June 2015

Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

Emma Kneeland’s grandson, Scott Pottle and his wife Corry, are on their way home to Alexander from Savannah, Georgia for a week’s visit.  Scott is the son of Emma’s daughter, Kim Pottle.

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

The Bees Are Back!! ... not in an Alfred Hitchcock sense.  This is good news.  As everyone probably already knows, bee hives in fields are a sign that it’s time to pollenate blueberry plants.  It is also a sign that warm weather should now be here to stay.

Princeton

Elizabeth Mitchell

Here’s a nice personal touch for the column from Penny Braley. She was in this past week and shares the wonderful 

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Greetings from “getting warmer” Meddybemps.  Seasonal residents come and go -- opening up and visiting their camps.  It is wonderful to have everyone back in their homes on the islands and around the lake.  

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

Congratulations to all the graduates. Go forward, you are all special. Within every experience lie infinite possibilities.

Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

Congratulations to ALL the graduating seniors from the area.  I am hoping that folks will be sharing more information with me about their seniors, and their seniors’ achievements and celebrations.   

Cooper

Arline Flood

454-3347

I’m typing with another typewriter, a Smith Corona, which seems to be perfect. Much thanks to the generous lady from the Methodist Church in Calais who had it. 

Princeton

Elizabeth Mitchell

Sharon Norman sends a reminder that the Princeton Farmers’ Market starts for the 5th season on Thurs. June 4 from 3:30-6:00.

Caught You Being Good!

Students at Woodland Elementary School participated in the Caught You Being Good Program during the school year. The Caught Being Good program encourages students to make good choices throughout the school day and throughout the school environment.

 

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