June 2017

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Thu
08
Jun

Woodland Rec. Summer Day Camp

 

The Woodland Recreation Dept. is proud to announce its 2017 summer day Camp program. The day  camp will begin on Monday, June 19 at 9:00 am / 3:30 pm. The day camp program will be held at the 

Thu
08
Jun

Woodland Rec. Dept. Calendar

 

All outside Program / Activities are subject to change due to weather conditions.

WED.  JUNE 7:

2:30 pm: ELEM. SOFTBALL; AGES 9 / 12; WES FIELD

5:00 pm: RIPKEN BB AT EDMONDS

6:30 pm: EXERCISE / AEROBICS, WES GYM

THURS. JUNE 8:

Thu
08
Jun

“Mystic Memories”

The Pembroke Library will bring a taste of Mystic Seaport to Downeast Maine on Wednesday evening, June 21st, when it presents “Mystic Memories” – Songs & Yarns from the Mystic Seaport Sea Music Festival.

Thu
08
Jun

Person on the Street – Baileyville School Consolidation

Photo: Jenny: “They should build a new one. My kids are grown, but listening to people around here, I think they should. My son-in-law’s mother was principal and she thinks it would be a good idea.”

By Lura Jackson

Thu
08
Jun

Woodland High School Graduation

As parents and friends gathered on the floor of Woodland High School Auditorium, 32 seniors impatiently waited for Patsy Hansen to play the familiar cords of “Pomp and Circumstance.”

Thu
08
Jun

Class of 2017 Graduates from Calais High School

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
08
Jun

Woodland High Presents Scholarships to Class of 2017

By Dorothy Johnson

 

Thu
08
Jun

Community Expresses Concerns of Obstetrics Unit Closure at Vigil

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
08
Jun

Letter to the Editor - Memorial Day Remembrance

To The Editor:

Thu
08
Jun

Letter to the Editor

To The Editor: 

Response to the article on Calais regional Hospital having their decision to close the OB unit which was discussed and voted on by the Calais City Council.

Thu
08
Jun

Letter to the Editor

To The Editor:

I wish to express my frustration and my conclusions after being completely unappreciated by WalMart in Calais, Maine.

They not only discount our entire Canadian bill, but now they have come up with this ludicrous policy of not even accepting Canadian change. Well there's a fine thank you for our business.

Thu
08
Jun

Letter to the Editor

To The Editor:

Thu
08
Jun

Painted Rocks Phenomenon Captivates Eastport Area

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
08
Jun

CHS Class Night

Senior Kianna Pike delivered the address to underclassmen at Friday Night's Calais Night at Calais High School's Class Night. Among other pieces of advice to the Underclassmen Pike encouraged them to listen to and respect their teachers. 

Thu
08
Jun

ACTION SHOTS OF SHEAD TIGERETTES SOFTBALL

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