June 2014 Publisher's Note

"In the good old summertime, in the good old summertime.” What could be a greatercombination to kick off summer than music and ice cream!Remember how in the Music Man Harold Hill taught the school board to sing “Ice Cream/Sincere” as a barbershop quartet? “Ice… Cream!”

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May 2014 Publisher's Note

Welcome to our Women of Influence and Mother’s Day Issue. In our first Prime Mover story, we take an inside look at Ann LePage, the First Lady of Maine. Read about Ann’s passion for seniors and our veterans. You will also read about Ann’s mother Rita DeRosby, who lives at the Blaine House, too.

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April 2014 Publisher's Note

Maine and its wonderful beauty has been an inspiration to many artists. James Maguire is no exception. Enjoy the first Prime Mover article which shares some of his great works of art.

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March 2014 Publisher's Note

Maine is one of the most heavily forested states in the nation with an abundance of natural resources. We are known for an expansive coastline, lobsters, the “LLBean-like" lifestyle, our great outdoors, and the small town “feeling of community”; all of which have enriched our lives here. Given the fact that we have one of the lowest crime rates in the nation and great health care and other retirement assets, no wonder semi-retired andretired folks choose Maine as a place to call home. In addition, most of us who already live here, prefer to stay put . . . exempting a few months in our long Maine winters.

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