Another successful Naples Family Causeway 5K is in the books. The winners were Pete Bottomley, 55, with a time of 17:44 minutes, and Amanda Pope, 31, with a time of 18:50 minutes.
There were 274 runners and walkers. The event raised just about $8,000. George Vooris, organizer of the event, has raised a total to date of nearly $15,000 for the Dempsey Center, a group who supports cancer patients.
Dempsey Center fundraiser
Join George Vooris at his next event, as he continues his tireless fundraising efforts on behalf of the Dempsey Center.
Campfire Grill will host a fun trivia night on Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be raffles and prizes, and lots of fun. So grab a group of friends and head on down.
Mind Body Spirit Festival
Point Sebago is the place to be for all things mind, body and spirit on Saturday, Sept. 9. The Mind Body Spirit Festival is a wellness and spiritual event with 40-plus vendors. Featured will be holistic health practitioners; Reiki, reflexology and other therapies; natural and organic skin care products; crystals, gems and jewelry; psychics and mediums; an animal communicator; a medical intuitive, and more.
The $5 admission includes some workshops; others are at an additional cost. Visit www.mindbodyspiritfestival.org for more information. Point Sebago is located at 261 Point Sebago Road, Casco.
Emily Baker leads warm-up exercises before the Naples Family Causeway 5K.
Riley Boutilier, a third-grader at Songo Locks School, is all smiles on the first day of school.