CVOA News

October Message From President

The first day of fall in Maine is now behind us. Weather is getting cooler, days are getting shorter, leaves are turning vibrant colors and falling to the ground. And folks across our beautiful state are heading to Homecoming events – at high schools, colleges and universities. Wikipedia defines homecoming as: “The tradition of welcoming back former students and members …

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Board and Member Meeting October 21 2018

Everyone is welcome, and we will have some light refreshments. The location is expected to be at the Town of CV Park or in the Town office. If you have anything you would like to have added to the agenda, call our president Bonnie Farrar at 207-735-3984.

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September Message from President Bonnie Farrar

I was recently one of the many CVOA members who were able to take advantage of an incredible offer from fellow member Kip Files, Captain of the Victory Chimes: to enjoy a last-minute, generously-discounted four-day sail around the coast of Maine aboard his historic four-masted schooner. Our thanks to Kip for extending this opportunity to our members. My sister Susan, one of …

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Update – Range Cleanup – Saturday, May 12 only. Bring a Rake!

Bring a rake! 9 to noon Neal has spent hours at the range in preparation for the Berm Project, and has done much cleanup. There is still more to do, particularly picking up shell casings. Leaf rakes would work best, but other rakes can be used. Bring whatever you have! Together we can get it all done, and get to …

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We donated $500 to Franklin Rescue

$500 donation granted The CVOA Board of Directors unanimously approved a request for donation from the Franklin Search and Rescue for $500. The funds will be used to provide scholarships for Wilderness First Aid Training. CVOA is pleased to support such a worthwhile organization. You can learn more about the organization HERE. ~ Gail Miller, Treasurer (Gail wrote this note in early December)

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Message from Vice President Bonnie Farrar

January first. New Year’s Day. This day serves as an open door where we can stand on the threshold and look back through this doorway at the year that has just ended to celebrate our successes and accomplishments, and mourn our losses. We can then turn and look ahead to the year in front of us and anticipate with hope …

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Our treasurer and friend Gail Miller passed from this life on December 21st

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I tell you Gail Miller passed away on December 21st from complications of a serious cancer. Gail left us at her home in Gorham, surrounded by her family and close friends. Joe was holding her when she passed away, and he said she was very peaceful and unafraid to leave …

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Happy Holiday Season

On behalf of the Officers and Board Members of CVOA I wish all our CVOA Members and their families a peaceful and happy Holiday Season. December is an intentionally slow month for CVOA activities. December is a time to spend with family and close friends and to celebrate the holidays in ways that are meaningful to each individual. Hopefully each …

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Passing of Greg Foster

To all CVOA Members: It is with great sadness that we want to let the members of CVOA know that our good friend Greg Foster passed away very unexpectedly early Friday morning, Nov. 10. Greg and Cindy were vacationing in Orlando when Greg suffered a massive heart attack. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00PM this Friday, November 17th at the Dick …

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