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FREE Vol. XVI, No. 38 C EB EL 16 Years RATI N G T WIN C ITY TIMES Your Hometown Newspaper Since 1999 December 18, 2014 FREE LewistonAuburns Weekly Newspaper Gov. LePage attends Rails Ribbon Cutting in Lewiston Christmas Lights are up on Vista The new restaurant Rails held a ribbon cutting at its grand opening on December 10 in downtown Lewiston. Governor Paul R. LePage joined in the festivities and helped with the ribbon cutting. Rails is located on the corner of Lincoln and Beech St

Page 2 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 Newsmakers, Names Faces Elks give dictionaries to third graders Butterfield joins CMMC Assoc. Prof. Staff Certified physician assistant Taylor Butterfield has been appointed to the Central Maine Medical Center Associate Professional Staff. She works at High Street Family Medicine in Lewiston. Butterfield is an alumnus of Saint Josephs College in Standish, where she studied biology and chemistr y, receiving a bachelors degree in 2007. She earned a mast

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 3 Holiday Open House at Revelation Massage Fighting Spirit relocating to Androscoggin Bank Colisee Junior Hockey in LewistonAuburn for 20152016 Season and Beyond The owners and staff of the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, and owners of the Fighting Spirit, announce the teams relocation to the Colisee. The team will finish the current season in New Hampshire and relocate during the offseason. The Fighting Spirit currently plays out of the Laconia Ice Arena. T

Page 4 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 learning style and needs, said Chris Irish. We want to make our classes fun and positive experiences that give people the tools they need to succeed in all aspects of their health and wellbeing. Its all about providing options for the consumer, said Marie Veselsky. The person with diabetes is the one who suffers from the consequences of their uncontrolled disease, so they should have the ultimate say in the options they choose to stay well. Its their he

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 5 Enough is Enough Oldtime Christmas traditions have been replaced By Robert E. Macdonald MAYOR OF LEWISTON Its the most wonderful time of the year Christmas. It is a time of joy. It is a time to renew and solidify friendships. It is a time when the Salvation Army bell ringers stand by their large red kettle, reminding us of the truly needy and giving the public a chance to help the destitute among us. It is a time that allows you the luxury of relaxing

Page 6 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 Hobby Lobby set to open Auburn store William J. Rogers American Legion Post 153 lists upcoming December events Jean Louis helms karaoke on Fri., Dec. 19 and Sat., Dec. 20, from 7 to 11 p.m. Donations of new, unwrapped toys are being collected each day at the post, 71 S. Main Street, Auburn, from 1 p.m. on through Dec. 20. Toys will be distributed at Dec. 21 Christmas party for members, veterans and the public with children from noon to 3 p.m. FMI on al

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 7 Dollar General now hiring for new Maine stores Dollar General is now seeking applicants for career opportunities for its five forthcoming new locations in Maine, including Store 15456 at 9 Buckfield Road in Turner, Store 15379 at 1083 Sabattus Street in Lewiston and Store 15441 at 807 Minot Avenue in Auburn. Current opportunities include store manager, assistant store manager, two fulltime lead sales associates and a parttime lead sales associate for e

Page 8 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 Out About with Rachel Morin Recapping the Senior College Fall Semester Story and photos by Rachel Morin Genealogy Instructor Lyn Wright does some research with students Curt Arey, Adria Hahnel and Mary Jane Beardsley Photo by Cynthia Peters Financial Investments instructor Andrew Saucier 3rd from r. with students Ron Landry, Joan Hamann, Louise Theberge, Martha Sirois and Paul Robinson Photo by Cynthia Peters The fall semester has ended at USMs Lewi

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 9 Continued from page 8 Senior Memoir Writing instructors Lee Picker and Pauline Fortin standing review the work of students Carol Hanscombe, Bob Gardner and Brigitte Whiting Hugh Keene, Rose Goodwin, Charles Plummer and Phil Vampatella were coinstructors of a Living History course on their experiences of the major wars since WWII. Absent from the photo is Alan Elze Instructor Christine Holden discusses People, Places and Events of the Great War with

T WIN C ITY Lets tell it like it is Some of those holiday sweaters are just plain awful. But on Sunday, December 21, Lost Valley Ski and Banquet Resort will give you a chance to put that ugly holiday We e k l y A r t s E n t e r t a i n m e n t Lost Valley says Wear that ugly sweater sweater to good use. If you wear a holiday sweater on Lost Valleys Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, youll ski from noon to 5 p.m. weather permitting for onl y 15. P lan to participate in the group photo at noon and ski

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 11 Out About With Rachel Morin Songs and Sounds of the Season Story and photos by Rachel Morin You a Merry Christmas provided a merry ending to the concert. The last two songs put everyone in a joyful mood before adjoining to the parish hall, where the churchs O u t re a c h C o m m i t t e e treated everyone to a large assortment of home baked pies, cookies and beverages. Members of the committee baked pies and cookies for three days leading up to the

Page 12 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 Christmas at Victoria Mansion Castlebay to perform in Brunswick On Friday, December 19 at 730 p.m., Maines premier Celtic music duo, Castlebay, will drive cold winter away with joyous and mysterious seasonal songs and tunes from Ireland, Scotland and the British Isles, as well as their native New England. The duos Irish flute, Celtic harp, fiddle and guitar will be joined this year by a motley crowd of mummers who will perform a traditional play abou

December 18, 2014 Twin City TIMES Thursday, December 18 Public Meeting. 6 p.m. City Council Chambers, Auburn City Hall. The City of Auburn hosts this forum to discuss future options regarding solid waste and recycling services. Those unable to attend may comment at 3336670 or jbeebeauburnmaine.gov. Friday, December 19 Christmas Tree Sale. 4 to 6 p.m. Gray Mrktplace Plaza, Rte. 100, Gray. The Blue Liners Hockey Club sells trees to benefit the 26ers high and middle school hockey programs of SAD 1

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Page 16 Twin City TIMES December 18, 2014 Agencies discuss lead abatement efforts at press conference a plan to free local homes of hazardous substances, such as lead, and to cope with the medical, developmental and legal problems exposure to such substances can cause in young children. Partners involved in the effort have included the states U.S. Congressional delegation, the Maine Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Representatives were on hand to discuss the roles of various

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