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    Mike Dugay, executive director of Harold Alfond Institute for Business Innovation at Thomas College, kicks off the second day of the Central Maine Converge and Create Weekend on Saturday at the college in Waterville.

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    Nate Towne, left, co-owner of Christopher Hastings Confections in Waterville, speaks about starting a small business Saturday at the Central Maine Converge and Create weekend at Thomas College in Waterville. Kimberly Lindlof, executive director of the Central Maine Growth Council and president and CEO of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, facilitated the session on food and agri-business.

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    Lisa Noble, left, Colby College's senior associate director of employee engagement and entrepreneurship, raises a question Saturday to a food and agri-business panel at the Central Maine Converge and Create conference at Thomas College in Waterville.

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    Food and agri-business panelists provide information and tips Saturday on starting and running a small food business in Maine at the two-day Central Maine Converge and Create conference at Thomas College in Waterville. From left are Amber Lambke, CEO of Maine Grains; Karen Getz, creator and founder of Maine Crisp Co.; Nate Towne, co-owner at Christopher Hastings Confections; and Kimberly Lindlof, executive director of the Central Maine Growth Council and president and CEO of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce.

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    Attendees of the Central Maine Converge and Create conference network on Saturday during the second day of the two-day event. The conference, held at Thomas College in Waterville, provided resources and information for entrepreneurs in food, agriculture, technology, crafts and novelties, and service businesses.

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