WHITE FLOUR CATERING NOW HAS SPACE AVAILABLE
IMMACULATE BUILDING – GREAT LOCATION
SAME FINE FOOD & FIRST CLASS SERVICE
NEW HOME OF WHITE FLOUR CATERING
THE CONFERENCE CENTER AT
SPORTSMAN’S ALLIANCE OF MAINE
Located at 205 Church Hill Road
Just off Route 3 and the New Augusta/Belfast Exit
Growing to meet the needs and demands of our clientele. White Flour Catering is pleased to announce that we have SPACE AVAILABLE to hold your next meeting, conference, or event. Exclusive Catering is on site and White Flour Catering is a Qualified Caterer authorized to provide alcohol service upon request.
The Conference Center offers many amenities. The Large Conference Room holds 90-120 guests. Room includes a drop down screen for the built in audio visual system with excellent sound, and WIFI.
The Board Room provides a pleasant atmosphere for smaller meetings-perfect for 15-25 Guests.
Space is provided at a reasonable rate, Discounts offered for Non-Profit Organizations and State of Maine Departments. There is ample parking and the facility provides handicapped accessibility. Call White Flour Catering today for more information or a tour of the facility. Visit our website at www.whiteflour.com.
Reserve space for your upcoming meeting, event, holiday party or whatever your gathering may be.Carla Noyes, White Flour Catering
207-622-8755 or mobile 653-6129
Wedding Event - $500 Day
Event Requiring Security - $500 Day
LL Bean Room-Large Conference Room
$300 Full Day - $200 Half Day
Richard Dyke Room-Board Room
$180 Full Day - $120 Half Day
As always, we appreciate your business, and ongoing support.
& The Staff at White Flour Catering
Driving Directions to the SAM Headquarters
at 205 Church Hill Road, Augusta, Maine 04330
From North or South: Driving on I-95 take Exit 113. It is a new exit that directs all traffic East on Route 3. Follow Rt. 3 straight through three (3) lights. At the fourth light, take a left. We are the third business on the right: a long, log-sided building with a large parking lot.
From coastal Route 3: If you approach Augusta via Rts. 3, 9W and 202 from the Belfast direction, watch for these businesses: Rocky’s Stove Shop and then La Pointe Lumber. There is a set of lights immediately after LaPointe’s. Turn right at this set of lights. SAM is the 3rd business on the right: a long, log-sided building with a large parking lot.
From coastal Route 17: If you approach Augusta via Route 105, watch for Rebecca’s Restaurant on the left as you approach Augusta. Shortly after Rebecca’s there is a set of lights. Turn right at these lights onto the Cony Road. Go straight through two sets of lights and watch for the SAM building on the right, after the third set of lights (after crossing Route 3).
From coastal Route 105: If you approach from Camden direction, following Route 105, watch for the Bolton Hill Road on the right. Passing that, you come along to the Hatch Hill Road in a bit less than two (2) miles. Go past Hatch Hill Road and in two (2) miles you will come to lights. Turn right onto Church H ill Road. Go straight through the next set of lights and watch for the SAM building on your right, the third business from the corner of Rt. 3 and Church Hill Road.
From the West via Rts. 17 and 202: Coming into Augusta from the West, come right in to Memorial Circle and turn on the second right which takes you across Memorial Bridge to Cony Circle. Take the third right off Cony Circle onto Routes 9 and 202. Go to the second light and turn right. Caution: This is a residential area with 30 mph speed limits. When you hit Route 3 at the lights, turn right, go to the next set of lights and turn left. The SAM building is the third business on the right.
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