May 2014

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May

Machias Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Art Gallery

MACHIAS, Maine -- The artists of the month whose work will be featured in May at the Machias Bay Area Chamber of Commerce gallery are students of area schools. 

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May

Glenn L. Martin

In Loving Memory

of

Glenn L. Martin

4/30/1960 to 5/3/2008

As tears roll down our face, 

We know you're in a better place.

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May

Hilda J. (Cousins) Greenlaw

In Memory of

Hilda J. (Cousins) Greenlaw

June 6,  1934 - April 17, 2007

 

I feel a warmth around me

like your presence is so near,

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May

Devotional

Rev. Linwood R. Trott

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May

Troop J Report

04-21-14

Trooper Staci Carpenter received a theft complaint in Machiasport. The theft occurred from the complainant’s summer home sometime between March 02, 2014 and today’s date. The complainant reported that someone had stolen his Moultrie M-900 I game camera from the residence. The investigation continues.

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May

Calais Police Report

On 4-17-14 Sean Stinson was arrested at Calais District Court on multiple outstanding warrants.  Mr. Stinson was bailed from court.

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May

Baileyville Police Report

Report covers April 1, 2014 through April 20, 2014.

April 1 

Warnings were issued to two juvenile males on Broadway for criminal trespassing.

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May

Machias Showcase Set for June to Promote Shopping Locally

MACHIAS, Maine -- The Machias Bay Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Machias Revitalization Committee, is hosting “Machias Showcase” on Saturday June 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The community-wide event is geared to increase local shoppers’ awareness about what services and products are available at Machias’ retailers.

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May

District Court

Alan P. Barrieault of Oromocto. Operating unregistered ATV. Fine $50.

Matthew David Beal. Operating under the influence - no test. Fine $600. Washington County Jail 4 days. License suspended 150 days. Restitution $200.

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May

Calais Recreation Notes

Adult Co-ed Dodgeball!

All games are played at the Rec Center on Wednesday nights and are open to the public.  We have reached the playoffs and the schedule will be as follows:

6:00#1 Celia vs. #4 Ben

7:00#2 Toby vs. #3 Beau

8:00Championship

Women’s Basketball League

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May

High School Softball

Dragon veteran Kylee Caruso handles the fly ball at second base. (Photo by John Rogers).

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May

HS Sports Weekly Schedules

MAY

5M3:30WHS tennis @ CHS

5M4:3a0WHS bb/sb @ Lee

6TU3:30CHS tennis @ Shead

7W4:30Narraguagus bb/sb @ WHS

8TH3:30Shead @ WHS (2)

9F4:00CHS bb/sb @ Lincoln

9F3:30CHS T/F @ Bucksport

10SA12:00WHS @ Van Buren

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May

Woodland Rec. Dept. News & Notes

 RIPKEN (Babe Ruth) BASEBALL / SOFTBALL FARM TEAM & T-BALL: Registration forms for all interested players ages 6 / 12, is currently underway. Forms can be picked up at the Elementary schools at  Woodland, Princeton, Alexander, Topsfield, and Indian Township. F.M.I. contact the Woodland Rec. Dept.

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Woodland Rec. Dept. Activity Calendar

WED. APRIL  30

4:30 pm: RIPKEN SOFTBALL, GR. 3 / 6; GLIDDEN F.

5:30 pm: RIPKEN BASEBALL, GR. 3 / 6; GLIDDEN F.

6:30 pm: EXERCISE / AEROBICS, (AGES 13 & UP) WES GYM

THURS. MAY 1

5:45 pm: “YOGA”, AGES 13 / ADULT, WES GYM

6:00 pm:  RIPKEN BASEBALL, GR. 3 / 6; GLIDDEN F.

FRI. MAY 2

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May

ELIN IRENE (BARTON) BENNETT

Elin Irene Bennett, 75, of Walhalla, South Carolina and Wesley, Maine, the beloved wife of Charles H. Bennet of thirty five years went to be with the Lord on March 9, 2014 in a Bangor Maine Nursing Facility. She had been incapacitated for ten months following a stroke. 

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May

WAYNE J. LEAVITT

 Robbinston – Wayne Jeffrey Leavitt, 54, passed away in Boston, MA on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 following a courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis.  Wayne was born in Calais on September 24, 1959.

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May

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean

207-214-4410

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May

Calais Lioness News

Calais Lioness have made their presence known in the area for thirty-nine years. We are all very proud to say that and hope to continue another twenty-nine at least.

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May

2014 Margaretta Days Festival & Craft Fair

Brenda Gillen of Sunset Weaving has been an active participant in the Margaretta Days Festival & Craft Fairs over the past few years. Each year she explains to both young and old the ‘ins and outs’ of the workings of her loom. In addition she gives the young people a chance to do a bit of weaving on the loom. Here she is explaining ‘how it is done’ to a young fair attendee.

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May

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-333

May is National Pet Month

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May

Dale Woodworth Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is pleased to announce that Dale Woodworth of Calais, Maine, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Woodworth was initiated at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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May

Calais High School

Quinn Sluzenski

Normally, the end of April vacation means the end of school is very close. This is still true to a point, but the snow days this year have pushed school’s end date back more than usual. At any rate, students are busy with end-of-the-year activities.

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May

Haiku Workshop Offered at Calais Bookshop on May 3

Haiku poet and fiction writer Catherine J. S. Lee will be teaching a Haiku workshop on Saturday, May 3, at 2 p.m., at Calais Bookshop. Everyone is invited to learn how to write haiku, whether an experienced poet or a novice. There is no charge.

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Cooper

Arline Flood

454-3347

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Indian Township

Donna Meader-York

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May

Baileyville

Dorothy Johnson

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May

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

 

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Robbinston

Kathy Mekelburg

454-0654

By the time you read this April will be gone and May will have arrived. I hope it’s warmer than April. The lawns are turning green and there is lots of mud. Can the blackflies be far behind?

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May

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Ice is out!!  A sure sign that Spring is FINALLY here.

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May

St. Croix Country Club Notes

That's right, even though the thermometer doesn't reflect spring, the calendar does!!! It's hard to believe, but the Club Opening Dinner is this coming Saturday night, May 3rd, with social hour at 6 PM and dinner to follow at 7.

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