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After the March fair
to be held Feb. 12
NEW GLOUCESTER — After the March, an Action Options Resource Fair, will be held from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12 at the First Congregational Church, 19 Gloucester Hill Road. 

The fair is designed to offer information on how activists for change can best channel their time and efforts. The following groups will be in attendance: The Natural Resources Council of Maine, Maine Women’s Policy Center, 10 Actions in 100 Days, Indivisible, UCC Equality and Social Justice. New Gloucester Food Pantry, Maine Peoples Alliance, Consumers for Affordable Healthcare and Maine Democrats. 

For more information, contact Sharon Vandermay at 504-7979 or sharonvandermay@gmail.com.

Fay holds office hour
for constituents
POLAND — Rep. Jessica Fay, D-Raymond, will hold an in-district “constituent hour” on Monday, Feb. 13, from 5-6 p.m. at the Ricker Memorial Library at 1211 Maine St. in Poland.

Residents will have the opportunity to hear updates from Augusta, ask questions about policy making and share opinions on state matters. Office hours also serve as an opportunity for residents navigating state agencies to voice their concerns.

Fay is represents part of Casco, part of Poland and part of Raymond. She serves on the Legislature’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee.

Diabetes self-management
classes scheduled

BRIDGTON — Bridgton Hospital’s Diabetes Clinic, A.A.D.E certified, will present Diabetes Self-Management classes beginning Monday, Feb. 20. The classes are designed to give general information about diabetes and help patients manage their diabetes. The course also introduces patients to a diabetes support system. Pre-registration and pre-assessment is required for all of those attending. Call Linda Russell or Elaine Drew at 647-6064 to register or for more information.