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C EB EL 16 Years RATI N G T WIN C ITY TIMES Your Hometown Newspaper Since 1999 November 27, 2014 FREE LewistonAuburns Weekly Newspaper FREE Vol. XVI, No. 35 Holiday Celebration has new parade route Event organizers have made a change in the previously announced parade route for the annual Tw i n C i t i e s H o l i d a y Celebration on Wednesday, December 3. Beginning at 6 p.m., the parade will start from the parking area at Great Falls Plaza in Auburn. From there, it will go to Turner

Page 2 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 Newsmakers, Names Faces Lisbon H.S. names Students of the Quarter Lisbon High School Principal Nicholas Gannon named the four recipients of the Students of the First Quarter Award during a schoolwide assembly on Tuesday, November 18. Christopher Norman and freshman Bradley Harriman. Holmes is the daughter of Erin and Josh Holmes of Lisbon Falls. Relatively new to the Lisbon school community, she has become involved in Norman is the son of Catherine an

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 3 Saint Doms student performs with PYSO Saint Dominic Academy same weekend as the PYSOs senior Ryan Spooner played Fall Concert, he played violin recently in Portlands with the pit orchestra for Merrill Auditorium. He Edward Little High Schools got that rare opportunity as production of L egall y a member of the Portland Blonde. His hard work has Youth Symphony Orchestra PYSO, which presented its produced impressive results. annual Fall Concert at the v

Page 4 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 Continued from page 1 Franco K. of C. presents take outonly Bean Supper pint of coleslaw, four buns, four slices of bologna and four slices of ham, will be 10 a Basic Pint Package, including one pint of beans, a half pint of coleslaw and two buns, will be 6 and the Works Pint Package, including one pint of beans, a half pint of coleslaw, two buns, three slices of bologna and three slices of ham, will be 8. Also available will be a la carte options, i

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 5 Enough is Enough Republicans must continue to listen to the voters By Robert E. Macdonald MAYOR OF LEWISTON They remain in denial. They still cant understand what happened on Tuesday, November 4. Voters across the country disposed of the powerful, not through violence, but by applying the rule of law passed down by our Founding Fathers through the ballot box. The Maine Republican Party is slapping itself on the back for a great statewide victory at th

Page 6 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 Moxie Festival Theme Contest Transgender authoractivist to speak at Bates Speaker, cultural L y l e a n d M o c k s Best Sellers List Mock c o m m e n t a t o r a n d discussion will address has been featured on transgender activist t h e c o m p l e x i t i e s o f CNNs Piers Morgan Janet Mock will join managing intersectional Live, The Colbert Bates College professor identities how various Report and Melissa T imothy Ly le for a identities, such

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 7 GREATER LEWISTONAUBURNS 20TH ANNUAL YOUR VOTES ARE IN BEST BUSINESSES FOR 2014 INDICATES NUMBER OF YEARS AS WINNER 37 PARK ST. LEWISTON 600 CENTER ST. AUBURN 1524 MINOT AVE. AUBURN 775 WASHINGTON ST. AUBURN 675 MAIN ST. LEWISTON 1122 CENTER ST. AUBURN 95 LINCOLN ST. LEWISTON 120 CENTER ST. AUBURN 490 PLEASANT ST. LEWISTON 78 LISBON ST.. LISBON 541 LISBON ST. LEWISTON 1975 LISBON ST. LEWISTON 120 CENTER ST. AUBURN 87 MILL ST. AUBURN 391 MAIN ST. LEWI

Page 8 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 CareerCenter to host Job Fair The Lewiston CareerCenter will host a Job Fair on Monday, December 1 from 9 to 11 a.m. at its building at 5 Mollison Way in Lewiston. All employers attending will be hiring and more than 200 jobs will be available. E m p l o y e r s participating will include Advocates for Children, Assistance Plus, Bonney Staffing Center, Creative Work S y stems, F isher Agencies, Labor Ready, NA M I M a i n e, Ne s t l e Waters of North

