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LINCOLN DINNER 2023 Saturday February 11th 6pm 1945 congress st Portland

Feb 2, 2023

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Lincoln Day Dinner  and  Silent Auction   
            Donations Request, too!   
The CCRC is partnering once again with The Lincoln Club of Portland for: 
The Lincoln Dinner-Sat. February 11, 2023 
Elks Lodge,1945 Congress St. Portland  
Visit this URL to buy tickets and reserve your seat!

The CCRC will earn ALL proceeds from the Silent Auction. We could do very well from this fundraiser! Let’s get creative and make it happen! We have only TWO(2) weeks left to get it together. We  can do it!  

We are asking each municipality to provide at least four (4) donations w/ at least one being a corporate or business. We would be happy to accept more! Thanks to all who have responded so far!
Send your donation list or questions to Karen Lockwood, CCRC Development Chair at or (207) 751-1667 or Rebecca Thorsen at  or (571) 212-0957.

  • Do you own a rental/vacation property? Offer a weekend or a week!  
  • Do you have season tickets to a sports venue or play like Ogunquit Playhouse or a concert series? Offer two or four tickets to one of the events.  
  • Do you love to cook? Offer a dinner for four. 
  • Are you handy around the house or have a particular skill? Offer an hour or two or more of your  time.
  • Do you have a particular craft that you enjoy? Like quilting, making jewelry or pottery? Make something to donate.
  • Are you a published author? Offer a signed copy of one of your books.
  • Do you have a piece of art that just doesn’t work for you anymore? Bring it in!



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