D-F couple to be honored as ‘People of the Year’ by Maine Amateur Wrestling Alliance

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BATH — On Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Hyde School the Maine Amateur Wrestling Alliance (MAWA) will be recognizing Rich and Cindy Johnson of Dover-Foxcroft as the MAWA People of the Year for their outstanding dedication and support to the sport of wrestling in Maine.

“This is an incredible award for two outstanding individuals,” Foxcroft Academy and SeDoMoCha Middle School/Foxcroft Youth Sports wrestling coach Luis Ayala said. “This award is for their 20-plus years of contribution to not only the Foxcroft Academy wrestling community but to the wrestling community in Maine. They are so deserving of this award, it could not had happened to two better people”

Rich and Cindy Johnson have supported wrestling in the Dover-Foxcroft community for over 20 years through Foxcroft Youth, SeDoMoCha Middle School, and Foxcroft Academy Wrestling. They have also been a big part in helping bring wrestling back to the University of Maine.

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WRESTLING PEOPLE OF THE YEAR — Rich and Cindy Johnson of Dover-Foxcroft, pictured with their son Conner who is a recent graduate of Foxcroft Academy, will be recognized on Aug. 19 in Bath as the Maine Amateur Wrestling Alliance’s “People of the Year” for their dedication and support of the sport in Maine.

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