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MDIFW Information &Education Director to speak at January meeting.

The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at our clubhouse on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc. Our potluck dinner starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a brief business meeting, then our guest speaker. RRG&SA is pleased to welcome award winning Maine Guide, and current DIFW Information and Education director, Bonnie Holding as our guest speaker. Bonnie will share with us a new DIFW initiative called R3-recruit, retain, reactivate. This new program’s success will depend on collaboration with clubs and organizations such as RRG&SA. The public is always welcomed to attend our meetings and educational programs.

Bonnie Holding to speak at RRG&SA meeting

OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly meeting Thursday, Jan. 18, at its clubhouse on Old Skiway Road. The potluck dinner starts at 5:30 p.m., followed by a brief business meeting and then the guest speaker.read more

Rangeley Historical Society receives $10,000 grant

RANGELEY- The Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society has received a generous $10,000 grant from the H. King & Jean Cummings Charitable Fund. This grant, sponsored by the Maine Community Foundation, will help the Society by ensuring the position of a joint curator to work between the Historical Society’s two museums, the Rangeley History Museum and […]

RFA annual meeting open to public

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will hold its Annual Meeting Monday, Dec. 11 at 5 p.m. at the RFA Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main Street. The public is invited to attend to learn about the RFA and its mission

Bulldozer arson leads to arrest

SANDY RIVER PLANTATION – A Rangeley man has been arrested and charged with arson after he allegedly burned a bulldozer stolen from a local business. Both pieces of equipment were owned by Randy Cousineau of Strong. According to Fire Marshal’s Office Sgt. Joel Davis, additional charges against other individuals are anticipated. Franklin County Sheriff’s Office […]

Expanded and faster internet in Franklin County update

FRANKLIN COUNTY — In January, a collection of committed community and economic development groups throughout the county (The Opportunity Center of North Franklin County, Greater Franklin Development Council, Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments, The Rangeley Economic Opportunity Committee, and the Sandy River Business Association) pulled together to apply for state funds to support read more

Oquossoc Country Suites is open for business

Oquossoc Country Suites is open for business

OQUOSSOC — Oquossoc Country Suites opened its doors Friday, July 20 having held an open house July 19 with over 100 locals, business owners, friends and family coming out for the special event. Everyone got to meet the owners: Leon Narbonne and Erin Lavallee of Cape Cod, Mass., and the manager, Amber Gellman of Stratton.read more

Franklin County women indicted on theft, forgery charges

FARMINGTON — Two women from Jay and Phillips were formerly charged Thursday in separate cases involving theft of more than $10,000 each from a business and a road association. A Franklin County grand jury indicted Bobbie J. Dawes, 45, of Jay on a felony charge of theft by unauthorize…

Sandy River Realty welcomes new real estate agent

FARMINGTON – Coldwell Banker Sandy River Realty is pleased to welcome Gary Snow as its latest real estate agent. Gary successfully completed the education, testing and licensing procedures as required by the Maine Real Estate Commission and he has already started assisting clients with their real estate needs. Gary grew up in Rangeley and now […]

Movie Initiative Brings First-Run Movies back to Rangeley

Thank you for keeping The RFA Lakeside Theater as Rangeley’s movie house and center for entertainment, student programs and social activity.

All of the movie donors and volunteers showed their love for Rangeley through their undying support to bring first-run movies back to Rangeley. We are proud of our theater and our town and committed to making it the best it can be.

Thanks to you, everything is in place and beginning Memorial Day Weekend, 2018, first-run movies will be at our downtown theater.

It’s more than first-run movies. Your continued donations and support will help us afford the licensing fees that come with showing new movies, and will:

• Bring teenagers into town and offer them an uplifting social experience
• Light up Main Street and revitalize our downtown business district
• Give seniors and families accessible, low-cost entertainment
• Touch all of the lives that have made Rangeley such a special place for us to live, to work and to play.

