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TRAIL RIDERS OF TODAY
14TH ANNUAL SLEIGH RALLY

Former participants in Trail Riders of Today (TROT’s) Sleigh Rally.
Trail Riders of Today (TROT) will be holding their 14th Annual Sleigh Rally on Sunday, February 14th. This event will be taking place with or without snow.
The Beem Farm on Route 100 in Palmyra will host the Trail Riders of Today's annual sleigh rally starting at 10 AM. Registration for participants begin at 9 AM and the first unhooked class begins at 10 AM. TROT hopes to have a sleigh or wagon to give rides to spectators, for a small fee. Food and warm beverages will be available in the heated garage on the farm. Come watch as participants drive around in either sleighs or wheeled carts in flat arena classes. During the classes participants will compete against one another. Their driving skills and the horses looks and skills will be judged. There will also be timed classes in obstacle courses and a marathon course around the farm. For more information or directions contact 949-1962 or 368-5710. Participation is open to anyone with any size horse and cart/sleigh.





RIPLEY EXTENSION TO RAFFLE OFF
A HOMEMADE QUILT IN JUNE


Ripley Extension members have completed a quilt that will be a part of a fundraiser for the organization. The quilt top was made by the oldest member of the group, Joyce Wintle, who also helped to assemble and tack it. Raffle tickets will be sold by members and the winner will be drawn on Saturday, June 25th during Ripley’s 200th birthday celebration. For more information contact Dot Hutchins at 277-3465 or Marita Farrar at 277-5841.



BOSTON POST CANE PRESENTED
TO OLDEST CITIZENS
 The Boston Post Cane was presented to St. Albans oldest citizen Velma “Binga” Sawyer, and Ethel Florence Byram Taylor of Palmyra.
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HALFTIME AT THE MOOSEHEAD LAKE TOGUE DERBY
The 9th Annual Moosehead Lake Togue Derby with Ricky Craven is not over,
but has come to a dramatic pause.

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CENTRAL MAINE EGG FESTIVAL
SEEKING VOLUNTEERS
The Central Maine Egg Festival is organizing for the up and coming 2016 festival, which is the 44th Anniversary of the Central Maine Egg Festival.
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SEBASTICOOK VALLEY CHAMBER
ANNOUNCES 2016 AWARD WINNERS
The Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce will be holding their Annual Chamber Award Ceremony and Banquet on February 17th
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WILDERNESS TRACKING WALK TO BE HELD IN UNITY
Learn to decipher the clues left behind with naturalist Trevanna Frost Grenfell and Sebasticook Regional Land Trust from 9 AM to 12 PM on February 14th.
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