L-A This Week

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MONDAY

LEWISTON — Election talk, “Too Polarized? Too Sensitive: Historical Lessons for a Divided America” by Bowdoin College assistant professor of government Jeffrey Sellinger, 7 p.m., Bates College, Pettengill building, Room G52, public welcome.

LEWISTON — School Committee, 6:45 p.m. at Montello Elementary School. Agenda: enrollment report, budget timeline, redistricting and facilities committees report.

LEWISTON — Talk at Bates College, “Immigration in Maine: Past and Future,” by Columbia Law School faculty and former Maine Attorney General Jim Tierney, 7:30 p.m., Muskie Archives, 70 Campus Ave.

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TUESDAY

LEWISTON — Lewiston Schools Redistricting Committee meeting, 4:30 p.m., Dingley Building, 36 Oak St.

AUBURN — Talk “Viruses in the News,” about Ebola and enterovirus, by Dr. Lisa Torgerson, family medicine physician with Central Maine Medical Center.  Torgerson will talk about what’s real, what’s not, how to protect yourself and your family, 7 p.m., Auburn Public Library, free and open to the public.

THURSDAY

LEWISTON — Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce panel discussion, “Energy Savings: There are Options,” 8-10:30 a.m., Chamber office, 415 Lisbon St. Some of Maine’s prominent energy organizers will explain volatility of market, steps businesses can take. Panelists are representatives from Central Maine Power, Efficiency Maine, Optimal Energy Group, Usource Energy. To register call chamber at 783-2249, or www.androscoggincounty.com.

FRIDAY

LEWISTON — Inaugural “Run Like Hell” 5K and costume party hosted by United Way of Androscoggin County and held at Franco-American Heritage Center. Event kicks off at 5:30 p.m. by Tinpanic Steel Band, run begins at 6:30. After the run, Time Machine cover band will play during the costume party. Actors from “How to Kill A Zombie” will attend.

SUNDAY

AUBURN — Public presentation about Edward Little High School and the community, 1 p.m., at the school. The New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges accreditation team will explore whether the high school should continue to be accredited. Public asked to show support.

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