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Secondary wood manufacturing contributes 8,884 jobs and $1.8 billion to Maine's economy, about 20 percent of the forest products industry’s impact.

2017 MFPC Golf Tournament was a big success

On behalf of the Maine Forest Products Council, we would like to thank all who participated in the 2017 Annual Summer Golf Tournament on July 13.  The tournament drew 120 golfers, more than 58 sponsors and many raffle donations.  For 10 years, Brian Flewelling from Key Bank and Sue McCarthy, MFPC office manager, have done a tremendous job in soliciting these sponsors, making the raffles a big success, and helping all the participants have a great time. The Council appreciates their hard work and the continued support of all the sponsors. (See sponsor list below.)

Below are a few of the pictures taken the day of the tournament.  We were not able to get all of the team pictures.  Winners this year were 1st Net – Chris Fitzpatrick, John Raymond, Bill Rayfield, Bill Crawford, 1st Gross – Ed Bearor, Tim Pease, Jerry Jarrell and Matt Jarrell.  Longest Drive, men – Mike O’Connor and ladies – Danielle Ahern.  Closest to the pin were Larry Girvan and Danielle Ahern.

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128th Maine Legislature second session

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