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Lewiston Somali student wins statewide writing award

by Connor Regan on June 24, 2013

Fadumo Musse is believed to be the first to win the annual writing contest whose native language is not English, Maine Community College System spokeswoman Elly Chase said Friday. “It’s another indication of the hard work and success taking place in Lewiston schools,” he said. Her essay is moving and well written, Webster said. “To […]

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A Youth Camping Weekend in Acadia will conclude a summer of outings led by the Androscoggin Land Trust yoga weight loss ebook Learning to fish at Little Andy Park (Sun Journal Photo) Lewiston/Auburn, ME – Fifteen “street leaders”, counselors who have been working all summer at the Tree Street Youth Center, along with Julia Sleeper, […]

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Lewiston-Auburn joins Holyoke, MA and Providence, RI in feature on recreation in the Northeast US  The Androscoggin Land Trust (ALT) has been selected by the National Park Service to launch a creative summer program designed to connect Lewiston-Auburn’s young people to the region's diverse parks. The program includes two other New England cities, Holyoke, MA […]

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