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Winner of the Quilt Announced!

Saturday, March 29, 2014 was a lucky day for Marilyn Dunlap, of Skowhegan. She was the winner of the beautiful pineapple pattern quilt crafted by our Head Teller in Kingfield, Kaye Newell. Kaye has more than 30 years of experience in quilt-making, and designs quilts and wall-hangings with a great eye for color, and impressive patterns. This quilt is the pineapple pattern, and the rainbow of colors used makes it a perfect complement to almost any décor. We are incredibly grateful to Kaye for generously donating this quilt for our first event of 2014 in our Campaign for Ending Hunger. Thanks to the creativity of Kaye, and the determination of many of our employees, we can consider the event a success – with ticket sales at $1,673!! Thank you to all who supported this worthy cause! (Marilyn Dunlap, left, and Kaye Newell, right)

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Support for Windows XP Ends soon!
Microsoft has announced the end of their support of both Windows XP and the Office 2003 suite as of April 8, 2014. Although an unsupported version of Windows will still start up and run, it will no longer receive software updates from Windows Update. These include security updates that can help protect your PC from harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software that can steal or damage your data and information. Anti-virus software will be unable to fully protect you once Windows XP itself is unsupported. And as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for more recent versions of Windows, a greater number of programs and devices like cameras and printers won’t work with Windows XP. According to Microsoft’s website, To help ensure your files stay secure, you’ll need to either upgrade your Windows XP machine to the new Windows (which may not work) or get a new Windows PC. Check out www.microsoft.com for more information.