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Wednesday, February 7, 2018


Auburn – The Gift of Song provided by Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Lunch Club Carolers to residents of Schooner Estate during the holidays was a magical.  “The sounds of the season came alive with original radiations of holiday classics with fellowship and fun,” shared Club President, Monica Millhime. “Throughout this year, we want to recognize and appreciate the seniors in our community.”  Rotarians were grateful for the efforts of Jonathan Pollock, music teacher in Lisbon Schools to share his talents on guitar, and Joanne Bollinger with her angelic voice of leading the group throughout the performance.  Pictured (l-r, row 1 kneeling): Isaac and Ave Thorndike, Monique Roy, Peyton Wright, Lily Pollock.  Row 2:  Lorraine Bard, Giselle St. Amand, Sylvia Plourde, Morgan Thorndike, Joanne Bollinger, Jim Millhime, Claire Veilleux.  Row 3:  Monica Millhime, Phil Vampatella, Mike Kirk, Tim Verrill, Tom MacDonald, Bethel Shields, Erin Pollock, Gabriel Pollock, Wendy Russell, Shawn Wright and Jonathan Pollock.  “Thank you so much for having us on your list of places to play,” commented Mark Prevost, Resident Services Director for Schooner Estates.  “I heard so many great comments about the Rotary Club’s show here at Schooner Estates. The Tenants all said what an enjoyable evening it was. They all said your group had lots of fun and spirit in them and it showed.  Please keep us in mind in the future.”  L-A Rotary Lunch Club meets every Thursday, noon to 1 p.m. at The Village Inn, Auburn.  FMI visit  Visiting Rotarians and community guests are always welcome. 

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