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This past Saturday (August 2) was an event to honor the 80th anniversary of Amelia Earhart’s visit to Maine. At Maine Instrument Flight they had a display about Earhart and a special focus on encouraging girls and women to learn to fly. One of the old newspaper photos in the display about Earhart’s visit to Augusta caught my attention. The caption on the photo did not identify the girl other than 'Augusta girl'. I asked if anyone knew who the little girl was in the photo? They said "probably just a local girl." Yes, but WHO is she?? Did she live in Augusta? Does she still? So. Many. Questions.
I love planes. One of the things I really like about living in Augusta because I get to see planes taking off and landing at the Augusta State Airport and Maine Instrument Flight. I also like things that encourage girls look at non traditions careers or hobbies they might love. So this event is right up my alley. This Saturday (August 2) the 80th anniversary of Amelia Earhart’s visit to Maine will be honored with an informational display about Earhart and a special focus on encouraging girls and women to learn to fly.
It is not big secret, I love TV! I always look forward to the new seasons of the shows and always am hopeful for the new shows. I am usually disappointed but a girl can dream. Here is the handy dandy premier calendar from TVGuide.com. Things start the week of September 7 with the BIG week being September 21.
The Red Cross says it is in need of blood donations. Summertime brings a significant drop in donations. In fact, New England has seen a 10 % drop in donations. Red Cross said there is particular need for types O-negative, B-negative and A-negative, all are encouraging all to donate.
The Maine State Museum is hosting Donn Fendler for a special exhibit remembering his survival after nine days alone on Mount Katahdin at age 12 in 1939. He will be signing copies of the book ‘Lost on a Mountain in Maine.’
The Amy Buxton Pet Pantry is now open and growing! The Amy Buxton Pet Pantry helps local pet owners with foods and supplies. That one gesture can make the difference between someone being able to keep their pet or having to give up that pet!
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