November 2013

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean

454-3435

Quiet week. We will not be having a monthly meeting in December. Don’t know if this article gets to all concerned! Been having trouble with my 12 year old computer.  Maybe Santa will come across a laptop with a printer in his yearly run on the 24th of December!

Dennysville

Priscilla Hobart

726-0636

There were 102 people at the November 16th Supper at the Parish Hall in Dennysville .

Attendance at church was twenty five people, at Sunday School there were six children and five adults.

Birthdays this week are Karen Seeley on November 20th and Bruce Hodgdon on November 21st.

The Dragon’s Den

Camille Howard

Welcome, readers, to the Dragon’s Den. On this, the last full week before Thanksgiving break, WHS was a hive of activity. So let’s step onto the quicksand and sink into this week’s news. 

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

Winter Sunday Church services will begin in Princeton on Dec.8th. @ 11 am.  The last service in GLS is Sun Dec 1st at 9:30 am.  Listen for the church bell ringing!!  Contact Lana Bailey or Sam Newman for further information.

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

Happy Thanksgiving

November 28th - First Day of Hanukkah (begins at sundown)

Thanksgiving dinner is being served at 2nd Baptist Church 11 - 3 and also at St. Anne’s Parish Hall at 1 pm.

Second Baptist Church held a concert on Saturday evening. “Heart Song.” A lovely lunch was served.

Princeton

Sharon Norman

Happy Thanksgiving to all Princeton area readers near and far.  With that message, please travel safely to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. 

PES NEWS:  Miss Williams, PES Principal, has opened up the parent portal for parents in grades

Woodland Rec. Dept. Notes

KARATE: After School karate classes Monday’s at the Woodland Elementary School Gym; 2:30-3:10pm Grades K-3 (Younger students and ALL beginners are released early); 2:30-3:30pm Grades 4-6 (Yellow Belts ONLY) New students welcome!!! Past students may come back anytime!!!! Remember you need to be registered with the Woodland Rec Dept.

Calais Rotary Club Awards Scholarship

Above Cynthia Miller is the recipient of the Calais Rotary Club Scholarship in memory of Dolph Lentz in the amount of $250. This will give Cynthia an opportunity to earn skills that will serve our community in the medical field after her graduation. She wants to thank all the patrons for their generosity as without them, students such as her, would not be able to pursue high education.

VFW Post # 9779

The VFW is grateful to all you who recognized and celebrated Veterans’ Day. The week began with a delicious lunch provided by the culinary arts class at WCCC. We would like to say thank you to President Cassidy and Will O’Shea for their dedicated support of Veterans.

Wreath and Tree Shippers Should Be Aware of Out-of-State Plant Regulations

 Maine decorative-plant shippers who are sending Christmas trees and wreaths around the country for the holiday season can save money and lost products by noting important regulations enforced by other states, according to the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry (DACF).

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