Jackie Ouellette of Lewiston loads up a to-go container Tuesday with Luigi’s spaghetti and meatballs at the Auburn Senior Community Center’s Age-Friendly luncheon. Ouellete said that her granddaughter and two great-granddaughters, who have been living with her, left for Florida today and that she will miss them. “I’m going to be emotional and not feel like cooking when I get home. I’ll be very sad,” Ouellete said. John Morrison, owner of Cure Cannabis, helped fund the luncheon and bought a ham for each senior attending the event. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Leroy Walker, center, stands Tuesday with Cure budtenders Cassidy Cloutier, left, and Jewel Labbe who presented two novelty checks representing the donations from Cure Cannabis for the Age-Friendly luncheons at Auburn Senior Community Center. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

Diana Pippin, left, and Joanne Sabourin joke Tuesday with Cassidy Cloutier, a budtender from Cure Cannabis, during the Age-Friendly luncheon at Auburn Senior Community Center. The two women were considering how many cupcakes to enjoy after their spaghetti and meatball lunch. Cure Cannabis helped fund the luncheon and donated enough hams so that each senior could take one home as a gift. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

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