LEWISTON – Kora Temple Shrine Center will sponsor pediatric orthopaedic screening clinics on Saturday, May 13, for referral to Shriners Hospitals for Children. No appointments are necessary.

The clinics are open to children up to age 18 with congenital or acquired conditions of the bones, muscles and joints. Parents/guardians attending a clinic should bring the following information: birth certificate, immunization record, divorce decree, adoption papers, custody and guardianship orders.

Shriners Hospital medical care is provided at no cost thanks to the Shrine Fraternity, the Shriners Hospitals Endowment Fund and donations from the public.

The clinics will be as follows:

Lewiston: Kora Shrine, 9 a.m. to noon.

Biddeford: Southern Maine Medical Center, 1 Medical Center Drive, Tony Gordon, 284-8134.

Brunswick: Mid-Coast Hospital, 123 Medical Drive, Avon Libby, 725-2058.

Farmington: Franklin Memorial Hospital, Outpatient, 129 Hospital Drive, Edwin Inness, 864-2614 or Donald Morton, 864-347.5

Bridgton: Bridgton Masonic Lodge, Route 117, Roland Hiscock, 583-4980.

Lewiston: Central Maine Medical Center, Family Practice, 76 High St., William Walton, 375-0915.

Dixfield: Masonic Lodge, David Saphier, 357-4560.

Portland: Mercy Health Center, Primary Care, 616 Forest Ave., Freeman Ethridge, 846-3244 or James Bouchard, 934-5668.

Skowhegan: Redington-Fairview Hospital, 46 Fairview Ave., Carlton Swett, 474-2844, or Leonard Carr, 654-2029.

Windham: Windham High School, 406 Gray Road, Robert Miele, 655-4134.

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