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A scholarship fundraiser is happening at the Turner Highlands on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 9 a.m. Anyone interested in playing in the tournament can enter for $50, which includes the green fee, golf cart and lunch. Sponsorships for each hole on the course are also available. To sign up as an individual or team, send an email to [email protected] Sign-up and payment are also accepted at Turner Highlands by Monday, Oct. 16.

The Cherie Sargent Memorial Scholarship will be given at graduation to a student from Leavitt Area High School in Turner and to a student from Buckfield Junior-Senior High School who is going on to college to major in business administration. Thank you again. — Rosita, no town

ANSWER: I hope all area golfers will come out in support of this scholarship fund. Even if you don’t play golf, sponsorship for holes on the course is requested. You can also simply come be a spectator to cheer everyone on.

Here’s hoping for perfect weather and for a day that honors the memory of Cherie Sargent, a beautiful and well-loved woman who passed away in 2015 after a long battle with colon cancer at the age of 43. A graduate of Buckfield Junior-Senior High School, Cherie received a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maine at Orono and later received her CPA. She served as the finance director for the town of Poland and was a soccer and softball coach for the town of Turner.

DEAR SUN SPOTS: I went to a very good craft show at Clover Manor on Friday, Sept. 29, and would like to get in touch with the person who makes the beautiful bracelets with magnetic closures. —No name, no town

ANSWER: I called the lovely people at Clover Health Care and within minutes they provided the information you’re after! Lisa Marshall is the creator of the bracelets you admired. This talented artist also makes necklaces, earrings and tiny trees from sterling silver, gold and silver-filled and copper components. She embellishes them with semi-precious gemstones, Swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls. Her business, 2 Blue Gems, can be found on Facebook and at www.2bluegems.com. She also has an online store at www.etsy.com/2bluegems. You can reach Lisa directly at 376-6442 or write to her at [email protected]

Lisa does custom orders and teaches classes, too. She will lead a workshop on how to create a “Tree of Life” pendant at Creative Artisans of Maine Fall Festival at Provencher’s Gift Shop at 299 River Road in Lewiston on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

There will be lots of other classes as well as some free activities at Provencher’s from Oct. 12-15. For more information about the festival or to purchase a ticket for a class, stop by the store, call Karen Pelletier at 713-4786, or go to Creative Artisans of Maine at Provencher’s Facebook page.

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