November 2017

Calais News

Sharon Frost



Read! Read! Read! November 15th is National Young Reader Day, so read a book, a play, a poem or the newspaper.

20th annual craft fair will be on Saturday, November 20th at St. Stephen Legion. 8 - 1 U.S.


Douglas O. Wardwell passed away on November 4, 2017 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Born in St. Stephen, NB, Canada, he was the husband of Julie (Crabb) Wardwell and the late Jane Wardwell, and son of the late Owen and Arlene Wardwell. 


Pembroke - Joshua David Rice, 42, of Pembroke, passed away suddenly on November 5, 2017 at his home. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, August 29, 1975 with his twin sister Alicia. He was the son of Brian and Marion Rice of Baileyville.

Portraits of Local Sports Champions by Paul Redding

The Calais Advertiser is proud to present an ongoing series of hand-drawn portraits of local notable sports athletes. Each of the portraits will be hand drawn by Paul Redding of Calais. Redding, who is self-taught, has previously served as the artist for the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. He now offers custom portraits of people and animals by request. 


Harold Roy Wilson, Jr., 57, passed away on November 13, 2017 after being diagnosed with bone cancer on October 27, 2017.

Harold was born in Dayton. Maine on October 12, 1960, son of the late Harold Roy Wilson, Sr. and Patricia Havener. 

CHS High Honors List

Cassidy Carr, Devon Carrier, Dylan Carrier, Joshua Cline, Tyler Devine, Piper Donovan, Alexis Doten, Emily Doten, Natsuki Fukui, Hannah Gadway, Lainey Johnson, Kelsey LaCoote, Mackenzie LaPointe, Jarrod McDonald, Hope McGlaughlin, Ivy McLellan, Sophia McVicar, Gavin Parks, Lacey Porter, Ethan Pratt, Kyle Richard, Kale Sapiel, Twyla Smiley, Ernest Smith, Skylar Smith, Elizabeth Train

Creating a Pet Arrangement

So many of us are proud pet parents. We pamper them, lavish them with lots of food, love, toys, even clothes and carrying cases. But have we thought about what happens to them if something should happen to us that inhibits or even stops us from being there to take care of them?