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Downtown Auburn Welcomes International Restaurant

Downtown Auburn Welcomes International Restaurant

International restaurant owner, entrepreneur and founder Nabin Naral could have started a business anywhere in the world. Having already opened multiple restaurants in Singapore and seeking to expand into new markets in Indonesia and Australia, Nabin couldn’t be more pleased with his first location in the United States and corner spot in downtown Auburn, Maine.  

“Opening a restaurant in America has been difficult, but will be worth it,” said Nabin.

Do you want to sing? Capture your 4 seconds of fame!

Do you want to sing?   Capture your 4 seconds of fame!

 Come to Renys in Topsham this Saturday, February 25th, at 9am Feb 25th

Or to Renys in Saco at 1pm…the same Saturday, February 25th...

 This might be the break you’ve waited for… on statewide TV!

Free Hospice Volunteer Training to Start in March

Free Hospice Volunteer Training to Start in March

 

CHANS Home Health Care Hospice and Volunteers Program is offering classes for individuals interested in becoming a Hospice Volunteer. The Volunteer Training Program will run for 10 consecutive weeks from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Thursdays beginning on March 1st in the conference room at the Hospice and Volunteer’s Building at 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. A completed application and pre-training interview is required before being admitted to the training program.

This free training prepares individuals to deal compassionately and sensitively with end-of-life issues in a volunteer capacity.

Downtown Auburn to Welcome International Restaurant

WHAT: International restaurant owner, entrepreneur and chef Nabin Naral could have started a business anywhere in the world. Having already opened multiple restaurants in Singapore and looking to expand into new markets in Indonesia and Australia, Nabin couldn’t be more pleased with his first location in the United States and corner location in downtown Auburn, Maine.  

WHERE: Narals Experience Arabia is located at 34 Court Street, Auburn, Maine 04210

WHEN: Tuesday, February 21st from 12:30 p.m.

Real Estate Thursday: Maine To Receive 21 Million Dollars From The National Mortgage Settlement

Real Estate Thursday: Maine To Receive 21 Million Dollars From The National Mortgage Settlement

 

This blog is taken from the www.nationalmortgagesettlement.com website that goes into great detail regarding the settlement.  My goal was to get the information out to those that may currently be underwater on their mortgage as there are streamlined solutions in place to assist homeowners through the settlement.  This blog is not a full explanation of the settlement.

Buy Local Wednesday - Featured Business "Bello In Home Salon"

Buy Local Wednesday - Featured Business "Bello In Home Salon"

 

Bello In Home Salon

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Maine Credit Unions ‘Keep ME Warm’ With $30,000 Contribution

Maine Credit Unions ‘Keep ME Warm’ With $30,000 Contribution

In response to an urgent need to help offset cuts to the federal low income Home Energy Assistance Program, known as LIHEAP, Maine’s credit unions made a collective contribution to the “Keep ME Warm” Program of $30,000.  The Keep ME Warm Program is a collaboration of the ten United Way organizations in Maine and the ten Community Action Programs.  The contribution will purchase nearly 9,000 gallons of fuel for families across Maine.

In presenting the check on behalf of Maine’s credit unions, John Murphy, President of the Maine Credit Union League, applauded the willingness of Maine’s credit unions to come together in a “cooperative effort.  Credit unions are located across Maine and have members in every community. To credit unions, helping members goes far beyond just providing financial services, it means so much more.  The opportunity to help families in communities throughout Maine heat their homes speaks directly to what credit unions are all about.