Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine." Profiled are: Abby Specto
Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine." Profiled are: Abby Spector, a 22-year-old golfer who finished second in the amateur division of the all-men's 2003 Greater Portland Open; Mark LeClair, 44, founder of Nanospire, Inc., and a pioneer in nanotechnology research; Susan Poulin, 45, Franco-American playwright, actress and comedienne; Barry Dana, 45, chief of the Penobscot Nation; Karen Baldacci, 41, Maine's first lady; Josh Hancock, 45, a car consultant for Hollywood films; Mary Alice Davis, 58, Shaw's Supermarket heiress; Adbullahi Ayanle, 27, head coach of the Maine Atlantic Stars soccer team who won the New England Championship in The Somali-American Soccer League; Tony Castro, 54, a mural restoration expert; and Jen Boylan, 45, author of "She's Not There." With an interview in question-and-answer format with Boylan.
Ayanle, Adbullahi, Baldacci, Karen, Barry Dana, Boylan, Jen, Castro, Tony, Davis, Mary Alice, Hancock, Josh, Leclair, Mark, Poulin, Susan, Spector, Abby
Blechl, Robert; Hudson, Diane; and Busby, Chris, "Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine." Profiled are: Abby Specto" (2003). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 569.
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