CALAIS, Maine — Gov. Paul LePage is in Maine’s easternmost county meeting with business leaders and residents for his eighth Capitol for a Day event.
The governor is starting the day Friday with a stop at the Wreaths Across America Museum in Columbia Falls, which houses photos and awards documenting the history of the Wreaths Across America program since wreath-company owner Morrill Worcester began donating wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery 19 years ago.
LePage also plans stops at Wyman’s of Maine blueberry company in Cherryfield and the Passamaquoddy Tribe’s reservation at Pleasant Point. He plans to walk the streets of downtown Calais with state Sen. Kevin Raye before holding a town hall meeting at Washington County Community College Friday evening.