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Spaghetti Dinner to Benefit Residents at Home, Hope and Healing this Saturday [Audio]
Spaghetti Dinner to Benefit Residents at Home, Hope and Healing this Saturday [Audio]
How about having some spaghetti, meatballs, garlic bread and salad while helping people live a better life? Pretty simple. It's a win/win and that's just what's happening this Saturday at the Lighthouse Ministry Center on High Street in Oakland. Alison from Home, Hope and Healing was in to talk with the Moose Morning Show. Listen to what she has to say!
Celebrity Waiter Dinner Features Gary Crocker Hosting, Channel 8’s Katie Thompson Rapping, The Great Gatsby and More! [Video]
Celebrity Waiter Dinner Features Gary Crocker Hosting, Channel 8’s Katie Thompson Rapping, The Great Gatsby and More! [Video]
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...
Are You Stuck in a Rut Making the Same Meals Over + Over?
Are You Stuck in a Rut Making the Same Meals Over + Over?
Earlier today Lynn said, “I’m bored of cooking,” and then began to look up recipes on-line. Either we didn’t have all of the ingredients to make what she wanted to try or the dish was too time-consuming so we reverted back to our comfort zone and made spaghetti. Is your family like ours? Because of having children and trying to please everyone in the house along with how busy we are, we tend to ma
Community Comes Out Friday Night to Support Cony Football [GALLERY]
Community Comes Out Friday Night to Support Cony Football [GALLERY]
The Cony High School Celebrity Waiter Dinner was Friday night at the Calumet Club in Augusta and was very well attended by people out for a great time in support of a great program! Let me say in opening that all the amazing photos were taken by Deanna and Mark Walker, two amazing Augusta schools supporters and terrific photographers who work as a team on everything they shoot.