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Shelly Couture & Renee Nelson
Shelly Couture & Renee Nelson

Help Out The Maine Cancer Foundation ‘Tri for a Cure’ + Get Some Great Food at the China Dine-ah

Shelly Couture of Augusta, who has been taking part in the Maine Cancer Foundations 'Tri for a Cure' for the past 4 years had set out hoping to raise $25,000. She is currently within $2000 of reaching that fundraising goal. With your help today (April 11) that goal just may be reached.

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Jon with daughter Michelle and her beau, Jeremy
Jon with Michelle and Jeremy

Third Wheel is a Part Jon James Plays Well + Often

Marie Anne works all night so, when I'm ready to do something, she's often times sleeping or getting ready for work. It was like this all through the kids' childhood and is that way again now that the kids are adults. But now, instead of the kids going with me like they did when they were little, they let me tag along with them!

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Red Barn sign

Great People Don’t Compete, They Cooperate…A True Central Maine Story

When the owners of two of central Maine's most popular restaurants happen upon each other, rather than walk the other way, they approach each other to share ideas and offer whatever help the other can give. Laura Benedict of the Red Barn and Norm Elvin of the China Dine-ah are two of a kind when it comes to business. Priority ONE is not about making money but helping others....even if it's your competition!

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Norm on 92 Moose
Norm joins us on the Moose Morning Show

“How To Run A Restaurant For Dummies,” and the Rest is History…But Wait, There’s More!

When Norm Elvin decided to buy the old China True Value hardware store, he wasn't sure what he'd do with it.  He owned it, it had possibilities, but for what?  When the idea of a new sit-down eatery came up, he picked up a book called "Running A Restaurant For Dummies," and The China Dine-ah was born....

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Me in a Dude Ear hat
They let me borrow a "Dude The Dine-ah Dog" hat!

My Favorite Places, a Series, Starting with The China Dine-ah, Five-Years-Old Today

There are certain places that feel "right."  Not that others feel wrong but, rather, some make you feel at home, as though you belong.  First on my list is, and this won't surprise anyone who has listened to me for any period of time, The China Dine-ah.

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