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Reynolds & Sons Disposal

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Reynolds and Sons Disposal is one of the trashiest businesses in Maine and for 52 years, has provided dumpster service for businesses and homes.  They care about disposing of unwanted debris in an environmentally-friendly way so if you’ve got junk to dump at your home or you’re a business needing a dumpster, call Reynolds and Sons Disposal. For more informaion click here.

Bessey Motor Sales

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Bessey Motor Sales has been selling and servicing Chrysler products for 45 years. Our reputation for customer satisfaction is second to none as evidenced by annual awards from Chrysler Corporation over the years. Bessey Motors, South Paris, remains steadfast in our commitment to our customers, our employees and our community. For more information click here.

Patman's Redemption Center

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Bring your Maine returnable bottles and cans to Patman's Redemption Center the Sebago Lake Region’s number one recycling center. Then, pick up your favorite craft brews, wines, and spirits at Patman’s fully stocked Agency Liquor Store. Open seven days a week on Route 115, just off Route 302, Windham, Maine. For more information click here.

Mid Coast Health Services

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Mid Coast Health is one of Maine’s highest-quality, lowest cost health care systems. When you choose a Mid Coast primary or specialty care doctor, you establish a relationship with an entire team of highly-trained professionals dedicated to your personal health and wellbeing.. Mid Coast Health. Our Community. Our Health. For more information click here.

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Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad

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The Polar Express returns to Portland in 2014! The fun begins at the Ocean Gateway Visitor Center. Guests on board meet the Conductor, enjoy hot chocolate and cookies, and listen to a reading of the story as they journey to the “North Pole.” Santa will greet children aboard the train. For more inforrmatiion click here.