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Volunteers Remove Snow From Tennis Courts in Caribou

Volunteers Remove Snow From Tennis Courts in Caribou

| March 24, 2015

Two volunteers in Caribou are trying to help speed up the melting process and get some of the school Athletes outside sooner. There was over four feet of snow on parts of the Caribou tennis courts and Caribou Track. Thanks to Curtis Richards and Doug Plourde most of the snow has been removed and that […]

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Maine Winter Sports Center Funding

Maine Winter Sports Center Funding

| March 20, 2015

The Maine Winter Sports Center runs programs throughout the year. Funding for the Maine Winter Sports Center has changed over the years. At one time the Libra Foundation was the major source of funding for MWSC, but last year Libra and Maine Winter Sports parted ways and they no longer supply funding for the organization. […]

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Maine Winter Sports Center’s Mission

Maine Winter Sports Center’s Mission

| March 19, 2015

The Maine Winter Sports Center is much more then just winter events. Andy Shepard the President¬†of MWSC says the organization focuses on all four seasons.   Shepard:” Maine Winter Sports Center has programs for 10 years old all the way up the 90’s year round and Statewide.¬† It includes mountain bikings canoing, kayaking, the sexy […]

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Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 3

Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 3

| March 18, 2015

The Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle continues to look for more funding for the venue. Paul Towle is the President of the Club and says fund raising for the venue can be a challenge. “About a year ago the separation was official and that Nordic Heritage Center is it’s own entity now and Maine […]

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Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 2

Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 2

| March 18, 2015

The Fort Kent Outdoor Center has a new name, but the same mission. Even though they have changed their name they are still keeping the name of a very important part of their history “The Tenth Mountain Lodge operationg at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center,” said Carl Theriault of Fort Kent Outdoor Center. “The reason […]

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