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For the first time since the Ride-In’s inauguration, there will be no community gathering. The safety of all involved during this COVID-19 pandemic is a priority. We are, however, still holding the raffle. The Ride-In began in 1974 with the goal of raising funds to help build the Association’s first residential home to support adults with Developmental Disabilities - Horizons Unlimited and to purchase the first Activity Center on Waldo Street. Over the years, thanks to the generous and ongoing support from all of the Western Maine communities, the Ride-In generated funds to help build 4 additional residential homes, expand the day programs, purchase special lift equipped vans and so many more services to support individuals with disabilities. All of the Association’s opportunities to provide services can be directly tied back to the generous support that we’ve received from our community. Tickets will be sold now through February 1st. The drawing will be held on February 5th. Prizes include: Cash- $200, $100, $25 Gift Certificates- Western Maine Machines, What Not Shop, Briar Patch, Port to Port, Mountain Valley Variety, Naples Packing Company, Aubuchon Hardware, Carlisle’s, Walmart, Adley’s Auto Sales & Service, Dixfield Discount Fuel, and Dick’s Restaurant Gift Baskets and More!! Check out our website for a complete list and details.
Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: MLK/FBI [Documentary]: 1:30 & 6:30 Monster Hunter [PG-13]: 1:15, 4:15 & 7:00 One Night in Miami [R]: 4:00pm Only Promising Young Woman [R]: 1:00, 3:45, 6:45 Family/Pod Theater Rentals are available Fri. through Mon. 1pm, 4pm and 7pm. They are also available during vacation weeks. Please email email@example.com to find out more.
Business Planning, Small Business, If you own a business, now is the time to plan for what you will change for 2021. Most business owners quite naturally want to improve business performance over what they achieved in 2020. Doing the same thing you did in 2020 and expecting a different result will likely fail. Changes need to be made… but which changes? Deciding on which changes make sense for your business requires both a careful review of 2020 and an assessment of the likely financial impact that desired changes will have on your 2021 results.
Great Maine Outdoor Weekend, skis, snowshoes, fat bike