SKOWHEGAN — Cedar Ridge Center recently held its annual Harvest Ball. Residents wore gowns and suits, all of which were donated by Bethany Vigue of the Melody Ranch and CJ Greene of East Madison. Staff and volunteers spent the morning styling residents hair, doing their nails and make up in preparation for the event.

Music for the ball was provided by disc jockey Bee Bop Bob. Residents and the families filled the dance floor. Resident Robert Chadbourne and his wife Roberta Chadbourne were crowned King and Queen receiving their crowns from last falls royal’s, Beverley Durrell and Robert Fletcher.

Dominick Rinaldi of Rinaldi & Son’s Automobile Repairs and Engine Center in Skowhegan drove the couple around town in a 1941 Cadillac. This is the second antique automobile Rinaldi has provided for the facilities fall dances.


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