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William Clunie spent a lifetime in
the outdoors, most recently as a Registered Maine Master Guide, nature photographer, and outdoor writer. He was awarded the New England Outdoor Writer’s Association (NEOWA) Dick Cronin Award for 2017 “Member of the Year”. Previous to this he worked in the
U.S. Navy as a Hospital Corpsman and continues to help his fellow veterans by working with Operation ReBoot Outdoors, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping veterans heal through hunting and fishing. He can be found most days hunting, fishing, or kayaking in the mountains
of Western Maine with his lovely wife, Nancy, and their gorgeous Hungarian Pointer (Vizsla), Ginger.
Brett and Susan Damm. Brett started guiding anglers in the Rangeley area in 1999. He and Sue have owned the Range- ley Region Sport Shop since 2010. They both tie flies for the shop, and enjoy the history of the store and the region.
Ron Fournier is the Recreational Safety Supervisor and Search and Rescue Liaison for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He served as Director for both Bryant Pond and Greenland Point 4-H Camps for 15 years, and continues to guide hunting, fishing, and recreation trips in Western Maine.
Michalene Hague is an unretired high school English teacher/department
head. Talking, writing, dancing, two granddaughters, friends, staff and students keep her heart engaged and spirit moving. Inspiration comes from everywhere and nowhere, from people, the Oxford Hills, the Mountain Poets Society and late springs
raking leaves out of her tiny part of Thompson Lake.
Renee Igo is a sheep farmer, writer, and educator. She has a small licensed dairy and farmstead in Hartford, and works part-time for the Center for an Ecology- Based Economy in Norway. Renee holds a BA in Environmental Studies from Middlebury College, with a focus in nonfiction writing.
Shellie Leger holds an MFA in fiction writing from Stonecoast. She is a native Mainer and has just completed her third novel. She lives in West Paris with her partner, pigs, goats, cats and dogs.
Norma Smith is a Chef and Culinary Arts instructor at Oxford Hills Technical School. She grew up in Norway, Maine and graduated from Oxford Hills High School. She attended SMVTI in South Portland, and earned her degree in Culinary Arts. She is married, with two sons and a dog. She enjoys gardening and spending time at their family camp.
Johanna (Jo) Sorrell lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire where she writes, draws, makes pictures, and can often be found chasing after her kid, dog, and husband.
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