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GUILFORD FALL
HARVEST FESTIVAL
The Annual Fall Harvest Festival in Guilford is scheduled for Saturday, September 27th.
The Guilford Historical Society has held an annual harvest fundraiser event since being established in 1983. This year's festivities start at noon. GHS will offer free hayrides, grilled hot dogs and beverages for sale. The Society will be open to the public from 12 to 3 PM for a bake sale and craft items will be for sale.
Across the road from GHS, there will be live outdoor music featuring the Roy Hudson Band from 2 to 6 PM in the Braeburn Lot at the Red Maple Inn with open restaurant and lounge, hosted by Martha Ward and Paul Zimmerman. At 7 PM, there will be a guided Cemetery Tour at Elmwood Cemetery on Elm Street with hayride and luminaries. Bring your family and friends to Guilford for an enjoyable festival.
The Society will be open on Friday, September 26th during the PCHS Annual Homecoming Parade. Thank you for your support of the Guilford Historical Society.
For more information or to make a donation, please contact Cindy Woodworth, GHS Secretary at 217-0963 or email butterwood198@gmail.com.



SEBASTICOOK VALLEY HEALTH PLANS ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR
AND BREAST CANCER AWARENESS WALK
Sebasticook Valley Health (SVH) will host its annual Community Health Fair on Saturday, October 18th from 9 AM to 12 PM at Maine Central Institute’s Wright Gym in Pittsfield. With the theme of “Celebrating Traditions of Care,” this year’s fair will also host the 20th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Admission to both events is free.
The Community Health Fair is also planning to provide seasonal flu shots for adults at least eighteen years old, nutrition education, drug identification, hands-only CPR/Pet CPR instruction, senior resources, health screenings, and local health services offered throughout the community. Every year, the SVH Breast Cancer Awareness Walk raises money for the Nancy Stone Fund, which provides free mammograms and other breast health services to area women who cannot afford these services due to lack of insurance or underinsurance.
The adult flu shot clinic will provide seasonal flu shots for $25 per person or free when you show Medicare card. Anyone interested in receiving a flu shot is requested to wear a short-sleeve shirt.
For more information, please contact Laurie Alexander at 487-3890 extension 2731.



A MATTER OF BALANCE PROGRAM TO BE OFFERED THIS FALL
Fear of falling can be just as dangerous as falling itself.
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MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE TO
HOLD ANNUAL ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

Maine Central Institute will hold its Fifth Annual Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony during Homecoming Weekend on Saturday, September 20th at 5 PM in MCI’s Trustee Memorial Student Center.
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BE AMONG THE NEARLY 60,000 PEOPLE
WHO VISIT THE COMMON GROUND FAIR
One of the most popular events in a Maine autumn
is the Common Ground Country Fair.
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NEWPORT CULTURAL CENTER
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY SPARKLE
The Newport Cultural Center (NCC) Friends of the Library is excited to announce that they have been chosen by the Sparkle 2014 committee the participate again this year. This will be their fifth year joining the cause.
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AREA AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVES
During National Preparedness Month, the Red Cross reminds
Americans to take simple steps to get ready for emergencies
in their homes, workplaces and communities.
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