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Janet Wilson <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 23 Aug 2016 10:25:04 -0400
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I would like to second that. Dawn came to Rangeley last year and gave  
an excellent program. And we are still enjoying the nice bear calendar!

Janet Wilson
Rangeley Library

Quoting pam slattery-thomas <[log in to unmask]>:

> Hi -
>   Just wanted to pass on that we enjoyed an excellent program last  
> Saturday afternoon with Dawn Brown, New Sharon, who does bear  
> rehabilitation on her five acre fenced woodland.  Her privately  
> owned facility is titled "Second Chance Wildlife".
>   Dawn shared a slide show of the numerous young bears she has  
> nurtured and returned to the wild.  We had 20 people attend (a near  
> record for us !).  Remarking that she loved questions, she fielded  
> them with answers that showed her knowledge and understanding of  
> wildlife (particularly bears.)
>  Dawn's enthusiasm was more than evident, and she would like nothing  
> more than to visit every library in the state (well, almost every ;  
> - ) - and share her passion for her work.  She doesn't charge  
> (although donations to her cause are humbly welcomed ) , but does  
> ask to be able to sell her beautiful calendars and notecards.
>  I hope all of you book her - she would be thrilled.
>  Her contact information includes her website:  
>,  Email: [log in to unmask]   Home  
> Phone:207-778-2902 Cell Phone  207.578.0616
> -Pam
>  Pamela Slattery-Thomas, Library Director
> Soldiers Memorial Library
> PO Box 281
> Hiram, ME 04041
> 207-625-4650
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