.and a wi h a rall to be follow l by a four-mile participating in the Poland Memory Tree, new members. If you want more na x years me moon is full twice outing walk through the twin ci " your $5 contribution, and names may be _ ties. information, call Mary Sawyer, Beth one month. Thns year we will be treated The purpose of the Veterans Day Walk turned in to the Poland Town Office -- - , during regular working hours, Monday Ellers or me. , to the Cold Moon on December 2 at is to call attention to the coalition s through Friday from now until November Don t forget it is Children s Book 2:50am and then the Snow Moon ondemands that the United States 30. Month. Read to a child of any age or December 31 at l:35pm, government immediately withdraw its The Poland Memory Tree will be )ur even reread an old childhood favorite, military personnel from Saudi Arabia and lighted in December at Poland Corner, o(1 i support international efforts to achieve a during the Hanukkah and Christmas , . ...... negotiated resolution of the Persian Gulf for t Attention: uarDle DOll crisis and other conflicts in the Middle season. od Area Students Attending Owners East. For a $5 donation, interested citizens ?urchase a white light bulb space in the be Hebron Academy PTA Memorial Christmas The coalition was formed recently by memory of a person of theic choosing, or Fair individuals and representatives of area peace organizations. These groupsin honor of a living person. The names es, i HEBRON -- The Board of Trustees at.._ A ... . .... include Veterans for Peace, Neighbor to of those people who purchased bulbs and el- t Hebron Academy is pleased to announce e War LOLCEFST R Therom ng the names of the person they are ts, that the following area students are su nSh Neighbor, Pax Christi, Lewiston-Auburn remembering or honoring will be ....... Netwoi'k for Nuclear Disarmament, ,n- enrolled at Hebron Academy for the 1990- up on uecemaer 1st at the emonalAu usta Rain ...... published in the paper near the time of by 91 school year. School. Your Barbie(s) will be one of P Ig .... L Oow ,Coalmon, marne the Memory Tree lighting. ,h,- m, a,q ;t .a ,.I,,,.,. ..... ,.,^ ,..a esune rnenosnip ociety, New World The freshman class includes Daniel ....................... to " 1 .......... Money raised from the Memory Tree " " Plnni " ;o t,, t.oa ltlOn ana uemocratlc bOClallStS ol Bianchi, son of Diane and Richard Troop 203, Lome ............... Bianchi of Poland Spring; Chris Bisson, Nancy L. Wilcox, RR 2, Box 2450, New ot Bates College. Williamlights willTwaroggO towardand MattbuildingPitcherthe ........... y ne who is interested in Memorial Scholarship Funds, which in son of Janet and Royce Beane of tJnoucester, tvtt tm/_x . pamcnpaUng m the November 11 or the do Mechanic Falls; Toby Boyd, son of Please include your name and address Androsco in " benefit Poland school children seeking gg Coalmon for Peace m the he Debra and Lloyd Boyd, Jr, of East Poland; and phone number, so your Barbie(s) may Mi"l ..... " " higher education. , be registered early uu e t ast snomo contact Chris Beam The Poland Maine Street 90 Committee x;h Geoff Gundersdorf, son of Betty and John 784-8933 or Nicole Bingham 777-1372. would like to make the Memory Tree an annual event. he ter [4, Lse he lid he to tct ~)r- /er Gundersdorf of New Gloucester; Laura Hemond, daughter of Lisa and Peter Hemond of Mechanic Fails; Jed Kutzon, son of Roslyn and Barry Kutzen of Poland Spring; Erica Litehfield, daughter of Linda and John Litchfield of West Poland; John Mangan, son of Thomas Mangan of Mechanic Falls; and Kurt Whiting, son of Victoria and David Whiting of Poland Spring. The sophomore class includes Robert Astephen, son of Kathleen Astephen of Poland Spring; Anthony Bianchi, son of Diane and Richard Bianchi of Poland Spring; Julie Chick, daughter of Gayle and Richard Chick, of Poland; Danagra Ikossi-O'Connor, daughter of Maria Ikossi of Mechanic Falls; and Lauri Moreau, daughter of Carol and Thomas Mangan of Mechanic Falls. The junior class includes Marshall There will be bridal fashions with red and green outfits for the bridesmaids, along with red and green evening gowns, suits, fur-trimmed coats, etc., all' valued at $5 to $15. Your doll may wear her new, handmade outfit home following the fair December 1st. This show is limited to 75 dolls. Blackstone Still Running Strong POWNAL--The University of Maine men's cross country track team has had an excellent season this fall. Brad Blackstone, a former Greely High School track star, has made a significant contribution to this success. Aikman, son of Rose Aikman of Poland. "Brad has been a hard worker and a The senior class includes: Traceydedicated runner for the University of Campbell, daughter of Sue and John Maine, Orono, during his four year tenure Campbell of Poland Spring; Thomashere," according to coach Jim Ballinger. Kelly, son of Jacqueline and Tony Kelly "Distance is Brad's speciality; he has of Danville; Alison Litchfield, daughter shown great strides of improvement of Linda and John Litchfield of West Poland; and M Katherine Marquis, daughter of Mary Lou and Raymond Marquis of Mechanic Falls. Area Students Elected Officers at Hebron At Hebron Academy, Marshall Aikman '92 was elected junior class representative to the Student Coancil, and M Katherine Marquis '91 was elected president of the senior class. during his four years of running. In this, Brad's final year of running, he has provided excellent senior leadership for the younger runners." Blackstone is involved in many other campus activities to go along with his track success. 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