Multi-use, heritage trail takes shape

MADRID — Volunteers were slated to work Aug. 21 and 28 on the first 2.5-mile segment of a proposed 35-mile large landscape, back country trail stretching from Strong to Oquossoc. read more

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Multi-use, heritage trail takes shape

Haley Pond Park pavers available

RANGELEY — The entrance to Haley Pond Park will be paved with blue stone pavers, the public can purchase and have engraved. There are three sizes and prices. “Become a permanent part of Rangeley’s welcoming tradition by purchasing an engraved bluestone paver,” a spokesperson for the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce said.

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Identifying trees ends workshop series

RANGELEY — Winona Badershall will lead a walk and talk on “Tree Identification,” Sunday, Aug. 29 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Wilhelm Reich Museum.

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Rangeley Ladies’/ Community Breakfast set

RANGELEY — The next Ladies’/Community Breakfast, with everyone invited to attend, will be Wednesday, Sept. 1 at The Country Club Inn, Country Club Road, from 7 to 9 a.m. Anyone with a special dietary need is urged to call in advance so restaurant staff can try to accommodate his or her needs

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Rangeley Ladies’/ Community Breakfast set