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Dave McCullough

 

It was good to sit with Fire Chief Gary Santerre recently and he wanted to share what is happening at the Department. The new building addition is nearly complete and he hopes to have an “Open House” soon so everyone can see the positive changes made.  Periodically fire trucks are tested for their pumping capacity and other capabilities. The Grand Lake Stream truck passed with flying colors. The test was performed in Princeton and several other departments also participated. A special thanks is extended to Scott Cooper who has donated all new LED lights and fixtures for inside the new building. On October 25 there will be a “mock emergence” held at the department as part of a training exercise and the Woodland Mill will also be a participant. Many thanks to the volunteers that help make the department a successful part of the community.

A reminder that the Pine Tree Store new hours are 7am to 7 pm. I stopped in and enjoyed friendly conversation with others as we had our coffee around the table.  A reminder that  October 12, 2016 will be the last Wednesday this year that the Town Recycling Center will be open. Saturdays will continue to be open as usual.

Here is the latest ATV Club news: October 22-Ride to the Waite General Store. Meet Sue and Al LaPlante  at the junction of 507 and the Amazon Road at 10 AM or at Chet’s Camps. Please call and let them know you are planning to ride by Wednesday, October 19 so no one is left behind. There will be lunch off the menu at the Waite General Store. We will plan to return by 2 P.M.

October Fest at Chet’s Camps 3 P.M. with a social hour and dinner at 4 P.M. 

Club will provide sausage and hot dogs. Bring a dish to share and your beverage of choice! The lodge will be open and we will have a campfire going. 

October 27-Final ATV meeting of the season 7-8 P.M. at the school building. A special thank you to all who helped make our “Tour Our Trails Dinner”  a huge success!

As of October 10, 2016 there have been 37 bear tagged at the Pine Tree Store. The largest weighed in at 338 pounds.

Your Humble Correspondent, Dave McCullough dmccull1@maine.rr.com or 207-839-4205.