AUBURN — An informational public meeting will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13, at East Auburn Baptist Church, 560 Park Ave., about environmental cause, air pollution, contaminants, health issues as a result of, as well as effects on gardening, farming and outdoor animals.

For more event details or possible cancellation information contact Kim at 207-376-5404.

Public info and a march will be every Saturday at 1 p.m. at 1 Great Falls Plaza.

The main event, a peaceful demonstration march, will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, at 1 Great Falls Plaza.

Registration is open at KVCC

FAIRFIELD — Registration for the fall 2013 semester at Kennebec Valley Community College is underway for all students. The fall semester begins on Aug. 26 and ends Dec. 14.


Students are reminded that some classes fill up quickly, and are encouraged to register as early as possible. Many openings in popular programs and classes remain.

Students with registration questions should contact the Academic Affairs Office at 453-5119 or 453-5134. Current information is also posted at

To speak with a professional adviser or for more information about the admission process, contact the Advising Center at 453-5082 or the Admissions Office at 453-5035.

Nashville recording artists in concert

AUGUSTA — Maine Country Music Hall of Fame will present in concert Nashville Recording Artists Perley Curtis and Erin Hay at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, at the American Legion Post No. 205, 396 Eastern Ave., Route 17.

Curtis, a member of Maine Country Music Hall of Fame, was inducted in 2012, and was steel guitarist for Loretta Lynn for seven years. Hay has been dubbed as “New Queen of the Honky Tonk Angels” due to a wide following in the European/overseas market.

Also appearing will be other Maine Country Hall of Fame members, Fred “Tommy” Thompson, Al Doane, Bonnie Rairdon, Elton Record, Slim Andrews, Bing Crosby and Bob Elston. Proceeds will benefit Maine Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum which is in the lower level of the Silver Spur Dance Hall in Mechanic Falls.

Admission to the show is $10. For more information contact Nancy Crosby at 207-645-2472 or Slim Andrews at 207-795-1119.

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