Ash Spreading on Woody Hill Plots

Thanks to the 5 Volunteers who helped spread ash on August 1, 2001. You can’t see them but Dave Borman, on Kabota, is dumping ash to Ron Ray’s dump truck (Cupsuptic Fabrication). The ash being transferred to another plot around the corner Here you see Dave Borman, Kabota owner, Oquossoc, delicately spreading the ash across the plot

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Ash Spreading on Woody Hill Plots

You helped make the Loppet a success

A huge “thank you” goes out to all the sponsors of the 14th Annual TD Bank Rangeley Lakes Loppet that was run March 5 at the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center, as well as the volunteers that made it all happen. read more

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You helped make the Loppet a success

Giving Tree lighting a great success, donations still sought

RANGELEY — According to organizers, the 23rd annual Lighting of the Giving Tree of Rangeley was a great success. Volunteers of The Giving Tree of Rangeley were warmly welcomed by the owners and staff of Parkside and Main for a pre-ceremony reception, helping the volunteers of the Giving Tree, angel, Santa and elf, keep warm and fortified before the lighting. read more

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Giving Tree lighting a great success, donations still sought

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