Hearts for Human rights is happening at the Calumet Club in Augusta on Friday (Feb. 13) night starting at 6. It's sponsored by the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine and promises to be a great time!
Augusta Businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Roger Pomerleau and I were The Great Gatsby and Mini-Gatsby, respectively. The theme was the roaring twenties and all of the waiters and many of the guests were dressed in period costume. It is a night that people look forward to every year and this year's event was sold out a couple of months before it even happened...
Augusta Recreation is offering some GREAT soccer instruction and a chance for area teens (grades 1-6) to play in an indoor/outdoor program this spring! Marcio Biasuz and Peter Fortunato joined us this morning to talk soccer, thongs, sunglasses and more!
In case you haven't heard, today will be the first and only opportunity for the public to take complete tours of the new hospital on the Old Belgrade Road in Augusta. Tours will run from 1 to 4 and I'll be broadcasting there from noon to 2! Come see what all the talk's been about!
"Keep the Wheels Rollin'," is what the show's called. We're talking about the wheels that deliver meals to shut-ins all over central Maine. These are people who look forward to, not just the meal, but also, the company. Honestly, with government cutbacks, too many are on a waiting list.