To donate to this continuing program, please click the paypal button below.

Thank you to these Movie Initiative Donors!

Anonymous
Chris Astor
Carol & David Batchelder
Peter Bates
Joann Bean
Buddy Bergeron
Victor Block
Jeanne Blodgett
Ben & Jean Bowditch
Bill & Kathy Brittain
Ann Brooks
Ed & Beth Brunswick
John & Barbara Burgess
Patricia Butler
William & Judith Carter
Vince & Kathy Catrini
Claire & Donald Chase
John Chipchak
Claire Seidl & Jonathan Chodosh
Stephanie Chu-O’Neil
John & Lynn Conley
George & Debbie Crosson
Donald & Lynne Curtiss II
Mark Cyr
Diane Darnell
Nicole Lund & Bob Dea
Kate deLutio
Brian deLutio
Kathy Dennen
Hilde & Carlton Dodge
Joanne & Colin Doherty
Fred & Mary Dubay
Joanne Dunlap
Jamie & Beth Eastlack
Sarah Egerhei
Barbara Eller
Dave Ellinwood
Phil Engel
Brian Fersch
Festiva Charitable Fund
Forks in the Air
Russell & Tracy French
Douglas Friedman
Claudia Garner
Lynda & Wayne Gifford
Brian Voight & Judy Golin
Juliet Goodfriend

Marc Moreau & Juliet Goodfriend
Anne Marquis Gregory
Mary Ellen Grunther
Tom Guttmacher
Gordon Haley
Curt Haley
Chick & Mary Hembrow
Judith & Lyndall Hewey
Millie & Les Hoekstra
Kirby & Elaine Holcombe
Peggy Howard
Lisa Hugendubler
Hunter Cove on Rangeley Lake
In Memory of Barbara Meservey
David James
Arthur Joyce
James Kanak
Edward Kfoury
Janet Koob Alexander
Paul Kozolis
Michelle & Seth Laliberte
Robert & Robin Landis
Margaret & Norman Leblanc
Pam Lehman
Pamela & Arnold Lehman
Renee Levi
Janice & Lee Lewis
Dan Lyons
Rev. Tony & Jane MacNaughton
Don & Pam Mantovani
John McAlister
Ken & Sandy McDavitt
Robert & Susan McLellan
David Mcmillan
Salvatore Miceli
Tony Millington
Suzan Mitchell
Mary Ellen Moroney
Frank & Nina Morse
Scott & Nancy Morton
Cynthia Murray-Beliveau
Andrea Nadel
Tom & Dale Nagle
Terry Newmyer
Sabrina Nickerson

Michael Perreault
Sheridan Oldham & David Kretzing
Ellen Oppenheim
Oppenheim Family Fund
John & Birgitta Parker
Gary & Jackie PatnodeRangeley IGA
Rangeley Lakes Builders Supply
Brenda & Howard Reeve
Edward & Rochelle Reservitz
Laura & Paul Reynolds
Bill & Mary Richards
Bruce Roehrig
Chip & Andrea Rogers
Rick Rothman
Judy & Center Sanders
Elizabeth Schulte
Stephen & Leslie Schweber
Robert & Carol Scofield
S. Searle
Karen Sheingold
Nancy Skean & Judith Pfister
Martha Smith
Carolyn Smith
Tia Spagnulo
Nancy Spencer
Neil Swanton
Brooke Swearingen
Abbitt Sykes
Erica Talbert
Chris Talbert
Kevin & Dawn Therrien
Jeanne Thorvaldsen
William & Mary Angela Toms
John & Susan Tourtillotte
Kathleen Tressler
John & Kathleen Unipan
Robert & Diana Upham
Nicholas & Virginia Volkman
Gus & Deborah Wagner
Keith & Clare Webber
William Wegman
Rob & Jan Welch
Bob & Cheryl Wentworth
John Wetzel
Douglas Wootten
Valerie & Jeffrey Zapolsky

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