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 9 Chamber After Hours at the 2014 Kora Shrine Feztival of Trees MSAD 52 offers CNA class MSAD 52 Adult and Community Education of Turner, Greene and Leeds has openings for its next CNA class starting in early December. The course is designed to provide students with the experience and skills needed to become Maine State Certified. Candidates must have an interest in the health care field and be dedicated, hard working, reliable and compassionate. The fe

Page 10 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 Advocates for Children presents Holiday Fest Advocates for Children will present its 2014 Holiday Festival for Children on Saturday, December 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Saint Dominic Academy, 121 Gracelawn Drive in Auburn.The featured entertainer will be Rick Charette at 1015 a.m., but also performing will be juggler Will Silvers at 930 a.m., Sparks Ark at 1130 and 1210, and a demo team from Pelletiers Karate Academy at 1230 p.m. Also on hand will be

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 11 MCHO elects Board of Directors Over 3,8000 members o f M a i n e C o m mu n i t y Health Options MCHO recently voted to elect nine of their own to serve on the health plans inaugural memberled board of directors. As a consumer operated and oriented health insurance plan COOP, MCHO is led by a board of memberled directors who provide oversight and governance for the COOP. Our COOP structure allows our members to have a strong voice in the direction and

T WIN C ITY We e k l y A r t s E n t e r t a i n m e n t Pianist Richard Goode to perform at Bates to lieder and concertos. In 1993, he became the first American pianist to release a recording of the complete Beethoven sonata cycle, which garnered widespread critical acclaim and earned him a Grammy nomination. He won a Grammy in 1983 with clarinetist Richard Stoltzman for their recording of Brahms clarinet sonatas. A founding member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Goode focused

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 13 Next Comedy Night at Guthries The program will be hosted by the Coops Will Green. Known for an easygoing storytelling style that he uses to share hilarious tales from a seemingly simple life, Green released his first album, Feed People, in September. All proceeds from the albums sales will support programs to feed the needy in his home state of Michigan. The album is available through his website at www.WillGreenMakesJokes.com. The show is open to all

Page 14 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 UU Theater presents Holiday Drag Show APL programs feature Russian nesting dolls time participants will learn about the matryoshka doll and her traditional Russian dress and customs. After this presentation, an optional handson workshop will provide participants, ages 6 through adult, with a unique opportunity to paint an authentic Russian nesting In partnership with the Camden Conference, Auburn Public Library will present two programs on the traditi

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Page 15 Pathway Vineyard presents annual Nativity Pathway Vineyard Church, located at 12 Foss Road in Lewiston, will present their 18th annual community Christmas Nativity event from Thursday, December 11 through Saturday, December 13, when the church will open its campus for a live presentation of the Christmas Nativity story. Now a holiday tradition for thousands of Central Maine residents, this years event will include drama, cultural music, dance and live

Page 16 Twin City TIMES November 27, 2014 Basketball standout to play for CMCC Continued from page 11 MCHO business owner, she has been empowered by MCHO to provide quality health insurance benefits to her employees at a manageable cost. She resides in Portland. Peter Phair. Phair is a senior trainer for mental health first aid with NAMI Maine. As a member of the board, he hopes to have the opportunity to contribute to the incorporation of behavioral health concerns as they relate to healt

November 27, 2014 Twin City TIMES Thursday, November 27 Thanksgiving Dinner. 1 p.m. Litchfield Sportsmens Club, Hallowell Rd., Litchfield. The club provides the turkey, potatoes, gravy and beverages you bring a side dish or dessert. Free and open to everyone. No food signup or RSVP required. 7370920. Theater Its a Wonderful Life. 730 p.m. Theater at Monmouth. Tickets for this special preview performance are only 10. Bring a nonperishable food item for the Monmouth Food Pantry. 9339999 www.theat

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