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LADU: Things to do in Lewiston/Auburn Maine

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Things to do in Lewiston/Auburn Maine.

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Sunday, June 27th, Museum L-A invites you to the historic Camden Yarns Mill in the Simard-Payne Park in Lewiston, ME to experience this breathtaking course in the inaugural LADU. This 3-mile-run, 14-mile-bike and 3-mile-finish will race past historic millscapes, scenic paths and the mightiest river in Maine to benefit the preservation and celebration of L-A's rich heritage through Museum L-A.

Tri-Maine will be involved with this chip-timed duathlon which is expected to be the largest in Maine. Participation is capped at 500.

For more information visit the Museum L-A website today!

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The Maine Real Estate Network - Kristen Wheatley - Lewiston-Auburn Maine Real Estate

Maine Realtor Kristen Wheatley  

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Malcolm Johnston
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Kristen, are you going to be running and biking? I think I could handle the 14 miles on the bike, but I'm not terribly sure about the 6 mile run. It sounds pretty gruelling.

May 29, 2010 08:57 AM
Kristen Wheatley
Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group - Brunswick, ME
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Nope, I'll be sitting on the sidelines sipping a cocktail and cheering them on! :)  I'm with you on the running bit.  Why run when there are bikes?

May 29, 2010 01:09 PM