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If You Don't Have Twenty Minutes Don't Stop

Barrie Shepherd has a new book of Chebeague poems. It is called "If You Don't Have Twenty Minutes Don't Stop," obviously referring to Bob Dyer's sign on the garage door. The first poem -- based on the sign - is called "Dyer Warning." The rest of the 30 or so poems are based on, or around the island, its community and its life. He is selling it for $10 a copy, with all profits donated to Chebeague's The Recompense Fund. At that reasonable price it would make a different and unique Xmas or hostess gift. It can be ordered from Barrie at, or 846 6864.

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