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    This is from our Christmas concert. I sent the bit about the organ and organist in case you might look at his Bio if it is there. Pat in Maine

    The "Concerts at Jewett" Series sponsored by University of Maine at Augusta College of Arts and Sciences and UMA Senior College will present "A Christmas Concert: Downeast Brass with Jay Zoller, Organist" on Sunday, December 18, 2016, 2PM at the South Parish Congregational Church, 9 Church Street, Augusta.

    For years South Parish Congregational Church and its fine organist, Jay Zoller, have shared their magnificent organ with the public in a special holiday concert featuring the Downeast Brass Quintet. For the past few years, Concerts at Jewett has been happy to join them in co-sponsoring this event.

    A ticket to this festive concert would make a wonderful Christmas gift!

    Mr. Zoller plays the historic 1866 E. & G. G. Hook Organ for services and concerts. He comes to South Parish with long experience in church music and recital playing.

    The Downeast Brass has performed in many New England settings. Audiences have enjoyed these fine Maine performers on the concert stage, at weddings, festivals, and on parade. Their wide range of musical styles makes them the preferred musical choice for many occasions.

    6 days ago
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    Hi there, I raked leaves for three hours and I walked the rail trail for an hour. Woo-Hoo.
    We will have heavy rain so I did not go to the Y I raked from 1 pm to 4 pm . Dh came out to put them in the bags. It looks great we have none to come down but the weather is Feisty. HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    8 days ago
    We use a propane stove. It is perfect. there is no electricity bill to pay. It has a Carbon monoxide sensor, it has a very accurate automatic temperature gauge it switches it off and comes back on automatically. It is beautiful, ours is a cream color and it has the lovely flames over the logs, they are the propane burning. On cold nights it will come on itself. Last week we used it and we turned it down but I did not go to stop. I did not want to switch it off. We were sleeping and our GD tapped on our door and said the fire was on. I thanked her for doing it. We do not need ambiance but we like to be warm.
    It is a JOTUL made in Sweden I think, Scandinavia for sure. It imports in to South Portland Maine. We have had it since the summer the ice storm came to Maine 98 I do believe it was that year. Hugs Pat in Maine. emoticon
    23 days ago
    Sorry you had to cut your vacation short.
    I'm in Port Orange, FL (Volusia County). Just south & inland from Daytona Beach. Not in the evacuation zone. I'm on a hospital grid for power.
    I'm in FL since 1970. I know how to stay safe & ride it out.
    62 days ago
    My knee is the worst pain but there is no Arthritis and my knee looks good but I have torn my meniscus so it has to be repaired with a scope. It has to be general anesthetic and there will be three small incisions. I think he does robotics. He has done one shoulder a long time ago the Rotator cuff. I need another one I can handle that.
    That takes time but I have to have a trapezoid-ectomy and that is the longest. The bone above my thumb has to be removed and a piece of my tendon is packed in. It is six weeks minimum and I have to have my bound to my body.
    There must be more too it but the knee is the day after my Birthday. My pre-op is on my birthday. I hope to eat out with my walking buddies. I choose the restaurant and they pay my bill. COOL. We all do it that way, Pat in Maine.((((HUGS))))
    69 days ago
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