Town News

Sharon Frost


The Hyssongs will be at Living Water Bible Conf. May 16 through 18 in Danforth and on May 29 at Maine Coast Baptist Church in Ellsworth, 10:30 a.m.

I love the old photos the historical society puts in our paper.  There has been so many changes, it’s unfortunate.

I was in Bangor last Tuesday so I got to enjoy supper with daughter Lisa and her hubby Greg.

The City of Calais sells enough blue bags that once a year I think they could afford a free pick-up in the city to get rid of some of the messes and eyesores.  A lot have no way of getting to the dump, no funds, no car, etc.  

The Knights of Columbus will sponsor a turkey supper with all the fixings on Thursday, May 12th at 4:30 pm.  King Dayton will assist and Tom will oversee.

Hospital volunteers are invited to stop by the classroom for an appreciation breakfast on Thursday, May 12 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

St. Anne’s served a lovely breakfast on Saturday.  A small crowd attended but it all helps out.  We got to enjoy the leftovers after Sunday’s service.  

Drop by the Calais Community Thrift store on Main Street.  It looks great and there’s something for everyone.  

A giant yard sale will be held on Saturday, May 14th at 9 a.m. at the Perry Congregational Church.

Thoughts and prayers go out to Martha McIntyre, Hazel Rowe, Eunice Dineen, Wayne Ingersoll, and Cheryl Roussel Recker.


Birthday wishes go out to Ann Brackett, Joy Lyons, Adrian Delmonaco, Debbie Hanson, David Sivret, Jim Thompson, Tammy Mitchell, Benai Parks, Tiffany Carson, Bill McVicar, Helen Brooks, Chris LeConte, Dana Trafton, Ed Arbo, Andrea Moore, and Joan McLean.