GREENE – Greene’s local access channel is being moved by Adelphia Cable Co. at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, May 25, from Channel 4 to Channel 7.

Thursday, May 27, a show, “On the Greene Line,” will broadcast a candidate’s night for residents concerning the June 8 primary ballot for Greene.

Meeting speaker

LEWISTON – Social worker Emily Ecker will be the featured speaker at the Tuesday, May 25, meeting of the Central Maine Medical Center Cancer Wellness and Support Group.

Ecker will discuss “Sound as a Tool for Healing” for people whose lives are touched by cancer.

Sound vibrations have been used for centuries as a way to connect with inner healing resources. The session will explore the use of energy centers, called chakras, and their corresponding tones, using crystal bowls, voice and song. Singing experience is not necessary.

The CMMC Cancer Wellness and Support Group is open to people living with cancer, as well as their spouses/partners, family members and caregivers.

The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the Isaacson Rooms (conference rooms F and G) in the 12 High Street Medical Office Building.

For more information, call CMMC oncology social worker Kerry Irish at 795-7118.

Rotary meeting

LEWISTON – The speaker at the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Club meeting at noon Thursday, May 27, at the Ramada Inn will be Pottle Hill Executive Director Bill McCoy. McCoy will speak about the programs under his direction.

Anyone interested in the program or in knowing more about Rotary is invited to attend. The cost of the luncheon is $8.

Cemetery group

TURNER – The annual meeting of the Turner Centerville Cemetery Association will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 6. All lot owners and relatives are invited to meet at the cemetery.


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