October 2014

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Mon
27
Oct

Local High School Standings

Volleyball

Class B States

#2Machias12-2

#3WA10-4

#4Woodland10-4

#6Calais4-10

#7Narraguagus4-10

#10Jonesport-Beals1-13

Boys Soccer

Class C Eastern Maine

#1WA10-2-2

#7Narraguagus8-6-0

#12Calais4-10-0

Class D Eastern Maine

Mon
27
Oct

High School Volleyball

Lady Blue Devils Earn Come From Behind Win

Calais 3 def. Sumner 2  21-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-22, 15-7

Mon
27
Oct

Woodland Rec. Dept. Activity Calendar

WED. OCT. 22

6:30 pm: EXERCISE / AEROBICS, WES GYM

THURS. OCT.  21

2:30 pm: ELEM. (GR. 3 / 6) VOLLEYBALL, WES GYM

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

SAT. OCT. 25

8:30 am: PEE WEE SOCCER, GR. 2 / 3, WES

11:00 am: WEE PEE WEE SOCCER, GR. K / 1, WES

Mon
27
Oct

Woodland Rec. Dept. Notes

FALL PROGRAMS: The following is a list of programs that will be offered in the fall. Date, Time, and place are to be determined: 

1) Elem. / Jr. High Cross Country (Gr. 3 / 8): Awards and Pizza Party will be held on Wed. Oct. 29th at 3:00 pm at the the Elem. School Cafeteria.

Mon
27
Oct

Community Calendar

OCTOBER 22: Domestic Violence Awareness Walk at 7:00 p.m. Triangle Park in Calais to District Court House on South Street.

Mon
27
Oct

Youth Deer Day Is This Saturday, October 25

AUGUSTA, Maine – This Saturday, youth deer hunters across the state get their own day to hunt deer.

Mon
27
Oct

Totally Trades

Two Washington Academy students were a study in concentration Friday as they constructed bird houses during the Totally Trades Conference held at the Washington County Community College

Fri
31
Oct

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Don’t forget the Halloween Party at Meddybemps Community Center, Friday, October 31 from 5 to 7 p.m.  Please leave candy donations at the Community Center Thursday or early Friday.  

Sun
05
Oct

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean

454-3435

Sun
05
Oct

Washington County “Girl Zone”

A group for girls to be empowered and learn about themselves.

Goals:  

* Strengthen Self-Esteem

*  Promote Awareness of Self and Others

* Promote Healthy Body Image

* Build strong Personal Values and Leadership Skills

Sun
05
Oct

2014 Woodland Rec. Elem. Jr. High Cross Country Team

TEAM MEMBERS ARE: (KNEELING, L-R) Nicole Cox,  Kyle Richard,  Sadie Smith,  Brewer Andrews,  Ben Morrison. (middle row, l-r)  Eliza Jack,   Cadence spencer,  Hannah Lockenwitz,  Chole Hoyt,  Jazzy Bohanon,  Hunter Hanson,  Jaydn Smith.

Sun
05
Oct

High School Volleyball

Calais Comes Back & Sweeps Three

In the present Class B state standings Woodland is in fifth place with a 4-2 record, and Calais is in sixth place at 2-6.

Calais 3Narraguagus 216-25, 17-25, 25-12, 25-21, 15-12

Sun
05
Oct

High School Girls Soccer

Sarah Curioli dribbles the ball in recent Class D action. (Photo by John Rogers).

Sun
05
Oct

Woodland Rec. Dept. Calendar

WED. OCT. 1

4:00 pm: Elem. / Jr. High Cross Country @ Calais

2:30 pm: Elem. (GR. 3 / 6) Volleyball, WES Gym

6:00 pm: Yoga (Ages13 / Adult), WES Gym

SAT. OCT. 4

8:30 am: Wee Pee Wee Soccer, Gr. K / 1, WES

11:00 AM: Pee Wee Soccer, Gr. 2 / 3, WES

MON. OCT. 6

Sun
05
Oct

High School Boys Soccer

Nathan Newell delivers a hard shot to the net. Nathan provided the winning goal that upended Lee Academy, and Andre Paul collected a “hat trick” plus one in the 5-3 win. (Photo by John Rogers).

Blue Devils Upend Lee Academy 5-3

Sun
05
Oct

Notes From St. Croix

Closing Dinner on Saturday

Sun
05
Oct

Get Mugged in Downtown Calais

The Calais Downtown Revitalization Coalition (CDRC) is bringing this festive event to downtown Calais once again this fall. Two days, October 17 and 18, are scheduled, new participants have been added, and the menu has changed.

Sun
05
Oct

What is Enterovirus D68?

By: Dr. Jodi Ledford, CRMS Pediatrician

Sun
05
Oct

Washington County Sheriff's Office Report

9/10/14 to 9/16/14

Sun
05
Oct

Washington County Community Café and Meals on Wheels for October

Wed, October 1st:  Baked beans and hot dogs, whole kernel corn, wheat roll, dessert.

Thurs, October 2nd: Chef’s Choice

Fri, October 3rd: Meatloaf with creamy onion gravy, spinach mashed potato, wheat roll, dessert. 

Sun
05
Oct

Library News

What brings readers together to read the same book, attend discussions, reader’s theatre, graphic artist workshops, wizard parties and more? The Big Read!  “Travel to Earthsea with fantasy readers from Downeast Maine!  Join us for the Big Read community events built around themes from A Wizard of Earthsea, the fantasy classic by Ursula LeGuin.

Sun
05
Oct

Downeast AIDS Network

Over the weekend more than 25 people participated in the 25th annual Downeast AIDS Walk under sunny skies. The group lined up at the Grange in Machias before starting their walk. (DEAN photo)

Sun
05
Oct

74-Year Old Meddybemps Bridge to Be Replaced

By Jayna Smith

Sun
05
Oct

Quilting Show Enjoys Large Turnout

By Lura Jackson

Mary Louise Peters demonstrates the creation of a shadow quilt using patch blocks. Peters was one of fifteen Guild members that demonstrated their skills during the two-day long Quilt Show at the First Congregational Church. (Photo by Lura Jackson).

Sun
05
Oct

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

October birthstone - Opal for hope. Flower - Calendula for consistency.

October is National Kids’ Fitness month and kids all over the country will be trying their best to exercise more and stay strong and healthy.

Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Friday.

Sun
05
Oct

PAUL R. LISTER

Calais – Paul Raymond Lister, 94, passed away Sunday, September 28, 2014 at Calais Regional Hospital.  Paul was born in St. Stephen, NB, on August 9, 1920, son of the late Gregory and Ethel (Love) Lister.  He worked for Haley’s Lumber until enlisting in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941 to serve in WWII.

Sun
05
Oct

Calais High School

Dominic Gayton

Sun
05
Oct

Princeton

Elizabeth Mitchell

Guel Roberts has spent many days at Princeton Solid Waste. He retired September 28. (Submitted photo).

Sun
05
Oct

Indian Township

Donna Meader-York

Sun
05
Oct

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Greetings from “getting chillier” Meddybemps. We were blessed with summer-like temperatures most of last week.  Reality is setting in.  Although without cooler temperatures, we would not have the beautiful fall foliage.  Every season is a new adventure.

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