Bob Harmon to Receive Distinguished Citizen Award

Boy Scouts of America to Host Dinner Honoring Distinguished Citizen

Pine Tree Council, Boy Scouts of America President Peter Ventre and the Distinguished Citizen Award Committee are pleased to announce the recipient of the 33rd Annual Distinguished Citizen Award, Robert Harmon, President and CEO of Norway Savings Bank.  The Distinguished Citizen Award honors Harmon as an outstanding individual for his support to the youth of Maine and the community.

Harmon has worked in financial services for over 30 years and joined Norway Savings Bank in 2000. He serves on the boards of Bridgton Academy, Norway Savings Bank and Western Maine Health.

Pine Tree Council Executive, Anthony Rogers stated that, “Bob was selected to be recognized as our 2010 Distinguished Citizen because he exemplifies the Scout Oath and Law in his everyday life.  The annual Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner is one of our most prestigious events of the year.

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The St. Luke Players Present Third Musical

The St. Luke Players and Friends present "Go Out Singing", a musical by Broadway writers Hank Beebe and Bill Heyer under the artistic direction of Nancy Beebe with choreography by Linda Ford. "Go Out Singing" is a musical about the leaders of the early church and how they defied the Roman Empire with the power of love.

It is based primarily on the Acts of the Apostles, which describes the struggles of those early Christians who spread the word even as they experienced the turmoil of their own doubts and the persecution from the Romans. Although the subject is serious, the music and dance numbers assure a very entertaining evening.

This is the 30th anniversary of the Maine premiere of "Go Out Singing" which took place here at St. Luke's Cathedral in Portland. It is also the third musical in the Beebe trilogy about the beginnings of Christianity. "Foster Father" and "A Remarkable Mary" are the first two musicals in the trilogy. They were performed recently by the St.

Sinatra Night at Dunegrass

Sinatra Night at Dunegrass

Mark Randisi "The Sounds of Sinatra" returns
to Dunegrass Country Club on October 15th!

Tickets: $55 MEMBERS Dinner & Dancing
            $60 PUBLIC Dinner & Dancing
            $25 Dancing

call (207) 934-4513 to purchase your tickets.

IN CONCERT * JEFF DANIELS October 22, 2010

IN CONCERT * JEFF DANIELS October 22, 2010
Jeff Daniels has had an interesting life journey thus far. He's had an extremely accomplished screen career with lead roles in Woody Allen's "The Purple Rose of Cairo" and "The Squid and the Whale."
This well known actor also has a great voice,good command of the guitar, and, especially, a way with song-writing.
Don't miss his appearance at The Landing at Pine Point for an intimate and captivating performance. Take a listen by clicking on the link below. Detail on the show coming soon but tickets are on sale now!
21+ | NO MINORS.
Premier: $30
General: $25
Mezz: $20

A $2.50 processing fee will be added to each ticket sale
21+|No Minors|No refunds


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Join us for a Fall Foliage Cruise of Potts Harbor!

Sunday October 10, 2010

12 PM from Cook's Lobster House on Bailey Island

This 1 hour and 45 min. narrated cruise will depart Cook's Lobster House on Bailey Island at 12:00 PM and cruise through Potts Harbor, past Eagle Island and Haskell Island, with a peek at Mackerel Cove. (Note: Bailey Island can be reached by car from the Brunswick area by taking Rt. 24 South from Cook's Corner)
Adults- $15.50
Seniors- $13.00
Children- (Age 5-9)- $7.25


Join us for a Fall Foliage Cruise on Casco Bay!

Sunday October 10, 2010

10 AM from Portland

Take this 1 hour and 45 minute cruise up to Bailey Island and learn the history of Casco Bay as we cruise past lighthouses, forts, foliage, and turn-of-the-century summer colonies. Enjoy a leisurely layover for dining on Down East cuisine at Cook's Lobster House before a 2:00 PM departure back to Portland. (Lunch is not included in ticket price.)
Adults- $24.50
Seniors- $21.25
Children- (Age 5-9)- $11.00


Elect-mayor backers plan Maine news conference

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- Supporters of the citywide ballot proposal to directly elect Portland's mayor are taking their case to the public.

The Portland Community Chamber and the Elect Our Mayor campaign are holding a news conference Tuesday in support of Question 1 on the city's ballot. It asks Portland voters if they want to directly elect their mayor for a 4-year term. Currently, the City Council selects one of its members for a one-year term.

Supporters say direct election of a mayor ensures accountability to voters, sustained leadership and a strong advocate in City Hall.

But opponents say the present system works fine and electing a mayor would cost taxpayers more at a time city services are being cut.