April 22, 2018
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Holistic Fair

BANGOR — A Psychic-Healing Fair and Community Awakening Holistic Fair, will be held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, July 20, at Ramada Inn, 357 Odlin Road. The event will feature door prizes awarded every half hour, new 3D aura photography, jewelry, animal communicators, gems and crystals, energy healing, psychic and medium readings, Tarot card readings, incense, Reiki, IET, and sound and primus healing.

Admission is $5. Free workshops are included with the price of admission.


Meetings canceled

BANGOR — The Greater Bangor Area Parkinson’s Support Group meetings for July and August have been canceled. The next meeting will be Sunday, Sept 21.


Dental center orthodontist

BANGOR — Penobscot Community Health Care announced that orthodontist Kent Tableman,

has joined the staff of PCHC Dental Center, 1048 Union St. He began providing services part-time on July 7.

Tableman has been in private practice since 1976 and currently serves as director of orthodontics for PCHC’s General Practice Residency.

For information, call 945-5247, option 4.


Trustee appointees

BANGOR — St. Joseph Healthcare appointed these individuals to its board of trustees:

• Dr. Robert Clark of Bangor, president of Husson University in Bangor. Dr. Clark

• Glenn Goodwin of Atkinson, a partner in the Bangor accounting firm of Loiselle, Goodwin and Hinds.

• Patricia Quirk of Bangor, president and CEO of Hampden Home Builders Inc. and a licensed broker with the real estate firm of ERA Dawson-Bradford of Bangor.


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