Staffer Kelsey Moody, right, pours tea for motorcyclists on Wednesday at Blaine House in Augusta. The annual United Bikers of Maine Blaine House Tea was kicked off when First Lady Ann LePage arrived as passenger on a motorcycle. There were remarks by her husband Gov. Paul LePage, other state officials and Sonny Bridges, founding father of United Bikers of Maine. There was a proclamation of May as Maine’s Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Month.  

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