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At MAINE SENIORS Magazine, we want you to enjoy the variety of entertaining and informative content that we provide in each issue. This is your magazine - so we highlight inspirational and interesting stories about people and organizations right here in Maine!

In every issue, you'll find great columns like Around the Home, The MAINe Point, Food for Thought, Outdoors / A Trail Less Traveled, Just Pondering, Here, There & Everywhere, and Legacy -  all guaranteed to keep you turning the pages.

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From the Publisher

Publisher David S. Nealley

 

Spring is a particularly important time for Mainers. The winters can be difficult in many ways and it is not unusual for us to look forward with hope and anticipation to our spring season.

The word spring connotes a bounce upward or forward, to rise, emanate from, proceed with some momentum. It is in spring that many of us celebrate Easter, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This celebration is held between March 21 and April 25, on the first Sunday after the first full moon, following the northern spring equinox. The very essence of spring can bring with it a feeling of hope for all of us. Enjoy the story of Pastor Richard Berry who has given such hope to the homeless in “A Voice for the Homeless”.

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