SKOWHEGAN — Cedar Ridge resident Pauline Lancto, right, and Lucien LaPointe, center, were crowned king and queen, and Cedar Ridge resident Diane Theberge was crowned princess at Cedar Ridge Center’s annual Spring Ball recently. LaPointe was visiting from The Redington Memorial Home, in Skowhegan. Lancto is a former resident of The Redington Home, so Redington residents were invited to the event. The trio received a tour of Skowhegan in a new Dodge Challenger donated for the event by Hight Chrysler Dodge, of Madison. Staff and volunteers helped residents with formal wear, hair styling, manicures and make up. Dancing and music from DJ Bee Bop Bob was featued in the Activity Room.

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