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The Maine survival story that has thrilled and inspired young and old for nearly 50 years got a modem twist this summer. "Lost on a Mountain in Maine," the saga of 12-year-old Donn Fendler who was lost on Mount Katahdin for nine days during July 1939, was brought to life in a multimedia presentation by two area teachers.


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