RFA Presents “Music from the Lake”

Down East Brass Rangeley Friends of the Arts has coordinated a joint venture with The Oquossoc Lady and Loon Lodge to bring the talented Downeast Brass to Rangeley for a unique evening on Tuesday, August 16 th .  Prior to arriving at the Loon Lodge dock aboard the historic boat (T he Oquossoc Lady) for an 8:15 PM public concert, the brass quintet will stop at several private parties along the lake shore. Tickets ($10) for the 45 minute presentation of “Music From The Lake” , on the lawn of Loon Lodge are available at the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce office on 6 Park Road or 864-5364.  Bring your chair or blanket and enjoy a gorgeous Rangeley sunset while listening to an evening of beautiful music.  Make reservations for an early dinner at Loon Lodge (865-5666) or just come for the concert at 8:15 PM; a cash bar will be available. The Downeast Brass is comprised of five highly experienced musicians from Southern and Central Maine.

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RFA Presents “Music from the Lake”

Verna Betts (1921 – 2011)

RANGELEY – Verna Betts, 89, of Rangeley passed away Saturday, June 4, 2011 at her home. She was born on Nov.

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Verna Betts (1921 – 2011)

Philbrick, Van Etten engaged

KINGSTON, N.Y.

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Philbrick, Van Etten engaged

Western Maine Market offering pick-up in Rangeley

RANGELEY – Western Maine Market, Franklin County’s online farmers’ market, now offers order pick-up at The Farmer’s Daughter in Rangeley. “Rangeley residents have been requesting better access to fresh local food. Thanks to the generous support of Nate and Jess Nichols at the Farmer’s Daughter and Ernie Gurney, a Rangeley resident who regularly commutes to

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