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Homecoming Booth

Sure hope you are planning to attend Sugarloaf Homecoming this year! As you are enjoying all the fun activities and meeting up with friends, stop by the CVOA booth in its usual spot by the stairs in the base lodge to say hello and ... Read More »

We wen’t

I am kneeling at the door of the airplane looking down 14,000 feet to the greenery below….do I really want to do this… “Ohhhhh expletive, expletive”… then BonBon, my guide, tipped us forward out the door, and down we went ... Read More »

A wonderful day at the Range for the Masons

The CVOA Range hosted a Masonic fundraising event. Excerpts from their letter of thanks: Sept 25, 2017 – Dear Neal, On behalf of the Maine Lodge #20 Square and Compass Club I am enthusiastically extending our thanks to the Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association for its ... Read More »

September board meeting

On a sunny warm day in September, a dozen CVOA members and guests met for the quarterly board meeting at the Town of CV Park. The meeting began at 1:00 pm, and here is a summary of the meeting; you can read the ... Read More »

Schoodic Woods Camping, Acadia

It was 48 degrees, with moderate rain, at 7 a.m. on Thursday morning and I’m going camping! . . . with CVOA friends at Schoodic Woods. The weather had cleared by noon time. Everyone who was signed up showed up ... Read More »

Board and Member Meeting and Lunch

Our quarterly board meeting was held on Sunday, June 11th, at the Carrabassett Valley Town Park. Prior to the meeting, we enjoyed a lunch featuring grilled meats and vegetables, prepared and cooked by our president Joe Loughran. There were also ... Read More »

CVOA Well Represented in Route 27 Valley Cleanup

With CVOA well represented, as usual, about 45 residents and visitors showed up last Saturday, May 20, for the annual pre-Marathon cleanup of Rt. 27 in Carrabassett Valley. “As wonderful a display of community involvement as it is, I’m always ... Read More »

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