First Jeep owners show raises $3,600 for Elks

Employees at Central Maine Motors Auto Group, in Waterville, display a check for $3,600 that benefited Waterville Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge #905 veterans committee. The funds were raised during the first Central Maine Jeep Owners Show. From left to right, Curran Quinlan, Scott Pinnette, Linanne Gaunce, Shaylie Morrison, Allen Perkins, Rohen Gay, Julie Morrison, Shane Morrison, John Jones, Jean Jones, Don Young, Jamie Oullette and Dan Berard. Contributed photo

 
 

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